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HALLIE MEADOWS | WOMEN'S SOCCER

HALLIE MEADOWS | WOMEN'S SOCCER

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Hallie Meadows bio from GamecocksOnline.com:

AWARDS: 
Freshman Season (2020-21)
· SEC Academic Honor Roll 

2020-21: Was in the starting lineup in 13 of the 14 matches she played in her first season with Carolina… Made her collegiate debut in the starting lineup against Georgia, playing 81 minutes in the 1-0 loss… Registered one assist during the season, aiding on the game-winning goal against Florida in a 4-2 win over the Gators at Stone Stadium… Played all 90 minutes or more in six matches during the season including 270 straight minutes during the final stretch of the SEC season in the fall… In her SEC Tournament debut was forced out of the match with multiple stitches above her eye and returned for the SEC Tournament semifinals two days later and played 84 minutes for the Garnet and Black… Helped the Gamecocks post a goals against average of 0.87, allowing 14 total goals and totaling six clean sheets as a member of the back line…

PRE COLLEGE: Three-star prospect according to TopDrawerSoccer.com… Club was consistently ranked in top five nationally in goals against average… Aided her club’s defense that had 36 clean sheets during four seasons
• Won ECNL 2016-17 Southeastern Conference… Reached ECNL Final Four in 2016-17 with club squad… Four-year starter at center back, playing in 103 matches as team captain… Unanimous First Team All-Metro in ninth grade, Second Team All-State and finished with 17 career high school goals and eight assists… Second Team All-Metro in eighth grade, team MVP, Offensive MVP and started all 20 matches… Earned varsity letters in soccer as an eighth and ninth grader before committing to club team in final three seasons of high school.

PERSONAL: Father Adam was a four-year University of Georgia football letterman (1992-96) and was named First Team All-SEC and the second-round draft pick for the Indianapolis Colts in 1996 before playing nine years in the NFL as an offensive lineman… Mother Courtney was a student worker under current Senior Associate Athletic Director of Sports Communications Claude Felton at the University of Georgia, serving as the women’s soccer Sports Information Contact in 1995 and 1996… Was a member of the National Honor Society and was a 4.0 GPA honor student… Intends to major in pre-med and has aspirations to become a pediatric orthopedic surgeon
• Has three siblings Mimi, Ella and Stephen… Daughter of Courtney and Adam Meadows.
 
Chose the University of South Carolina because: ” One of my first unofficial visits was to South Carolina, and the coaching staff and the players set such a high standard that I couldn’t stop thinking about Columbia on all my other visits. I could tell right away that they hold each other accountable every day, believe in team-first soccer, and treat each other like family. I watched a lot of soccer games from a lot of different conferences when I was deciding, too, and paid attention to how the coaches coached, how the team played and adjusted and treated each other, and I loved everything I saw and learned about the program. I wanted to play for a program that had the highest goals but focused on one game at a time and doing little things the right way, and it didn’t take very long talking to the coaches and players for me to know this was it. Plus, throw in playing at home in the best college atmosphere. I was 100 percent sold and committed before Nationals of my freshman year. I never once thought about any place else again and everything I have seen or heard or experienced since has confirms it.”

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