8 Alli Ferreri
2005: One of just nine players in school history to score a goal in all four years of her career...Ferreri has equaled her career goal total this year with three...her six points are just one shy of the seven she accumulated through her first three seasons...became the first senior ever to score two goals on senior night...her two goals versus The Citadel marked the first multi-goal game of her career...one of just five Seminoles to record a multi-goal game this year...scored the sixth-most goals on the team...in the top eight for points scored...appeared in 13 matches and received her only start of the year versus The Citadel.
2004:Appeared in 16 of FSU's 20 games...made a career high three starts...made the first back-to-back starts of her career in ACC games versus Wake Forest and Virginia Tech...three of her four career starts have now come against ACC teams...one other start came against FIU...had one goal on the year upping her career total to three...scored FSU's fourth goal in a 5-0 win over JU...marks her third consecutive season with a goal...recorded a career high three shots on goal in 2004...was third on the team in shot percentage and among the team leaders in shot on goal percentage...in non-conference games, Ferreri had the second-best shot percentage on the team. (in the ACC) played in eight of nine ACC games and started in two...first season of her career that Ferreri started multiple ACC contests...recorded four shots and two shots on goal...one of the team leader's in shots on goal and shot on goal percentage. (ACC Tournament) came in as a substitute in the Tribe's ACC quarterfinal tie versus Clemson.
2003:Appeared in 21 games for Florida State and also registered the first start of her career...played behind starters Leah Gallegos and Julia Schnugg on the Seminole front line...scored one goal on three shots...all three of her shots came in a four game span versus Ole Miss, USF and UCF...finished second among sophomores in goals scored and third in points and game appearances. (in the ACC) made the first start of her ACC career in a huge game as she started up top on the road versus No. 4 Virginia...in her first ever ACC start the Seminoles took a 2-1 lead into the 85th minute of the game...also played in games versus Duke, Clemson and NC State. (in the NCAA) appeared in four of the Tribe's five NCAA Tournament games as the club advanced to the College Cup...one of just three subs called upon to play in the 2003 College Cup for FSU. 2002: One of FSU's top freshmen, Ferreri saw action in all 23 games in her rookie season...third amongst freshmen in goals, second in assists, third in points and shots and second in game-winning goals...one of only two freshmen to notch a goal and an assist in 2002...finished the season seventh in points, fifth in goals and third in game-winning goals. (in the ACC) made a huge impact in ACC games as she recorded all three of her points in games versus Clemson and NC State...one of just three rookies to appear in every conference game...fourth on the team in points and goals and tied for first in game-winning goals, third in assists and second in shot percentage in ACC contests. (in the NCAAs) saw action in all three of FSU's NCAA Tournament games. (2002 Highlights) assisted on Leah Gallegos' first goal versus Clemson. Gallegos went on to record a hat trick in the win...playing her first extended minutes as a striker, Ferreri had a huge game against NC State. The forward recorded her first career goal and first career game-winner.
High School: Four-year starter for St. Thomas Aquinas and member of the 1999 State Championship team and 2001 state finalists...as a senior, named first team all-county by the Miami Herald and the Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel...was named team MVP for four consecutive seasons and was a two-time all-state selection...also named first team all-county as a sophomore and junior playing at forward and sweeper.
ODP Experience: A two-time Florida State ODP player.
Club: Played with the Coral Springs Storm from 1994-1999 and with Team Boca U-17's in 2000 and 2001...in 2000, reached the South Region finals with Team Boca and was a member of the Florida State club champions in 1999 and 2000 and runners-up in 2002...was also in the state finals in 1997, 1998 and 2001.
Personal: Major is child development.