#8 Audrey Nonemaker


Hometown Roxbury, N.J.
High School Roxbury

Coach Coveleskie:
‘We really look forward to Audrey providing leadership to our young defense. She is always rock solid, very rarely makes mistakes, always works hard and is technically sound.’

As a junior (2006):
Played in all 21 games with 11 starts as a defender …took one shot.

As a sophomore (2005):
Earned more playing time in 2005, playing in five games and taking one shot.

As a freshman (2004):
Played in three games in her first season as a Commodore… Named to the All-Freshmen SEC Academic Honor Roll.

High School/Club:
Lettered and started four years for coach Justin Renna… As a captain in 2002 and 2003, she led the Gaels to consecutive conference titles and the 2003 county and state section championships… In 2003, she was named first team All-Conference, first team All-County, All-State by the NJGSCA, first team All-State by the Associated Press, second team All-State by the Daily Record and Morris County Player of the Year following her 2003 season… Earned first team All-Conference, first team All-County, All-State by the NJGSCA, Roxbury HS Hardest Worker Award and team MVP in 2002… Honorable mention All-County, All-State by NJGSCA and the Coach[apos]s Award in 2001… Also lettered four years in basketball, one in softball and one in track… Member of National Honor Society and the Spanish Honors Society… Earned the Renaissance Academic Achievement Award in 2001, 2002 and 2003.

Worth Noting:
Audrey Leigh Nonemaker… Born on Dec. 18, 1985 in Denville, N.J…. Daughter of Karl and Judy Nonemaker… Her older brother, Karl played baseball at Vanderbilt from 1999-2002 and is the Commodores all-time career hits leader. He is currently an assistant coach with the Auburn baseball team… Majoring in Human and Organizational Development and minoring in Spanish.