2013: Redshirted and did not see action for the Rebels ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Served as team captain of her high school team 2012-13 ... Named a first team All-District selection 2011-12 ... Helped lead her team to a State Area and Sectional Championship in 2011 ... Also helped lead her team to the Highland Park Highlander Classic Tournament Championship in 2011 ... Also competed as a member of the track team (2009-11) and the basketball team (2009-10) ... Earned the Lake Travis High School "Cavs In Service" Award for completing more than 100 hours of community service work ...
ODP: Competed with the South Texas State ODP Pool in 2009 ... Competed with the South Texas State ODP Team in 2007 and 2008 ...
CLUB: Competed with the Lonestar 95 ECL ... Helped her team to the US Youth Soccer National Cup State Championship in 2010 and 2011 ... Helped her team to the US Soccer National Cup Regional Quarterfinals in 2011 ... Also helped her team to the Dallas International Cup Semifinals in 2011 ... Helped her squad to the South Texas Youth Soccer Association State Classic League Championship in 2010 ... Founding member of the Elite Club National League (2009-13) ... Competed in the Texas Conference National Flight (2012-13) ... Competed with Challenge A Flight (2010-12) ... Helped her team claim the Challenge B Flight Regular Season Championship (2009-10) ... Helped her team to the Challenge B Flight National Championship finals (2009-10) ...
PERSONAL: Born October 18, 1994 ... Daughter of Randy and Susan Stone ... Played soccer in Germany with the Lonestar Soccer Club, scoring against the German U17 team ... Older sister, Ashley, is currently pursuing an MBA at Ole Miss ... Other sister, Andie, currently plays soccer at East Tennessee State University ... Volunteered with Vacation Bible School at Emmaus Catholic Church (2010, 2011, 2012) ... Participated in the Lonestar Soccer Club 24-Hour Marathon from 2009 through 2012 ... Volunteered with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Austin ... Also volunteered with the East Austin Soccer, the Lonestar Champions Foundation and TOPSoccer, working with players with physical and/or mental disabilities.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Arkansas jumped out to a 17-0 in the first quarter and took advantage of six Ole Miss turnovers on the way to a 30-0 shutout win Saturday in Fayetteville."I was concerned all week, for whatever reason, that... read more
Three areas to watch as No. 8 Ole Miss travels to Arkansas in its final road game of the regular season Saturday. Slowing the Hogs' Ground Attack The extra week of preparation, defensive coordinator Dave Wommack said, should prove beneficial... read more
It's sometimes easy to forget where the Ole Miss football program was just three short years ago, when Hugh Freeze was interviewing for the head coaching position. The Rebels had won just two games in 2011 and had lost 14... read more
Ole Miss Athletics Week in ReviewNov. 10-16, 2014Women's Basketball- The Ole Miss women's basketball team opened up the 2014-15 season with two wins over the weekend. The Rebels took down Grambling 92-67 in the season opener on Friday and followed... read more
The Ole Miss football team was off, but it was a busy week in Ole Miss athletics nevertheless, as the men's and women's basketball teams opened their respective seasons. Here are some thoughts and opinions on the week that was:-... read more
No. 10 Ole Miss was without several starters and regular contributors against Presbyterian, and many others were limited. But given an extra week of rest, head coach Hugh Freeze said he expects everyone, with the exception of the players out... read more
Ole Miss Athletics Week in ReviewNov. 3-9, 2014Football- Ole Miss took a break from the rugged Southeastern Conference and earned a 48-0 shutout win over Presbyterian on Saturday.- It was the Rebels' first shutout since beating Tulane 39-0 in 2012.-... read more
Austin Miller handled all of this week's edition of the Observations from the Best Seat in the House. Check out what he had to say below:- The nation's best scoring defense finally got its first shutout of the season, as... read more
Ole Miss racked up the second-most yards in school history, totaling 640 yards, including 402 yards on the ground, in a 48-0 rout of Presbyterian. The Rebels were able to limit the reps for several players in the contest, with... read more
Three areas to watch as No. 11 Ole Miss hosts FCS opponent Presbyterian in its final non-conference matchup of the regular season. Execute, Stay Heathy Saturday's game with Presbyterian is more about Ole Miss than its opponent, as the team's... read more
With injuries mounting on both sides of the ball, Saturday's game against Presbyterian presents an opportunity for young players and backups to gain experience and make an impression on the coaching staff. Among those injured players, head coach Hugh Freeze... read more
A question we keep hearing is what needs to happen in order for the Rebels to get to the SEC Championship game. It's pretty simple, just cheer for the home team. The lone exception to that notion is Ole Miss'... read more
Ole Miss Athletics Week in ReviewOct. 27-Nov. 2, 2014Football- No. 4 Ole Miss lost a heartbreaker to No. 3 Auburn on Saturday night, 35-31.- In addition to losing the game, the Rebels lost star receiver Laquon Treadwell on what looked... read more