|Parents:||Andrew & Lisa Sherr|
Sherr made an immediate impact on the team during his freshman season, playing in 19 games and making 18 starts, while logging 1,752 minutes, the second-highest total in school history. He scored a goal in his first collegiate game, forcing a 1-1 tie with Brewton-Parker College and earning a spot on the Sonny Carter Invitational All-Tournament Team. Sherr also scored during a 4-0 win over Spalding University on September 7th, and assisted on a goal during a 5-0 win at Birmingham-Southern College on September 20th. The defender was a key player for an Emory backline that recorded six shutouts and a 1.34 goals-against average during the year, limiting opposing teams to 9.65 shots and 4.55 shots on goal per game. Sherr ended the year with 26 shots, 12 of which were on goal.
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|2012||Sonny Carter Invitational All-Tournament Team|
Prior to Emory:
Played for the Roslyn High School soccer team for four seasons, serving as the team captain in 2010 and 2011... Earned all-county honors in 2010 and 2011, and all-conference honors in 2009... Scored 10 goals and assisted on three others during his senior year, and notched a career-best 16 goals and five assists in 2010... Was coached by Juan Mejia in high school... Played club soccer for the Met Oval Developmental Academy from 2010-12, where he was coached by Peter Hulse... Also bowled in high school.
Born Novemeber 17, 1994... Was a scholar-athlete all four years in high school.
Why he chose Emory:
"Emory has a great soccer program with great academics, and an unbelievable undergraduate business school."