2013: Started all 24 matches for the Rebels ... Played 2,109 minutes, the most of any back line player on the team and played 90 minutes or more in 19-of-24 matches ... Played a season-line 110 minutes on two occasions, both double overtime draws against No. 13 Southern California (9/6) and No. 7 South Carolina (10/20) ... Helped the Rebels post 10 shutout victories on the season, including four against SEC teams ... Named a Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District first team selection ...
2012: Started all 22 matches of the season on the backline ... Played 1,883 minutes on the year ... Played the full game in 18-of-22 contests ... Helped the Rebels post eight shutout victories ... Took three shots on the season, including a shot on goal against Tennessee (10/21) ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Ursuline Academy in St. Louis, Mo. ... NSCAA All-America Team (2011) ... Missouri State Defender of the Year (2011) ... First Team All-Region (2011) ... First Team All-State (2011) ... First Team All-Metro (2011) ... First Team All-Conference (2011) ... Team Captain (2010, 2011) ... Selected by the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame for receive the "Future Soccer Stars" award (2011) ... Team finished second in the state of Missouri (2011) ... First Team All-Conference (2010) ... Ursuline Academy MVP (2010) ... Also played field hockey ... First Team All-Conference (2010, 2011) ... Second Team All-Metro (2010, 2011) ... Ursuline Academy Team Captain and MVP ... Ursuline Academy Academic Excellence Award, 4.0 GPA (2009-present)...Excellence in Art Award (2011)...Volunteers with St. Louis Crisis Nursery, Kolping Kicks U15 girls soccer team.
CLUB: Played club for Kolping Kicks...National League Champions (2011)...Second place U.S. Soccer Nationals (2011)... Missouri State Champions (2007, 2009, 2010, 2011)...Midwest Regional League Division Champions... ECNL All-Tournament Team...Currently ranked eighth in the Region by Top Drawer Soccer
PERSONAL: Born November 15, 1993...Daughter of Sheri and Kevin Kersting and Robert Friedmann.
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