RECORDS & STATS
|Hometown:||San Clemente, CA|
|High School:||San Clemente HS|
CAL STATE FULLERTON
JUNIOR (2006): Redshirt season.
JANUARY 2006: Played for assistant coach Demian Brown on the Cal-South Women's Soccer State Select Team that won the national championship at the 2006 George F. Donnelly Cup in Tampa, Fla. The team, made up of players from local Southern California universities, posted a perfect 4-0 record in regional play and outscored teams from Massachusetts (6-0), Illinois (1-0), and Tennessee (1-0) to win the title.
SOPHOMORE (2005): Appeared in four matches, making three starts... was 3-0 in net with wins over San Jose State, Loyola Marymount, and UC Davis - including logging her second career shutout against LMU... allowed only two goals in 273 minutes for a 0.66 goals against average... faced 17 shots, making eight saves - including a season-high four vs. LMU.
FRESHMAN (2004): Appeared in four matches, making three starts... made her first career appearance against Fresno State, playing the final 28 minutes and facing just one shot... earned her first career victory and shutout in a 1-0 win over San Diego, making two saves... made a career-high five saves against nationally-ranked Stanford... finished the season with a 1-2 record and 1.21 GAA, making 11 saves in 298 minutes.
SAN CLEMENTE HS
Played two years of soccer and three years of basketball for the Tritons... First-team All-CIF Division I as a senior, posting 15 shutouts and a 520 minute shutout streak... named all-league, all-county, and a Los Angeles Times All-Star as a senior... an academic All-CIF selection... helped the San Clemente HS basketball team to an undefeated league record as a freshman, and back-to-back-to-back CIF championships.
Born May 26, 1986, in Mission Viejo, Calif... parents are Randy and Stacy... has a twin sister, Jenna... older than her twin sister by four minutes... also considered Point Loma Nazarene, UC San Diego, San Diego, and LMU... kinesiology major who hopes to be a physical therapist, P.E. teacher, or coach.