2015 NSCAA ALL-WEST REGION SECOND TEAM
2015 ALL-BIG WEST FIRST TEAM
2014 SOCCER AMERICA FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN
2014 NSCAA ALL-WEST REGION SECOND TEAM
2014 BIG WEST FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
2014 ALL-BIG WEST SECOND TEAM
2014 BIG WEST ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM
Career: Ranks among the program's career leaders with 17 goals (T8th), 37 points (T10th) and 10 game-winners (4th).
2015 (Sophomore): Earned first-team All-Big West honors ... Also named to the NSCAA All-West Region Second Team ... Started 20 of 22 games played ... Led the Beach with eight goals, 17 points and 41 shots ... Six of her eight tallies were game-winners ... First one came in a huge 1-0 season-opening victory over No. 4 UCLA on Aug. 21 ... Added the decisive goal in wins over Iowa State (Aug. 28) and No. 21 DePaul (Sept. 20) ... In conference play, she netted the golden goal in a 1-0 overtime triumph vs. Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 4 ... Finished with a career-high eight shots against the Titans and was named the Big West Offensive Player of the Week for her effort ... Went on to deliver the game-winner in the 76th minute at UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 11) and in the 90th minute against Hawai'i (Oct. 25) ... Continued her clutch play in the postseason as she set up the golden goal in a 1-0 overtime victory over UC Riverside in the Big West Tournament semifinals on Nov. 5.
2014 (Freshman): Earned freshman All-America honors from Soccer America and was a second-team NSCAA/Continental Tire All-West Region selection ... Tabbed the Big West Freshman of the Year ... Garnered second-team all-conference recognition and was named to the league's all-freshman team ... Started every game and led the Beach with nine goals, 20 points and 56 shot attempts ... Ranked among the top-five in the conference in all three categories ... Also tied for first in the Big West with four game-winning goals ... Struck twice and netted the game-winner in the 84th minute of a 3-2 victory over Georgia on Aug. 29 ... Two days later, she assisted on both of the 49ers' goals in a 2-1 triumph against Denver (Aug. 31) ... Named the Big West Offensive Player of the Week for her effort ... Received her second consecutive weekly award after finding the back of the net twice vs. Bakersfield on Sept. 7 ... Took a season-high seven shots against the Roadrunners ... Also scored vs. Santa Clara (Sept. 28), vs. UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 5), at UC Davis (Oct. 16), vs. CSUN (Oct. 23) and in the Big West Tournament finals against Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 9.
High School: Won four letters at Chino Hills High School ... Led the Huskies to the 2014 CIF-Southern Section Division II title ... Earned first-team All-CIF honors and was named the Division II MVP ... Also tabbed the 2014 Sierra League Player of the Year and the Inland Valley News Player of the Year ... Finished with 38 goals and 20 assists ... Totaled 31 goals during her junior season.
Club: Played club soccer for FRAM ... Claimed the 2012 Cal South National Cup title and the 2013 Far West Regional championship.
Personal: Majoring in child development and family studies.
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