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* Selected in the third round (17th overall pick) by the Chicago Red Stars in 2013 NWSL Draft.


* Played in seven games in her final season at FSU tallying over 240 minutes on the pitch.
* Recorded a win and a shutout in her only start – playing all 90 minutes against Jackson State.
* Did not allow a goal in her seven appearances making four total saves.
* Helped preserve a shutout in her six other appearances as Florida State went on to set the school record for shutouts in a season with 17.
* Saw action against Mississippi Valley State and Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament.


* Appeared in seven games making three starts for the Seminoles in goal.
* Posted a record of 2-1-0 with a pair of shutouts.
* Registered shutout victories over UAB and NC State.
* Made 15 saves in over 406 minutes of action on the pitch en route to posting a .714 save percentage…recorded a season-high six saves at Virginia.
* Allowed goals in just two of her seven appearances.
* Made her Florida State debut at the start of the second half against North Florida…played 40 minutes and did not give up a goal.
* First career start as a Seminole came at UAB…played all 90 minutes and made two saves for the shutout.
* Saw action in goal against Stanford in the national semifinals at the KSU Stadium in Kennesaw, Ga.


* Started 35 games in her first two years at Louisville recording over 3200 minutes in goal and posting a record of 15-20-1.
* Made 183 saves in two seasons including 125 stops in 2010…posted a career .766 save percentage with eight shutouts.


* Member of the U.S. U-20 and U-17 National Teams…recipient of the Golden Glove award at the U-17 Women’s World Cup – led U.S. to the finals.
* Played with the Illinois State team (2006-08), Region II team (2007-08), Eclipse Select (2005-08) and Real Colorado Cougars in 2009.
* 2007 ODP Region 2 Camp Golden Glove, 2006 US Youth Soccer National Championships Golden Glove.


* Daughter of Rick and Becky Vancil.
* Has a brother Derek and a sister Paige.
* Majoring in social sciences.