Megan Bonelli’s 12 saves were one shy of the program record
Ashley Seltzer scored the Herd’s lone goal
Marshall will play at Tennessee-Martin on Friday and at Murray State on Sunday
Marshall places second-most student-athletes on list among league schools
Marshall captured the win on Senior Night
2016 (FRESHMAN): After beginning the season as the backup goalkeeper, she became the team’s first team option in her first collegiate start at William & Mary (Sept. 18) … finished the season leading the team in saves (41), save percentage (.788), goals allowed average (1.26) and wins (four) … during her first career start at William & Mary she grabbed a career-high eight saves … the eight saves marked the first time a Marshall freshman did so in a match since Lindsey Kerns (2009-12) made eight saves in the 1-0 defeat at Kentucky in 2010 ... notched another eight saves in her second career start at North Texas (Sept. 22) … made seven saves and collected her first collegiate points at Southern Miss (Sept. 25) … she became the first freshman to make at least seven saves in her first three starts since Marshall joined Conference USA in 2005 … earned her first career shutout against UAB (Oct. 7) in a 1-0 victory …earned her second career shutout, while making five saves vs. UTEP (Oct. 20) … collected her first win of the season in a 2-1 overtime victory at Louisiana Tech (Sept. 30) … made three saves in the 2-1 win over Charlotte (Oct. 28) … made her collegiate debut in the 3-0 win over ETSU (Sept. 4) ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: 2016 Armstrong County Sports Hall of Fame Outstanding Senior Female Athlete … as a senior, named team captain, all-section, all-WPIAL, first team goalkeeper … had five shutouts and scored four goals on the season … made 22 saves in a single game … scored a game-winning goal in overtime … named Valley News Dispatch Spotlight Player of the Week … traveled to Germany in 2014 and Costa Rica in 2013 as a goalkeeper for the Region I Olympic Development Program's U-16 team … only player from Western Pennsylvania selected for the Region I ODP team, which is made up of players from 13 northeastern states and the District of Columbia … also played football, basketball and competed in track and field … as place kicker, was the first female ever named to the first team in the Allegheny Conference … made 26 of 27 extra point attempts … was the second leading scorer on the team with 32 points on the season … four-year starter for basketball … 2014 Springdale Tip-Off Tournament MVP, 2015 All-Tournament Team … 2014-15 most steals and most defensive rebounds … 2015 team captain … 2015 All-Apollo Trust Company Christmas Tournament Team … leading scorer and most steals for 2015-16 season … 2016 Cager Classic (All-Star Basketball Game) participant … 2014 and 2015 WPIAL qualifier in javelin … also involved with the Apollo-Ridge National Honor Society, P.R.I.D.E. Club, French Club, Student Council, Concert Band, North Apollo Church of God Youth Group … three-year summer volunteer at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh … earned Academic Excellence Award, High Honor Roll and 2015-16 Allegheny Football Conference Scholar Athlete Award.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Eric and Carolyn … has two sisters, Sarah and Emily … major is health science.