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27   Brittney Marriott
Brittney Marriott

Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
Melbourne, Fla.

High School:
Satellite

Last College:
University of Florida

Height:
5-7

Position:
Forward


2006 - Saw action in five games as a red-shirt freshman...recorded her first collegiate goal in an NCAA Tournament contest against Jacksonville...finished the season with two points, on a goal, and four shots including two shots on goal...appeared in both games against JU while registering playing time against Duke and Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament in Cary, N.C....2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT - Started and played the entire second half of FSU's first round victory over Jacksonville en route to playing a season-high 54 minutes...scored a goal against the Dolphins, an unassisted tally in the 48th minute of action, to push Florida State's lead to 5-0...posted season-highs in minutes played, goals and shots versus JU.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA - Underwent three surgeries to repair a meniscus tear in the summer of 2005 and did not appear in any matches.

HIGH SCHOOL - Soccer Buzz Top 100 recruit...member of the Satellite High School team that won the 2002 and 2003 Florida Class 5A State Championships, runner-up in 2004 and reached the semifinals in 2005...2005 Florida Today Girls Soccer Player of the Year...Florida Sports Writers Association All-State first team selection in 2004 and 2005...other high school honors include Team Offensive MVP (2004), Florida All-Space Coast Team (2002-2004), Rookie of the Year (2001), and Orlando Sentinel Player of the Year (2004)...scored 104 goals during her high school career...coached by Fitzgerald Haig at Satellite High School.

CLUB - Three-year member of the Olympic Development Program (ODP)...Florida State "A" team selection from 2001-04...member of Region III team in 2003-04...played forward and also appeared at left outside midfield for three years with the Indialantic Force where she was also coached by Fitzgerald Haig...won a State Championship with Indialantic Force in 2002 and was runner-up in 2003, 2004, 2005...earned Michelle Akers Classic All-Tournament first team honors (2003-2005).

PERSONAL - Daughter of Chris and Kimberly Marriott...majoring in psychology...family is from Manitoba, Canada.

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