Marshall places second-most student-athletes on list among league schools
Marshall captured the win on Senior Night
This is a must-win for Marshall to have a chance of making the Conference USA tournament
Ashley Seltzer’s early strike sealed the win for the Herd
Marshall will play its last two regular season games at Hoops Family Field
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.