Hometown: Round Hill, Va.
Age: 24 (04/12/1992)
College: Loyola University Maryland
Last Club: Washington Spirit Reserves
In 2016, Haracic played for the Colonial Conference Champions Spirit Reserves in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL). She was also an amateur call up for the pro team.
In 2012 at Loyola, Haracic was named MAAC Player of the Year, starting all 22 games and leading the conference with six shutouts. Her 106 saves were good for second in the MAAC. She helped lead the Greyhounds to a MAAC Championship and a Women’s NCAA Tournament appearance. She broke the record for career saves at Loyola during her senior year.
Professional: 2016: played for the Colonial Conference Champions Washington Spirit Reserves in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL)… an amateur call up for the pro team when Stephanie Labbé was called into national team duty 2015: on the Flash preseason roster but elected to play in Sweden for Krokom / Dvärsätts IF 2014: Called up by Western New York Flash as an amateur call up for four matches early in season before being offered a contract in July for the remainder of the season…played in one match, a 3-3 draw against Chicago Red Stars 2013: played for the Washington Spirit Reserves…played in all 12 regular season games and finished fifth in the league with a 0.580 goals against average 2011-2012: played for D.C. United Women…went 5-0 in net in 2012 for D.C. United Women, making 20 saves and posting a goals against average of .868…in 2011, posted two W-League shutouts.
College: Played for Loyola University Maryland 2013: Became Loyola’s all-time career saves leader as the Greyhounds tied the Lafayette College Leopards, 3-3, in double-overtime for Senior Night. 2012: Started in all 22 games, seeing 1969 minutes of action…Earned a spot on the NSCAA All-Northeast Region Third team…Received first-ever MAAC Goalkeeper of the Year award…Made All-MAAC First team…Earned a spot on the All-Tournament team, helping the Greyhounds advance to the NCAA Tournament…Made 12 saves, and had one goal in championship games against Fairfield and Marist…Led league in shutouts and ranked second in saves…Finished second in program history with 12 wins…Ranked first in school history with minutes played…Earned MAAC defensive player of the week honors (10/9)…Led the defense to a 1.14 goals against average…Tallied 106 saves (fifth most in program history), with a .809 percentage…Carded 6.1 shutouts…2011: Started all 21 games in net for the Greyhounds as a sophomore, going 7-11-0 and finishing with a 2.02 goals-against average… Named to All-MAAC Second Team… Totaled 96 saves on the season, which is tied for the fifth-highest single-season total in Loyola history… Finished with three shutouts…Notched a shutout while making seven saves in a double-overtime, 0-0, tie against Fairfield (10/21)… Played 336 regulation minutes without a allowing a goal, stretching from Oct. 14 until Oct. 28. From Sept. 11 until Oct. 1, played 247 straight minutes in net without allowing a goal… Was named MAAC Defensive Player of the Week for the week ending Oct. 3 after shutting out Rider while making four saves (10/1)… Notched her first career shutout against American (9/21)… Was named to Hokie Invitational All-Tournament team (9/11)… Made a career-high 12 saves in a, 3-0, loss at Virginia Tech, helping to hold Hokies scoreless for the first half (9/11). 2010: Played in six matches, and started three, in goal for the Greyhounds… Saw 363 minutes of action and made 23 saves… Had a 3.22 goals against average… Combined with Danielle Ippolito for two shutouts… Earned MAAC Rookie of the Week honors on October 4 after starting against Canisius and Niagara… Did not allow a goal and had a save versus Niagara in 45 minutes of action… Made a career-high 10 saves versus Canisius.
High School/Youth: An All-Region, All-District and Washington Post All-Met goalkeeper at Loudon Valley H.S….McLean Dragons who won Region 1 Premier League Championships in 2007 and 2008, the Virginia State Cup in 2006, 2008 and 2010 and the Las Vegas and PDA College Showcase champions in 2008.