Played in 14 games during the season, missed four due to injury ... second on the team in total points (eight) ... third on the team in goals (three) and tied for second on the team in assists (two) ... led the Jackrabbits in shots (34) and shots on goal (19) ... tallied two game-winning goals (Drake 9/13 & Northern Iowa 9/15) ... named to The Summit League Academic Honor Roll and The Summit League’s Distinguished Scholars List
Played all 17 games, started 16 for the Jacks ... led the team in points (19), goals (8), shots (39), shots on goal (29), shots on goal percent (.744) and game-winning goals (3) ... tied-for-second in assists (3) ... scored three game-winning goals in must-win, back-to-back-to-back games versus Kansas City (1-0), versus South Dakota (1-0) and at Omaha (6-1) ... first player in school history to score three-straight game-winning goals ... scored first SDSU hat-trick since 2004 in 6-1 win at Omaha ... 10 points in a three-game span are the most in a three-game span since 2003 ... Eight goals are the most in a single season since2008 ... scored 12 of her 19 points in the final five regular season games ... The Summit League Freshman of the Year ... first Jackrabbit soccer player to be named Newcomer/Freshman of the Year ... All-Summit League first team honoree ... first freshman to earn first-team honors ... All-Summit League freshmen team ... named Offensive Player of the Week for her performance Oct. 26 ... named Female Athlete of the Month for October ... named to The Summit League Academic Honor Roll
Member of the Colorado Arsenal (2004-2011) ... Colorado Arsenal Team Captain (2007, 2011) ... Colorado ODP State Team / Region IV Camp (2010) ... Colorado ODP State Pool (2008-2009) ... CSYSA League Champions (2009) ... State Cup Semifinalist (2009, 2011) ... State Cup Quarterfinalist (2010) ... Varsity starter (2009-2012) ... Team Captain (2011-2012) ... Four-year letterwinner ... All-Conference Second Team (2009-2011) ... Academic All-State First Team (2010-2012)
"I chose SDSU because of the opportunity to pursue my academic interests in biology, while also playing on a quality Division I soccer team. When I first visited SDSU, I saw that the soccer coaches and team were very friendly, welcoming, and dedicated, showing me that this would be a great place for me to play college soccer. In addition, the professors and administrators I talked to during my campus visits made me excited for my future at SDSU."