2009: Started all 18 games she appeared in as a part of the Friars' backline and tallied 13 shots...She totaled one point on the season with an assist against Georgetown on 10/2.
2008: Started and appeared in one game before suffering a season ending injury.
2007: Started in 10 games before suffering season ending injury...Recorded six shots on the season.
2006: Saw action in all 17 games for the Friars and started three...Started her first collegiate game versus Marquette on 9/24.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a total of 11 varsity letters with four in soccer, one in skiing and six in indoor and outdoor track at Warwick Valley High School... Captained her soccer team as a sophomore, junior and senior... Set Warwick Valley records for most goals and assists in a game, season, and career... In 2005, was named the Times Herald Record All-County Player of the Year, received the team's "Will to Win" and MVP awards and helped lead WVHS to its first Section 9 Finals appearance in 28 years... Named team MVP as a freshman and sophomore... Involved with the Lance Armstrong Foundation, Make a Wish Foundation and the N.J. Sharing Network... Was a Scholar-Athlete all four years at WVHS.
CLUB SOCCER: A member of the two-time NJ State National Series Champions PDA Fury... Helped lead her team to two Regional titles and two appearances at Nationals, including one trip to the finals... Was named MVP in the 2005 NJ State Cup Championship game... A member of the 2004 Region 1 ODP pool and a five-year member of the Eastern New York ODP team.
PERSONAL: Born August 18, 1988... Daughter of Laurie and Kevin Blaine... Has three brothers, Kevin, Coner and Terrence... Marketing major.
FAVORITE ATHLETES: Lance Armstrong, Brett Favre and Wayne Rooney.
FAVORITE TEAMS: New York Giants and the New York Yankees.
HOBBIES: Soccer and skiing.
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