Updated Nov. 12, 2013
2013: Started all twenty-two matches this season ... Had two shots against Clemson... Had two shots at Samford ... Scored against Mercer and Troy increasing her career goals to twelve ... Had five shots and two assists against College of Charleston ... Had one assist against Long Beach State ... Had three shots against Kentucky ... Had three shots, one goal, and one assist against Southern Miss ... Had one shot against Ole Miss ... Had three shots and one goal against Texas A&M ... Had two shots against Georgia ... Had one shot against Missouri ... Had one shot against Arkansas ... Had five shots and one goal against Vanderbilt ... Had two shots against Alabama ... Had five shots against LSU in the SEC Tournament ... Had one shot against Texas A&M in SEC Tournament quarterfinals.
2012: Starting outside back in the first six matches despite being a natural forward ... Started in the midfield in 12 matches and as a forward eight times ... Tied for second on the team in goals (six) ... 15 points tied for second on the team ... Had two game-winning goals (vs. High Point, vs. Samford) ... Of 10 career goals, six have been game-winners ... Six career game- winning goals are tied for seventh in Auburn history ... Registered just 20 shots on goal but scored six times (.435 SOG%) ... Two goals came off corners and the third off of a free kick ... Took the majority of the right-footed corners ... Had a goal and an assist in the 2-1 NCAA Tournament win at Washington (11/9) ... Scored Auburn's fastest-ever NCAA Tournament goal, collecting her own saved shot rebound and scoring juts 2:12 into the match ... Served in a corner that Mary Nicholson headed in for a two-goal lead at 14:13 ... Had two assists in the SEC Tournament semifinal win over No. 12 Texas A&M (11/2), getting the second assist on Maddie Barnes' game-winner in the 50th minute and then feeding Tatiana Coleman for her goal in the 64th ... Scored in the 73rd minute of the 4-1 win at Vanderbilt (10/19) on a break away ... Scored in the run of play at LSU (9/23), scoring in the 58th minute to put Auburn up 3-1, answering a LSU goal just three minutes earlier ... Scored off a 40-yard free kick - the game-winner - in the ninth minute of the 2-0 win over Samford (8/31) ... Named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week (8/20) after scoring two goals and helping hold Georgia State (1) and High Point (6) to a combined seven shots and one goal ... Scored a pair of goals in the win over High Point, connecting on two corner kicks in the first 11 minutes of the match.
2011: Played in 23 matches with one start ... First career start came on Oct. 23 at Tennessee ... 23 shots were sixth-most on the team despite playing just 530 out of 2207 minutes ... All four of her goals were game-winners and scored the game-winner in two of Auburn's final three wins (vs. Tennessee at the SEC Tournament, vs. Utah State in the NCAA Tournament First Round) ... Played 31 minutes off the bench in the NCAA Tournament Second round loss to #18 Maryland (1-0), registering a shot ... Scored the game-winning goal in the 58th minute of the 2-1 NCAA Tournament First Round win over Utah State ... It was her fourth game-winning goal of the season, tying Tatiana Coleman for the team lead ... Scored what proved to the game-winning goal in the 2-0 SEC Tournament semifinals win over Tennessee in the 33rd minute ... Also had the first assist on Julie King's goal in the 86th minute of the same match ... Capital One Impact Performance nominee following the match ... Had the game-winning goal in the 62nd minute in the 3-1 win over #18 LSU, Auburn's first since 2007, that moved it to within a game of first place in the SEC West ... Scored her first career goal, the game-winner, in the 27th minute of the 3-0 shutout of Vanderbilt, scoring from the top of the six to the opposite post ... Both of her shots in the match went on frame ... Played a total of 35 minutes as Auburn went 1-0-1 against Colorado (17 mins) and Denver (18 mins) ... Played a combined 56 minutes in the 1-0 wins over No. 5 Duke (31 mins) and Wright State (25 mins) ... Played 21 minutes off the bench in the 4-0 win over Kennesaw State ... Came off the bench to play 10 minutes against No. 18 Wake Forest ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2010: Redshirted ... First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll.
ODP: Played for the Alabama `92 ODP State Team for the past five years ... Attended the ODP Region III Camp five times ... Played in the 2008 ODP Region III Championship playoffs ... Twice trained with Fortuna Hjorring in Denmark and guest played with it in the Dana Cup.
CLUB: Played for Andrew Brower and BUSA 92 Elite ... Led BUSA 92 to the 2010 Baton Rouge Regionals ... Two-time Division I Alabama State Champion (2008 & 2009) ... Also played in the U15 Finals (2006) and the U16 Semi-Finals (2007) ... 2009 Atlanta Cup Finalist ... Top of table for Region III Central Premier League ... 2009 Region III Central Premier League Champions ... 2009 Disney Showcase Semi-Finalist ... Helped the U16's win the AFC Lighting Challenge, the Dick's Invitational and the Tiger College Showcase while also playing for the Score at the Shore Championship ... Helped the U15's win the Liberty Cup, the Crossroads Tournament, the Memphis Super Club, the John Talley Tournament, the Emerald Coast Cup and the Memphis Invitational.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Mike Fricke at St. Paul's Episcopal School ... Joined the varsity team as a seventh-grader and has been a starter every year she played ... Owns the school scoring record with 101 goals ... Scored a school-record 34 goals and had a school record 24 assists in 2010, breaking the records she set as a junior in 2009 (28 goals and 23 assists) ... 2006, 2009 and 2010 Team MVP ... 2009 and 2010 Golden Boot Award Winner ... Helped the team to a No. 2 ranking and an undefeated 5A season in 2010 ... 2010 Mobile County All-Star, Battle of the Bay All-Star, Birmingham News All-State and the Kiwanis Player of the Year ... Scored 34 goals and had 31 assists while in seventh and eight-grade combined ... 2009 Alabama 5A State Champion ... 2009 Mobile Press-Register All-Region Player of the Year ... 2009 AHSAA South All-Star MVP ... Three-time Mobile Press-Register All-Region Team (2005, 2006 & 2009) ... Two-time Birmingham News All-State Team (2006 & 2009) ... Three-time Mobile County All-Star (2005, 2006 & 2009) ... St. Paul's MVP in 2006 & 2009 ... 2005 St. Paul's Rookie of the Year ... 2005 Decatur Sports Player To Watch ... Eight-time Academic Honor Roll.
PERSONAL: Victoria M. Ball ... Major: Fitness, Conditioning & Performance ... Minoring in Sustainability ... Daughter of Miles and Susan Ball ... Has a brother, Myles, that graduated from Auburn ... Chose Auburn over Florida and Purdue.