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      Anna Bialczak
Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Lutherville, Md.

High School:
McDonogh

Height:
5-5

Position:
F/D

CAREER HIGHS
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AS A FRESHMAN (2014)

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL
  • Starred for the U.S. U-18 Women's National Team in the 10 Nations Tournament in March 2014 in La Manga, Spain

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
  • Helped lead McDonogh High School to three IAAM Championships
  • Was a NSCAA Fall High School Girls' All-American in 2012 and 2013 and was also a two-time all-state, all-conference and all-region selection
  • The Baltimore Sun named her its 2013 Player of the Year after she tallied 20 goals and 13 assists to lead McDonogh to the state title
  • Completed her four-year high school career with 55 goals and 25 assists
  • Also ran varsity winter track and played JV lacrosse at McDonogh
  • Played club ball for Maryland United FC
  • Ranked as the No. 5 Mid Atlantic player and the #45 player nationally, according to the Top Drawer Soccer IMG Academy 150
PERSONAL
  • Currently undecided on major
  • Chose Tennessee over James Madison
  • Favorite bands include O.A.R and Mumford & Sons
  • In high school, was in salsa club, step squad and FCA
  • Says her cousin is one of her biggest sports influences becuase he always attended her games and taught her new skills. Since his playing career ended, she plays for him.
  • Modeled her game after Mia Hamm early on, but currently looks up to USWNT legend Abby Wambach
  • Has a lucky hair-tie she wears every game
  • Parents are Chris and Colleen Bialczak
  • Has two younger siblings, Russell and Kate Bialczak
  • Anna Caroline Bialczak was born on March 14, 1996
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