Sanz will compete for her home country; open event against the United States
2015 (Junior) Provided depth and a steady presence on the outside of defense … made eight appearances and five starts during the season.
2014 (Sophomore) A member of the U-21 Costa Rican National Team that played in the World Cup in 2014 ... because of her time with the Costa Rican National team, Sanz missed preseason training with Alabama ... after starting defender Molly Moroney suffered a season-ending injury, Sanz proviced a steady presence off the bench on the defensive side of the ball ... played in 11 matches for the season ... collected an assist vs. Alabama State (Sep. 21).
2013 (Freshman) Named to SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll ... played 14 games and started the last 13 matches of the season ... played every minute in eight of the 13 matches she started ... recorded her only point of the season with an assist in 5-2 win vs. Tennessee (Sept. 29) ... made her first collegiate start vs. Memphis (Sept. 13) ... made her collegiate debut in 2-1 overtime win against Georgia State (Aug. 30) ... named to the 20-player Costa Rica National Team roster for the 2014 CONCACAF Women's Under-20 World Championship ... started every game in the back line for her country during that tournament, including facing the United States in the tournament opener, which took place in George Town, Cayman Islands.
International Became the third member of the Alabama women’s soccer team to be selected to represent her country on the national level this year, as the Crimson Tide junior was called in to the Costa Rican National Team for its match vs. Team USA on in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as part of the U.S National Team’s 2015 Victory Tour ... saw just over ten minutes of action in Costa Rica's match vs. Team USA.
High School and Personal Data A member of the Costa Rican Women's National Team, with her first appearance coming against the United States in September 2012 ... also a member of Costa Rica's 2010 U-17 World Cup team ... attended Chaparral High School and played under head coach Maury Cauchon ... team defensive MVP in 2011 and 2012 ... named a scholar-athlete for three consecutive years (2010-12) ... also participated in track and field ... an exceptional student who received the AP Scholar with Honors, AP Excellence Award, AP Human Geography Award, and Academic Excellence Award twice ... played club soccer for Legends FC under head coach Josh Hodges ... helped lead Legends to runner-up finish at USYS U-17 National Championship, after winning the U-17 Far West Regional League championship ... daughter of William and Cindy Sanz ... major at Alabama is chemistry pre-health ... was accepted to the Honors College and is a UA Scholar.