2012 Wake Forest Invitational MVP
2012 Wake Forest Invitational All-Tournament Team
2010 ACC Honor Roll
2012 (Redshirt Junior):
Appeared in all 23 games for the Demon Deacons, making 20 starts ... Tallied a career-high 11 points on three goals and five assists ... The five assists ranked as the second-most on the Wake Forest squad ... Was named the MVP of the Wake Forest Invitational after scoring the lone goals in 1-0 wins over UMass and Illinois. Both the goals came when she headed corner kicks into the back of the net ... Posted the first multi-assist game of her career in the season opener against Richmond, dishing out two helpers ... Scored Wake Forest's final goal in the 90th minute in a 4-2 win over NC State ... Took a career-high five shots against Richmond
2011 (Redshirt Sophomore):2010 (Sophomore):
Returned after missing 2010 with a knee injury to play in every game for the Demon Deacons ... Set a school single-season record with 26 appearances, in addition to making 14 starts ... Recorded a three-point night against Penn State in the third round of the NCAA Touranment with a goal in the 25th minute and an assist on Jackie Logue's goal in the 10th minute ... Took two shots in the Deacs' 2-0 victory against Oakland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Started and played 92 minutes against Florida State in the ACC Tournament finals ... Scored the game-winner against Virginia, heading a Riley Ridgik corner kick into the back of the net ... Had the first multi-point game and game-winning goal of her career at South Carolina, scoring Wake's first goal and then adding an assist on a Katie Stengel score ... Picked up an assist on Riley Ridgik's game-winning goal against NC State
Redshirted the 2010 season while recovering from a torn ACL
One of four players on the team to play in all 24 games and also made seven starts ... Scored two goals and added three assists during rookie season ... Made the most of collegiate debut against High Point, scoring a second half goal ... Entered as a sub against UNC Greensboro and made an immediate impact, assisting on the game-tying goal and playing a total of 72 minutes ... Made first collegiate start against UNC-Wilmington, attempting two shots, including one shot on goal ... Assisted on Sarah Winslow's game-winning goal against UAB and also attempted a career high three shots against the Blazers ... Assisted on Kaley Fountain's game-winning goal in victory against Florida State ... Scored second goal of the season in NCAA Tournament second round win against West Virginia.
Helped St. Ursula Academy to the 2007 state championship, scoring the game-tying goal ... Named All-Conference second team in 2007 ... Missed senior season due to injury and acted as a team manager ... Member of Ohio Elite Soccer Academy since its inception in 2002 ... Club team was a six-time Ohio South State Cup Champions and was the USYS Region II Champions in 2005 ... Team was the US Club Regional Champions four times and was the Super Y League National Champions in 2007 ... Selected to the SYL North American Finals Team and attended Super Y National Camp in 2006 and 2007 ... Member of the Ohio South ODP State team in 2007 ... Also played as a freshman and sophomore before committing to soccer fulltime ... Member of the National Honor Society.
Born on December 3, 1990 in Cincinnati ... Daughter of K. Gregg and Linday Berry ... Brother, Austin, plays soccer for the University of Louisville.