2003: A two-year starter in 2001 and 2002 who had off-sea-son surgery and spent most of the 2003 season backing up NSCAA and SoccerBuzz all-region goal-keeper Joy McKenzie...started four games and appeared in six despite fighting chronic injuries...posted a 1.79 GAA and a .632 save percentage in over 352 minutes...currently ranks second all-time in career wins, third in career shutouts and GAA and fourth in starts and saves. (in the ACC) Made only start and appearance in a 3-2 loss to fourth-ranked Virginia...ranks first for career wins at FSU in ACC play, second in shutouts and fourth in saves. (in the NCAA) did not appear in the 2003 NCAA Tourna-ment...still leads FSU in all-time NCAA Tournament wins and shut-outs and is third in career saves. (2003 High-lights) despite the loss, played one of her best games at No. 4 Virginia. Held the Cava-liers to just one goal through the first 85 minutes. Faced a season-high 18 shots in that game and made six saves.
2002: Started every game for the Seminoles in the net...surpassed all of her numbers from a standout freshman year in 2001...recorded the fourth-most saves in a single season with 97...logged the second-most minutes ever by an FSU keeper up to that point and recorded the second-most wins...the third-lowest single season GAA ...raised her shutout total from three in 2001 to four in 2002...she was the keeper of record in every Florida State match except for a loss to LSU...just one win shy of tying the single season Seminole record. (in the ACC) her three ACC wins were the most in a season at that point in time...posted a 1.60 GAA versus all the ACC teams she faced exclud-ing North Carolina...faced 90 shots in con-ference play and had a .674 save percent-age. (in the NCAA) York continued her bril-liant NCAA Tournament play recording a 2- 1 record in FSU's run to the Sweet 16... started the 2002 tournament with the first ever shutout recorded by an FSU goalkeeper in a 2-0 win over Ole Miss...extended her shutout streak in the NCAA's to 243 min-utes dating back to 2001...shutout streak came to an end in a 2-1 win over Auburn sending FSU to the Sweet 16. (2002 High-lights) recorded the only opening day shut-out in team history as she held Oregon State scoreless for 110 minutes in a 0-0 tie...in a key ACC road game at Duke, York shut down the Blue Devil offense for 86 minutes after an early goal allowing the Tribe to tie the game and go on the first undefeated road record in ACC play in team history...had one of the best games of her career versus her home town team in College Park, MD. The sophomore shutout No. 16 Maryland at Ludwig Field, which is just 20 minutes from her childhood home. She recorded a career high 12 saves and raised her all-time record versus the Terps to 3-0...opened the NCAA Tournament by shutting out Ole Miss. It was the first solo shutout ever recorded by an FSU keeper in the NCAA Tournament...went on to record 63 more minutes of shutout soccer in a 2-1 win versus Auburn. The Ti-ger goal at 63:34 was the first she had ever allowed in an NCAA Tournament ending a 243:33 streak dating back to her freshman season.
2001: Won the starting job in the pre-season and went on to start seven games in net before injuring her knee against NC State ...posted a 7-3 record in 14 starts on her way to setting a freshman record with three shutouts...posted a 1.67 GAA in 969 min-utes while recording 54 saves and a .750 save percentage on 141 shots faced. (in the ACC) went 2-0 in three ACC appearances ...posted a stellar 1.14 GAA and a .727 save percentage...recorded one shutout in a 2-0 win over Maryland...spent almost 237 min-utes in net during her three conference games. (in the NCAA) split time in net with Ali Mims...started both games for FSU in the NCAA's...did not allow a goal in 90 minutes of action...recorded five saves and a perfect 1.000 save percentage. (2001 Highlights) recorded her first career shutout in the sec-ond game of the season as FSU defeated Loyola (Md) 2-0...had one of the biggest wins of her career as FSU upset No. 7 Clemson in South Carolina. It was the sec-ond- ever road win for the Seminoles in an ACC game...after four weeks rehabbing an injured knee, York returned to the line up versus her hometown Terrapins. With third place in the ACC and an undefeated home season on the line, York registered her first ever ACC shutout...beat the Terps for the second time in less than a week as she helped FSU pick up its first ever win at the ACC Tournament...played brilliantly in the ACC Championship semifinals versus Virginia under heavy pressure. She and Ali Mims combined on a 150-minute shutout send-ing the Tribe into its first-ever ACC Champi-onship.
HIGH SCHOOL: 2001 Gatorade High School Player of the Year in Maryland...Balti-more Sun All-Metro selection in 2001...Anne Arundel County Player of the Year 2001... Washington Post All-Metro first team 2000 and All-Metro second team 1999...posted a .920 save percentage as a senior...was the starting, and only, goalkeeper for the Severna Park High School Falcons since the first game of her freshman year...as a freshman, York was part of a team that won no titles -- county, regional or otherwise the year be-fore her arrival, and organized a defense which helped the team capture the county championship, the regional championship and reach the state semifinal game... sopho- more year, she again helped lead Severna Park to the county and regional titles and the state final...as a junior, York's Severna Park team once again captured the county title and progressed to the regional final finish-ing 19-2...in her senior season, York captained the Falcons to the county, regional and state championships in a 19-1 season ...graduated high school with a 3.25 GPA in honors and AP courses...was editor of the yearbook and a member of Young Life and Career Connections.
ODP EXPERIENCE: Member of the Maryland State Team since 1994...selected for the U-13 team as an eleven year old... participated in all regional tournaments and regional camps...consistently recognized as the top goalkeeper in the state in her age bracket...member of the Region I team since 1998...selected to participate in most inter-regional events including New Hampshire '98, Bradenton '98, Tucson '99 and Soccer-fest USA/Rhode Island 2000.
CLUB: Member of the Bethesda Fal-cons since 1995...team won eight consecu-tive state championships and won the pres-tigious Washington Area Girls Soccer League Premier and Champions Divisions multiple seasons...played for the Maryland Pride in the W-League in 2002.
PERSONAL: Trains and shows horses in jumper classes and is an avid skier...in-volved with Young Life and the FSU Catho-lic Student Union...major is exercise sci-ence.