Appeared in 18 games, starting 13 of them, including the last 11 ... Did not start games vs. Tennessee Tech (8-28), Samford (9-2), Evansville (9-4), Missouri State (9-11), and Middle Tennessee (9-18) ... Missed only the Mississippi State game (9-16) ... Named second team All-C-USA ... Tied for fourth in C-USA in assists (7) and was sixth in C-USA in assists per game (0.39) ... Third on the team in goals (5) and points (17) and second in assists (7) ... Had one multiple-goal game and has recorded points in 7 of 17 games ... Third on the team in shots (33) and tied for third in shots on goal (13) ... Scored two goals and recorded two assists for six points vs. Tennessee Tech (8-28) ... Scored the game-winning goal vs. Missorui State (9-11) and also assisted on Caroline Barrett's goal in that game ... Scored one goal vs. Middle Tennessee (9-18) ... Assisted on Shoko Mikami's second goal of the game vs. Tulane (9-30) ... Scored a goal and assisted on Mikami's vs. UTEP (10-2) ... Helped out on the lone goal of the game, Melissa Savage's game-winner, vs. UAB (10-15) ... Assisted on Mikami's game-winning goal in overtime at East Carolina (10-19) ... Recorded a season-high four shots in a game three times: vs. Tennessee Tech (8-28), Missouri State (9-11), and UTEP (10-2) ... Team is 3-1 when she scores a goal and 6-1 when she records a point ... Named All-Conference USA second team.
2004 (Freshman [Martin Methodist College]) - Named a first team NAIA All-American at the Pulaski, Tenn., school, helping lead the team to a 14-3-2 record ... Tallied 18 goals and 22 assists for a total of 58 points, which was second on the team ... Led the team in assists and was third in goals ... Played in and started 15 games ... Had five multiple-goal games, including a four-goal and a three-goal game ... Recorded multiple assists in seven games ... Played both the forward and midfield positions ... Led her team to the TranSouth Conference regular season and tournament championships ... Team also qualified for the NAIA Region XI Tournament and the national tournament.
Before Memphis - Attended Nanryo Upper Secondary School ... Was a member of the Under-19 Japanese National Team.
Personal - Born July 1, 1985, in Saitama, Japan ... Is the daughter of Masayoshi and Hidemi Kubota.