11 Ronee Farrell
Ronee Farrell



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Shifted back to forward after drawing time in the midfield last year ... coming off impressive spring campaign adding scoring punch up front ... expected to receive a heavy amount of playing time behind senior-laden group this fall ... has played in all but two matches first two seasons ... type of athlete who makes immediate impact when inserted into the game ... will provide offensive spark ... very creative with the ball ... will have opportunity to showcase talents in that area of the field this fall ... physical presence and strong one-on-one abilities makes it tough for opposing teams ... key player in Army's success this year ... two-year letterwinner.

2004: Saw reserve action throughout the season appearing in 18 matches ... played key role in Army's 3-1 victory over Air Force scoring back-to-back goals staking Black Knights to a 2-0 lead ... opened scoring with first career tally, a 40-yard blast, just prior to halftime break ... notched second goal early in the second half for what proved to be first career game winner ... assisted early in the season on insurance marker in 2-0 blanking of Manhattan ... ripped off 11 shots with four multiple efforts ... drew action in six of seven Patriot League matches.

2003: Appeared in all 19 matches up front ... one of just 10 players to draw that workload ... drew reserve duty in first 13 games ... registered first collegiate assist in season opener versus Gardner-Webb... set up game winner that lifted Army to 2-1 victory in opening round of High Point Classic ... earned first career nod with lead cast against Bucknell in the first of five straight Patriot League starts ... drew backup role in final non-league match against Cornell before return to starting rotation for the season's final four games ... finished among Army's leaders with 19 shots ... six were multiple efforts ... recorded game-high four in home league win over Lehigh.

High School: Forward who lettered in soccer at Centreville High School in Clifton, Va. ... led team to Virginia AAA District title in 2001 and a contender again in 2003 ... twice chosen for all-district honors ... helped the Vista Fire Stars club team to five Virginia State Cup titles and National Championship Final Four last year ... USYSA Region I champion in 2002 after reaching the semifinals the previous year ... 2001 WAGS Tournament "Cup Flight" champions ... member of the Virginia State ODP Team ... also lettered in track and field ... served as team captain of both the track and soccer squads ... school's scholar-athlete winner last year

Personal: Given name is Ronee Leigh Farrell ... born Oct. 4, 1985 ... parents' names are Patrick and Rickye Farrell ... father served in the Army, retiring with rank of major ... older sister Randee (USMA '02) is a second lieutenant in U.S. Army and served as a team captain her senior year ... majoring in Leadership.

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