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» Ranked No. 14 on TopDrawerSoccer.com’s ‘Women’s Freshmen Top 100’ list (2016)
As a Senior (2019)
Became the school leader with 94 games played and 93 games started in her career … Ranks in the top-10 in school history in points, goals and assists … Started all 23 matches and logged 1,602 minutes … Ranked third on the team with nine goals and fourth with 22 points … Added four assists with two coming against McNeese State on Sept. 8th … Put away two goals in a win over Lamar on Sept. 5 … Tallied a goal against Florida in the SEC Tournament semifinals and was named to the SEC All-Tournament Team … Racked up four game-winners which tied for second on the team and included one against No. 22 Baylor (Sept. 12) … Played 70+ minutes in 12 matches.
As a Junior (2018)
Started all 23 matches, scoring three times and notching a career-high seven assists for 13 points … Tied for second on the team in assists and fourth in points … Five of her seven assists came in conference play … Totaled 47 shots with 18 coming on target for a .383 shot-on-goal percentage … Scored goals against No. 9 West Virginia (Aug. 19), Providence (Sept. 16) and Little Rock (Nov. 9) … Scored the only Arkansas goal in the 1-1 draw against West Virginia, scoring in the 16th minute off a counter-attack … Tied a career-high two assists in the 3-2 victory over No. 2 Texas A&M (Sept. 20), including on the game-winning goal to Bryana Hunter in the 75th minute … Played 80 or more minutes eight times, including three games with 100 or more minutes logged (at Mississippi State – Oct. 18; vs. LSU – Nov. 4; vs. Virginia Tech – Nov. 16) … Named to SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll, majoring in Marketing.
As a Sophomore (2017)
Started all 24 matches, scoring five goals and notching six assists for a career-high 16 points … Finished third on the team in goals, tied for second in assists, and second in points … Totaled 44 shots, 18 on target for a .409 shot on goal percentage … The shot total was the third highest on the team and shots on goal were fourth highest … Scored goals against No. 1 Penn State (Aug. 25), at Providence (Sept. 10), at Auburn (Oct. 5) and at NC State (Nov. 11) in the NCAA Tournament First Round … Tied a career high with two goals scored at Providence … Notched a career-high two assists in the 6-1 win over Abilene Christian (Aug. 27), both coming on goals by Parker Goins … Played 90 or more minutes 12 times during the season, including a career-high 110 minutes in a scoreless tie at Vanderbilt (Sept. 21) … Scored Arkansas’ only goal in the NCAA Tournament match at NC State, scoring on a fast break near the right post in the 81st minute … Named to SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
As a Freshman (2016)
Appeared in 24 games with 23 starts … Collected six goals, three assists, 15 points and one game-winner during her first season as a Razorback … Ranked fifth overall in the SEC in shots (68) … Recorded 68 shots with 34 on goal for a .500 shots on goal percentage … Placed sixth on the team in points (15), fifth in goals (6), fourth in assists (3), first in shots (68) and shots on goal (34) and sixth in game-winning goals (1) … Selected into SEC All-Conference Freshman Team … Scored in three consecutive games (James Madison, VCU, UMKC) to start the season … Named ‘SEC Offensive Player of the Week’ on Aug. 29, 2016 for her game-winning goal against then-No. 2 Duke (Aug. 26) at Razorback Field for Arkansas’ first win against a top-10 program in school history … Selected as ‘SEC Freshman of the Week’ on Aug. 22, 2016 for scoring three goals during her first two games as a Razorback on the road against James Madison (Aug. 19) and VCU (Aug. 21) … Ranked No. 14 on TopDrawerSoccer.com’s ‘Women’s Freshmen Top 100’ list … Selected into SEC All-Conference Freshman Team and the NSCAA All-South Region Third Team.
Rated by TopDrawerSoccer.com as a four-star recruit, the No. 63-ranked player in the U.S. and the No. 24 midfielder in 2016 … One of 24 players invited to the 2015 and 2016 U-19 U.S. Soccer national camps … Eligible to earn a spot in the team that will participate in the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup to be held in Papua New Guinea … Played for Dallas Sting ECNL ’98 … Club honors received include 2015 ECNL National Finals: U-17 Best XI, TopDrawerSoccer.com Best XI From ECNL National Event, ECNL Top Performers for Fall 2012
Played for Hebron High School in Lewisville, Texas … High school honors received include 2014 Texas 5-5A State Champions, 2014 Texas 5-5A All-State First Team, 2013 Texas 5-5A State Champions All-Tournament Team (Forward), 2013 Texas 5-5A District 1st Team (Midfielder)
Raised more than $75,000 for cancer research … Aims to one day work with disabled children and make a positive difference in their lives