* NCAA National Champion (2021)
* College Cup All-Tournament Team (2021)
* College Cup Most Outstanding Offensive Player (2021)
* United Soccer Coaches Second Team All-American (2021)
* United Soccer Coaches All-Atlantic Region First Team (2021)
* All-ACC First Team (2021)
* Preseason All-ACC Team (202a1)
* College Cup All-Tournament Team (2020)
* United Soccer Coaches Third Team All-American (2020-21)
* United Soccer Coaches All-Atlantic Region First Team (2020-21)
* Preseason Top-100 No. 25 (2020-21)
* TopDrawer Soccer Preseason Best XI Third Team (2020-21)
* MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List (2020-21)
* All-ACC First Team (2020)
* Preseason All-ACC Team (2020)
* United Soccer Coaches All-Atlantic Region Third Team (2019)
* All-ACC First Team (2019)
* MAC Herman Trophy Watch List (2019)
* NCAA National Champion (2018)
* TopDrawerSoccer National Freshman of the Year (2018)
* United Soccer Coaches All-American Second Team (2018)
* United Soccer Coaches All-Atlantic Region First Team (2018)
* ACC Freshman of the Year (2018)
* All-ACC First Team (2018)
* ACC All-Freshman Team (2018)
* TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week (Sept. 4, 2018; November 20, 2018)
* ACC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 4, 2018)
* Played in all 25 games with six starts and 1,316 minutes played during FSU’s 2021 National Championship campaign.
* Finished third on the team with 19 points coming from five goals and a career-high nine assists.
* Scored her first goal of the season in the Seminole’s 4-0 win against South Alabama (8/26) and tallied an assist in a 2-1 win at Colorado (8/29).
* Scored her second goal of the season and recorded an assist during the Seminole’s win over Boston College at home (9/18).
* Tallied an assist during the 4-1 win at Clemson (10/1).
* Earned three points during the Seminole’s 4-1 win against Miami with a goal and an assist (10/10).
* Had her sixth assist of the season to Beata Olsson at Virginia Tech (10/15).
* Had her seventh assist of the season to Beata Olsson at North Carolina (10/21).
* Recorded her fourth goal of the season in FSU’s 1-1 draw to No. 1 Virginia (10/28).
* Assisted Lauren Flynn’s tying goal off of a corner kick against No. 25 Wake Forest (11/5).
* Recorded her ninth assist of the season, second-most on the team, against South Alabama during the first round of the NCAA Tournament (11/12).
* Scored her fifth goal of the season on a free kick against No. 25 SMU during the second round of the NCAA Tournament (11/19).
* Played in all 16 games for the Seminoles, coming off the bench in 15 of them. She played a total of 897 minutes.
* Finished the season with three goals and five assists.
* Was named to the All-ACC First team for the third straight season, becoming the third Seminole to have been named to the First Team three times.
* Named a United Soccer Coaches Third Team All-American, and First Team All-Atlantic Region.
* Earned her second career multi-goal game after scoring twice against Notre Dame (Sept. 17) in Florida State’s 5-0 win.
* Scored her third goal of the season against Wake Forest (10/4) in the Seminoles 4-0 win over the Demon Deacons.
* Earned her first assist of the season on a corner kick to give FSU a 4-3 lead over No. 11 Virginia (10/18)
* Assisted on the game’s only goal against No. 5 Duke (10/29) on a corner kick to Jaelin Howell.
* Grabbed her team-high tying third assist of the season against No. 3 Clemson (11/1) on a perfect pass over the defense to Jody Brown to give the Noles a 1-0 lead.
* Named to the College Cup All-Tournament Team after recording two assists in the NCAA Tournament. Assisted on FSU’s first goal by Kristina Lynch to tie the game against Penn State (5/5) in the Round of 16.
* Earned her second assist of the NCAA Tournament in the National Championship game (5/17). She assisted on Jenna Nighswonger’s goal in the 63rd minute to give FSU a 1-0 lead.
* Played in and started all 24 matches of 2019 in the midfield.
* Finished third on the team in points with 16.
* Was fourth on the team in minutes played with 1,973.
* Finished the season second on the team in assists with six and tied for third in goals with five.
* Scored the game-winning goal against Florida (9/6) on an assist from Jaelin Howell.
* Backed that game up with her assist of the season against Samford (9/8).
* Put two in the back of the net at Villanova (9/15) in Florida State’s 5-0 win. It was her first career two-goal game.
* Earned points on both Florida State goals at No. 9 Clemson (9/26). Gave the Seminoles a 1-0 lead with her goal in the 11th minute. Helped expand the Seminole lead to 2-0 with a nice cross to Deyna Castellanos for the assist.
* Earned an assist to Castellanos in FSU’s 1-0 win at Syracuse (9/29).
* Assisted Castellanos on Florida State’s first goal against Virginia Tech (10/10).
* Scored her fifth goal of the season against Miami (10/18) in FSU’s 3-0 win. It was her second game-winning goal of the season,
* Assisted on both of Kristen McFarland’s goal in the NCAA Tournament opener against South Alabama (11/16).
* Played in 26 matches as a freshman and tallied 23 starts in the midfield
* Shined in her first year of collegiate soccer, earning TopDrawerSoccer National Freshman of the Year honors and ACC Freshman of the Year honors as she ranked second on the team with 19 points on seven goals and five assists.
* Recorded four game-winning goals – at Wisconsin (August 23), South Alabama (September 9), Wake Forest (October 7) and No. 20 USF (November 16) – as the Seminoles won their second NCAA National Championship in school history.
* Scored a goal in each of her first two shots of the season – versus Troy and at Wisconsin.
* Had a career day against No. 2 UCLA on September 2, recording a goal and two assists as the Seminoles defeated the Bruins, 4-1.
* Assisted on Kaycie Tillman’s game-winning goal at Notre Dame on September 27.
* Tallied goals in back-to-back conference matches against Wake Forest (October 7) and NC State (October 12).
* Converted the final penalty kick against No. 6 USC on November 18 as FSU topped the Trojans, 5-4, in the shootout to advance to the NCAA quarterfinals.
* Gave a great pass to Deyna Castellanos on November 23 as her goal gave the Noles a 1-0 win over No. 14 Penn State and sent Florida State to the 2018 College Cup for the 10th time in program history.
* Competed for Shanghai Youth Women’s Team
* Champion of the U-18 National Games
* 2016 Champion of the WeiFang CFA International Women’s Youth Football Tournament
* 2015 Champion at China Youth National Games
* MVP and Champion of China National U-15 League
* Competed at 2018 U-20 FIFA Women’s World Cup and scored a goal against Haiti in China’s 2-1 win.
* Placed third at the 2015 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-16 Women’s Championship
* Champion of AFC U-14 Girls Regional Championship
* Runner-up and MVP at AFC U-13 Girls Regional Championship
* Daughter of Shuangxi Zhao
* Pursuing a degree in Exercise Science