Rebels Drop First Overtime Game In Regular-Season Finale
2014: Started all 19 matches on the season ... Scored seven goals on the year, tying with fellow forward Addie Forbus for the team lead in goals ... Added one assist against Alabama (10/5) on the game-winning goal to tally 15 points on the season ... Hit two game-winning goals on the year, against Minnesota (9/5) and at Austin Peay (9/12) ... Scored the game-tying goal against Georgia (8/22) in the season-opener, a double-overtime draw ... Notched her first career hat trick against Minnesota (9/5), scoring all three goals in a 3-2 double-overtime win for a career-high six points ... Scored both goals in a 2-0 win at Austin Peay (9/12) ... Played 1,278 minutes on the season ...
2013: Started all 24 matches for the Rebels on the front line ... Finished third on the team in goals (7) and led the team in assists (8) ... Finished third on the team in points with 22 on the year ... Tallied a season-high three points on two occasions with a goal and an assist against both UAB (8/25) and Jackson State (11/15) ... Delivered a season-high two assists at Arkansas (9/20) connecting with Rafaelle Souza twice in the final 15 minutes of the match to rally the Rebels to a 2-1 win ... Scored the game-tying goal against No. 7 South Carolina (10/20) to help the Rebels play the Gamecocks to a double-overtime draw ... Played 1,876 minutes on the season, including a season-long 105 minutes against No. 7 South Carolina (10/20) ... Played 90 minutes or more in eight matches ...
2012: Saw action in 21 games, starting 11 of them ... Started the final eight games of the season ... Played 923 minutes, including a season-high 62 minutes twice: against UAB (9/7) and at South Caroline (10/14) ... Led all newcomers with 13 points and six goals ... Her six goals was third on the team behind team leaders Mandy McCalla and Rafaelle Souza (13) ... Scored a season-high two goals twice: at Troy (8/22) and against UALR (8/31) with a season-high four points on both occasions ... Took 29 shots, 13 of them on goal ... Posted a season-high four shots at Troy (8/22) ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Houston High School in St. Louis, Mo. ... 2012 Tennessee Gatorade Player of the Year ... NSCAA All-American (2010, 2011) ... NSCAA All-South (2009-2011) ... ESPN Rise All-South Team (2010) ... ESPN Rise National Player of the Week (Nov. 2010)... NSCAA Tennessee Player of the Year (2010, 2011) ... ESPN Rise Top-10 Player in Tennessee (2009, 2010) ... Tennessee Coaches Association All-State (2008-11) ... Tennessee Sports Writers' All-State (2008-11) ... THSSCA All Star "East-West" Team (2011) ... Overall Champion Pepsi/Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps (2909 & 2010) ... Pepsi/Commercial Appeal Best of Preps - Top Five Finalist (2008-11) ... Voted MVP of the TSSAA High School D-1 AAA State Tournament (2009-10) ... 106 career goals and 67 career assists with a 73-10-8 record at Houston High School ... Tennessee High School D-1 AAA State Champions (2009-10)... Semifinalist (2011) and Quarterfinalists (2008) ... Ranked in ESPN "Fab 50" all four years and as high as fifth in the nation (2010) ... Also ran track and cross country ... Anchor leg of Tennessee D-1 AAA State Championship team in 4x800m relay ... Placed second in Tennessee D-1 AAA State Championships in 800m (2:18:74) ... Selected to Pepsi/Commercial Appeal Best of Preps in Girls Track (2009-10) ... Holds the Houston High School record in the 800m (2:18:74) ... Top female finisher in the Shelby County (Tennessee) Cross Country Championships (19:27) ... Honor Roll ... AP student ... Involved in TOPSoccer (special needs players) and Collierville Animal Shelter.
ODP: National ODP (2008, 2010) ... International ODP Roster, Costa Rica Tournament (March 2009) ... Coral Springs (2008) ... National Development Camp, Pomona, Calif. (2009, 2011).
CLUB:Played club for 94 Lady LOBOS Blue ... Topdrawersoccer's Top 10 Player to Watch (fourth in South region) ... Topdrawersoccer's National Player of the Month (June 2011) ... Third leading overall scorer (U17 Girls) at 2011 USYS Southern Regionals ... Region III Premier League-Central Champions (2011) ... USYS Southern Regionals Quarterfinalists (2011)...Tennessee State Finalists (2008, 2010, 2011) ... Ranked as high as second in the nation (SoccerinCollege) and seventh in the nation (Gotsoccer) ... 2011 Disney U17G Champions... 2010 CASL Champions.
PERSONAL:Born July 20, 1994 ... Daughter of Carter and Patricia Harrison.
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