Blue Demons going after their fifth win in a row in 4 p.m. match at Wish Field
Blue Demons win 4-2 for fourth in a row as Paul notches game-winning goal
Undefeated DePaul ranked No. 5 in NSCAA/Continental Tire Northeast Region---Towson No. 7 in Mid-Atlantic
Reed named Offensive Player of the Week, Ben Rookie of the Week and Pitman chosen for the Honor Roll
Pitman, Kodros, Gorden, Endy, Ryce, Paul contain high-powered Cornhusker attack
2013 (Junior): Started all 21 matches and helped DePaul become the best defense in the BIG EAST after leading the conference in fewest goals allowed during the regular season... named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week... scored a goal in back-to-back victories over Seton Hall and Villanova... she notched the game-winning goal against Seton Hall... had a crucial blocked shot in front of the net in DePaul's 1-0 BIG EAST Championship Semifinal win over No. 8 Georgetown... took 11 shots with seven shots on goal.
2012 (Sophomore): Started in 20 matches for DePaul in the 2012 season, competing in 21 matches overall... assisted on the only goal in DePaul's victory over Seton Hall... fired off 16 shots and completed the season with a shot on goal percentage of .688.
2011 (Freshman): Played in 16 matches with nine starts, including the final eight of the season... scored first collegiate goal against Notre Dame... registered first collegiate point with an assist against Connecticut... her 26 shots were third on the team... her 10 shots on goal tied for third with fellow freshman Amber Paul... took four shots against Louisville and three shots against Marquette, Providence, Connecticut and Rutgers... had two shots on goal against Michigan, Providence and Rutgers.
High School: ESFA runnerup... Somerset champion... played on the prestigious Ladies Arsenal club team... helped lead Arsenal to league and cup titles... earned a multitude of caps with the England National Team... represented the England National Team at the U15, U17, U19 and U23 European and World Cup qualifiers... helped the U17 national team finish fourthat the 2008 World Cup in New Zealand.