21 Sarah Rosseau
2005: Rosseau appeared in 13 of Florida State's 24 games...worked herself into a more prominent role as the season moved on culminating in her first start of the year in the season finale at Clemson...started versus Clemson in the ACC Tournament as well...scored her first goal of the season and her second career goal versus The Citadel...redshirt junior cranked a shot from about 40 yards away beating the keeper for the fifth goal of the match. NCAA: Made her first ever start in an NCAA Tournament game versus Illinois...started as FSU's holding midfielder in the match versus the Fighting Illini.
2004:The midfielder continued to flourish after missing her freshman season due to a back injury...a physical presence for the Tribe who played both centrally and out wide in the midfield in 2004...set new career highs in every category including appearances, starts, goals and points... appeared in 15 games on the season and made the first six starts of her career... recorded one goal, which represented the first points of her career...had ten shots and two shots on goal during the season, which were both new career highs. (in the ACC) appeared in seven ACC games and started in four. Both career highs for the midfielder...recorded four shots during ACC play...set career highs for shots, appearances and starts. (ACC Tournament) came in as a substitute in the Tribe's ACC quarterfinal match. (NCAA Tournament) appeared in FSU's game versus BC.
2003: After missing her entire freshman season due to back surgery, Rosseau made a strong return to action as a redshirt freshman in 2003...appeared in 14 of Florida State's 26 games...played a valuable role providing depth in the Florida State midfield...recorded three shots and all came on the road at Jacksonville and at Kansas. (in the ACC) appeared in four of FSU's seven ACC contests...played in games versus Maryland, Duke, Clemson and NC State. (in the NCAA) made the first NCAA Tournament appearance of her career in FSU's 5-0 win over Dartmouth.
2002: Missed entire season as she recovered from a back injury suffered in high school.
High School: Began high school career in Pylesville, Md. before moving to Marco Island, Fla. for her junior and senior seasons...playing at St. John Neumann High School in Marco Island, voted team MVP as a senior while leading the team with 28 goals...amassed 112 goals and 78 assists in her career...as a senior, named to the All-Collier County first team and to the Lee and Collier County All-Star team...scored 56 goals as a junior and was the leading scorer in Collier County... named Collier County Girls Soccer Player of the Year...playing in Maryland, captained her team to second-place in districts and led all high school goal scorers as a sophomore...named first team All-County as a sophomore after leading Hartford County with 23 goals and leading her team to a regional championship...also a two-year letterwinner in lacrosse.
ODP Experience: Spent the 2000 and 2002 seasons with the Florida State ODP team.
Club: Played club soccer with the BFC Blast in Maryland...won the 1999 U-16 Pepsi Challenge, Division II Championship at WAGS and Baltimore Metro League...after moving to Florida, was a member of the Ft. Myers Cyclones who won the 2001 Orange Classic and Premier League Championships with the U-18's and were runners-up at the 2001 Atlanta Cup.
Personal: A Florida Bright Future Scholar and a four-year honor roll student ...awarded English Honors of Distinction in 2002...won the Outstanding Achievement Award in Honors English IV...major is math education...member of FCA and Varsity Clubs.