NCAA

The next level: Tennesseans in college soccer in 2019

We’ve already covered the men’s Division I players, so let’s now take a look at where the Tennessean ladies headed for their college ball this Fall, and how they performed.

Women’s DI

Alabama (10-7-3, 4-4-2 SEC)

  • Junior forward Chloe Maize (Cleveland Baylor School/Tophat Soccer Club) – Played in 16 games with 10 starts, notching 571 total minutes. Recorded two assists and took 11 shots (three on goal). Also picked up one yellow card.

Alabama A&M (9-9-1, 7-4-0 SWAC)

  • Freshman forward Regan Ely (Knoxville Hardin Valley Academy/FC Alliance) – Started 13 times in 17 games played, racking up 1134 minutes. Took two shots, one on goal, and picked up one yellow card.
  • Sophomore midfielder Arielle Fortune (Chattanooga East Hamilton/Lookout FC) – Played 12 times with eight starts, totaling 799 minutes. Took two shots with one on goal.
  • Sophomore defender Alaysha Russell (Murfreesboro Blackman/Murfreesboro SC) – Saw 65 minutes of action in seven substitute appearances.

Arkansas State (10-6-4, 5-2-3 Sun Belt)

  • Freshman goalkeeper Olivia Luther (Cordova St. Benedict at Auburndale/Lobos Rush – Did not see game action
  • Sophomore defender Peyton Moore (Memphis Arlington/Lobos Rush/UT-Chattanooga) – Saw action in 10 games.

Austin Peay (4-10-4, 3-5-2 Ohio Valley)

  • Sophomore midfielder Gwynevere Cardinal (Spring Hill Summit/Tennessee SC) – Saw time in 10 games, notching 247 total minutes. Took one shot on goal.
  • Senior defender Melody Fisher (Chapmansboro Sycamore/Tennessee SC) – Started all 18 games, earning 943 minutes. Scored a goal on four shots (three on goal)
  • Junior midfielder Maeve Kelly (Nashville Franklin Road Academy/Tennessee SC/UT-Chattanooga) – Started four of the 11 games in which she appeared, totaling 297 minutes. Took one shot.
  • Senior goalkeeper Mary Parker Powell (Germantown Houston/Lobos Rush) – Started all 18 games for the Govs, earning 1514 minutes between the pipes. Allowed 26 goals and made 84 saves for a .764 save percentage.
  • Sophomore goalkeeper Peyton Powell (Franklin Independence/Tennessee SC) – Played 87 minutes across two games. Allowed one goal and made seven saves for a save percentage of .875.
  • Junior midfielder Gybson Roth (Clarksville/Clarksville SC) – Started twice in 16 appearances and played 604 minutes. Took three shots, failing to put any on target. Picked up two yellow cards.
  • Senior defender Renee Semaan (Knoxville Catholic/FC Alliance) – Started each of the 17 games in which she saw time. Notched 1444 minutes on the pitch. Scored a goal on 17 shots (eight on goal). Picked up one yellow card and one red card.

Belmont (8-9-5, 4-4-2 Ohio Valley)

  • Sophomore midfielder Sydney Cason (Hendersonville/Tennessee SC) – Played in 19 games with 15 starts. Scored a goal on 15 shots (five on goal), and added one assist.
  • Senior defender Jordan Chawan (Brentwood/Tennessee SC/Michigan) – Did not see game action.
  • Freshman forward Claire Fallon (Brentwood Ravenwood/Tennessee SC) -Played in 22 games, starting 21 of them. Scored a goal on six shots (two on goal), and added one assist. Also earned on yellow card.
  • Senior midfielder MacKenzie Firek (Brentwood Ravenwood/Tennessee SC) – Started 13 of her 17 games played. Recorded one assist and took two shots (neither on goal).
  • Junior forward Julie Garst (Franklin Independence/Tennessee SC) – Started each of the 22 games in which she played. Scored seven goals on 81 shots (37 on goal), and added four assists to lead the team in both categories. Picked up two yellow cards.
  • Senior forward AB Hawkins (Murfreesboro Oakland/Tennessee SC) – Started and played in 22 games. Scored one goal on 12 shots (seven on goal) and added three assists.
  • Junior forward Paige Hewitt (Knoxville Hardin Valley Academy/FC Alliance) – Played in 21 games, starting 10 of them. Scored two goals on 12 shots (eight on goal) and added two assists.
  • Junior defender Grace Parsons (Brentwood Ravenwood/Tennessee SC) – Started each of the 21 games she played. Scored a goal on two shots (both on goal).
  • Senior forward Kameron Ziesig (Brentwood/Tennessee SC) – Played in all 22 games with 13 starts. Recorded three assists and took 16 shots, eight on goal.

