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Mallory Eubanks

Teams: Washington Spirit
Position: Forward
Hometown: Lexington, KY
Age: 21 (06/04/1996)
Height: 5-4
College: Mississippi State

*Drafted by the Washington Spirit with the sixth pick of the 2nd round (No. 16 overall) in the 2018 NWSL College Draft

INTERNATIONAL
Saw time with the U-19 U.S. Women’s National Team in summer 2016 vs. New Zealand U-20 national team on June 14, 17 and 19 in Auckland, New Zealand… Played for the U-23 national team in the 2017 Portland Thorns Spring Invitational at historic Providence Park in Portland, Oregon… Earned the starting nod in all three contests vs. the NWSL’s Houston Dash, Portland Thorns FC and Chicago Red Stars.

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY
2017 (SENIOR): Named to the SEC Preseason Watch List… Second Team United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region… Named 2017 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Second Team All-SEC as a midfielder… Led the Bulldogs for the fourth straight season with 6 assists… Went the distance in 8 of her 17 matches played, drawing a start in all 17 contests… Tallied an assist on Brooke McKee’s game-winner against Missouri State on Aug. 20… Assisted on A.K. Ward’s second goal of the game against Colgate on Sept. 3… Against Southeast Missouri State on Sept. 8, assisted Brooke McKee’s goal… Again found McKee, this time on a set piece, against Missouri on Sept. 21… Netted her lone goal of the season on Sept. 24 at LSU… Found McKee again on a pinpointed corner kick to help the Bulldogs tie Ole Miss on Oct. 22… Tallied her sixth assist of the year on Courtney Robicheaux’s goal vs. Texas A&M on Oct. 26… Finished her career as one of MSU’s best, as she ranks in the Top 10 in several offensive categories in the MSU career record books, including T-8th in points scored (33), assists (2nd, 17), second in assists (17) and fourth in assists per game (0.24) and shots attempted (134). 2016 (JUNIOR): Named to the SEC Preseason Watch List… Started in 17 games for the Bulldogs her junior season… Logged 1,482 minutes and ended the season on an eight-game streak of 90 minutes or more played… Recorded a season-high 104 minutes against Vanderbilt… Earned her first goal and assist of the season in the 3-1 win over UT Martin… Led the team in goals (3), assists (3) and (9) points… Ranked first on the team in shots (37) and shots on goal (23)… Tallied a season-high five shots twice on the year, first coming against UT Martin and the second versus Vanderbilt… Selected to the All-SEC Second Team. 2015 (SOPHOMORE): Started in all 18 of MSU’s games… Named captain by her teammates… Logged 1,541 minutes, going the distance nine times… Her season-high 110 minutes came in a draw against Missouri (Sept. 27)… Scored four goals for the Bulldogs to finish second on the team… Her four assists were tops on the team, while her 10 points in 2015 also led MSU… Her first goal of the season came in the 4-0 win versus Nicholls State (Sept. 4)… Scored a game-winner in the 86th minute to earn MSU’s first ever win in Fayetteville against Arkansas (Sept. 20)… She earned SEC Offensive Player of the Week honors after the game-winning goal…Tallied three points in MSU’s wins versus Arkansas (Sept. 20) and Alabama (Oct. 25), scoring a goal and adding an assist in both games… Recorded 40 shots in her sophomore season, with a team-high 14 on target… Took 22 corner kicks for the Bulldogs… Named the Offensive MVP by her teammates. 2014 (FRESHMAN): Played and started in all 18 games on the season… Was named to the SEC All-Freshman team… Participated in the United State U-19 National Team Camp in the spring… Was one of just two Bulldogs to start and play in every game of the year… Led the team in minutes played with 1563… Played the entirety of 14 games, including a 106-minute overtime contest against Southern Miss (Aug. 31)… Notched six points on one goal and four assists… Took 22 shots and 11 shots on goal … Recorded her first collegiate goal on her first-career shot in the season opener against Iowa State (Aug. 22) on a 46th-minute strike just inside the far post … Notched the first assist of her career on a cross in the 80th minute at Furman (Aug. 28)… Dribbled past the keeper and lobbed a cross for the game-winner over Southern Miss (Aug. 31) in the 106th minute… Assisted on both goals in a 2-1 win at Louisiana Tech (Sept. 14).

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
Played two seasons for Bo Lankster at Tates Creek High School in Lexington, Ky., following her move back to the United States from Geneva, Switzerland… Scored 37 goals and set up 22 more in 26 games in leading the team to a 21-5-3 record and the KHSAA state semifinals her senior year… Named the NSCAA Kentucky High School Player of the Year, Miss Kentucky Soccer, first team all-state, District 43 MVP, Region 11 MVP, Tates Creek MVP and Tates Creek Most Offensive Player in 2013… Received more accolades with her fabulous season by being named an NSCAA All-American and being invited to the inaugural girls high school All-Star Game … Posted seven goals and 12 assists in guiding her team to a 23-1-4 record, the KHSAA State Championship and the first of two-straight Region 11 titles as a junior… Selected as the Tates Creek Most Offensive Player and MVP of the state tournament after helping her team to the title and the iHigh championship … Prior to coming back to the United States, played for Pierre Quilez at College du Leman … Captained her squad in 2011 and was named the varsity all-sports captain in 2010 and 2011… Also captained her squad’s volleyball team … Led College du Leman to the 2011 Tournoi Scolaire championship… Also won championships in track, volleyball, field hockey and basketball… Played club soccer for Brad Turpin’s Lexington FC, leading the squad to the Kentucky state title five times in six seasons … Helped Lexington FC to the Disney Showcase championship during the 2012-13 season and the finals of the event the following year…  Played for F.C. Collex-Bossy in Switzerland from 2010-12, playing on the squads that won two-straight Genevoise Cantonale championships.

 


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