2011-12 ACC Honor Roll
2010 ACC All-Tournament Team
2010-11 ACC Honor Roll
Made a successful conversion from midfielder to center back and was one of only three Demon Deacons to start every game ... Played every minute of the 2012 season ... Was a key piece of the Wake Forest back line that helped the Demon Deacons keep nine shutouts and a 0.84 goals against average ... Her lone goal of the season was the game-winning goal against Charlotte ... Took a season-high three shots against the 49ers ... Also recorded shots against UMass, Miami and NC State ... Her 23 starts we a new personal season-high.
2011 (Sophomore):2010 (Freshman):
Played in 23 games for Wake Forest on the season, making nine starts ... Finished the year with one goal and three assists for a total of five points ... Came off the bench to notch an assist on Kristen Meier's goal against UCF in the Deacs' 3-0 victory over UCF in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Touranment ... Played 52 minutes while recording two shots as a starter in the Deacs' 2-0 victory over Oakland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Notched an assist on Katie Stengel's goal in the 63rd minute against Florida State in the ACC Tournament finals ... Also logged 75 minutes in the double-overtime match against Florida State in the ACC Tournament finals ... Assisted on Wake Forest's game-winning goal against Duke in the ACC Tournament semifinals with a beautiful layoff to Rachel Nuzzolese ... Played 88 minutes as a starter in a double-overtime match against North Carolina ... Started Wake Forest's opener at Auburn, scoring the Demon Deacons fourth goal in a 4-1 win after chesting a cross from Kelsey Zalimeni across the goal line ... Played 35 minutes off the bench against UNC Greensboro
Played in all 24 of Wake Forest's games this season, making 18 starts ... Finished the year with three goals and seven points ... Was named to the 2010 ACC All-Tournament Team after leading all players with three goals in the event ... Netted the Deacons' only goal against North Carolina in the ACC Championship semifinals as the Deacons tied the Heels 1-1 and advanced on penalty kicks ... Scored the first two goals of her career against Florida State in the ACC Championship quarterfinals to help lead Wake Forest to a 3-1 win over the Seminoles ... Earned her first career assist against Vanderbilt during the Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational ... Named to the Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Made collegiate debut at UNC Wilmington ... Made first college start against East Carolina.
Four-year letterwinner at Masuk High School ... Helped high school team to four conference championship and two appearances in the state semifinals ... Named All-State and All-Conference following sophomore and junior seasons ... Earned team MVP honors after junior campaign ... Received NSCAA/adidas All-Region team accolades after sophomore year ... Named to CGSCA All-New England team after junior year ... Earned Connecticut Post All-Area team recognition after sophomore and junior seasons ... Also earned one varsity letter in basketball ... Member of National Honor Society.
Born on March 4, 1992 ... Daughter of Sheree and Richard McSally.