2009 (Senior Season): Sat out the season with a knee injury.
2008 (Junior Season): Played in each and every game for the Huskies starting in 12 ... recorded a team-high six goals on the season including three game-winners ... also tacked on an assist for a team-high 13 points recorded ... scored her first goal of the season, and the game-winning double overtime goal, against Yale (Sept. 5) ... knocked in the game-winner against Providence (Sept. 19) ... recorded both of the Huskies' goals against Fairfield (Sept. 21) to help UConn to a 2-2 tie ... scored the game-winning goal against Georgetown (Nov. 2) during the BIG EAST Quarterfinal upset over the Hoyas ... netted the lone UConn goal during the BIG EAST Semifinal game against West Virginia (Nov. 7) en route to a penalty-kick victory ... for her efforts during the 2008 season, was named to the All-BIG EAST Third Team.
2007 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in all 22 games, starting 14 for UConn as a sophomore ... led team with seven goals and added two assists to finish second on the team with 16 points ... scored first goal of the season in 2-1 win over Central Connecticut (Sept. 9) ... that begun a streak where she scored a goal in four consecutive games, including games against Brown (Sept. 14), Fairfield (Sept. 16) and Providence (Sept. 21) ... scored first postseason goal against Stanford (Nov. 23) a 2-0 win in the NCAA third round ... recorded a goal against Florida State (Nov. 30) in NCAA quarterfinal round ... named to All-BIG EAST third team and NEWISA All-New England first team ... earned a spot on UConn Classic All-Tournament team.
2006 (Freshman Season): Started all 22 games for the Huskies as a true freshman ... selected to the All-BIG EAST third team ... named to the Soccer Buzz All-Freshman Fourth Team ... also named to the Soccer Buzz Northeast Region All-Freshman Team ... finished sixth on the team with nine points on three goals and three assists ... set a career-high with four points, including the game-winning goal and a season-high two assists, in the opening game of the season in UConn's 4-0 blanking of Hofstra (Aug. 25) ... scored the game-winning goal in the Huskies' 4-0 win over Providence (Sept. 15).
Before UConn: Earned three varsity letters in soccer at Ben Davis High School ... Region II ODP member ... Under-17 National team member ... was named All-America, All-City and All-Conference ... was Academic All-State ... was the offensive most valuable player ... was the team captain in 2004 and 2005 ... was a member of the Sectional Champion, Regional Champion and Conference Champion teams ... member of the Carmel Cyclones club team ... National Honor Society member ... Spanish Honor Society member ... honor roll student.
Personal: Annie Soo is the daughter of Jae and Yang Yi ... graduated with a BS in exercise science and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in physical therapy ... born February 8, 1988.
Yi's Career Statistics
Redshirted season with knee injury