Chattanooga (9-6-4, 4-4-1 SoCon)

  • Freshman defender AK Anderson (Knoxville West/FC Alliance) – Played in 18 games, starting six and earning 822 minutes. Took 13 shots, six on goal.
  • Junior forward Chloe Arnold (Bristol Tennessee High/FC Alliance) – Started 18 of 19 games played, totaling 1180 minutes. Score three goals on 29 shots, 15 on target. Added one assist.
  • Junior defender/forward Maddie Burman (Clarksville Rossview/Clarksville SC) – Started once in her 19 games played, accruing 576 minutes. Scored two goals on 11 shots, seven on target. Also picked up one yellow card.
  • Freshman defender Avery Catlett (Knoxville Webb/FC Alliance) – Played in 11 games, starting four of them and playing 612 total minutes. Took one shot.
  • Freshman defender Hayden Collins (Arrington Page/Tennessee SC) – Played 21 minutes in her only appearance, but did not accrue any statistics.
  • Sophomore midfielder Adryan Darnell (Germantown Houston/Lobos Rush) – Started six of her 19 games played, with 670 total minutes. Took two shots, neither on goal.
  • Senior midfielder Bailey Gale (Knoxville South-Doyle/FC Alliance) – Played in 17 games with 15 starts and 1021 total minutes. Scored three goals on 11 shots (six on goal) and added five assists. Picked up one yellow card.
  • Freshman midfielder Cameron Giles (Hendersonville/Tennessee United) – Saw 40 minutes across two appearances but did not accrue any statistics.
  • Freshman forward Faith Gober (Mt. Juliet Donelson Christian Academy/FC Alliance) – Started three times in her 12 appearances, 501 total minutes. Scored three goals on 12 shots, six on goal, and added two assists.
  • Sophomore defender Shelby Hash (Franklin Centennial/Tennessee SC) – Played in 17 games with 13 starts, racking up 988 minutes of action. Recorded one assist and took four shots (two on goal). Also notched three yellow cards.
  • Freshman midfielder Grace Klippenstein (Brentwood Academy/Tennessee SC) – Played in 19 games with one start, totaling 724 minutes on the pitch. Recorded one assist and took three shots (one on goal). Also committed one yellow-card infraction.
  • Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molli Miller (Maryville/FC Alliance) – Did not see game action.
  • Senior defender Jordan Mueller (Hendersonville Beech/Tennessee United) – Started each of the 17 games she played, earning 1572 minutes on the pitch. Took eight shots, three on goal. Also earned three yellow cards.
  • Freshman forward Kendra Mueller (Hendersonville Beech/Tennessee United) – Played in five games with one start and notching 151 total minutes. Scored a goal on four shots (one on goal). Also earned a yellow card.
  • Junior defender Abby Nipp (Nashville Father Ryan/Tennessee SC) – Did not see game action.
  • Freshman midfielder Julia Perrusquia (Bartlett Briarcrest Christian/Lobos Rush) – Played 179 minutes across 10 games. Recorded one assist and took one shot on goal.
  • Senior defender Anna Rogers (Bristol Tennessee High/FC Dallas Tri Cities) – Did not see game action (injured).
  • Sophomore goalkeeper Abbey Saddler (Ooltewah/FC Alliance) – Played in seven games, totaling 584:27 between the pipes. Allowed three goals and made 20 saves for a percentage of .870.
  • Sophomore goalkeeper Ashton Shields (Arlington/Lobos Rush) – Started 13 games, earning 1204:45 in net. Allowed 12 goals and made 64 saves for an .842 save percentage.
  • Freshman midfielder/forward Mackenzie Smith (Knoxville Hardin Valley Academy/FC Alliance) – Played in 19 games, starting 13 of them and racking up 1061 minutes. Scored one goal on 15 shots (three on goal) and added one assist.
  • Junior forward Emily Szymanski (Spring Hill Summit/Tennessee SC) – Started 15 of her 19 games on the pitch and played 1086 minutes. Scored three goals on 17 shots (nine on goal) and added a pair of assists. Was yellow-carded once.

