The Bolles School
She is the team’s first Scholar All-American selection since 2010
Amack named to All-Southeast Region first team, Charley to second team
Vanderbilt finishes the season with the most wins since 2005
Friday’s match will start at 2 pm CT and be aired on SEC Network +
Her 89th minute goal gave the Dores their first NCAA win in 19 years
The Vanderbilt soccer team takes on Auburn Thursday on Senior Night.
Vanderbilt soccer team takes on No. 9 Florida Sunday afternoon at the VU Soccer Complex.
Vanderbilt faces off with Indiana Friday night on campus.
Vanderbilt soccer opened the season versus Tennessee Tech Friday night.
2017: Appeared in all 22 games and made 20 starts as a freshman forward for the Commodores... Finished the season with two goals and five assists, ranking second on the team in assists and third on the roster with nine points... Third on the team with 23 shots and fourth with 10 shots on goal... Had three assists in Vanderbilt's two NCAA Tournament matches... Started the final 18 games of the year... Assisted on Vanderbilt's lone goal in the 3-1 NCAA Second Round loss to Santa Clara on November 17... Had two assists in the Commodores' 2-1 NCAA Tournament win at Ohio State on November 10, taking the 89th minute corner kick that Stephanie Amack headed in to give Vanderbilt the lead in the school's first NCAA Tournament win since 2006... Notched her first collegiate multi-goal game with two goals at Kentucky in a 2-0 win on October 5... Had an assist in VU's 5-3 win over Missouri on September 29... Registered her first collegiate point with an assist vs. Lipscomb on September 10, setting up Jackie Welch's 89th minute goal... Returned to the starting lineup for good after two games as a reserve and played a season-high 79 minutes against Indiana on September 1... Came off the bench and took a season-high five shots at UMass on August 27... Started and made her Commodore debut in the season opener vs. Tennessee Tech on August 18, registering one shot on goal.
Personal: Began playing soccer at the age of four… played club for Eric Dade at Jacksonville Armada FC… came to Vanderbilt because, “I love the city and the school, as well as the level of intensity in both the academic and soccer programs.”… most goals scored in 2015 USYS National Championships… 2016 ENCL most assists… National Honor Society… chose Vanderbilt over Florida State, Florida, and Northwestern... plays the ukulele and hopes to major in Neuroscience.
Coach Ambrose on Leila: “Leila is one of the most technically gifted players in the class. She also competes with every ounce of her body whenever she plays the game. She has tremendous instincts and a high level of understanding of the game. With her tactical understanding, Leila is equipped to play in several attacking and defending positions. I love her intensity and competitive nature. Her Jacksonville FC team has annually been one of the strongest in the country in the age group.”