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COLLEGE: Great Northwest Athletic Conference academic all-star as senior in 2011 ... Saw action in 17 games, making 15 starts ... Had 3 goals and tied for team-high honors with 4 assists for 10 points ... Had 1 goal and 2 assists at Western Oregon on 9/29/11 ... Started first nine games as junior in 2010 before suffering season-ending foot fracture in 1-0 win over nationally No.5-ranked Seattle Pacific on 9/30/10 ... Had 1 goal and 3 assists for 5 points ... Two letters ... Transfer from Washington State University ... Lettered two years for Cougars ... Had 1 goal and 1 assist as sophomore in 2009 and 1 assist as freshman in 2008 ... Played in 18 games each season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Team captain and honorable mention all-KingCo 4A League as senior at Garfield High School despite suffering a broken foot ... First-team all-league for third straight year as junior, leading league in scoring ... Received Seattle P-I all-Area honorable mention as sophomore and led league in scoring as freshman ... Started and lettered four years ... Also earned four letters in track ... First-team all-league choice as sophomore, helping 4x100-meter relay win state title and 4x200 to place third ... Member of Under-19 Fenix 89 Red team that was semifinalist in San Diego Surf Girls Gold Division ... Under-18 Fenix was State Cup semifinalist and Under-17 Fenix 89 Red team was state semifinalist and U.S. Club Regional Super Division finalist ... Member of Olympic Development Program state pool in 2006 ... Under-16 Fenix 89 Red team was state finalist, U.S. Soccer Far West Regional quarterfinalist and advanced to semifinal of 2005 San Diego Surf Girls Cup Super Division ... Under-15 Fenix 89 Red team captured 2005 state title and Under-14 Fenix 89 Red team reached state quarterfinals in 2004.
PERSONAL: Major is communications.
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