Parkhurst becomes the fifth player in program history to receive the honor twice
Marshall ties program records in season wins, C-USA wins
Marshall, Hilltoppers tied for third place in league
Senior midfielder now program leader in game-winners, shots
The Word on the Herd-Sept. 23, 2015
2012 (Senior): Started all 19 games for the Herd ... set the Marshall record for matches started (76) and matches played (76) ... scored lone goal of the season in a 2-1 win against St. Francis ... had one assist ... took eight shots ... CoSIDA Academic All-District first team ... C-USA Academic All-Conference ... C-USA Academic Medalist ... C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2011 (Junior) : Started and played in all 19 games for the Herd... Tied for 2nd on the team with 2 goals... Scored the third goal in the 4-0 win over Eastern Kentucky and the team's lone goal in the 2-1 loss to Houston... Notched her one assist at East Carolina in the final game of the season... Was 2nd on the team with 33 shots and 10 on target... First Team C-USA All-Academic... Recipient of the C-USA Academic Medal... Earned a place on the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Appeared in and started in all 19 contests during her sophomore season...Notched goals in back-to-back matches...Netted first goal of the season against Winthrop after tallying four shots, placing three on goal...Registered second goal of the season against Liberty...Tallied two shots in eight contests...Accumulated a season-high six shots against ECU...Was third on the team in shots on goal (11)...Named to the Winthrop Invitational All-Tournament team...Named to the Best Western Huntington Mall Invitational All-Tournament team...Named to the All-Conference USA third team...Named to the C-USA All-Academic first team...Earned ESPN Academic All-District II first team honors...Named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll...Earned C-USA Academic Medal.
Only freshman to start in all 19 matches this season...Tallied first collegiate goal in a 2-0 victory against Radford...Scored in back-to-back games, including the game-winner in the Conference-USA home-opener verse Houston...Earned a spot on the University of Kentucky All-Tournament Team...Placed nine of her 18 shots on goal...Selected to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team...Named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll...Awarded the Conference USA Academic Medal.
Four-year player named the 2008 Conference Player of the Year...Four-year First Team All-Conference recipient...Selected to the 2008 All-City Soccer Team and Cincinnati Enquirer All-Star Team...Honored with Amelia High School's 2008 Most Valuable Player...2008 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas High School All-America Soccer team...Two-year captain...2007 All-City Honorable Mention honoree...Three-year All-City Academic Award in soccer...Four-year All-Conference Academic Award for soccer...Member of the Ohio Elite Soccer Academy who have been ranked as high as No. 1 in the nation by Nationalsoccerranking.com and Gotsoccer.com....Member of six consecutive OSYSA State Cup Championships...Won the 2005 USYS Regionals...Participant of the 2005 USDYS National team...Won the US Club Regionals in 2007.
Born February 25, 1991...Daughter of Todd Vinson...Major is pre-dietetics.