5 - Angie Muir
Angie Muir
Height: 5-9
Year: Senior
Hometown: Carmel, Ind.
High School: Carmel
Position: M

Career: Ranks sixth all-time in career points (60) and career assists (16) while boasting the seventh-most career goals (22)...her 157 shots are also the seventh-most of any Bulldog player.

2008 - Redshirt Season: Sat out due to injury.

2007 - Junior Season: All-Horizon League First Team member...named to the CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District V Second Team...led the team and ranked third in the league with 10 goals and 26 points...her six assists also paced the squad and were tied for third in the conference...took 65 shots, the second-most in the league...four of her goals went for game-winners...one of only three players to play over 1,800 minutes and one of six to start in all 20 matches...tied the school record with three assists at Indiana State (Sept. 11)...registered both of Butler's goals in a 2-0 win against IUPUI (Oct. 23)...netted the game-winner in a 1-0 victory at Detroit (Oct. 7)...tallied the winning goal at Cleveland State on Oct. 28.

2006 - Sophomore Season: Named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District V Team and to the Academic All-Horizon League Team...team-leader with 17 points, six goals and five assists...put 28 of her 56 shots on goal (50.0 percent)...earned the starting nod in all but one of her 19 games played...played 80 or more minutes in 13 matches, including the full 110 minutes in a double-overtime match against Loyola on Sept. 29...netted the game-winning goal against Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 3 and against Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 17...registered a pair of scores against EKU...assisted on both of the Bulldogs' goals against Wright State in the first round of the Horizon League Championship.

2005 - Freshman Season: Named to the "All-Horizon League" second team and newcomer team despite missing the final eight matches of the season with a knee injury...led the team with five assists and 17 points, while her six goals tied for team-best honors...scored a goal in five straight matches, including the game-winner at Indiana State...scored at least one point during seven straight matches...took 36 shots on the season and converted her only penalty kick attempt...ranked in the top 20 nationally in scoring at the time of her injury...earned Horizon League "Player of the Week" accolades for the week of Sept. 5, in addition to a spot on the Top Drawer Soccer 17-player National Team of the Week...ranked third in the Horizon League in assists and goals and fourth in points despite seeing limited action...her 1.42 points per game led the conference.

High School: Led her Carmel High School team to the 2004 state championship, picking up Indiana Soccer Coaches Association (ISCA) "Player of the Year" and first team "All-State" honors along the way...also garnered NSCAA All-American and Academic All-American accolades...large part of Carmel squads that also won state championships in 2001, 2002 and 2003...teamed with current Bulldogs Annalise Larkin and Crystal Wright on three of those teams...member of the Carmel United club team, which capture four state championships, while the team advanced to the regional semifinals in both 2001 and 2002 and to the regional finals in 2004...her 2001 ODP team placed third nationally.

Personal: Angela Margaret Muir (Angie)...born August 12, 1986...daughter of Ed and Lynn Muir...has a younger sister, Lexi...math education major with a minor in Spanish.