AS A SENIOR (2011): Played 1448 of 2020 possible minutes and started all 18 matches she participated in as one of the cornerstones in the Tennessee midfield in 2011...Was on the pitch for 63 minutes during her final match as a Lady Vol in NCAA Tournament action against Ohio State (11/12)...Was credited with a pair of shots in UT's 2-1 victory over Kentucky (11/2) at the SEC Tournament...Played all 90 minutes of the "Senior Day" win over #22 Auburn (10/23) and the 2-0 victory at Georgia (10/29)...Was credited with a pair of shots, including one on frame, in the 1-0 victory at Vanderbilt (10/16)...Returned from injury to start during the thrilling, 4-3 (OT) rally past Ole Miss (10/7), earning her only assist of the season on the very first corner she delivered as Amy Harrison scored via header at the far post at 58:27 to cut UT's deficit to 3-1...Played 73 minutes in her return from injury versus Ole Miss and 70 minutes in a starting role against Mississippi State (10/9)...Suffered a sprained left ankle in training and missed the first four league contests against South Carolina (9/23), #6 Florida (9/25), at LSU (9/30) and at Arkansas (10/2)...Continued to serve this season as the primary free kick/corner kick taker for the Lady Vols...Recorded with her first three shots of the season in 72 total minutes of action during the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16).
AS A JUNIOR (2010): Started 19 of UT's 20 matches in the midfield...As the squad's primary corner/free kick taker, Shore led the Lady Vols with five assists to go along with a goal on 16 shots (four on frame)...Played every possible minute during the 1-0 (OT) loss to LSU (11/4) in the SEC Tournament quarterfinal and in the 2-1 win over Georgia (10/29)...Recorded her fifth helper of the season on Tanya Emerson's "golden goal" at 96:27 of the first overtime during UT's 1-0 (OT) win at Auburn (10/21)...After receiving a pass from Emerson, delivered a perfect ball over the Mississippi State backline to Caroline Brown allowing her the chance to tally the "golden goal" at 102:22 to top the Bulldogs...Delivered another perfect cross off a corner to the back post (for her third assist) where Kylie Bono headed it home at 82:04 to top Vanderbilt (10/1), 1-0...Picked up her second helper over a two-match stretch by taking the corner that led to Bono's tying score at 16:41 during the 2-1 win over Arkansas (9/24)...Was credited with an assist on Bono's opening goal at 17:48 of the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)...Scored her first career goal via a penalty kick at 61:03 of the match at #1 North Carolina (9/4) while playing 29 minutes as a midfield substitute.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Started 14 of 19 matches played in 2009, and drew time in all 11 Southeastern Conference matches...Tallied the first assist and point of her career at UT...Played 101 minutes in UT's 1-0 (2OT) loss to #10 Florida (11/4) in the SEC Tournament...Started in the midfield and played the entire match at Alabama (10/25)...Recorded a shot while playing all 90 minutes in the midfield against Auburn (10/22)...One of five Lady Vols to play all 200 possible minutes against #11 Florida (10/16) and #5 South Carolina (10/18)...Started and fired three shots during the 3-0 rout of Mississippi State (10/9)...Credited with a pair of shots as a substitute against Arkansas (9/25)...Started in the midfield against Memphis (9/11) and subbed in and directed two shots against Western Carolina (9/13)...Saw action as a substitute during the 0-0 (2OT) tie at #19 Minnesota (9/4)...Drew a starting nod in the midfield against Arizona State (8/28) and entered the contest as head coach Angela Kelly's initial sub in the 1-0 defeat to Pepperdine (8/30)...Shore recorded the first point of her Lady Vol career by assisting on Mick Imgram's first goal against ETSU (8/22)...On a cross from the left side by Emily Dowd, Shore managed to get a quick foot on the ball helping settle it to Imgram who then scored the game's initial goal...Received her second consecutive Academic All-SEC selection.
AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Saw time in 19 matches as a rookie, making nine starts...Made her first appearance in the 5-0 win over Chattanooga in the opener...Earned her initial start at UC Santa Barbara, playing 77 minutes...Served as a key reserve on the backline that posted six shutouts and a 1.23 goals against average...Started seven conference matches...Notched all five of her shots during SEC play...Started in the first round of the SEC Tournament against Auburn...Made her NCAA Tournament debut against Charlotte, notching 21 minutes as a substitute.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Spent four years as a captain of the varsity squad at Oak Hall School in Gainesville...Helped the Lady Eagles capture three district championships...Earned the Gainesville Sun Player of the Year Award each year from 2005-07...Scored in every game for Oak Hall during her junior season...Finished her career with 133 goals and 79 assists...Scored five goals in a game as a senior in 2007...Began her club career with the Gainesville Hotshots, serving as a captain for five seasons...Later played with the Countryside Premier Under-17 squad that made the regional finals in 2006-07... Has played with the IMG Academy club team since 2007...Helped IMG to the 2007 Region III Premier League Championship and the 2008 Disney Showcase title...Participated in the ODP regional pool in 2006 and 2007...Member of the ODP state team from 2002-07...Led the Florida '90 team to the regional title and a spot in ODP National Championships in 2006...Also earned a varsity letter in track as a junior...Was on Oak Hall's honor roll in her final two years there.
PERSONAL: Majoring in political science at UT...Played alongside fellow Lady Vols Chelsea Hatcher and Emily Dowd with IMG Academy...Enjoys fishing and all other water activities...Will face off against former teammates Kayla Grimsley and Lauren Hyden (South Carolina) as well as Lindsay Williams and Lindsay Thompson (Florida) during the SEC season...Chose Tennessee over Florida and Florida State...Has one older sister, Ashley Jones, 31, and one older brother, Danny, 25...Emily Anne Shore was born April 12, 1990, in Gainesville...Daughter of Fred and Kelly Shore.