Came into three training camps with the Women’s National Team in 2009, but did not earn her first senior team cap due to injuries … Youth National Teams: Played for the U.S. U-21 Women’s National Team in 2007 … A member of the U.S. team at the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Russia, where she started four matches in the center midfield … Scored five goals in 27 total matches for the U-20s and finished her U-20 career with 14 caps and three goals … A member of the U.S. team that won the 2006 CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Qualifying Tournament in Mexico … Started all four games in which she played in Mexico, playing every minute of those matches, and scored two goals in the tournament, both against Mexico in the semifinal win that qualified the USA for Russia … Attended her first U.S. U-20 training camp at The Home Depot Center in May of 2005 … The youngest player called into U-19 National Team camp in June of 2004 … Also a member of the U.S. Under-17 National Team pool in 2004 and was a captain for the U.S. U-16 Girls’ National Team in 2003 … Scored in a 1-1 game against Germany’s U-17s … Named tournament MVP after leading U-16s to title at 2003 Ballymena Tournament in Ireland ... Played as holding midfielder, scoring against Dublin U-19 selects (7-0) and on header in 2-0 win against Northern Ireland (U.S. also beat Scotland, 5-0, and England, 2-0). First Appearance: None ... First Goal: None.
Selected by the Washington Freedom with the seventh pick in the Los Angeles Sol dispersal draft … 2009: Taken in the first round (fifth overall) by the Los Angeles Sol in the 2009 WPS Draft and had arguably the best season of any of the first-round picks, helping the Sol to a first place finish during the regular season and a berth in the title game … She started 18 of the 19 games she played, scoring two goals while playing multiple positions including forward and center back … Youth: She nearly led Illinois ‘87s ODP to 2005 USYSA national title, scoring twice in the semifinal against Cal-South (2-1) before losing to Maryland 1-0 in the final ... Played up an age group two years earlier while helping Illinois ‘85s win the 2003 ODP national title, beating Georgia in the semifinals (1-0) and New Jersey in (1-0) the final ... Scored on 67th-minute header in title game en route to receiving Golden Boot award … Captain of ODP Region II team (2002-2004) ... Played for Windy City Pride, leading the team to three state titles (2002-2004), the 2002 regional title and spot in national finals ... Her hat trick in State Cup final against Eclipse included the game-winner in the final minute (Pride rallied from 2-0 deficit for a 4-3 win) ... Scored six of Pride’s 10 goals at 2002 Nationals … Played with Eclipse in 2004-2005 ... Won four state titles with Team Chicago (1998-2001) … Gained valuable experience competing with older players in summer of 2005 as member of the F.C. Indiana team (based in Goshen) that won the WPSL title and the U.S. Open Cup … Scored four goals with two assists in nine games with FC Indiana.