AS A JUNIOR (2008): Finished the season as the team's third leading scorer...Notched eight points on the year and tied for the team lead with four assists...Made 18 starts in 21 games...Was on the pitch for nearly 80 percent of UT's minutes...Notched the Lady Vols' first assist of the year on Leslie Vineyard's game winner in the season-opening win over Chattanooga on Aug. 22...Earned a spot on the 2008 First Tennessee Classic All-Tournament Team, her second straight selection...Posted her first goal of the campaign on Oct. 3, in a 2-1 victory over No. 15 LSU, blasting a rocket from 25 yards on a free kick...Helped Tennessee advance in the SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala., posting the game winner against third-seeded Auburn on Nov. 5...Imgram lined up at the penalty spot in the Lady Vols' semifinal draw with No. 2-seeded LSU, converting her shot en route to UT's 4-2 advancement to the SEC Tournament final...Moved into third all-time at UT with 235 career shots...Broke into Tennessee's career top 10 in assists with 17...Enters 2009 needing just one game winner to jump into the program's top 10.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2007): Had another successful season in the central midfield...Started 21 of 22 matches...Finished the season with 15 points on four goals and seven assists, good for third on the squad...Notched three game winners on the year...Opened the season with a bang, assisting on the first and scoring the second goal in a 2-1 win over No. 7 Penn State...The victory helped the Lady Vols take the title in the First Tennessee Classic and earned Imgram a spot on the all-tournament team...Was honored for her performance with the SEC Offensive Player of the Week Award on Sept. 4...Also was named to the Soccer America, Soccer Buzz and Top Drawer Soccer Teams of the Week on Sept. 5...Assisted on Emily Redberg's game winner against Nebraska in the USC Tournament on Sept. 14...Earned a spot on the USC All-Tournament Team for her performance...Scored what became the game winner at UNC Greensboro on Sept. 21 after a late goal from the Spartans...Scored a goal and an assist in Tennessee's wins over No. 12 South Carolina and No. 15 Florida...Notched the game winner in UT's 2-0 victory over Furman in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...Assisted on the game winner in the double-overtime triumph against Clemson in the NCAA Second Round...The three points moved her into a tie for second in program history with eight points in NCAA Tournament play...Enters the 2008 season needing just three assists to break into the career top 10...Earned an honorable mention for the Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Season...Selected to the Soccer Buzz All-Central Region Third Team.
AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2006): Burst onto the soccer scene to finish second on the team in scoring with 20 points...Finished her rookie campaign tied for second in goals (7), second in shots (63) and third in shots on goal (26)...Earned a spot on the Soccer Buzz Central Region All-Freshman Team...Put two game winners in the back of the net in 2006...Scored the eventual game-winning goals in a 3-0 win over Arkansas and a 3-1 win against Georgia...Tied for the team lead with six assists...Dished out the game-winning assist against Middle Tennessee in the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic...Also assisted on Jordan Falcusan's game winner against UAB in the NCAA Tournament...Started off the scoring in a 5-2 win over Auburn in the first round of the SEC Tournament...Knocked in the insurance goal in the Lady Vols' 4-0 victory over UAB in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...Finished the NCAA postseason with one goal and three assists to her name...Earned SEC Freshman of the Week and a spot on Top Drawer Soccer's Team of the Week for Oct. 9 after scoring twice in the win over Arkansas...Started 18 of the 20 matches in which she played.
AS A FRESHMAN (2005): Missed the 2005 fall season recovering from a knee injury.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Spent four years on the varsity squad at Bishop Denis J. O'Connell H.S....The 2004 Washington Post State Player of the Year...Led her squad to three Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) Championships (2001-04) and a mythical national championship in 2004 after finishing 20-0-0 and ranked first in the NSCAA/adidas national high school poll...A three-time All-Met first-team selection by the Washington Post, a WCAC first-team choice (2001-04), the WCAC Player of the Year (2004) and the 2005 Gatorade High School Player of the Year in Virginia...Set Bishop O'Connell's single-season and career goals and assists records...With her RFC (previously Chantilly) Milan club team, she was a part of five Snickers Virginia State Cup Championships and was a two-time Snickers National Finalist (2001, 2002)...Was selected as U16 U.S. National Team All-American (2003) and NSCAA U15 National All-American...She also spent time in U.S. National Team Training (2003) in Chula Vista, Calif.
PERSONAL: Majoring in legal studies...Possesses a black belt in taekwondo...Served on the Super Dance and Cystic Fibrosis committees in high school...Lists cooking and crafts as hobbies...Her superstition is having to put her left cleat on first before every match...Has an older brother; Patrick, 24...Michelle Ashley Imgram was born Dec. 3, 1987, in Kingston, N.Y....Her parents are Richard and Mary Ann Imgram.
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