@AztecWLax concludes road swing against Fresno State
As a Sophomore in 2014:
Started all 17 games at midfield for the Aztecs ... Finished fifth on the team with 22 points on 19 goals with three assists ... Second on the squad with 29 groundballs and tied for second with 29 draw controls ... 15 caused turnovers ranked third on the team ... Had a .500 shooting percentage with a .763 shots on goal percentage ... Was 7-for-11 in free-position shots ... Recorded a point in 11 different games ... Scored at least two goals in seven games ... Recorded a season-high three goals in a victory over St. Mary's (3/2) ... Tallied two goals with one assist in a conference win over UC Davis (3/16) and against Oregon (4/20) ... Had three games with at least five draw controls ... Picked up a season-best six draw controls against Oregon (4/20) ... Scooped up two or more groundballs in 10 separate games.
As a Freshman in 2013:
Appeared in all 16 games with 15 starts ... Ranked sixth on the team in goals with 16, and seventh in total points with 18 ... Recorded a team-high 48 draw controls ... Finished second on the team with 11 caused turnovers ... Was fifth on the team with 15 groundballs ... Recorded her first-career goal at Stetson (2/17) ... Scored three goals in a victory over Fresno State (4/6) ... Had a total of five multiple-score games ... Recorded a program-best eight draw controls in two separate games ... Had six games with at least four draw controls ... Scooped up a season-high four groundballs in a win against Detroit (4/1) ... Had four games with at least two caused turnovers ... Named MPSF Rookie of the Week (3/26).
Helped lead Winters Mill High to two State Championships during her sophomore and junior seasons ... Earned second-team all-county honors on two occasions and was also named to the second-team All-MVAL squad during her senior year ... Played her club ball with Check-Hers Elite ... Was a member of on the 2010 U-15 National Championship team ... Also earned four letters in soccer, garnering second-team honorable mention during her sophomore year when the Falcons were State runner-ups.