Charlotte Women's Soccer BIO
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1 Annika McHenry

2014: Named the Sept. 22 Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week … Collected the honor after not allowing a goal in each of the first two home games, against Winthrop (Sept. 17) and Davidson (Sept. 21) … Held the Eagles, a national top-five scoring offense coming into the match, off the board with two saves in 78:11 … Added five saves in a full shutout against the cross-county rival Wildcats … Only netminder to start all 18 contests … Allowed a goal or fewer in 13 matches, including a six-game September stretch from at Liberty (Sept. 4) through at FIU (Sept. 28) … Posted back-to-back clean sheets in Conference USA play at WKU (Oct. 5) and against Louisiana Tech (Oct. 10) … Kept Middle Tennessee (Oct. 30) off the board in the regular-season finale to clinch a conference tournament berth … Opened the campaign with a shutout at UNC Greensboro (Aug. 22) Recorded a career-best 12 saves against Marshall (Oct. 3) in the home league opener … Stopped 11 shots at Clemson (Sept. 7) in a double-overtime tie against the Tigers … Saw action for the full 110 minutes at Clemson and against Old Dominion (Oct. 18) … Played the full 108:51 between the pipes in the road match at Liberty.

2013: Garnered a start in four of the six matches in which she played, all against Conference USA competition … Entered the contest at FIU (Sept. 27) in relief, finishing with a season-best five saves in preserving the road shutout victory in the team’s first away league match … Added her first full blanking of the campaign the following week in a home contest against UTSA (Oct. 4) … Stopped four Roadrunners shots and contributed another four in her next outing, against Middle Tennessee (Oct. 6), in playing the full 110 minutes of the tie … Started the contest at UTEP (Oct. 11) before leaving with a season-ending injury … Recovered to serve as the team’s backup down the stretch but was not called upon.

2012: Named the Oct. 1 Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week … Picked up the award after earning three-straight victories and posting her first collegiate shutout … Concluded the week with 13 saves and just one score allowed in 274:19 in net for a 0.33 GAA and a 92.9 save percentage … Opened the week by coming on in relief in the sixth minute against Francis Marion (Sept. 25) and stopping four Patriot shots … Collected with five saves in an overtime win against VCU (Sept. 28) in her A-10 debut … Finished strong week with her first clean sheet, in conference play, against Richmond (Sept. 30) with four more stops … Ended the year with eight starts among her nine matches played, a 1.44 goals against average, 47 saves and 814:19 between the pipes … Saw her first collegiate action by playing the full 90 minutes against No. 5 Wake Forest (Aug. 26) … Posted four saves in a league road match at George Washington (Oct. 6) … Gathered a season-high nine saves at La Salle (Oct. 14), the eventual regular-season conference champion.

2011: Redshirted

High School: Named to the Top 20 Goalkeepers to Watch by TopDrawerSoccer.com … Earned an all-conference nod in 2009 … Selected to the 2007 all-state, all-region and all-conference teams … Voted her team MVP in 2009 … Participated in the Region III ODP camp … Played in the NCYSA state ODP three times … Helped CASL win two State Cups.

Personal: Born Aug. 1, 1993 … Daughter of Stanley and Rosemary McHenry … Majoring in criminal justice with a minor in American studies.
Position: Goalkeeper
Height: 5'9"
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Cary, N.C.
High School: Cary HS
Club: CASL
Experience: 3 Letters
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