|Laura Skridulis - 19
2004: Played in 13 games while starting in one ... tallied one assist for a total of one point for the season ... her assist came in UAB's 8-0 win over Houston in C-USA play ... earned her third varsity letter.
2003: Started two matches for the Blazers and played in a total of 11 games on the season ... accumulated 301 minutes of playing time and attempted two shots, both of which were on goal ... received a prestigious Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Medal for maintaining above a 3.75 grade point average during the academic year ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... earned her second varsity letter.
2002: Played a total of 259 minutes in 10 games as a freshman ... tallied an assist against Jackson State (Oct. 25) ... named to the prestigious Conference USA Honor Roll ... earned her first varsity letter.
High School: Played all four seasons for the Patriots ... her team won four area championships and advanced to the quarterfinal round during the 2001 season ... earned all-metro honors and was named a four-time Best Defensive Player ... three-time all-state player ... named both the team captain and Most Valuable Player in 2002 ... named to the Lakeshore All-Tournament team as a senior ... member of the National Honor Society, the Spanish Honor Society and the Art Honor Societies ... winner of the Jane Knight Academic Scholarship ... also the team captain for her club team, the Huntsville Lady Kicks ... played under the tutelage of head coach Jason Lockhart ... the Huntsville Lady Kicks won the Alabama state championship and finished as the runner-up team in the regional.
Personal: Full name is Laura Kristin Skridulis ... born March 26, 1984 ... daughter of David and Rosemary Skridulis ... has one younger sister, Amy ... majoring in accounting.