Clemson (11-7-2, 5-5-0 ACC)

  • Freshman defender Harper White (Franklin/Tennessee SC) – Played in all 20 games with three starts. Scored one goal on 10 shots (five on goal) and added two assists. Picked up one yellow card.

Dartmouth (10-6-1, 1-5-1 Ivy)

  • Senior midfielder Alyssa Neuberger (Germantown Briarcrest Christian/Lobos Rush) – Played in 17 games with 15 starts, totaling 1307 minutes on the pitch. Recorded one assist and took two shots (both on goal).

Davidson (8-8-3, 3-5-2 Atlantic 10)

  • Freshman forward Ashley Braemer (Nashville Ensworth Academy/Tennessee SC) – Started 17 of 19 games played and earned 1092 total minutes. Scored two goals on 25 shots (12 on goal) and added two assists.

DePaul (8-8-3, 5-3-1 Big East)

  • Redshirt junior midfielder Sydney Hunt (Nashville Franklin Road Academy/Tennessee SC) – Saw 19 minutes of substitute action in her only appearance. Recorded one assist.

Duke (9-4-7, 3-1-6 ACC)

  • Junior defender Karlie Paschall (Brentwood Ravenwood/Tennessee SC) – Played in 18 games with 14 starts, accruing 1277 total minutes. Recorded two assists and took four shots (none on goal).

Eastern Kentucky (4-12-2, 2-6-2 Ohio Valley)

  • Sophomore defender Lauren Barcelona (Chattanooga East Hamilton/FC Alliance) – Started six of her 17 games on the pitch, playing 632 minutes. Took seven shots, one on goal.

Elon (12-6-2, 5-3-1 Colonial)

  • Freshman forward Avery Davis (Chattanooga Baylor School/Chattanooga FC) – Played in 17 games with three starts, 317 total minutes. Scored a goal on seven shots (four on goal) and added an assist.

East Tennessee State (5-11-4, 1-6-2 SoCon)

  • Freshman Midfielder Momoko Horiuchi (Paris Henry County/Calloway County Revolution) – Started one of her 14 games, earning 256 total minutes. Scored two goals on seven shots (four on goal) and added an assist.
  • Freshman defender Taylor Limprevil (Spring Hill Summit/Tennessee SC) – Played 13 games with four start, 591 minutes on the pitch. Took two shots, one on goal.
  • Sophomore goalkeeper Tess Mrozek (Johnson City Science Hill/FC Alliance) – Started all 20 games and played 1795 minutes between the pipes. Allowed 23 goals and made 81 saves for a save percentage of .779.
  • Freshman defender Rachel Reid (Maryville/FC Alliance) – Played 413 minutes across 12 games with two starts. Took two shots, one of them on goal.
  • Sophomore midfielder Sarah Williams (Murfreesboro Siegel/Tennessee SC) – Saw 41 minutes in two appearances. Did not accrue any statistics.

Furman (14-6-1, 7-1-1 SoCon)

  • Freshman defender Angela Steidl (Gallatin Pope John Paul II/Tennessee United) – Started all 17 games, earning 1433 minutes. Recorded two assists and took two shots, with one on goal. Was yellow-carded once.

