Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): 2018 Dispersal Draft
Newcastle Jets (2017): On loan from Boston Breakers
Boston Breakers (2017): Discovery player
Western Sydney Wanderers (2016): On loan from Washington Spirit
Washington Spirit (2016): Free signing
Bayern Munich (2014-2015): International signing
Los Angeles Blues (2013-2014): Free signing
2018: Started in 10 of her 23 match appearances...scored first goal for URFC against the N.C. Courage... Scored club's first historic brace against Sky Blue FC...Scored game winning goal against Houston Dash...Won Goal of the Week for Week 19...Scored a game winner against the Washington Spirit...scored game-winning goal in the regular season finale against the Chicago Red Stars...finished the season with a total of six goals and won the club's Golden Boot...on loan to Newcastle Jets.
2017: Picked up by the Boston Breakers, where she appeared in 12 games...played for the Newcastle Jets on loan, where she appeared in 13 games and scored ten goals... has played a total of 38 games in the NWSL.
2016: Leading goal scorer for Western Sydney Wanderers on loan from Washington Spirit, where she was the leading goal scorer for the team (6)...made 12 appearances...made 26 appearances with four goals.
2015: Helped Bayern win Frauen Bundesliga title, appearing in 20 games, and leading the team in goals (9)...signed with the Washington Spirit, where she appeared in 19 regular season games, started ten, and totaled 928 minutes...scored four goals (tied for second on the team).
2014: Moved to Germany to play for Bayern Munich in the Faruen-Bundesliga. 2013: Made her professional debut for the Los Angeles Blues.
2015: Completed her time with the USWNT U-23 with six appearances and one goal. 2014: Received first full national team cap against China.
2012: Finished time with USWNT U-20 with 19 appearances and six goals...won the 2012 FIFA Women’s World Cup U-20, appearing in four games and scoring three goals...also won the U-20 CONCACAF championships.
2011: Rostered to USWNT U-20.
2013: Finished her college career at Wake Forest as he most accomplished player ever to wear the old gold and black ... A three-time NSCAA All-America selection, became the first Demon Deacon to earn All-America First Team honors in 2011 ... Joins Emily Taggart as the only four-time All-ACC selections in program history, making the first team three times ... Named the 2011 ACC Offensive Player of the Year, becoming the first Demon Deacon to earn player of the year honors ... Scored a school record 50 goals and 125 points in only 75 games ...Posted the two highest-scoring seasons in program history, totaling 19 goals and 46 points in 2011, and 16 goals and 37 points as a freshman in 2010 ... Led the ACC in goal-scoring in back-to-back seasons in 2010 and 2011, becoming the first player to do so since Mia Hamm and the first ever to do it as a freshman and sophomore ... Was a semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy in 2010 and 2011 ... While at Wake Forest, helped the lead the United States to the 2012 FIFA Under-20 World Cup championship in Japan and became the first Demon Deacon player, current or former, to be called up to the full U.S. Women's National Team ... Graduating with a degree in health and exercise science...Was named to the All-ACC team for the fourth time, becoming Wake Forest's second four-time All-ACC selection ... Led the team with eight assists and also scored six goals to total 20 points in only 12 games before being diagnosed with deep vein thrombosis that ended her season ... Tied the Wake Forest single-game record with three assists in the season opener against Kentucky ... Scored twice to lead the Demon Deacons to a win over Alabama ... Scored a goal and added two assists to help the Deacs beat Miami ... Tallied a goal and an assist in a win over Duke ... Scored the game-winning goal on a free kick in double overtime to give Wake Forest a win over North Texas ... Scored directly from a corner kick in a 1-0 win against Washington ... Handed out assists against Portland and Notre Dame ... After recovering from her deep vein thrombosis, was called up to the U.S. Women's National Team in April, becoming the first Wake Forest player ever to make the team.
