AS A SENIOR IN 2012
Senior tri-captain ... Daktronics All-America First Team ... NSCAA All-America Third Team ... Capital One Academic All-America Third Team ... Daktronics and NSCAA All-West Region First Team ... CCAA Most Valuable Defensive Player ... All-CCAA Second Team ... Capital One Academic All-District 8 First Team ... Selected to the All-Tournament Team for both the CCAA Championshp and NCAA Championship ... CCAA All-Academic ... One of 14 UCSD Athletes of the Year ... UCSD National Student-Athlete Day honoree ... Started all 24 matches at center back and was the only Triton to play every minute of every game ... Started all 91 matches UCSD played during her four years ... Led the Triton field players in minutes in each year, missing just 149 total ... Came up with three goals from her defensive position as a senior ... Turned in a Hayley Johnson corner kick late in the season opener vs. Central Washington (9/1), and headed in another Johnson corner to open the scoring vs. Western Washington (11/16) in the NCAA Third Round in Denver, Colo. ... In between, scored from the penalty spot in the 87th minute to clinch a 2-0 victory at Cal State Monterey Bay (10/28) ... Converted her attempts in a pair of penalty-kick tiebreak successes, vs. Sonoma State (11/4) in the CCAA Championship final and vs. Colorado Mines (11/18) in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2011
Daktronics All-West Region Second Team ... CCAA All-Academic ... Started all 20 matches at central defender for the Tritons, making up one-third of a Triton back line that boasted the lowest goals-against average in the NCAA Division II (0.211) and allowed the least amount of goals through the regular season with four ... Placed four of her eight shots on-frame ... Lone goal was a decisive header from a Hayley Johnson corner kick at 11:23 of a 1-0 win over Cal State Dominguez Hills at The Home Depot Center (9/22) ... Added an assist on the game-winning tally vs. Cal State East Bay (10/2).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010
CCAA All-Academic ... Started all 25 matches at center back and logged the most minutes (2,320) of any Triton player ... All three goals on the year were winners, including in each of the first two NCAA Championship matches in Hawaii against San Francisco State (11/11) and BYU-Hawaii (11/13) ... Latter strike was a headed effort from a Hayley Johnson corner kick for the only score of the game at 14:29 ... Previously nabbed the overtime winner at 99:39 to take a 3-2 decision vs. Cal Poly Pomona (10/3) ... Five of her eight shots were on-frame ... Anchored a Triton back line that finished with the lowest goals-against average (0.62) and least goals allowed (tied-16) in the CCAA.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009
Daktronics All-West Region Second Team ... All-CCAA honorable mention ... CCAA All-Academic ... Started in all of UCSD’s 22 matches and ranked second in minutes played with 1,939, just eight behind team leader Kristin Armstrong ... Scored her first career goal late to cap a 4-0 road rout of Cal State Stanislaus (9/18) ... Totaled 14 shots on the season ... Ended the school year on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll at the Gold Level (includes GPAs above 3.500).
A 2009 graduate of Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana ... Also was the co-captain of the Wolfpack Soccer Club, which went 9-1-1 as Co-Premier League champions in 2009.
Born Nov. 26, 1990 ... Parents are Brian and Anne Wilson, both of whom attended Loyola Marymount University ... Collegiately, mother competed in crew and father played tennis ... Has two sisters named Monica and Megan, and a brother named Patrick ... Communication major with a business minor at Sixth College ... Served as the girl's varsity assistant coach under current Triton assistant Trent Painter at San Diego Jewish Academy (SDJA) during the 2012-13 season ... Enjoys photography, reading, running, cooking and shopping in her free time ... Favorite movie is The Sandlot ... Favorite athlete is Mia Hamm ... Favorite pro teams are the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Los Angeles Lakers and LA Galaxy.