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My name is Audrey Rush.

My name is Audrey Rush and I play for the U16 Dallas Texans ECNL soccer team. I am 15 years old and attend Reedy High School where I play varsity soccer as well as run varsity cross country and track. I play center defense and defensive midfield for both teams.

 I maintain a 5.0 GPA, and I take multiple advanced classes, while also participating in an AP GT Humanities course. While not playing soccer, I spend time with my two dogs as well as attend school events with my friends.

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Individual player information

Jersey #: 16
Height:  5’7
Position:  Defender/Midfielder
Weight: 125
GPA: 5.0
Field of Study:  Sports Medicine
Instagram:  @audreyrush2026
X: @audreyrush2026
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Fun Facts About ME

Favorite food


Favorite Animal


How do you prepare for a game?

I prepare for a game by listening to joyous music, while also figuring out my role for the game ahead.

who is your favorite artist?

My favorite artist is Zach Bryan for country, and Taylor Swift for pop.

Favorite Color


Favorite Holday & why?

My favorite holiday is Christmas because I get to celebrate Jesus as well as spend time with family.

Favorite Music

I like to listen to country and pop music.

Favorite Sports Team

US Women’s National Soccer Team

Would You Rather....

Would you rather go undefeated in the regular season or win the championship? 

I would rather win the championship then go undefeated in the regular season, because I believe that during the regular season is time to grow as an athlete and learn from your mistakes while also getting the job done during games. If our team has a few costly let ups during games, we can reflect and learn what to do different in those circumstances, in order to improve and get better so that we can win the championship.

Would you rather play an amazing game but lose or play an average game and win?

I would rather play an amazing game but lose, because I believe that my performance is what is going to make me a successful player. Also, learning from the loss will allow me to reflect on my mistakes and my successful moments in order to implement what I need to for future games.

Would you rather meet your childhood sports idol today or play your sports idol in his or her prime?

I would rather meet my sports idol today, so that I can ask them many questions regarding their career. I would ask about their high school, college, professional process. Also, I would ask for advice on how to better my game and successfully work through my career in order to be the best athlete I can be. I believe that obtaining words of wisdom from my idol would help me in the long run and be a very enjoyable experience overall.