Bri Ned on the uniform: "Wearing the Stanford uniform means giving it all every time you step on the field so that you walk away knowing that you couldn't have done anything more to improve your game on that particular day."
As a Junior in 2007: Appeared in all 17 games, starting 15 of them ... Finished third on the team with 19 ground balls ... Won five draw controls and caused four turnovers on the season ... Assisted on a goal in Stanford's 22-7 victory over St. Mary's (2/16/07) ... Earned MPSF All-Academic honors.
As a Sophomore in 2006: Named to the All-MPSF team for the first time in her career...An MPSF All-Academic selection...Started all 18 games for the Cardinal in her second year on the Farm...Led Stanford defenders with 13 caused turnovers...Also collected 16 ground balls and won eight draw controls...Scored first two goals of her career in season-opener against Oregon...Won two draw controls against Loyola, including the most crucial draw of the match with the score knotted at 12 and the clock winding down...Named to the MPSF All-Tournament Team for her defensive performance in the Cardinal championship run.
As a Freshman in 2005: Started and played in all 18 games for the Cardinal...Recorded one assist, 27 ground balls, four draw controls and 10 caused turnovers...Collected a team-high three ground balls against Cal.
High School: Graduated from Severn School...Earned three letters in lacrosse and four letters in soccer...Served as captain of lacrosse team...Named first team All-County as a senior and second team All-County as a junior...Received Academic All-American honors as a junior and senior...Was named IAAM first team, first team All-County, Washington Post Athlete of the Week, and Academic All-American following her senior year...Was named second team All-County and Academic All-American following her junior year...Captained high school soccer squad for two seasons...Received the Unsung Hero award as a senior...Earned numerous accolades as a soccer player, receiving Defender of the Year honors as a sophomore and MVP recognition as a freshmen and a junior...Garnered Washington Post Player of the Week honors in her senior season...Named to the first team IAAM B league All-Star and the second team All-County following her junior year...Played for the North Baltimore County Lacrosse Club and the Crofton Bulldogs club soccer team...Academically, was a member of Cum Laude Society following her senior year, member of the National Honor Society following her sophomore, junior, and senior year, and a member of the Spanish National Honors Society following her freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior year...Awarded the Smith College Award her junior year...Received Maryland Distinguished Scholar-Academic Achievement Honorable Mention, the State of Maryland Merit Scholastic Award and the Severn Athletic Award.
Personal: Born in Colorado Springs, Colo....Parents are Joe and Wanda Ned...Has an older brother named Joey and an older sister named Anapaula...Lists most exciting experience in sports as helping defeat a high school rival during her senior season...Hobbies include reading, drawing, painting, and jazz dance...Majoring in International Relations.
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