2015: Started 17 of the 18 games in which she played … Was a member of the opening lineup for nine of 10 league contests … Notched her first career assist in the Conference USA opener against UAB (Sept. 25) for her only point … Recorded both of her shots in non-conference action, at Winthrop (Sept. 2) and against East Carolina (Sept. 13) … Fired her attempt at Winthrop on goal … Played at least 90 minutes in 13 matches … Never stepped off the field in the double-overtime contest at UTSA (Oct. 25) … Saw time in every minute of each of her league starts, the final nine matches of the campaign.
2014: Started six of her 15 games played … Opened the season with starts at UNC Greensboro (Aug. 22) and at Coastal Carolina (Aug. 29), while ending the year with a spot in the starting 11 against Middle Tennessee (Oct. 30) in the regular-season finale and against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 5) in the Conference USA Quarterfinals … Added a starting role at Clemson (Sept. 7) and at WKU (Oct. 5) … Registered five shots, including three on goal … Tallied her only multi-shot performance in the regular-season finale against Middle Tennessee with both attempts on goal … Collected her only other shot on goal at Liberty (Sept. 4) … Posted attempts against Winthrop (Sept. 17) in the home opener and in league play against Louisiana Tech (Oct. 10).
2013: Earned a start in six of the 16 matches in which she played … Four of her starts came against Conference USA competition, including the league tournament semifinal versus North Texas (Nov. 8) … Stepped onto the field as a member of the first 11 for the first time against Gardner-Webb (Aug. 27) … Scored her only goal on her only shot against College of Charleston (Sept. 20) … Recorded a half-dozen shots, splitting them evenly between non-conference and league foes … Launched two attempts each against Gardner-Webb and at UTEP (Oct. 11).
High School: Picked to the all-region squad as a senior … Selected as a Tri-9 all-conference performer in 2013 … Honored as her high school’s 2012 Defensive Player of the Year … Helped guide program to conference championships in 2009 and 2010 … Served as captain for her high school and club teams in 2012-13 … Earned CAP 7 academic all-conference accolades … Member of the 2012 SYL national finalists and 2011 region championship club teams … Program ranked as high as No. 5 in the state and No. 34 nationally … Crowned the DECA district winner … Member of the A/B Honor Roll all four years … Maintained a 3.75 GPA all throughout high school … Volunteered with the SPCA of Wake County.
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