Gardner-Webb (10-11-1, 7-3-0 Big South)

  • Sophomore midfielder Sara Houff (Knoxville Grace Christian Academy/Knoxville Crush) – Saw 72 minutes of action in four games played. Did not accrue any statistics.
  • Sophomore forward Kate Katzman (Franklin Independence/Tennessee SC) – Saw 20 minutes of action in two games. Did not accrue any statistics.

Harvard (12-3-1, 5-1-1 Ivy)

  • Sophomore defender Courtney Rabb (University School of Nashville/Tennessee SC) – Made four substitute appearances. Scoured a goal on four shots and added one assist.

Jackson State (8-12-0, 7-3-0 SWAC)

  • Senior defender Gwendolyn Joy (Memphis White Station) – Played 56 minutes across two appearances. Score a goal on two shots (both on goal).

Kansas (17-5-3, 8-2-3 Big 12)

  • Freshman goalkeeper Gabbie Dawe (Germantown Houtson/Lobos Rush) – Did not see game action.

Kentucky (6-10-3, 1-8-1 SEC)

  • Sophomore goalkeeper Hannah Leonard (Greeneville/Greeneville Galaxy) – Started 13 games, playing 1116 minutes between the pipes. Made 48 saves and allowed 28 goals for a save percentage of .632.

Lehigh (5-8-5, 3-5-1 Patriot League)

  • Junior defender Chloe Tremblay (Franklin Battle Ground Academy/Tennessee SC) – Made three total appearances. Took two shots (neither on goal)

Lipscomb (13-6-2, 5-1-1 Atlantic Sun)

  • Senior forward Olivia Doak (Shelbyville Central/Tennessee SC) – Started all 21 games. Scored 10 goals on 69 shots (36 on goal) and added five assists.
  • Freshman forward Macy Douglas (Ashland City Cheatham County Central/Tennessee SC) – Saw action in 12 games. Scored three goals on six shots (four on goal).
  • Redshirt sophomore forward Allie Dunn (Knoxville Grace Christian/FC Alliance/University of Arkansas) – Played in 19 games, starting 13 of them. Scored three goals on 16 shots, seven of them on-target.
  • Junior defender Kaitlin Echols (Memphis Briarwood Christian/Lobos Rush) – Started 19 of her 20 games played. Scored three goals on nine shots (seven on goal).
  • Redshirt senior forward Maycie McKay (Brentwood Academy/Tennessee SC) – Started all 21 games. Scored six goals on 31 shots, 16 of them on goal, and added seven assists.
  • Freshman midfielder Monica Mullaney (Murfreesboro Oakland/Tennessee SC) – Played in five games but did not accrue any statistics.
  • Freshman forward Grace Oliver (Maryville/FC Alliance) – Played in 15 games. Recorded one assist and took six shots (two on goal)
  • Sophomore defender Emily Patti (Knoxville Christian/FC Alliance) – Played in 17 games with one start. Did not accrue any statistics.
  • Redshirt freshman Madison Shea (Murfreesboro Central Magnet/Tennessee SC) – Saw action in one game, but did not accrue any statistics.
  • Redshirt junior midfielder Hannah Torbett (Johnson City Science Hill/FC Alliance/UT Chattanooga) – Played in 17 games, starting twice. Scored a goal on 18 shots (10 on goal).

Little Rock (5-8-6, 2-4-4 Sun Belt)

  • Freshman defender Allison Morrison (Collierville/Lobos Rush) – Started 11 of 14 games played, earning 1026 total minutes. Recorded one assist and took five shots (one on goal).
  • Freshman goalkeeper Emily Samisch (Collierville/Lobos Rush/Mississippi State) – Did not see game action

Louisville (13-5-2, 5-3-2 ACC)

  • Senior midfielder Callie McKinney (Franklin/Tennessee SC) – Started 17 games, totaling 1392 minutes on the pitch. Scored a goal on four shots (one on goal) and added one assist.

