2007 (Junior)-- Appeared in 21 of 22 games for the Lady Tigers, starting 19 of them ... Was the second leading scorer for Memphis tallying 19 points ... Scored seven goals over the course of the season, going on a three game scoring streak and a five game point streak ... Scored two goals against Houston, including the gamewinner ... Also tallied a gamewinner against Southern Miss in the first round of the C-USA Championship ... Had five assists on the season ... Named to the C-USA All-Conference second team and All-C-USA Championship team ... Earned NSCAA All-Central Region second team honors ... Tied for 10th in C-USA in points (19) ... Voted the team's Most Valuable Player.
Sophomore (2006)-- One of four Lady Tigers to participate in all 20 matches and started 15 of Memphis' contests ... Named the team's Midfielder of the Year ... Had two assists against Houston.
Freshman (2005)- Burst onto the scene offensively over the last three games of the regular season, recording all four of her goals in those games ... Played in 15 games while starting seven ... Started games vs. Missouri State (9-11) and Ole Miss (9-13), as well as the last five games of the year ... Missed the UTEP (10-2), Marshall (10-9) and UAB (10-15) games with an injury ... Vaulted all the way to fourth on the team in goals (4) and points (10) over the last three regular season games ... Her four goals came on just eight shots on goal and 16 total shots ... Scored goals in three straight games, the sixth time in 2005 a Memphis player scored in back-to-back games ... One of three different players to score a goal in three consecutive games ... Recorded goals in three-straight games for just the ninth time in school history and became just the eighth different player at Memphis to have goals in three consecutive games ... Scored two goals and also assisted on Kylie Hayes' second goal vs. Southern Miss (10-23) for five points ... Tallied the only goal of the match just 1:52 into the win over Tulsa (10-28) ... Also scored Memphis' lone goal vs. SMU (10-30) ... Helped out on Kylie Hayes' goal vs. UT-Martin (9-7) ... Recorded a season-high three shots vs. UCF (10-21), Southern Miss (10-23) and Tulsa (10-28).
Prior to Memphis-- A four-year member of the soccer team under coach Bruce Brown at Grandview High School in Aurora, Colo., where she was an all-conference pick as a freshman in 2002 and as a junior in 2004 ... Led the team in goals and points from 2003-2005 ... Selected all-state in 2003 ... Holds the school record for career assists with 15 and is third all-time in school history in goals scored with 16 ... Named the team MVP in 2004 ... Played club soccer for the Colorado Rush, which won the Colorado State Championship in 2004 and 2005 ... Also played in two state semifinals with her club team ... Played high school basketball for two years ... A member of the academic team.
Personal-- Born October 8, 1987, in Denver, Colo. ... Is the daughter of Scott and Janice Schwab.