2011 (SENIOR SEASON): Played in all 19 games and started the last five games of the season ... Selected to the 2011-12 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for the University of Mississippi ... Recorded three goals during the season against The Citadel, at LSU and versus Auburn ... Added one assist in a win over Jackson State ... Took 10 shots during the year including a season-high two in a win versus Alabama.
2010 (JUNIOR SEASON): Started all 20 games in the Ole Miss midfield ... Recorded 10 shots with five being on goal ... Took a season-high two shots against McNeese State ... Played full games in 10 matches during the season ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll, and the Chancellor's Honor Roll in both the Fall and the Spring ... Recorded a 4.0 GPA in the Spring.
2009 (SOPHOMORE SEASON): Appeared in 17 matches, primarily in the midfield ... Helped an Ole Miss offense that ranked second in the SEC and 31st in the nation with 2.1 goals per game ... Collected a pair of assists on the season (vs. Morehead State and UALR) ... Attempted eight shots on the year ... Logged a season-high 60 minutes in the SEC Tournament game vs. Auburn ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Chancellor's Honor Roll for Fall and Spring.
2008 (FRESHMAN SEASON): Saw action in 15 contests, making two starts (at SMU and TCU) ... Recorded five shots, three on-goal, for the season ... Logged a season-high 65 minutes at SMU ... SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... Made UMAA Honor Roll for Fall and Chancellor's Honor Roll for Spring.
HIGH SCHOOL: Helped her Auburn High School team to a state finals appearance as a senior ... Named team MVP ... Graduated with a 4.0+ GPA ... Member of National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta, among other clubs and honor societies.
ODP: Member of the Alabama ODP team from 2002-07 ... Named to the Region III pool in 2007.
CLUB TEAM: Helped her BUSA Angels club team to five state championships, a Region III Semifinals appearance and a national ranking as high as No. 7 by soccerincollege.com ... Competed against the Mexico U-17 national team in Acapulco during the spring of 2007 and spent two weeks with the Fortuna Hjorring Club in Denmark during the summer of 2007, reaching the finals of the Dana Cup.
PERSONAL: Born Jan. 11, 1990 ... Full name is Angela Wade Strother ... Daughter of Greg and Heidi Strother ... Physics major ... Her mom ran track and cross country at Auburn University ... Enjoys scuba diving.
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