LSU (3-12-3, 1-7-2 SEC)

  • Redshirt junior goalkeeper Hannah Grace Goldman (Murfreesboro Oakland/Tennessee SC) – Started all 17 games in which she played, notching 1495 minutes between the pipes. Allowed 37 goals and made 108 saves for a .745 save percentage. Recorded one assist(!).

Manhattan (4-11-2, 3-5-2 MAAC)

  • Freshman goalkeeper Peyton Randolph (Chattanooga Baylor School/Chattanooga FC) – Did not see game action.

Marshall (4-14-0, 2-8-0 Conference USA)

  • Senior midfielder Gabby Powers (Knoxville Hardin Valley/FC Alliance) – Played 1418 minutes in 16 starts and games played. Took nine shots, four on goal.

Memphis (17-3-1, 10-1-0 Conference USA)

  • Sophomore defender Caroline Duncan (Memphis White Station/Lobos Rush) – Started all 21 games, totaling 1847 minutes. Took three shots (two on goal). Also picked up one yellow card.
  • Sophomore forward Grace Duncan (Memphis White Station/Lobos Rush) – Did not see game action while recuperating from injury.
  • Sophomore defender Lydia Herring (Memphis Hutchison/Lobos Rush) – Saw 98 minutes of action across five substitute appearances. Took two shots, neither on goal.

Miami (4-13-1, 3-7-1 MAC)

  • Senior forward Olivia Winnett (Brentwood/Tennessee SC) – Started all 18 games and played 1522 minutes. Scored three goals on 46 shots (19 on goal).

Middle Tennessee State (8-10-1, 5-4-1 Conference USA)

  • Redshirt junior forward Sam DeBien (Cleveland/Chattanooga FC) – Started all 17 games she saw action in, earning 121228 total minutes. Scored two goals on 21 shots (10 on goal), and added two assists. Yellow-carded three times and red-carded once.
  • Junior forward Peyton DePriest (Franklin/Tennessee SC) – Started all 16 games in which she played, totaling 1187 minutes. Scored 18 goals on 57 shots (33 on goal) and added two assists. Also picked up one yellow card.
  • Redshirt junior forward Maddison Falter (Murfreesboro Riverdale/Tennessee SC/Ole Miss) – Started all 19 games, playing 1265 minutes. Scored five goals on 31 shots (13 on goal) and added four assists.
  • Redshirt sophomore defender Leslie Frye (Fayetteville Lincoln County/Tennessee SC) – Played in 10 games with eight starts, notching 724 total minutes on the pitch. Did not accrue any statistics.
  • Sophomore midfielder Olivia Hansen (Lakeland Arlington/Lobos Rush) – Saw 81 minutes of action across six games. Did not accrue any statistics.
  • Freshman forward Cambell Kivisto (Collierville/Lobos Rush) – Played in 14 games with one start, totaling 323 minutes of field time. Scored a goal on seven shots (twqo on goal).
  • Freshman defender Caroline Manley (Arlington/Lobos Rush) – Started all 19 games, leading the team with 1732 total minutes. Took one shot.
  • Senior defender Casey Riemer (Knoxville Bearden) – Started every game and earned 1502 minutes. Failed to score on her 10 shots (six on goal) but contributed three assists.
  • Freshman forward Elizabeth Slavinsky (Collierville/Lobos Rush) – Played 285 total minutes in 14 substitute appearances. Recorded one assist and took eight shots, four of them on the target. Also received one yellow card.
  • Senior defender Savannah Stair (Kodak Sevier County) – Played in 12 games with five starts, earning 474 total minutes. Took five shots, three on goal. Picked up one yellow card.
  • Junior defender Tionna Thompson (Knoxville West/FC Alliance) – Played eight minutes off the bench in her only appearance. Did not accrue any statistics.

Murray State (11-8-0, 8-2-0 Ohio Valley)

  • Senior defender Allison Samisch (Collierville Briarcrest Christian/Lobos Rush) – Saw 318 total minutes across 14 substitute appearances. Took one shot on goal.

