2013: Saw action in four matches for the Rebels, helping Ole Miss post shutouts in three of those matches ... Helped turn in clean sheets against Northwestern State (8/30), UALR (9/22) and Jackson State (11/15) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament ... Tore her ACL against Jackson State, ending her career with the Rebels ... ... Played a season-long 45 minutes against UALR (9/22) and played 107 minutes in goal on the year ... Also saw action against Mississippi State (10/31), surrendering her only goal of the season with a minute left on the clock in a breakaway counter by the Bulldogs ... Posted a season-high two saves against Mississippi State (10/31) ...
2012: Saw action in one game, playing 37 minutes in goal against UALR (8/31) to help the Rebels post one of eight shutout victories on the season ...
INDIANA STATE (2010-11): Played two seasons at Indiana State ... In 2011, started four games for the Sycamores, while also making one appearance off the bench ... Tallied 14 saves and a .778 save percentage ... Allowed one goal in each of her four starts, finishing the season with a 0.99 goals against average ... In 2010, started two matches in goal, playing 45 minutes in each game ... made five saves over her 90 minutes played, including four in the season opener against Western Michigan ... Was a three-time Dean's List selection, a three-time AD Honor Roll member and a three-time Missouri Valley Conference Academic Honor Roll honoree.
HIGH SCHOOL: Three year starter on the Hebron High School team that reached a No. 1 national ranking in 2008 and 2009 ... Led Hebron to District 6-5A championships in 2008 and 2009 ... Selected as a 2009 and 2010 Texas District 6-5A First Team Goalkeeper.
CLUB: Led her club team, Dallas Texans '92 Red, to a North Texas State Cup, Region III and National Championships, in the summer of 2011 ... Played club soccer with Solar `92, where she competed in the Division I Lake Highlands Girl's Classic League, Region III Premier League and Red Bull National League.
ODP: Member of the North Texas State Pool from 2008-10 ... Attended Region III Camp in Birmingham, Ala., in 2008 ... Member of the North Texas State Team in 2009.
PERSONAL: Born February 16, 1992 ... Daughter of Jeff and Linda Supulski.
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