Started 13 of 17 matches… played 1,257 minutes.
Started 2 of 9 games… Played 192 minutes.
Biegalski, a defender from Lombard, Illinois, was drafted by the Chicago Red Stars in the 2020 NWSL Draft. She appeared in three games for the Red Stars during the 2020 Fall Series, where she had a 70 percent passing rate and completed 75 percent of her tackles successfully.
Started all 22 games of her senior season, a crucial member of Wisconsin’s defense as the Big Ten Defender of the Year, Second Team All-American, All-Big Ten First Team, and First Team All-North Region recipient. Recorded a total of 2043 minutes, which ranks second on the team for highest minutes played. Had a career high in assists, logging three assists this season. Got off 10 shots and three shots on goal. Was named TopDrawer Soccer Team of the Week following her assist against Michigan (10/3).
Key part to Wisconsin’s defense…started all 22 games for UW…scored once at Minnesota (10/13) the second goal of her career…logged two assists, one against Portland in Seattle (9/2) and the other at Indiana (10/5)…got off four shots including three on goal.
Started all 22 games. Ended the season with six shots, four on goal. Scored her first career goal versus Drake (9/7). Recorded one assist in round one of the NCAA Tournament versus Toledo (11/10).
Played in 20 matches, starting in all 20 … helped anchor the Badgers’ backline in her first season with UW … accumulated 11 shots throughout the season with three on goal … played 1,409 minutes in total on the season .. tallied a career-best two shots against Michigan in the Big Ten tournament on Oct. 30, including one on goal.