#11 Brooke Pirkle

MF | Jr. | 5-11 | Cumming, Ga. | West Forsythe HS | United Futbol Academy

As a Sophomore (2018)
Played in 19 matches, including seven conference matches … Started two matches (vs. Duquesne – Aug. 17; at Alabama – Sept. 23) … Logged a career-high 480 minutes, scoring once for two points … Lone goal came in a 4-0 victory vs. Kentucky (Oct. 11) in the 71st minute off a turnover at midfield … Also took 14 corner kicks, tying for sixth on the team … Played a career-high 72 minutes in the season-opener against Duquesne … Also played 62 minutes and logged one shot in the four-goal victory over Little Rock (Nov. 9) in the NCAA Tournament First Round … Named to SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll, majoring in Kinesiology: Exercise Science.

As a Freshman (2017)
Played in 15 matches, starting two (vs. Abilene Christian – Aug. 27; vs. Miss. Valley St. – Sept. 3) … Logged 402 minutes, scoring twice and notching one assist for five points … Totaled 11 shots, five on goal for a .455 shot on goal percentage … The 11 shots were fifth-most among all Arkansas freshmen … Was one of four freshmen with two or more goals during the season … Scored both goals in an 11-0 shutout of Mississippi Valley State (Sept. 3) in the 67th and 73rd minute … Played 62 minutes in both starts, a season-high, and totaled four shots in each contest.

Club/ODP
Participated in the U.S. Soccer Federation National Training Center from 2014-2016 … Georgia Olympic Development Program (2012-2014) … Played with the Atlanta Silverbacks women’s semi-professional team from 2015-2016 … United Futbol Academy U12-U18 team captain … Won 2016 U.S. Youth Soccer Georgia State Cup Championship with UFA; tournament runners-up in 2013 and 2014, and final four appearance in 2015 … Semifinalist at 2014 and 2016 Southern Regionals.

High School
A four-year varsity starter with West Forsyth High, she led the school to its first Class 6A state championship appearance in program history in 2016 … Three-time All-Region and All-County team selections during her freshman to junior years (2014, 15, 16) … West Forsyth High MVP during her junior year (2016) and selected ‘Most Athletic Female’ during her senior year (2017).