Served as a team captain for the Bulldogs ... started in all 21 games ... took 71 shots with 38 being on goal ... led her team in both goals (10) and assists (10) ... two of her goals were game-winners ... received First Team All-GPAC and GPAC Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 29) ... ranked no. 27 nationally in Division I in Total Assists (10) and no. 42 in Division I in Assists per Game (.480) ... also received the Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete award, NSCAA All-Plains Region and was named to the NAIA/NCCAA Women's Scholar All-America Team.
Played and started in 21 games ... helped her team out with seven goals and five assists ... took 43 shots, including 23 shots on goal ... three of her goals were game winners for the Bulldogs.
Started all 21 games in collegiate debut season…scored six goals on 41 shots (22 on goal)…led the team in assists with seven…scored her first career goal in the season opener in a 5-0 victory over Bethel…had two multi-goal games, one at York College on Sept. 1 and one against Briar Cliff in the GPAC Quarterfinal match…scored the equalizing goal in the GPAC Semifinal match to lead the Bulldogs into a shootout victory to return to the GPAC Championship.
Prepped at Lincoln Lutheran High School for head coach Dave Gosselin … lettered and started all four years at the varsity level … served as team captain for one year … earned all-state recognition twice, all-city twice, first team Lutheran All-America twice and super-state second team once … named Max Preps player of the week (4-20-15) … nominated for the Shrine Game … led Lincoln Lutheran to one state tournament appearance, a district title and three district runner-up finishes … started all four years on the varsity basketball team … received first team all-conference as a senior and second team all-conference as a junior in basketball … collected academic all-state honors … member of the high honor roll all four years ... garnered the Lincoln Journal Star Class Acts award.
Born in Seward, Neb., on Oct. 29, 1996 … daughter of Chris and Tammy Deeter … has four older siblings, Rachel, Alex, Nicholas and Emelia … father played soccer at Concordia … enjoys baking...played for the Omaha Football Club team.