Harknett Scores Equalizer For Rebels In Second Half
2014: Played in 18 matches on the season, drawing the start in each match ... Served as a team tri-captain ... Played 1,687 minutes on the season and the full time in 11 matches ... Notched a pair of goals and an assist on the year ... Tallied her assist in the 3-2, double-overtime win against Minnesota (9/5) ... Scored her first goal of the season against Middle Tennessee (9/14) ... Scored her second goal of the season at Alabama (10/5), hitting the game-winner in the 1-0 victory ...
2013: Started all 24 matches for the Rebels as a holding midfielder ... Played 2,032 minutes on the season, the second most of any field player and third most on the team ... Played at least 90 minutes in 14-of-24 matches, including a season-long 110 minutes in a double-overtime draw against No. 13 Southern California (9/6) at the Minnesota Gold Classic ... Delivered four goals and three assists on the year ... Tallied a season-high four points and scored a season-high two goals in the season-opener against Louisiana-Lafayette (8/23) ... Scored the Rebels' only goal against No. 5 Florida in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament ...
2012: Played in 16 games and made six starts on the season ... Started the first six games of the season before missing time due to illness ... Played 634 minutes on the year ... Scored her first collegiate goal at Middle Tennessee (8/19), hitting the game-winning shot in a 3-1 victory ... Also scored a goal against UALR (8/31) ... Took 14 shots on the year, including a season-high four shots in the season-opener against Saint Louis (8/17) ... Six of her 14 shots were on goal for the season ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Cor Jesu Academy in St. Louis, Mo. ... As a team, finished third at State (2009-10) ... Named First Team All-Conference (2009-10 and 2010-11) ... Team MVP (2010-11) ... Also played field hockey ... As a team, lost in the semifinals of the state playoffs (2009-10) ... Placed second at State (2011-12) ... Team captain on this past year's team ... Second Team All-Conference (2010-2011)... First Team All-Conference (2011-2012) ... The Post-Dispatch First Team All-Metro (2011-2012) ... Team MVP (2011-2012) ... Made High Honors for every semester of high school, (minimum of a 3.75 GPA) ... A member of the National Honor Society, (minimum of a 3.5 GPA and 10 hours of service per semester) ... Serves at Ranken Jordan Pediatric Specialty Hospital and SPENSA (special needs soccer).
ODP: Missouri State Team (2006) ... Invited to and attended the U.S. Soccer id2 Program (2007).
CLUB: Kolping Saint Louis/St. Louis Scott Gallagher ... Played for Saint Louis Scott Gallagher for nine years and then switched clubs this year to become Kolping Saint Louis ...Team captain for the last four years ... Missouri State Champions (2007, 2009, 2010, 2011) ... National League Champions (2010-11) ... National finalist U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships (2010-2011).
PERSONAL: Born August 19, 1993 ... Daughter of Pat and Joan Miller ... Has four siblings.
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