Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): 2017 NWSL player allocation
FC Kansas City (2013-2017): 2013 NWSL player allocation
Philadelphia Independence (WPS) (2011): Free agent signing
FC Gold Pride (2009-2010): 2009 WPS player allocation
2018: Started in seven of her eight appearances...registered three clean sheets and seven saves.
2017: Finished her time with FC Kansas City with 108 caps...appeared in 24 games for 2017 NWSL season...registered four shut outs...finished third in the league for saves to shot percentage (75%)...97 season saves...has played a total of 108 games in the NWSL.
2016: Appeared in 20 games. 2015: NWSL Cup champion for second consecutive year 2014: NWSL Cup champion
2013: Set an NWSL season record for most “clean sheets,” with ten scoreless matches (recently surpassed in 2017 by Adrianna French)...Named the 2013 NWSL goal keeper of the year.
2011: Signed with Philadelphia Independence, where she helped the team advance to the WPS Championship game...started in nine matches...1.11 GA average and three shut outs.
2010: Helped FC Gold Pride win a WPS title...started 21 games, and played over 1880 minutes...registered 73 saves, and ended season with a 1.44 goals against average, with two season shut outs.
2009: Started in all 16 games played with FC Gold Pride... two regular-season saves.
2013: Totals 54 caps for the USWNT side, with a career total of 24 saves...started in five of eight USWNT games, registering three clean-sheets.
2012: Won her second gold medal at the 2012 London olympics...started in one of five games played for USWNT, registering one shut out.
2011: Started nine matches... Winner of Four Nations Cup in China...Winner of Algarve Cup in Portugal...member of the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup runner-up team... started nine of ten games for USWNT, registering three saves.
2010: Started eleven matches for USWNT...only allowed five goals in 990 minutes... played in five CONCACAF qualifying matches for 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup, where she had two shut outs...started in all eleven games played, registering seven shut outs.
2009: Started two out of three games played for USWNT...registered two clean-sheets.
2008: Member of the 2008 USWNT CONCACAF team...saved the penalty in the 2008 CONCACAF final against Canada to win the championship...member of 2008 USWNT Olympic team that won gold in Beijing...started in 8 of 13 USWNT games, registering five shut outs.
2007: Member of the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup squad...started one game against Mexico and registered one shut out.
2005: First shutout was on March 9, vs. France (1-0) at the Algarve Cup in Portugal... totaled two shut outs for the year.
2004: Made her USWNT debut against Mexico as a field player (played four minutes plus stoppage time as a forward next to Abby Wambach, after the USA ran out of substitutes).
2001-2005: Member of USWNT U-21 team.
2004: Finished her career ranked No. 1 in school history with a 0.451 goals-against average in 71 games ... ranks No. 2 in the Stanford record books with 39 career shutouts ... also holds the No. 3 ranking in career saves with 210 in four seasons...
Named First-Team All-American by NSCAA and Soccer Buzz ... also earned First-Team All-West Region honors from NSCAA and Soccer Buzz ... named First-Team All-Pac-10 ... a MAC Hermann Award Preseason candidate ... selected First-Team Academic All- District VIII and honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic ... posted 10 shutouts ... allowed only 10 goals in 22 games to rank third in the nation with a 0.440 goals-against average ... recorded a career-high 10 saves at UCLA as the Cardinal fell, 1-0 ... posted seven saves in a double-overtime 1-1 match at Cal ... was called up to the U.S. Senior National Team and earned her first cap as a forward on Oct. 16 against Mexico in Kansas City, Mo. ... Barnhart became the first goalkeeper to play in the field for the U.S. when she replace Angela Hucles after she rolled her ankle in the 81st minute.
2003: Earned First-Team All-West Region and All-Pac-10 honors ... a Second Team All- America selection by Soccer Post... co-captained the team ... started all 21 games in the net, playing 1,947 minutes ... recorded seven shutouts on the year ... posted a 0.79 goals-against average as she picked up 10 wins ... accumulated 66 saves ... named a semifinalist for the Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy ... earned Second-Team CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII and honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors ... tops the Stanford record book with a .417 career goals-against average ... ranks No. 3 in Cardinal history with 29 career shutouts after holding Washington scoreless on Oct. 31 ... also posted 0-0 shutouts against then-No. 2 Notre Dame and third-ranked UCLA.
2002: Named First-Team NSCAA All-American ... earned First-Team All-West Region and All-Pac-10 honors ... started all 23 games in goal, amassing 2,047 minutes on the season ... finished the year as the nation's top goalkeeper with a 0.18 goals-against average ... tallied 59 saves, recorded 18 shutouts and allowed only four goals all season ... set single-season Cardinal records in minutes played (2,047), total shutouts (18), goals allowed (4) and goals-against average (0.189) ... notched the record for fewest goals allowed in the Pac-10 ... posted career-high seven consecutive shutout games ... shutout Cal Poly, California, Notre Dame and Portland in the NCAA Tournament ... logged a season-high six saves against North Carolina, USC and UCLA ... earned Second-Team CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII honors ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week after posting back-to-back shutout victories at USC and UCLA ... named honorable mention academic All-Pac-10.
2001: Redshirted due to a torn ACL.
2000: Made five appearances, picking up four shared shutouts ... saw action in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament against San Jose State ... played the entire second half in a 4-0 win over Oregon, recording two saves ... tallied two saves in a 5-0 win over Weber State and one save against San Jose State in the Bay Area Classic ... also recorded an assist against Weber State ... made her collegiate debut in the second half of a 4-0 win over Saint Mary's, playing 15 minutes.