North Alabama (6-11-0, 2-6-0 Atlantic Sun)

  • Junior defender Kelsey Jones (Chattanooga East Hamilton/Lee University) – Started 15 of 16 games, playing 1243 total minutes. Recorded one assist.
  • Freshman midfielder Mya McGee (Chattanooga Baylor/Chattanooga FC) – Saw action in 13 games. Took four shots, but couldn’t steer any on frame.
  • Senior midfielder Haley Yarber (Cleveland Bradley Central/FC Alliance) – Started each of her 15 games played, notching 1342 total minutes. Scored a goal on seven shots, three on goal.

Ohio (11-9-1, 5-5-1 MAC)

  • Junior goalkeeper Sydney Malham (Nashville Franklin Road Academy/Tennessee SC) – Started 19 games and played in a 20th, totaling 1745 minutes between the pipes. Allowed 32 goals and made 81 saves for a save percentage of .717.

Ole Miss (10-7-3, 3-4-3 SEC)

  • Freshman defender Micaela Dusseault (Collierville Hutchison/Lobos Rush) – Did not see game action.
  • Freshman midfielder Jenna Kemp (Germantown Houston/Lobos Rush) – Played in 18 games with seven starts, finishing with 731 minutes on the year. Recorded one assist and took seven shots, two on goal.
  • Senior forward Gabby Little (Germantown Houston/Lobos Rush) – Played in all 20 games, starting half of them and earning 777 minutes. Scored two goals on 19 shots (10 on goal) and added a pair of assists.
  • Junior midfielder Molly Martin (Memphis Evangelical Christian/Lobos Rush) – Played 1707 minutes after starting in every game of the year. Scored three goals on 27 shots (13 on goal) and added three assists. Also picked up three yellow cards.
  • Sophomore defender Madison Smith (Franklin/Tennessee SC) – Played in all 20 game with 13 starts, accumulating 1360 minutes on the field. Scored a goal on five shots (two on goal). Also picked up a pair of yellow cards.

Penn (8-7-1, 2-5-0 Ivy)

  • Freshman goalkeeper Maggie Robinson (Nashville University School/Tennessee SC) – Did not see game action.

Presbyterian (5-13-0, 4-6-0 Big South)

  • Sophomore defender Elayne Benson (Clarksville Rossview/Clarksville SC) – Saw 212 minutes of action across 12 appearances. Took two shots, neither on goal.
  • Freshman midfielder Amy Cloud (Knoxville Farragut/FC Alliance) – Played 81 minutes in two games before suffering season-ending injury. Did not accrue any statistics.
  • Junior forward Morgan Hutchison (Athens McMinn County/FC Alliance) – Started each of the 16 games in which she played, earning 1218 total minutes. Scored seven goals on 60 shots (28 on goal) and added four assists. Also received on yellow card.
  • Junior midfielder Preston Robinette (Maryville/FC Alliance) – Started all 18 games and led the team with 1262 minutes. Scored a goal on 20 shots, 11 of them on-goal, and recorded three assists.
  • Freshman defender Anna Stouffer (Cleveland Bradley Central/Tennessee SC) – Played 1332 minutes in 16 games, starting 14 times. Took six shots, three on goal. Received one yellow card and one red card.

Richmond (7-9-2, 4-6-0 Atlantic 10)

  • Redshirt junior forward Maya Wright (Nashville Ensworth/Tennessee SC) – Started one of her 10 appearances and earned 222 total minutes. Recorded one assist and took one shot (not on-target).

Samford (13-4-5, 7-1-1 Southern Conference)

  • Sophomore forward Merrin Gilmer (Johnson City Science Hill/FC Alliance) – Saw 88 minutes of playing time across six substitute appearances. Did not accrue any statistics.
  • Freshman defender Abbey Kolarik (Maryville/FC Alliance) – Saw 59 minutes of action across five substitute appearances. Did not accrue any statistics.
  • Junior defender Grace Sommi (Knoxville Farragut/FC Alliance) – Played in all 21 games with 12 starts, notching 1162 total minutes on the pitch. Scored a goal on nine shots (two on goal). Also picked up two yellow cards.