2012: Named to the NSCAA All-America Second Team, becoming Wake Forest's first three- time NSCAA All-American ... Earned First Team All-ACC honors for the third time ... Moved into first place on Wake Forest's all-time scoring charts with 44 goals and 105 points ... Won the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Japan as a starter on the U.S. team. Played in four games in the tournament, making two starts, including a start against Germany in the championship match ... Voted to the Capital One Academic All-District Team ... Led Wake Forest with nine goals and 22 points, coming in only 15 games after missing the first eight games of the year while at the World Cup ... Her 0.60 goals per game and 1.47 points per game ranked seventh and eighth, respectively, in the ACC ... Three of her nine goals were game-winners, tied for the team lead ... Notched two multi-goal games, scoring twice against No. 4 Boston College in September and against Georgia Southern in the opening round of the NCAA Championship ... Was named to Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Week on Nov. 12 for her two-goal performance against Georgia Southern ... Assisted on Marisa Park's overtime game- winner against Duke in the ACC Championship quarterfinals for her 100th-career point. She is the first Deacon to reach the 100 point plateau ... Also Found the back of the net in ACC games against Duke, North Carolina, Miami and NC State
2011:Wake Forest's first First Team All-America by the NSCAA ... Became the first-ever Wake Forest player to be named the ACC's Offensive Player of the Year ... MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist ... Led the ACC in both goal and point scoring with 19 goals and 46 points - both new school records, topping the previous school-high marks that she had set as a freshman ... The first player since North Carolina's Mia Hamm in 1992 & 1993 to lead the ACC in goal-scoring two years in a row ... Appeared in 24 matches, starting 23 of them ... First Team All-ACC selection for the second year in a row ... First Team All-Southeast Region Selection ... Finished as the 2011 NCAA Tournament scoring leader with five goals and 13 points ... Capital One Academic All- District First Team ... Two-time ACC Player of the Week ... Scored the eighth hat trick in Wake Forest history, and the first since 2008, against Campbell ... In October, trained with the U.S. U-23 National Team under the direction of full national team coach Pia Sundhage ... Notched the game-winning goal against UCF in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament to extend her single-season record to 19 goals and 46 points ... Recorded five points against Penn State in the third round of the NCAA Tournament with a pair of goals, including the game-winner, and an assist on Ally Berry's goal ... Three-point night against Boston Univ. in the second round of the NCAA Tournament set a new Wake Forest single-season points record with 39 points ... Scored the game- winning goal in the Deacs' 2-0 victory over Oakland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, in addition to assisting on Rachel Nuzzolese's goal in the 79th minute ... A unanimous selection to the 2011 ACC All-Tournament Team ... Scored the Deacs' only goal against Florida State in the ACC Tournament finals ... Assisted on Rachel Nuzzolese's goal in the sixth minute against Boston College in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament ... Returned to action against Clemson after missing the previous two matches with an injury ... Ranked as the sixth-best upperclassman in the country by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... Scored both Wake Forest goals to lead the Deacs to a 2-0 win over No. 3 Florida State ... Tacked on the Deacon's second goal in a 2-0 road triumph over South Carolina ... Scored Wake Forest's first hat trick in three years against Campbell. She is the fifth different Demon Deacon to accomplish the feat ... Totaled six points in Wake Forest's opening weekend wins over Auburn and UCF, netting her ACC Player of the Week, Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week and CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer of the Week honors ... Scored two goals against Auburn, including the game-winner, and also assisted on Marisa Park's opening goal ... Provided the key assist on a combination play to set up Rachel Nuzzolese for Wake's only goal against UCF ... Scored twice against UNC Greensboro, including a world-class volley off of a cross from Jordan Feger ... Scored first-career hat trick against Campbell, netting her first two goals off of unselfish assists by Kristen Meier and her third off of a cross from Kelsey Zalimeni ... Her 10 shots against the Camels are the most for an ACC player in a game this season ... Scored Wake Forest's first goal against Loyola (Md.) which proved to be the game-winner ... Assisted on Rachel Nuzzolese's overtime game-winner against Nebraska.
2010: As a freshman, had one of the most accomplished seasons of any player in school history ... Started all 24 games, setting the Wake Forest single-season scoring records with 16 goals and 37 points ... Earned NSCAA All-America Second Team Honors as well as first-team All-Southeast Region ... Honored as TopDrawerSoccer.com's National Rookie of the Year in addition to making the 2010 TDS National All-Rookie Team ... Made the Soccer America All-Freshman First Team ... Named the 2010 ACC Freshman of the Year, and also received All-ACC First Team, ACC All-Freshman Team and All-ACC Tournament team honors ... Was the first player in Wake Forest history to be named a semifinalist for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy ... Also found success off the field, being named to the 2010 All-ACC Academic Team ... Called up to every United States Under-20 National Team training camp of 2011 ... Led the team with six game- winning goals ... Netted Wake Forest's only goal against San Diego to help the Deacs to a 1-0 win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Scored her 15th goal of the year against Maryland in the ACC Championship game, setting a new Wake Forest single-season record ... Also made her penalty kick shootout attempt to help the Deacons win 2010 ACC title over Maryland ... Converted penalty kick shootout attempt to help Wake Forest advance past North Carolina and earn a spot in the ACC Championship game ... Earned her 33rd point of the year with an assist against Florida State in the ACC Championship quarterfinals, setting a new Wake Forest single-season record ... Led Wake Forest to a 2-1 win over No. 6 Maryland, scoring the game-winning goal and earning an assist, and in the process, trying the Wake Forest single-season records for goals (14) and points (32) ... Converted a penalty kick against Virginia, breaking the Wake Forest freshman records for goals (13) and points (29) ... Scored a goal against Virginia Tech, tying the Wake Forest freshman records for goals (12) and points (27) ... Had her third multi-goal game of the season at Miami, scoring Wake Forest's first and third goals in the Deacs 3-1 win ... Recorded a six-point performance against Clemson , scoring two goals and notching two assists ... Named ACC Player of the Week for the period of Aug. 30 - Sept. 5 ... Scored for the fifth straight game at High Point, tying the school record goal-scoring streak ... Leads the team with four game-winning goals this season ... Scored the game-winning goal in three consecutive games for Wake against LSU, Kentucky and Vanderbilt ... Recorded her first career multi-goal game against Vanderbilt, scoring the Deacons' first two goals in their 4-1 win ... Also scored against Villanova to extend her goal-scoring streak for four games ... Named to the Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational All-Tournament team ... Named to the Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week for her performance in the ACC/SEC Challenge Sept. 3-5 ... Scored the game-winning goals against LSU and Kentucky in the ACC/SEC Challenge ... Named to ACC/SEC Challenge All-Tournament Team ... Scored a goal and had an assist in her first collegiate game against UNC Wilmington ... Ranked by TopDrawerSoccer as the No. 1 freshman in the country.