00 - Savannah Abercrombie|
|Previous School:||El Camino HS|
| 110, 2x - Last vs. Northern Colo., 10/16/11
||110, 10x - Last vs. Northern Colo., 10/16/11
| 6 - Last vs. Northern Colo., 10/16/11
|29 - First vs. Iona, 9/21/08
| 8, at Eastern Wash., 10/9/11
||11, Twice - Last at Stanford, 11/12/10
| 20, vs. Idaho State, 10/20/11
| 42, at Stanford, 11/12/10
AS A SENIOR (2011)
A second team all-Big Sky Conference selection in her final season...added to her school and conference record with another six shutouts in her senior season, giving her 29 for her career...tallied a 1.24 goals against average while making 70 saves in 17 games...played every minute of every game for the second straight season...made season-high eight saves at Eastern Washington in a 1-0 victory...recorded shutouts against The Master's College, San Francisco, San Jose State, Montana, EWU and Northern Colorado...recorded five or more saves in seven games...allowed more than two goals on just four occassions...played 1592:35 minutes.
AS A JUNIOR (2010)
Became the Big Sky Conference’s all-time leader with 23 career shutouts, which is also a school record...posted six shutouts in the regular season and notched her seventh of the season in Sacramento State’s 1-0 victory over Northern Arizona in the Big Sky Conference championship game...made five saves in the title game, including two crucial stops in the final minutes to preserve the victory...named to the Big Sky all-tournament team for her efforts...also earned second team all-Big Sky Conference honors after the regular season...out-dueled first-team all-conference keeper Tori Rocke in the tournament title game...made career-high 11 saves in 3-0 loss to No. 1 ranked Stanford in the first-round of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championships...snagged 82 saves on the season to go with a 1.17 goals against average in 1,851 minutes played, a new career high...her goals against average ranked fourth in the conference and her save total also placed her fourth in the league...her seven shutouts tied for the fourth most in school history for a single season...earned all nine of the Hornets’ wins while playing every minute of every game.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2009)
Started all 18 matches in goal for the Hornets...earned second team all-Big Sky Conference honors after posting eight shutouts and a goals against average of 0.70...ranked in the top 40 in the nation in goals against and save percentage (.852)...collected 75 saves...became the first Hornet ever to earn three conference defensive player of the week honors in a season...earned the honor twice in a row after collecting a career-high 11 saves in the Hornets’ 1-0 upset victory over No. 10 Cal...h.career 0.69 goals against average ranks number one in program history...is the only goalkeeper in school history with an under one goal a game average.
AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2008)
Appeared in 13 matches, starting the final 12 in goal...collected a 7-4-1 record in those final 12 matches...posted a school-record 0.68 goals against average while producing eight shutouts, which were the second most in a single season in school history...the eight shutouts also rank fifth on the team’s career charts...stopped 55 shots on the season.
AS A FRESHMAN (2007)
Redshirted the season.
A 2007 graduate of El Camino HS in Sacramento, Calif...two-year striker for the Eagles in women’s soccer...scored five goals and added seven assists during her senior campaign...earned second team all-Capital Athletic League honors...spent two years in goal on the boy’s soccer team at El Camino...played club ball for the Sacramento United Storm as both a striker and a goalkeeper...led Storm to the title of the Copa Catalunya Championship in Spain in 2006...scored game-winning goal and stopped three penalty kicks in goal in the title game.
Born July 15, 1989...parents are Robert & Cindy Abercrombie...major is business administration.
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