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Angie Loy

Angie Loy

  • Sport: Olympic Field Hockey
  • Nation: United States of America
  • DOB: April 23, 1982
  • Position: Forward
  • Height: 5-foot-10
  • College: Old Dominion '05
  • College Career: 2000 - Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year. ... Scored 18 goals and three assists. ... NCAA National Championship team. ... 2001 - Second Team All-Regional. ... First Team All-CAA. ... National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Academic Team. ... Scored 10 goals and seven assists. ... 2002 - NFHCA First Team All-American. ... NFHCA All-Academic. ... All-CAA First Team. ... First Team All-Regional. ...Scored 25 goals. ... 2003 - NFHCA First Team All-America. ... First Team All-South Region. ... CAA Player of the Year. ... CAA Tournament MVP. ... Led team with 24 goals including six game-winners. ... Ranked second in nation in points (69) and assists (21). ... Finished career with 77 goals.
  • International Career: 2003 - Named to the U.S. National Team. ... 2004 - Member U.S. National Team. ... Earned first career cap against Ireland (1/14/04). ... Scored first and second career goals against Canada (1/24/04). ... Participated on Olympic qualifier and Pan American Cup Teams. ... Scored three goals at Pan Am Cup, including two goals in a 9-0 win over Trinidad & Tobago. ... 2005 - Named to U.S. National Team. ... Participated Argentina Three Nations Tournament, where U.S. placed second. ... 2006 - Member U.S. National team. ... Participated in Argentina Four Nations Tournament, where U.S. placed fourth. ... Helped U.S. place fourth at World Cup qualifying tournament. ... Scored game-winning goal in a 2-1 win over Argentina at the AstroTurf March on Madrid for the first U.S. win over its South American rivals since 1991. ... Participated in World Cup in Madrid, where U.S. placed sixth. ... Scored World Cup goal against South Africa in 3-1 USA win. ... 2007 - Participated in Chile Four Nations Team Champions, where U.S. finished first. ... Participated in Pan American Games Team, where U.S. placed second. ... 2008 - Participated in Argentina Four Nations Tournament, where U.S. placed third.
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