Anna  McClung

37Anna McClung


Gate City, Va.

High School:
Gate City

Last College:
Florida State




  • Points: 4, vs. Richmond (9/14/14)
  • Assists: 1, 6x, last at Missouri (10/18/15)
  • SOG: 3, 2x, last at Alabama (10/11/15)
  • Goals: 2, vs. Richmond (9/14/14)
  • Shots: 5, 2x, last vs. Georgia (10/2/15)
  • Minutes: 87, at Auburn (10/5/14)

AS A JUNIOR (2015)

  • TDS Team of the Week for week of Sept. 8
  • Averaged 43.56 minutes per game, scoring five goals and assisting on three in her junior season; recorded team-best 13 points
  • Assisted on amy Neal's goal (49') while playing 52 minutes at Missouri (10/18)
    • Tapped in for a goal (67') off a Mackenzie Gouner assist for her fifth goal of the season at Alabama (10/11)
    • Tied a career high in shots with five over 56 minutes vs. Georgia (10/2)
    • Headed in her fourth goal (74') of the season vs. Belmont (9/13)
    • Scored on a breakaway in the 71st minute vs. Murray State (9/6)
    • Scored from distance for her second goal (67') of the season in 45 minutes vs. Navy (9/4)
    • Scored the first goal (11') of Tennessee's season on a rebound off the keeper and earned an assist on Amy Neal's goal (89') in 59 minutes vs. Georgia Southern (8/23)

    AS A SOPHOMORE (2014)

    • Shot twice, one of which was on goal, in 63 minutes of action vs. No. 8 Florida in the SEC Tournament (11/5)
    • Shot twice in 29 minutes in her SEC Tournament debut vs. Alabama (11/3)
    • Shot twice, one of which was on goal, at Ole Miss (10/30)
    • Provided the assist on Creighton's goal (69') and shot twice in 33 minutes vs. No. 21 Missouri (10/26)
    • Blasted two shots-on-goal in 59 minutes of action at No. 8 Florida (10/24)
    • Shot twice, one of which was on-goal, in 60 minutes of play vs. Vanderbilt (10/19)
    • Shot three times in 68 minutes of action vs. LSU (10/17)
    • Shot twice in a career-high 87 minutes of action at Auburn (10/5)
    • Shot once in 44 minutes at No. 20 Georgia (10/3)
    • Scored (13') from the edge of the 18-yard box and had another shot-on-goal in 45 minutes of play vs. Mississippi State (9/28)
    • Shot three times, one of which were on goal, in 75 minutes vs. Alabama (9/26)
    • Shot five times, three of which were on goal, in 50 minutes at ETSU (9/21)
    • Posted one shot-on-goal over 75 minutes in the conference opener at No. 11 Texas A&M (9/18)
    • Scored two goals, one (7') hitting the far post and the game-winning other (52') just inside the far post, in 56 minutes of action vs. Richmond (9/14)
    • Shot three times, two of which were on goal, in 66 minutes of action vs. Tulsa (9/7)
    • Had one shot-on-goal during 57 minutes of play at Western Kentucky (9/5)
    • Shot four times, two of which were on goal, in 74 minutes of action vs. No. 23 BYU (8/29)
    • Put one shot on goal in 66 minutes of action at Wisconsin (8/24)
    • Saw 45 minutes of action, recorded one assist and shot once in her Vol debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22)


    • Made 25 appearances with one start, two goals and four points in her one season at Florida State
    • Tallied over 500 minutes on the pitch in 2013 recording over 10 minutes a game 20 times
    • Saw action in all three matches of the ACC Tournament in FSU's run to its 2013 ACC Championship and national runner-up finish
    • Played a season-high 40 minutes in a win over Pittsburgh (10/13)
    • Found the back of the net against Pitt in the 40th minute breaking a scoreless tie to register her first career game-winning goal. FSU won, 4-0.
    • Also recorded a season-high four shots vs. Pitt
    • Earned her first collegiate start at Syracuse (10/10) playing 28 minutes and registering a shot
    • First collegiate goal came against Miami (9/26) scoring in the 38th minute to give FSU a three-goal advantage en route to a 4-0 victory
    • Made her college debut in the 2013 FSU season opener against Oregon State (8/23) and played 19 minutes


    • Member of the U.S. U-18 Women's National Team (2011-12)
    • 2013 U.S. U-20 Women's National Team Player Pool


    • Was one of the nation's elite recruits coming out of high school in 2013 - was rated as the nation's No. 3 overall recruit and No. 1 forward in 2013 by Top Drawer Soccer
    • Was also in the Player Pool for the U.S. U20 Women's National Team
    • Named a 2012 NSCAA High School All-American and a 2011 ESPN RISE First team All-American
    • Was a three-time first-team all-state honoree (2010-12) and a two-time Gatorade Player of the Year (2011, 2012)
    • Holds the Virginia high school records in career goals (215), goals in a season (88), career points (462), points in a season (192) and career hat tricks (33)
    • Led the nation in goals in 2012, scoring 88. McClung was also fourth in the nation in 2011 with 62 goals and second in 2010 with 65 scores
    • Was district and region player of the year in 2010 and 2012 and the Virginia high school player of the year in 2012
    • Led Gate City to district and regional titles from 2010-12
    • Played club ball for Brentwood and GSA


    • Recipient of Wayne Basler Women's Soccer Endowed Scholarship
    • Plans to major in public relations
    • Hopes to become an event planner
    • Aspires to one day play for the U.S. Women's National team and play professionally
    • Biggest thrill: wearing the U.S. crest and starting for the U.S. 18-8 National Team
    • Made Dean's List at Florida State and graduated ninth in her class (and in three and a half years) at Gate City
    • Was Gate City homecoming queen in 2012 and also won American Character Award, Ms. Gate City High School and Ms. Senior Gate City High School in 2013
    • Chose Tennessee over Ole Miss, Alabama and Kentucky
    • Says her dad is her biggest sports influence because he helped her become the player and person she is today
    • Favorite soccer player growing up was Mia Hamm
    • Another of her favorite athletes was Michael Jordan
    • Favorite band is Lady Antebellum
    • Always puts on her left shoe/cleat on first
    • Parents are Marcus and Lenoir McClung
    • Mother Virginia is a professor at the University of Tennessee and Dean of the Communications Department
    • Has one younger sibling, Mac McClung
    • Anna Kay McClung was born on Nov. 9, 1994, in Kingsport, Tenn.


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