2001: Senior began her career at NC State and after being away from the game, returned to the pitch as a senior for the Seminoles. Gallo appeared in 11 matches for Florida State before suffering a possible season-ending injury in a training session. She provided key depth for FSU up front and seemed to be on the verge of making a statistical impact before fracturing her leg. Recorded her first point as a Seminole by assisting on FSU’s second goal in a 5-0 win over the Golden Knights. She then put together three strong games in a row, which almost culminated in her first FSU goal in front of her hometown crowd at FIU. The senior just missed tallying her first goal on two separate occasions versus the Golden Panthers. Gallo will continue to rehab and could return depending on how long the Seminoles are able to extend their season.
At NC State: Appeared in 18 games for the Wolfpack as a freshman…led the team in 1997 with five assists…had her best game of the season against the Seminoles when she recorded three assists in the second half to lead NC State past FSU 4-1.
High School: All-state for four years and first-team as a junior and senior…named first team all-county for four years by the Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel…a five-year starter and three-time team MVP at St. Andrew’s School…set school record with 50 goals as a senior and 130 for her career…had 19 assists her senior season as she led St Andrew’s School to a berth in the quarterfinals of the state playoffs…as a junior, scored 33 goals and recorded 17 assists in leading St. Andrew’s to its first state playoff appearance in several years…served as team captain as a junior and senior. Club: Won the U-19 Florida State Championship with the Tampa Bay Heather…won state title in 1997 and 1998 with the Coral Spring Blitz.
ODP Experience: Four-time member of the Florida state Olympic development program.
Club: Won the U-19 Florida State Championship with the Tampa Bay Heather...won state title in 1997 and 1998 with the Coral Spring Blitz.
Personal: Played club soccer with current Seminole junior Cindy Schofield…excelled in slow-pitch softball and cross-country while at St. Andrews...Born October 21, 1978.