Freshman (2011)...Played in seven games for the Maize and Blue ... Made her collegiate debut in the Central Michigan win (Sept. 9) ... Played in the NCAA Quarterfinal game against North Carolina (Nov. 13) ...
Prep... Graduated from Collingwood School (2011) ... Co-Captain (2011) ... Helped Collingwood to a British Columbia Provincial High School AA Championship (2010) ... First Team Provincial AA All-Star (2008, '09, '10) ... Helped Collingwood School to North Shore High School League titles (2008, '09, '10) ... Kelowna High School Pumpkin Invitational title (2010) ... Collingwood School Athlete of the Week (2010) ... Also played soccer at Collingwood (2008, '09, '10) ... Attended West Vancouver High School her freshman year ... Honor and Effort Roll (2010, '11).
Club/Junior Team... Three-year member of the B.C. Regional team ... Helped the West Van Adanacs to a championship at the U.S. Festival Under-19 Pool B (2009) ... Also won a title at the B.C. Under-18 Regional High Performance (2009) ... Won the B.C. Under-16 Provincial Club Championships (2009) ... Played in the Under-16 Disney Showcase (2008, '09) ... Played for the Skillset Selects in the U.S. Festival (2007, '08).
National/International... Was part of the Canadian Team that finished runner-up in the Junior Pan Am Games (2010) ... Played three years for the B.C. Provincial Team ... Also played in the Canada Cup for the B.C. Provincial team, helping the squad to a runner-up finish (2010) ... Was on the championship team in the 2009 Under-16 Canadian National Championships ... Played in the Under-18 Canadian National Championships in 2008.
Personal... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Born on April 27, 1993 ... Daughter of Peter and Barbara Annable.
Trombetta Named to NFCA All-America Third Team
Seven Wolverines Earn Fall Academic All-Big Ten Honors
Three Wolverines Garner All-Region Accolades
Wolverines Fall to No. 7 Virginia in NCAA First Round
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U-M Earns NCAA Tournament Bid, Will Face Virginia in First Round
U-M Drops Semifinal Heartbreaker to No. 6 PSU on Late Goal