Updated Nov. 12, 2013
2013: Played in fourteen of twenty-two matches this season ... Played for 65:00 mins and had six saves against Clemson ... Played for 45:00 mins and had three saves and allowed two goals against Florida State ... Played in her first complete game and had two saves and a shutout against Southern Miss ... Played 90:00 mins against South Carolina and had five saves, allowing two goals ... Played 58:08 mins against Ole Miss and had four saves, allowing five goals ... Played 90:00 mins against Texas A&M allowing three goals and had seven saves ... Played 15:07 mins against Florida and allowed one goal ... Played 110:00 mins against Georgia with seven saves in a double overtime tie ... Played 110:00 mins against Tennessee with six saves and allowing one goal ... Played 110:00 mins against Missouri with six saves and allowing one goal ... Played 90:00 mins against Arkansas with three saves and allowing one goal ... Played 90:00 mins against Vanderbilt allowing one goal ... Played for 90:00 mins against Alabama with a shutout and four saves .... Played for 96:21 mins against LSU in the SEC Tournament with four saves ... Played for 90:00 mins against Texas A&M in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals and had six saves, allowing one goal.
2012: Made two appearances on the season ... Started one match (vs. SMU on Sept. 7) ... Played 105:33 minutes in goal ... Allowed two goals on seven shots in her lone start of the season against SMU ... Came on in relief at Oklahoma on Oct. 14 ... Surrendered a goal on the lone shot she faced in 16 minutes of action ... Had a .625 save percentage and a 2.56 goals against average.
2011:Played in and started 17 matches ... Totaled of 1,534:46 minutes in net ... Recorded shutouts in four of her first five wins of the season ... Earned Academic All-Mountain West recognition ... Had a 6-11-0 overall record ... Was named the Goalkeeper Most Valuable Player at the 2011 Red Raider Classic, going 2-0 with a pair of shutouts against Toledo (Sept. 9) and Hofstra (Sept. 11) ... Totaled 11 saves in the two contests ... Recorded 1.82 save average on the year, stopping a total of 102 shots ... Led the Mountain West in saves and saves per game, averaging 6.00 per contest ... Her 102 stops were the most by a TCU goalkeeper since 2000 (Shannon Wagner, 116) and the highest number by a freshman since Maribeth Forrest (1987) ... Had 10 saves against nationally-ranked Oklahoma State in her collegiate debut on Aug. 19 ... Posted her first career shutout against Lamar on Aug. 21 ... Made six saves in the win ... Collected nine saves in a loss to Rice on Aug. 26 ... Final shutout of the season came against Northwestern State (La.) on Sept. 18 ... Enjoyed a career-high and MW-best 11 saves at Boise State (Oct. 21).
High School/Club: Was named Sierra League Defensive Most Valuable Player while at Ruben S. Ayala High School ... Helped lead her squad to an undefeated record and Sierra League Championship ... Was a standout in the classroom ... Named her school's Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Played her club seasons for Legends Football Club.
Personal: Parents are Al and Angela ... Has an older brother, Richard ... Grandfather, Dominic Patrone, played football at Arizona State ... Uncle, Lou Patrone, played football at San Jose State ... Cousin, Nancy Ray Johnson, was a swimmer at TCU in the mid 1980's ... Majoring in habilitation of the deaf.