Sydney Arnold

Teams: Washington Spirit Reserves 2017
Position: Forward
Hometown: Stafford, VA
Height: 5-3
College: Marshall University
Last Club: Marshall University

Marshall University

2016 (SENIOR): Named to the Conference USA first team … her three-time All-Conference USA selections are a program best … named to the NSCAA Division I All-Central Region second team … she became the earn the honor twice since Amanda McMahon (2000-01) did so … finished her career tied for No. 4 in career goals (18), No. 3 in career assists (16), No. 4 in career points (50), No. 6 in game-winning goals (five), No. 3 in matches played (77), No. 2 in matches started (76) and over 4,900 minutes played … No. 1 on the team in assists (six), shots (43) and shots on goal (21) … tied for No. 1 in points (16) … scored in three straight matches (Sept. 2-9) … collected at least one point in five of the first six matches … grabbed at least one point in eight of the first 10 games in the 2016 season … scored the game-winning goal vs. Charlotte (Oct. 28) … her goal against vs. IUPUI (Sept. 2) was the game-tying goal and helped Marshall earn its first tie of the season … scored vs. ETSU (Sept. 4) … scored the game-opening goal at Ohio (Sept. 9) … scored a goal at Florida Atlantic (Oct. 16) … collected her first point and assist of the season at Purdue (Aug. 19) … collected an assist at Michigan (Aug. 21) … grabbed an assist at William & Mary (Sept. 18) … collected an assist at North Texas (Sept. 22) … her assist at Southern Miss (Sept. 25) helped the Herd earn its first point in C-USA play … took four shots in each of the first three games of the season (Aug. 19-26) … had a team-high four shots vs. UAB (Oct. 7) … took a team-high four shots vs. UTEP (Oct. 20).

2015 (JUNIOR): NSCAA All-Central Region second team … Back-to-back All-Conference USA second team selection … first Marshall women’s soccer player to earn two C-USA weekly honors in the same season (Aug. 31, Sept. 21) … leads the team with career-highs of 23 points, nine goals and five assists … nine goals this season ranks tied for second place in Herd history … has three multi-goal matches this year: IUPUI (Aug. 28), Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 7) and Louisiana Tech (Nov. 4) … career-high five points (2g, 1a) in the Herd’s 5-1 defeat of Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 7) … tied for first on the team with four game-winners … has started all but one match since the beginning of her freshman season in 2013 … tied for fourth place in the Herd record book with 11 career assists … named to C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

2014 (SOPHOMORE): Named to the All-Conference USA Second Team … started all 19 matches for Marshall … second on the team with career-high nine points on three goals and three assists … runner-up on the team with three assists … scored the 2-1 game-winning goal against Appalachian State (Sept. 7) and contributed goals against Eastern Illinois (Aug. 29) and FIU (Oct. 30) … second on the Herd with three assists … named to C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

2013 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in all 20 matches, starting all but one … scored her first career goal in the 3-0 victory against Kent State (Aug. 25) … tied for most assists on the team with three … fourth on the team with five points … made assists versus Campbell (Aug. 23), Miami (Ohio) (Sept. 22), and Charlotte (Nov. 6) … took 23 shots, seven on-goal for a .304 shots-on-goal percentage.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Colonial Forge High School … named captain for her senior season … broke the CFHS career goals record with 78 … broke the single season scoring record during her junior season at CFHS with 28 goals … CFHS 2013 Most Outstanding Female Athlete … 2012 and 2013 CFHS Soccer Most Valuable Player … 2010 Colonial Forge Soccer Rookie of the Year … State Final Four 2013 … 2010 and 2012 Commonwealth District Champions … All-Commonwealth District first team 2010, 2012, 2013 … All-Northwest Region first team (2012, 2013), second team (2010) … All-State second team (2013), honorable mention (2012) … Free Lance-Star All-Area Athlete first team 2010, 2012, 2013 … Free Lance-Star All-Area Player of the Year 2013 … Washington Post All-Metro honorable mention 2012 … ODP District and State 2010, 2011 … ENCL – selected for 2013 Player Development for Mid-Atlantic Region … also lettered in basketball and track.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Randy and Rachel Arnold … father, Randy, played football at Abilene Christian University … has a younger brother, RJ … enjoys cooking as a hobby … major is business.

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