*Signed by the Spirit on December 17, 2019
University of North Carolina
2018: Was cleared to play on West Coast trip after missing first six games of season coming off two significant knee injuries (MCL and ACL) in 2017 • saw action against both Santa Clara and Stanford • has totaled 162 minutes in nine games after also seeing action against Clemson, Louisville, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, Boston College and Miami • recorded her first points of the season while playing 21 minutes in match at Syracuse • assisted on Brianna Pinto’s goal in the 69th minute and then scored her first goal of the year in 85th minute on a rebound of an Annie Kingman shot.
2017: Preseason All-ACC selection • named to Top Drawer Soccer Preseason Best XI First Team • had two separate injury episodes in 2017 • missed the final five games of the season after tearing an ACL in Carolina’s ACC Tournament quarterfinal win versus Florida State • was injured just 10 minutes into the third game of the season at USF with MCL damage • returned to the lineup in Carolina’s game at Boston College after missing nine games • played 22 minutes against the Eagles and scored a spectacular goal just before halftime to put the Tar Heels up 3-0 • started three of the seven games she played in last year, totaling 220 minutes • scored the game-winning goal in UNC’s 2-1 overtime win against Duke in the season opener, tallying on a header in the 94th minute • delivered a brilliant corner kick that resulted in Bridgette Andrzejewski’s header goal with 15 second left in regulation in eventual 1-1 tie with Notre Dame • named to 2017-18 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016: Missed 2016 campaign as she was redshirting while playing for U.S. U20 Team competing in that fall’s World Cup in Papua, New Guinea • a Veteran Leader in the Carolina Leadership Academy.
2015: First-team All-ACC selection • Top Drawer Soccer third-team All-America choice • chosen first-team NSCAA All-Southeast Region • named to ACC Academic Honor Roll in 2015-16 school year • moved into the starting role at center forward after playing defense as a freshman • started all 21 games and played 1,300 minutes • Carolina’s second-leading scorer with 24 points • led Tar Heels in assists with eight and was second on the team in goals scored with eight • had an excellent outing in NCAA first round versus Liberty • scored game-winning goal in 47th minute and then assisted on Megan Buckingham’s insurance goal in the 62nd minute • named the ACC Offensive Player of the Week on September 14 after leading Carolina to wins over Nebraska and UCLA • had an insurance goal in the 63rd minute in UNC’s 3-0 win over the Cornhuskers • two days later she had a second half brace, scoring unassisted goals at 53:26 and 84:52 in the 3-1 win over the Bruins • assisted on Katie Bowen’s game-winning goal in 2-1 victory at #9 Virginia Tech • against Syracuse, she assisted on Dorian Bailey’s game-winning goal in the 30th minute and scored the insurance goal in the 59th minute • scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over #5 Clemson in the 77th minute • scored game-tying goal versus USC in 32nd minute in 2-1 win on September 6 • assisted on Alexa Newfield’s goal just 54 seconds into the Weber State match • also assisted on a Newfield goal in 29th minute of win over Fresno State • against UTSA, she scored her first career goal in the 72nd minute after assisting on two earlier tallies, including Summer Green’s game-winner in the fifth minute.
2014: A talented newcomer who played all over the field • trained with the U.S. U20 National Team in spring and summer of 2015 following her freshman campaign at Carolina • named to ACC All-Freshman Team • also named to All-ACC Academic Team for women’s soccer • Soccer America second-team All-Freshman honoree • moved into the starting lineup for seven of the last nine games of the season at attacking center midfielder • started as the center back in 3-4-3 formation in win over South Dakota State • played the entire second half against Duke in the back line as Tar Heels went to a 4-2-3-1 after halftime in 3-0 win over Blue Devils • coming off an ACL injury during her senior year in high school, her minutes were limited early in the season • her play in the Duke Nike Classic was tremendous as she was named to the All-Tournament Team • totaled 1100 minutes in 18 appearances • played every minute of NCAA games against Colorado and South Carolina • played 77 minutes off the bench in win over #7 Penn State and 64 minutes versus Arkansas • missed the game at Notre Dame with a groin injury • played 79 minutes in the game at UCLA • played 94 minutes in Carolina’s game against #2 Florida State, helping the Tar Heels achieve a 1-1 tie against the eventual national champion • played an outstanding game versus Virginia, totaling 80 minutes and was on the pitch for 82 minutes versus South Dakota State • named to 2014-15 ACC Academic Honor Roll • graduated from high school a semester early and enrolled at Carolina in January 2014 • named to Dean’s List in spring semester of 2014.