Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Mike Welsh FCUSA Philadelphia 2003 Girls Black Broomall PA
High School Tim Leyland
Position
Primary Position Goalkeeper
Athlete
YC RC GS GP
Career - - 83 89
Season - - 41 42
goalie
SO SAVES S% GAA GA
Career 37 419 0.863 0.85 66
Season 14 254 0.861 0.98 41
team
Wins Ties Losses
Career 34 8 8
Season 34 8 8
Physical Attributes
Foot
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Soccer Honors
  • FCUSA Club Team June, 2017 to present: Posted 30 shutouts, 86% save average. Team Achievements: WAGS Undefeated Champs, conceded no goals; EDP Top Division 2018 Spring and 2017 Fall Undefeated League Champions; 2017 WAGS (1st flight) and Bethesda (2nd flight) 2017 semi-finalists; Champions at FCUSA Girls Showcase (playing up an age group); Participated in Gothia Cup in Sweden in July, 2018 (largest youth soccer tournament in the world). Placed top 16 out of 118 teams.

  • Spring-Ford High School (Fall, 2017 and 2018) - Personal: Starting Varsity Freshman and Sophomore Goalkeeper. Posted 18 shutouts in 2 seasons. 2018 Player to watch; Team Achievements: 2018 PA-10 Finalist; PIAA District 1 4A Finalist; PIAA State 4A Quarterfinalist; Ranked as a National High School FAB 50 High School Team on Top Drawer Soccer (during Fall, 2017).

  • ODP First Team (2016, 2017) - only Goalkeeper selected for First team in 2016. In 480 minutes of play, let just 2 goals in (one of which was a penalty kick) for a 0.33 Goals Against Average and Save percentage of 90.9% (20 saves). Played internationally in Barcelona, Spain.

Soccer Additional

All "Career" Statistics are for 2017 Fall season and onward, the start of my freshman year of high school. The stats section is my combined performance on the Spring-Ford Area Varsity High School Team and FCUSA 2003 Girls Black Club Team.

Academics


GPA
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SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Spring-Ford Senior High School
School City
Royersford
School State
PA
Guidance Counselor
Michael Rhodes
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
680
School Size
2400
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
4A
Major Category
Physical Sciences
Major
Chemistry, General
Major Category
Social Sciences and History
Major
Geography
Major Category
Undecided
Major
Undecided
Other Academic Information
Current Classes (Sophomore): -AP Human Geography -AP Earth Science -Honors Chemistry -Honors English -Honors PreCalc/Trig -Spanish III Achieved Distinguished Honors and cumulative 96.5% GPA House Advisor: 1 of 12 students of 650 students appointed to SFAHS House Advisory Committee. National Honor Society Candidate Treasurer, SNAP (post-prom party planning committee) Varsity Winter Track
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Personal


First Name
Riley
Last Name
Wallace
Address
City
State
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Email
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Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
F
Height
5'8"
Weight
130
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

Vertical Jump: 22 inches
20-Yard Pro Agility Shuttle (5-10-5 Agility Shuttle) Time: R: 4.72s, L 4.94s
Mile time: 6:40.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I would love to play soccer at a school where I can be academically challenged and pursue my interests in a career in the sciences. I am particularly interested in public health, math, and chemistry and potentially, becoming an aviator pilot I hope that my soccer skills can help me to get into my strong academic college and allow me to continue my career as a goalkeeper.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

As a goalkeeper on the field, I enjoy leading my team by being their "eyes in the back of their head." I can prevent plays from developing by telling players where to cover before there is a threat on goal. Off the field, I enjoy leading by helping younger karate athletes with their forms and kata. I am a well-decorated 2nd degree black belt in Tang Soo Do and have been practicing nearly 10 years, so I am able to help them to develop their skills as well.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

For me, healthy athletic performance requires making sure that I get good grades, get the sleep I need, and occasionally take breaks from soccer by doing other things I enjoy, such as participating in Varsity track, rock climbing, hiking, kayaking, strength and conditioning training, and reading. I also enjoy nutrition and cooking. It is important as an athlete, to have the right balance of energy and muscle-building protein in my diet. My mom and I often cook healthy meals together. One of my favorites is Moroccan chicken loaded with chickpeas and carrots, made in the pressure cooker and served with couscous.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I have been a Girl Scout for 11 years since I was in kindergarten. I am currently pursuing my Girl Scout Gold Award, which is the most prestigious award in Girl Scouts. My service project for my gold award is creating resources to teach others about self defense. This project is something I am very familiar with as I have my 2nd degree black belt in Tang So Doo, so I thought it would be invaluable to share my expertise in this area with others so they know how to protect themselves as well. Additionally, I also enjoy helping out at our local food pantry, The Daily Bread, with my mom. I really enjoy volunteering and spending time with friends while helping others. It is very rewarding to me to be able to help others within my community.

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