Finished career with 18 goals, 25 assists, 61 points, six game-winning goals and 163 shots, ranking in the top-10 in school history in each category ... points are fifth, assists tied for fifth, shots sixth, goals tied for sixth and game-winners ninth in school history ... played in all 87 team games in four years, a school record for games played and consecutive games played.
NSCAA Scholar All-America Second Team ... NSCAA All-Region and Scholar All-Region First Teams ... All-League First Team ... Horizon League Tournament MVP ... League Scholar-Athlete of the Month for September ... started all 22 games, finishing second on the team with six goals and 24 points ... logged 1,928 minutes on the year ... led the league with 12 assists, tied for the second-most in a season in school history ... point total was second in the league ... ranked 10th in the nation in assists and 14th in assists per game (0.55) ... scored the game-winner and had an assist vs. Long Beach State ... named to Milwaukee Cup All-Tournament Team ... had a point in four-straight games (Sept. 25-Oct. 9) ... had a goal and assist in back-to-back games at Wright State and vs. Valparaiso ... followed that up with two assists vs. Youngstown State ... scored a goal at Loyola ... found the back of the net in the league title game against Wright State ... that score was voted the Team's Goal of the Year in a poll at uwmpanthers.com ... picked up a goal and assist vs. Illinois State in the NCAA Tournament First Round, a 3-0 triumph for the program's first-ever NCAA Tournament win.
All-Horizon League Second Team ... CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District First Team ... Horizon League All-Tournament Team ... second on the team with six goals, three game-winning goals, 16 points and over 1,900 minutes played ... also dished out four assists ... six goals and 16 points were each tied for fifth in the Horizon League ... scored goals in three-straight games from Aug. 29-Sept. 8 ... had equalizing goals vs. Auburn and Marquette and scored the winner vs. Michigan State in that time ... assisted on the overtime winner at Kansas ... followed that up with the deciding goal at Missouri two days later ... had an assist at Texas ... assisted on the game-winner and added an insurance goal of her own vs. Valparaiso ... scored winning goal at the end of the first overtime vs. Green Bay ... also had an assist at Loyola.
Appeared in all 21 games, starting 13 ... finished second on the team and tied for second in the league with six assists ... added three goals for 12 points on the year ... tallied multiple assists in games against Loyola and at Valparaiso ... both games fell in a three-game stretch in which she had five assists ... scored a career-high two goals vs. Youngstown State, including the game-winner.
Named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team ... appeared in all 23 games, starting seven times ... picked up three goals and three assists for nine points ... was fourth on the team with 39 shots ... scored first collegiate points with a goal and assist in win over Ohio State ... was selected to the Milwaukee Cup All-Tournament Team ... scored a goal in start at Cleveland State ... two days later, tallied an assist at Youngstown State ... scored what proved to be the game-winner in the league title game at Loyola ... took a season-high four shots vs. Green Bay in the regular season and had five more games with at least three shots.
Starter in all three seasons at Bishop Carroll High School ... was a three-year member of the Canada U-20 National Team pool from 2003-06 ... also was a member of the Alberta Provincial Team in all four of the years she was eligible ... named BCHS Female Athlete of the Year three times.
Born April 23, 1990 ... daughter of Cheryl and Marshall Thompson.