As a Senior (2019)
Made a start in 22 of 23 matches … Racked up 1667 minutes played … Led the squad with 10 assists … Was one of six Razorbacks to tally double-digit points (10) on the season … Dished out two assists in the first round of the NCAA Tournament for a 3-0 win over North Texas on Nov. 15.
As a Junior at Arkansas (2018)
Played in 23 games, starting nine contests … Started seven of Arkansas’ final eight matches of the season, including both NCAA Tournament matches … Scored four goals and notched four assists for 12 points, fifth most on the team … Also had two game-winning goals, tying for the second most on the team … Game-winning goals came against Omaha (Aug. 24) and No. 21 Auburn (Oct. 21) … Secured her first career brace in the third match of the season (vs. Omaha, Aug. 24), part of a 2-0 victory … Also scored against UConn (Sept. 9) in the 38th minute to tie the match at 1-1 and eventually lead to a 3-1 Razorback win … Totaled a career-best two assists in a 4-0 SEC Tournament-opening victory over Ole Miss (Oct. 30) … Followed that up with another assist on the game-winning goal against Florida (Nov. 2) in the SEC Tournament semifinals to help Arkansas reach its third-consecutive SEC Tournament final … Played 80 or more minutes twice, including in the NCAA Tournament Second Round match against Virginia Tech (Nov. 16) … Named to SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
As a Sophomore at Baylor (2017)
Played in eight matches for the Lady Bears, starting one (at Portland – Sept. 8) … Scored one goal in 227 minutes and registered 10 shots with four on goal … Her lone score coming in the season opener against Louisiana-Lafayette (Aug. 18) … Played in two conference matches (vs. Iowa State – Sept. 24; at Oklahoma St. – Oct. 1) … Was one of 12 Baylor players to record at least one goal during the season.
As a Freshman at Baylor (2016)
Played in two matches, totaling one shot in 78 minutes played … Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection in both the fall and spring semesters … Baylor Dean’s List honoree in the spring semester.
Played defender for Dallas Sting ECNL U18 league … Helped team to No. 7 national ranking in 2015-16 … Despite injuries, played for Sting team that finished ranked No. 7 nationally in 2014-15 … Helped team end with No. 11 national ranking in 2013-14 … In first season with Sting, played on team that finished first nationally.
Played forward at Allen High School, totaling five goals and 10 assists in three seasons.
Daughter of Michael and Diana Kinsey … Sister, Chantal, plays soccer at Abilene Christian University … Health science studies pre-medical major.