Trio Of Rebels Score As Rebels Pick Up Point In SEC Standings
2014: Played in 19 matches, drawing the start in 18 of them on the season ... Did not start at Alabama (10/5), but did see action in the match ... Tied for the team lead in goals (7) with junior Olivia Harrison ... Led the team in assists (4) and points (18) as the most versatile offensive threat on the squad ... Delivered three game-winning goals on the season: Louisiana-Lafayette (8/31), Middle Tennessee (9/14) and at Mississippi State (9/19) ... Notched her first career hat trick against Louisiana-Lafayette (8/31) ... Notched a career-high two assists in that match as she posted a career-high eight points against the Ragin' Cajuns ... Scored the only goal of the match in under a minute at Mississippi State (9/19) for a 1-0 victory ... Led the team with 73 shots on the season ...
2013: Saw action in all 24 matches as one of the first players off the bench ... Played 722 minutes on the year, the most of any non-starter, including a season-long 62 minutes against UALR (9/22) ... Tallied four goals and six assists for 14 points on the season ... Scored her first collegiate goal, the game-winner, in the season-opener against Louisiana-Lafayette (8/23) ... Tallied a season-high three points in that match against UL-L and matched it with a goal and an assist against Mississippi State (10/31) in the regular-season finale ... Delivered the assist on the game-tying goal against No. 7 South Carolina (10/20) to help the Rebels to a double-overtime draw ... Delivered a season-high two assists against Jackson State (11/15) in the NCAA Tournament opening-round game ...
HIGH SCHOOL: A six-year starter at Amory High School in Amory, Miss. ... Named Offensive MVP all six seasons ... Score 231 goals in her high school career, setting the state record ... Set the state and school record for goals in a season with 52 as a junior in 2011 ... Named an All-State selection by the Clarion Ledger ... Named an All-Region selection by the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal and the Commercial Dispatch ... Also a first team All-Division selection ... Selected to participate in the Mississippi Coaches All-Star Game ... Gatorade Player of the Year nominee ... Named an ESPN RISE Award Recipient in 2011 ... Named a Scholar Athlete selection ... Named to the Who's Who of Academic Excellence ... A member of the National Honor Society ... Selected to participate in the Rotary Leadership Conference and was named the Rotary Girl of the Month ... Named Amory High School's Most Beautiful in 2010 ... Named to the Superintendent's List and a Lindy Callahan Scholar Athlete Award nominee ...
ODP: Participated with the Mississippi Team from 2008 through 2010 and again in 2012 ... Selected t the Region 3 Team ... A national pool player ... Scored the game-winning goal over the Florida team to win the Region 3 Tournament in 2012 ...
CLUB TEAM: Played with the Collierville Lady Lobos from 2011 through 2013 ... Helped lead the Lobos to the Tennessee State Championship in 2012 ... Participated with '95 Birmingham Elite (2012-13) ... Was the team captain and leading scorer with the 95 Tupelo Futbol Club from 2003-2011 ...
PERSONAL: Born July 12, 1995 ... Daughter of Scott and Stacy Forbus ... Volunteered with the Amory Food Pantry and was a First Baptist Church youth leader.
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