Mandy Laddish

Mandy Laddish
Mandy Laddish
Mandy Laddish
Midfielder
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Real Name: Mandy Laddish
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 26 (05/13/1992)
Birthplace: Lee's Summit, MO
Hometown: Kansas City, MO

Acquired:Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): 2017 NWSL player allocation

FC Kansas City (2014-2017): Drafted in the 2014 NWSL College Draft

 

Professional Career:

2016: Started all 19 games appeared in...has played a total of 39 games in the NWSL. 2015: Started in 13 of 16 games...scored one goal...Won the NWSL 2015 championship.

2014: Drafted to FC Kansas City in the 2014 NWSL College Draft...played in two games...Won the NWSL 2014 championship.

 

International Career:

2012: Member of team that won 2012 CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship, and earned a berth to the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Japan...played in three games and totaled 137 minutes in the qualifying tournament...has 12 career U-20 caps heading into the Women’s World Cup...won the U-20 FIFA Women's World Cup in Japan. 

2009-2010: Member of the U.S. U-18 team

2008: Saw first action with the U.S. U-17 Women’s National Team, and earned herself a spot on the Women’s World Cup team...one of four players to make the final U-17

WWC roster that was not a part of the CONCACAF qualifying squad...One of three players uncapped at the U-17 level heading into the Women’s World Cup...played in two matches in New Zealand against Japan and Paraguay for her two U-17 appearances.

 

College Career:

2013: All-ACC Third team...Notre Dame Team Captain for second year in a row... started all 85 matches in her career... started all 22 matches, tying career highs with two goals and nine points, along with five assists ... tied for third on team in assists, while placing fifth in total shots (38), shots on goal (14) and minutes played (1,805) ... had nearly all of her points (except two assists) during ACC play ... helped team's three-goal first-half blitz against Northwestern (4-1), assisting on Lauren Bohaboy's second goal of day just 6:17 into contest ... added second assist in as many outings, setting up Anna Maria Gilbertson's goal in 69th minute against Oakland (4-0) in Notre Dame adidas Invitational opener ... pinpoint chip over N.C. State defense led to Sammy Scofield's clinching goal in 75th minute of ACC opener on road against Wolfpack (3-1) ... netted first goal of season in home win against Pittsburgh (3-0), scoring in 64th minute ... tallied first multi-point match of year with goal and assist in home regular-season finale against Boston College (3-1) - had secondary assist on Karin Simonian's goal with one minute left in first half, then added clinching score with 5:05 left in match ... delivered assist on Kaleigh Olmsted's opening goal in eighth minute at Clemson (2-0) ... selected in third round of 2014 National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) College Draft by her hometown team, FC Kansas City.

2012: NSCAA All-Northeast Region Third Team...All-BIG EAST Second Team...BIG EAST Championship All-Tournament Team...Notre Dame Team Captain... missed first seven matches of season while playing for U-20 World Cup Team ... returned to start remaining 17 matches for Irish while collecting one goal and four assists ... tied for second on team in assists, while ranking fifth in total shots (36) ... scored her lone goal of season in her second game back, finding net in 24th minute against Cincinnati (7-0); also tied career high with seven shots (three on goal) ... was first of three-match point- scoring streak, with single assists in next two outings against Pittsburgh (2-1) and Oakland (3-0), with former assist on Glory Williams' first career goal proving to be match-winner ... went distance and piled up six shots in double-overtime draw with Rutgers (2-2) in regular-season home finale ... added five shots (three on goal) in double-OT win at DePaul (1-0), which helped Irish clinch share of BIG EAST National Division title ... assisted on Cari Roccaro's winning goal in 78th minute of BIG EAST Championship quarterfinal vs. Syracuse (1-0) ... started all four NCAA Championship contests for Irish, playing all but seven minutes ... set up Crystal Thomas for goals in each of first two NCAA contests against Milwaukee (3-1) and #10 Wake Forest (2-1), with latter connection coming on match-winning goal in 71st minute ... turned in solid spring 2013 season, highlighted by goal against National Women's Soccer League's Chicago Red Stars (1-4) and assist on Thomas' tying goal in 85th minute of comeback win over Mexico U-20 National Team (4-3).

2011: All-BIG EAST Second Team... Second-team all-BIG EAST selection ... started all 21 matches, primarily in the midfield, ranking fourth on the team in minutes played (1,769) ... tallied one goal and posted career highs of seven assists, nine points and 59 shots (22 on goal) ... ranked second on team in total shots and shots on goal ... placed sixth in BIG EAST in assists and seventh in assists per match (0.33) and total shots for all matches ... opened her account in big way with career-high four-point night (1G-2A) against Tulsa (7-1) at Notre Dame adidas Invitational ... added career-best two assists for second consecutive match in tournament finale against Indiana (4-1) ... named to Notre Dame adidas Invitational All-Tournament Team ... fired career highs of seven shots and five shots on goal at #2 Stanford (1-2); also assisted on Melissa Henderson's opening goal in 67th minute to extend point-scoring streak to three matches ... matched career high by going all 110 minutes at South Florida (1-1) ... set up Jessica Schuveiller's icebreaking goal 3:49 into win at Seton Hall (2-0) ... delivered assist on Elizabeth Tucker's critical insurance goal with 1:20 remaining against Villanova (3-1).

2010: Entered the University of Notre Dame ranked as the 26th club soccer player in the United States by Top Drawer Soccer...started all 25 matches...helped the team win its third national championship...one of 26 players in school’s history to start every game of freshman season...Soccer America All-Freshman First Team...NSCAA All- Northeast Region Third Team...BIG EAST All-Rookie Team...NCAA Women;s College Cup All-Tournament Team...Notre Dame Team Most Valuable Freshman...Ranked fifth on team (fourth among field players and first among freshmen) with 2,158 minutes played ... collected two goals (one match-winner) and one assist ...took 26 shots, with 10 of them on goal ... played all but nine total minutes in first eight matches of season (six 90-minute efforts) ... scored first collegiate goal in win over Cincinnati (4-0), netting an unassisted tally in the 37th minute ... played at least 77 minutes in all six NCAA Championship matches, moving primarily into attacking midfield spot ... notched first career postseason point with assist on Lauren Fowlkes' 71st-minute goal in first-round win over New Mexico (3-0) ... went the distance in final three matches of NCAA tournament ... was hero in NCAA College Cup semifinal win over #17 Ohio State (1-0), scoring lone goal of match at 82:22 following a 40-yard run from midfield stripe and culminating with 20-yard strike into upper left corner of net. 


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