Ole Miss Will Play Two Of Its Final Three SEC Games At Home
2011 (SENIOR SEASON): Team captain ... Named to the All-SEC Second Team ... Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week on October 24 ... Started all 19 games ... Scored two goals on the year in wins over Alabama and Vanderbilt ... Ended the season with 11 shots ... Started every game of her career (80) and ended her career fifth all-time in games started ... Helped anchor a defense that posted seven shutouts during the season ... Finished the season second on the team in minutes played (1,657).
2010 (JUNIOR SEASON): Preseason All-SEC selection ... Team captain ... Anchored a defense that recorded six shutouts during the season ... Started and played in all 20 games ... Played full games in 19 of the 20 matches she played in ... Took eight shots during the season with four being on goal ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll, the UMAA Honor Roll in the Fall.
2009 (SOPHOMORE SEASON): Started all 21 matches at center back ... Anchored a Rebel defense that ranked second in the SEC and 17th in the nation with a 0.64 goals-against average ... Ranked fourth on the team with 1,892 minutes played (out of a possible 1,958) ... Played the full match 17 times, including all 11 league contests ... Recorded an assist against ETSU ... Named to the Ole Miss Nike Invitational All-Tournament team for her role in a pair of shutout wins over Morehead State and Jackson State ... Attempted seven shots on the season, including four on-goal ... CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI third team selection ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... UMAA Honor Roll for Fall, Dean's Honor Roll for Spring.
2008 (FRESHMAN SEASON): Started all 20 matches as a center back ... Scored her only goal of the season in a 2-2 tie at SMU ... Sat out for just six minutes the entire season, ranking second on the team with 1,888 minutes played ... Recorded nine shots, three on-goal, for the season ... SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... Made Chancellor's Honor Roll for Spring.
HIGH SCHOOL: NSCAA High School All-American as a senior at Indian Hills High School in Cincinnati ... City and League Player of the Year ... MVP of the Senior All-Star Game ... Two-time All-State honoree and four-time All-League pick as a midfielder ... Helped team to three district championships and a regional title ... Among school's all-time career leaders with 59 goals and 37 assists, including 21 goals and 16 assists as a senior ... Team captain ... Four-year Cincinnati Hills League Scholar-Athlete.
ODP: Member of the Ohio South ODP team ... Selected to the 1990 Region II pool. CLUB TEAM: Team captain of Ohio Elite club team that has been ranked as high as No. 1 in the country by NationalSoccerRanking.com and GotSoccer.com ... Teamed with fellow Rebel Alix Hildal to help Ohio Elite to a National Championship runner-up finish in 2009 ... Helped club to seven straight state championships and an additional third-place finish at nationals in 2008.
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 14, 1990 ... Full name is Meredith Anne Snow ... Daughter of Tom and Maria Snow ... Majoring in Speech Pathology.
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