Photos from St. John's 1-0 win over La Salle on Sept. 18
Photos from women's soccer's 5-1 win over Fairfield at Belson Stadium on Sept. 4
Photos from the Red Storm's 1-0 overtime win over CCSU on Friday, Aug. 19, at Belson Stadium
As a Junior (2017): Started in all 18 games for the Red Storm over the 2017 season … Led the squad in assists with five to ran fifth overall in the BIG EAST … Tallied the second most points on the team during the 2017 season with seven … Recorded 20 shots this season with seven of them taken on the goal … Logged a career-most 1,319 minutes of playing time … Played more than 55 minutes in 17 games this season … Made the game tying-goal against Lehigh (Sept. 10) … Recorded her first multi-assist game with two, helping the Red Storm to a 2-1 victory over Villanova (Oct. 19).
As a Freshman (2015): Had a stellar campaign in her first year in Queens, finding a spot on the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team and tying for third on the squad with eight points… Played in all 20 games and made 19 starts at forward… Recorded her first collegiate points and her first multi-point game with a goal and an assist against Fairleigh Dickinson (Sept. 20)… Made it two-straight games with a goal by scoring against Seton Hall (Sept. 27)… Tallied at least one point for the third-straight contest with an assist on the game-winner at Butler (Oct. 1)… Picked up an assist in a 4-0 drubbing of Creighton (Oct. 11)… Assisted on the Red Storm’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Butler in the BIG EAST Semifinals (Nov. 6).Before St. John's: The latest in a line of great English players to suit up for the Red Storm... Has already earned a roster spot on three separate English national teams, playing for the U-15, U-17 and U-19 squads... One of three members of the current Red Storm squad along with Rachel Daly and Georgia Kearney-Perry to have played for England... Also plays for Everton Ladies FC in the FA Women's Super League, the premier women's league in all of England... Named one the 12 international recruits to watch in the women's college game this fall by Top Drawer Soccer.