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As a Junior (2020-21)
Led all field players with 1,416 minutes for the second-straight season… Started all 16 matches in the Fall and Spring… Put away a goal in the 13th-minute at Arkansas State (Mar. 20)… Dished out an assist to Ava Tankersley for her 71st-minute goal against Missouri State (Feb. 23) to open the spring slate of matches… Played in 90+ minutes in 13 of 16 games… Member of the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll, majoring in Biochemistry… Named to the SEC Community Service Team.
As a Sophomore (2019)
Started in all 23 matches, logging 1,893 minutes on the season … Played the most minutes of any field player on the team … Named to the All-SEC Second Team and selected to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week (9/17) … Tallied three goals and an assist playing as a defender … Matched her career total with a goal in the season-opener at UNC-Greensboro (8/22) … Had an assist and goal in back-to-back conference matches at No. 18 Texas A&M and Auburn … Scored off a set play to help the Razorbacks clinch the SEC title at Tennessee on Oct. 31 … Played in 90+ minutes in 10 matches.
As a Freshman (2018)
Played in the final 14 matches of the season after returning from an injury … Started two matches, both against SEC teams (at Ole Miss – Oct. 7; vs. Auburn – Oct. 21) … Played 420 minutes, scoring one goal on seven shots, three on target (.429) … Played 286 minutes in conference play with her only goal of the year coming as a game-winner against No. 2 Texas A&M (Sept. 20) in her collegiate debut … Hunter scored in the 75th minute to give Arkansas a 3-1 lead over the Aggies … It eventually led to Arkansas’ first win over Texas A&M since 1993, snapping a 25-match losing streak … Played 60 or more minutes twice with a career-high 66 minutes coming at Florida (Oct. 25) … Named to SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll, majoring in Kinesiology: Exercise Science.
Played for Lonestar SC.
Four-sport star at Hendrickson, playing soccer, volleyball, basketball and running track and field … Named Austin American Statesman All-Central Texas Player of the Year for the 2016-17 season … No. 3 player on the FAB 50 Top High School Athletes for 2016-17 … Named 13-6A All-District and All-Region First Team in 2017 … Named to State All-Tournament Team in 2017 … Scored the game-winning goal in Class 6A semifinal of 2017 UIL soccer championships … Eventually led team to Class 6A state title … Named academic all-district in 2015, 2016, and 2017.