LBSU Career: Has started 55 of 56 matches in her career, starting every game her first two years (40 matches), before being bothered by a leg injury in 2007... earned first team All-Big West honors as a sophomore, after being an honorable mention pick as a freshman... has 12 career goals, which is ninth all-time, while her 12 career assists is fifth all-time... in all, has tallied 36 career points, tied for seventh-best all-time... also has four career game-winners, two as a freshman and two as junior, fifth-best all-time.
LBSU 2007: Hampered by a leg injury but still managed to start 15 of 16 games on the season, at the forward position, scoring two goals and added five assists, tied for second on the team... came on at the midway point of the season, scoring the game-winning assist against Wyoming on September 30, in the third minute, before picking up the game-winner herself in the 51st minute on a pass from Hayley Bolt in Northridge... two games later she had the game-winning assist in a 1-0 win over UC Riverside in the 24th minute, before scoring the game-winner three games later, against UC Santa Barbara on in the season finale in the 61st minute.
LBSU 2006: Named first team All-Big West... ranked ninth in the Big West in goals (6) and 10th in overall points (10)... assisted on the 1-0 game-winner against Tennessee-Martin on September 17 in the 75th minute and another 1-0 game winner in the 73rd minute at UCSB... scored two goals in the eventual 3-2 win over CS Northridge on October 1, scoring in the 3rd and 18th minutes... scored the 49ers only goal in a 2-1 double overtime loss to Cal Poy in the Big West Semifinals, scoring in the 67th minute.
LBSU 2005: Honorable mention All-Big West... one of eight starting freshman, tallied four goals and four assists over 20 starts... tallied the game-winner over Idaho State on September 2 in the 79th minute... had two goals and an assist as part of a 3-0 win over UC Davis on October 21, scoring in the eighth and 54th minutes... this came after getting an assist three days earlier in the team's 2-0 win over Idaho.
Highland High School: Soccer Buzz Top-100 recruit, one of four 49ers in the top-100, on the 15th-ranked recruiting class in the nation... a 2005 graduate of Highland High School (Palmdale, CA)... named the Golden League's MVP in 2004... also earned AVsports.com's Antelope Valley's Athlete of the Year in 2003 and 2004... set the single-season record for goals with 28 in 2003 and the career record with 66.
Club: Played for the Infinity Club Team and was a part of the Cal South team from 2002 to 2005 and were regional ODP champions from 2003 to 2005 and 2004 national champions... won the U16 national championship in 2003 and 2004 in the SoCal FUTSAL Championships (five to a side).
And Finally: Daughter of Reza and Ana Haghdan... majoring in political science.