Cagle on Soldner: "Mallory was our starting goalkeeper again this past season, and did a good job for us in our first season in the ACC. In our important wins last year, Mallory came up huge. She has also developed into a nice leader for our team, both on and off the field. We will look for Mallory to improve on her consistency this fall as she defends her starting goalkeeping spot."
2004: Recorded eight saves in ACC-opening win over Maryland ... Had a season-high 10 saves against North Carolina and Virginia ... Moved into sole possession of second place for career shutouts in 1-0 win over N.C. State ... Had a shutout in Tech's first-ever postseason game, a 2-0 win over Miami in the first round of the ACC Tournament ... Moved into third place on the career saves list ... Named to the Cosida Academic All-District III second team.
2003: Earned the starting spot in fall camp and never relinquished it ... Recorded 5.5 shutouts and had a string of 383 consecutive scoreless minutes with shutouts against Miami, Marshall and James Madison ... Named BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week on Sept. 15 ... Finished the year ranked sixth in the league in saves per match (5.17) ... Had eight saves as the Hokies defeated American 3-2 in double overtime to open the new soccer stadium ... Recorded her career high with 10 saves at Villanova ... Had five or more saves in 11 matches.
High School: Earned four varsity letters as a goalkeeper playing under coach Dave Griffiths at Sacred Heart Academy ... Named to the all-state team in 2002 ... Led her team to a state runner-up finish and a No. 4 national ranking in 2002 ... Named the team MVP in 2002 and the Sacred Heart Academy Athlete of the Year for team sports in 2000, 2002 and 2003 ... Also played two years as a center on the basketball team.
Personal: Born 5/11/85 in Sacramento, Calif. ... Daughter of Karen Jordan and Ron Culler and John Soldner... Majoring in industrial and systems engineering.
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