Mainstay in Army's backfield despite battling injures throughout career ... coming off solid and productive spring campaign in making strong bid to regain starting position as an outside back ... hard luck athlete who appeared headed for that goal before being struck with another injury ... competitive player ... solid defender who can lead the attack from the back ... physically strong player who is good passer and strong in the air ... three-year letterwinner with one year of eligibility remaining.
2004: Played in 15 games, drawing starting nod in six ... two of the starts were against Patriot League opponents including 1-0 blanking of Navy that snapped Mids eight-match unbeaten string versus Army ... also drew start in 3-1 win over Air Force in helping Army to first service-academy sweep since 1997 ... involved in all three shutouts ... played in all seven Patriot League matches, helping Army to 3-1-3 mark along with earning berth to conference tournament for third straight year ... finished with season-high seven shots, including pair of multiple efforts.
2003: Appeared in 14 of 19 games with starts in 11 ... still able to be productive despite fighting through injuries the entire year ... opened season as a back and also drew time as defensive midfielder ... in starting cast in first four games of season before having 21-game starting string, dating back to 2002, snapped when injured at the Military Academies Classic ... missed the next five matches before returning to the lineup ... played in the final 10 games with starts in all but one ... lone assist of season and second in career recorded against Bucknell in a Patriot League match.
2002: Drew starting duty in all 17 appearances ... just one of three freshmen to start every game ... earned first collegiate point assisting on teammate Delaney Brown's insurance goal in 8-0 blanking of Manhattan in home debut ... registered a pair of shots, both in Patriot League action ... first came in 2-0 victory over Lehigh and second against Colgate in opening round of the league tournament hosted by the Black Knights.
High School: Four-year defender at Parkway Central High in Chesterfield, Mo. ... closed out senior year with several honors in being tabbed all-state, all-conference and all-metro selection, along with receiving the sportsmanship award ... went out with a flourish recording a season high 22 assists for the second highest mark in school history ... named team MVP for second time in three years ... twice serve as team captain ... also named the school's female athlete of the year ... earned all-conference accolades her senior season ... three-time all-region selection ... four-year Olympic Development Program member ... played six years on the Busch soccer club, helping the squad to the State Cup title and Region II crown the spring of 2002 ... fourth straight year her club won the Cup championship ... also earned letters in basketball and cross country.
Personal: Given name is Sarah Elizabeth Dreyfus ... born Sept. 7, 1983 ... parents' names are Rick and Cynthia Dreyfus ... majoring in Sociology.