- height 5-3
- class Senior
Lipka on Ramsey: “Elizabeth came back from injury to have a great season last year. Now healthy, she should have a great senior year. I believe she can be the SEC Player of the Year.”
General: All-America candidate and the leader of UK’s senior trio of forwards.
2002: Started all 20 games for UK in the attack… Named first-team All-SEC and SEC All-Tournament… First-team All-Great Lakes Region selection by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America… Recognized by Soccer Buzz as a second-team All-Great Lakes performer… Also earned a place on the SEC Academic Honor Roll… Led the team in scoring with six goals and eight assists for 20 points… Scored UK’s only goal in a 1-0 win over No. 23 Illinois… Came back in the next match against No. 24 BYU to tally both goals in UK’s 2-0 victory… Scored the first goal and assisted on the gamewinner in the conference opener against Vanderbilt… Assisted on freshman Kristin Jedlo’s game-winning goal against Arizona… Tallied the gamewinner and assisted on an insurance goal in UK’s 3-0 victory over Florida… Two assists to advance Cats past third-seeded Ole Miss at the SEC Tournament.
2001: Redshirt season… Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2000: Named second-team All-SEC… Selected to SEC All-Tournament team… Moved up to second on UK’s all-time career list for assists with 21… Recorded nine goals and 10 assists for 28 points … Took 45 shots… Second on UK’s all-time list for individual single season assists with 10 and fourth on the list for points with 28… Finished fifth in the SEC in assists for the season… Scored three game-winning goals… Recorded the game-winner against Ohio for UK’s 100th win (9/10)… Had a goal or an assist in 10 straight games.
1999: Had an outstanding freshman season, starting all 21 games for the Wildcats… Shattered the UK single-season record for assists with 11… Added six goals, three of which were game-winners, and totaled 23 points… Took 41 shots… Broke the UK record for assists in a single game with three in UK’s 4-1 upset win over 12th-ranked Georgia… Scored her first collegiate goal on Sept. 5 against eighth-ranked Nebraska… Scored both goals, including the game-winner in the first overtime of UK’s 2-1 victory at South Carolina… Goal in the 17th minute of the game against Florida on Sept. 10 marked the first time that the Gators had been scored on and marked the first time UF had trailed in their five games since the season began… Tallied a goal and/or an assist in five straight games… Scored the game-winner and notched an assist in the Cats’ 3-0 win over Dayton… Scored the game-winner and tallied two assists as UK defeated LSU 6-1.
Pre-College: Four-year letter winner at Hilliard Darby High School… First-team All-OCC in 1996 and 1997… First-team All-District in 1996 and 1997… Named second-team All-State in 1997 and third-team All-State in 1996… Selected High School Athlete of the Week in 1997… Scored 43 goals and had 50 assists during high school career… Club team Ohio Premier won the State Cup in 1997 and 1998… Team was a Regional finalist in 1998 and a Regional semi-finalist in 1997… Member of the Olympic Development Program Regional Team from 1995-98… Lettered three years in basketball at Hilliard Darby… Selected third-team All-OCC in 1998… Achieved honor roll status 1996-99… Received National Student-Athlete Award.
Personal: Full name is Elizabeth Ann Ramsey… Born Sept. 21, 1981… Parents are Roger and Linda Ramsey… Lists winning the State Cup, 7-1, against their rival team in 1998 as her most memorable moment in sports… Chose UK because it is close to home, the soccer program is good, and it has a good academic program… Chose the Wildcats over Ohio State, Connecticut, George Mason and Clemson… Hobbies include hanging out with friends and helping with youth soccer teams and camps.