22 Toby Ranck
2005: Played in 16 matches including three starting assignments...one of four players who has shared time at the right midfield spot...had one goal and one assist on the year...both came in the first three games of the season...her assist was a huge one as she brought FSU level with Loyola Marymount with under one minute remaining on the clock in a game won by FSU in overtime...goal came in the next game as part of a seven goal barrage versus Jacksonville. (in the ACC) appeared in eight ACC games...made two starts...recorded three shots and no points... served as a key contributor backing up Libby Gianeskis as a member of the FSU midfield.
2004:Appeared in 20 games and made nine starts...more than quadrupled her starts from the two she made her freshman year...set new career highs for goals, assists, shots and shots on goal... recorded her first career goal against Jacksonville in a 5-0 win...recorded both of her assists in ACC play (Virginia Tech and NC State)...had four points on the year, which was the sixth-most on the team... ranked among the team leaders in points, goals, assists, shots, shots on goal and shot percentage. (in the ACC) Appeared in all nine ACC games and started in four ...led the team with two assists in ACC play...her assist versus Virginia Tech was the first game-winning assist of her career ...only one Seminole since 2002 recorded more assists in conference play than Ranck did in 2004...record five shots in ACC play. (in the ACC Tournament) started up top for the Seminoles in the ACC quarterfinal game versus Clemson... recorded one shot in the game. (in the NCAA Tournament) came in as a sub in FSU's tie versus Boston College in the opening round of the NCAA's.
2003: Appeared in 22 games and made two starts in 2003...one of FSU's top reserves in 2003...as a reserve in 2003, Ranck started versus NCAA Tournament team Kansas and in the Sweet 16 at West Virginia...she was one of four freshman to start in the WVU match...recorded five shots and two shots on goal last season. (in the ACC) appeared in six of FSU's seven conference games in 2003... Maryland was the only opponent Ranck did not face in her inaugural campaign...ap-peared in two of FSU's three games at the ACC Championships as the Seminoles advanced to the finals for the second time in three years. (in the NCAA) appeared in her first NCAA Tournament as she saw time during FSU's win over Ivy League champion Dartmouth...got her first career start against West Virginia and registered the first shot in NCAA play of her career.
ODP Experience: Attended nation-al team camp in 2001...regional team member from 2001 to 2003...seven-year ODP member.
HIGH SCHOOL: First team All-State and 1st team All-Southern Pennsylvania in 2002...team captain...All-Mainline and Delaware County (Delco) MVP 2002... shared Delco MVP honors with fellow FSU commitment Kelly Rowland...2002 1st Team All-Inquirer and All-Delco...2nd team All-Delco and "road-runner" team in 2001 ...1999 Pennsylvania State Champions... 2000 Central League Champions...a three-sport star in soccer, track and lacrosse... qualified for nationals in the distance medley relay in 2001 and was an All-American...named track's most valuable freshman...state qualifier in 4x800m, 400m and 4x400m...four-year varsity lacrosse letter-winner...state champions in 1999, 2000 and 2001.
CLUB: Member of FC Delco...three-time state champions...two-time Columbia Invitational Winner...participated in WAGS, Disney Showcase and Texas Shootout among others.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Richard and Brooke Ranck...2000 and 2001 Academic All-American... major is social science.