South Alabama (16-4-2, 8-1-1 Sun Belt)

  • Sophomore midfielder McKenzie Nowin (Fayetteville Westminster Christian (Huntsville, Ala.)/Huntsville SC) – Saw 52 minutes of action in two games. Took one shot.

Southern Miss (7-10-1, 2-7-1 Conference USA)

  • Freshman defender Hailey Rogers (Memphis Evangelical Christian/Lobos Rush) – Played 103 total minutes in 11 substitute appearances. Took three shots, two on goal.

Tennessee (9-6-3, 3-5-2 SEC)

  • Junior defender Wrenne French (Franklin Battle Ground Academy/Tennessee SC) – Played 914 minutes as she started nine times in the first 11 games before going down with injury. Scored a goal on two shots (one on goal).
  • Senior forward Salera Jordan (Clarksville/Tennessee SC/Middle Tennessee State) – Started six of the first nine games, playing 392 minutes before suffering a season-ending injury. Scored a goal on nine shots (five on goal).

Tennessee Tech (6-8-5, 4-3-3 Ohio Valley)

  • Junior forward Katie Bain (Smyrna Stewarts Creek/Tennessee SC) – Came off the bench in 16 games. Took two shots.
  • Freshman defender Sarah Block (Collierville/Lobos Rush) – Started six of the 11 games in which she played. Took five shots (two on goal).
  • Freshman defender Emily Carlevato (Knoxville Bearden/FC Alliance) – Played 90 minutes across two games, one of them a start. Took one shot off-target.
  • Freshman defender Macy Carter (Gallatin Station Camp/Tennessee United) – Started 12 of 16 games played, notching 1232 total minutes. Took three shots, one on goal.
  • Freshman midfielder Anna Croxall (Chattanooga Girls Preparatory/Chattanooga FC) – Played 67 minutes across six substitute appearances. Did not accrue any statistics.
  • Sophomore forward Ashley Grimes (Lebanon) – Played 916 minutes across 12 appearances, all of them starts. Took two shots on goal. Also picked up one yellow card.
  • Freshman goalkeeper Bry Hack (Knoxville Grace Christian/FC Alliance) – Did not see game action.
  • Freshman forward Meg Ivey (Cookeville/Tennessee SC) – Played in all 19 games with one start, earning 724 total minutes. Recorded two assists and took seven shots (one on goal).
  • Freshman defender Cassie McKinney (Franklin/Tennessee SC) – Did not see game action.
  • Junior forward Kendall Powell (Cookeville/Upper Cumberland United) – Played 1462 minutes in 18 matches, 17 of them starts. Scored seven goals on 42 shots (22 on goal) and added one assist. Also committed one yellow card-worthy foul.
  • Sophomore defender Natalie Rolen (Spring Hill Summit/Tennessee SC) – Started twqo of the 13 matches in which she appeared, totaling 366 minutes on the pitch. Scored a goal on three shots (one on goal).
  • Freshman forward Bailey Taylor (Powell/FC Alliance) – Started all 19 matches and played 1611 total minutes. Scored four goals on 31 shots (15 on goal). Also picked up one yellow card.
  • Freshman defender Eva Toler (Knoxville Christian Academy/FC Alliance) – Did not see game action.
  • Freshman defender Kendall Webb (College Grove Page/Tennessee SC) – Started eight times in 10 games played, accruing 822 minutes. Recorded one assist and took one shot on goal.

Texas (11-8-1, 6-3-0 Big 12)

  • Redshirt junior forward Tecora Turner (Memphis St. Agnes Academy/Lobos Rush) – Appeared in seven games with one start, notching 133 total minutes. Took seven shots, one on goal.

Troy (12-3-4, 7-1-2 Sun Belt)

  • Sophomore midfielder Britt Elmore (Mount Juliet/Tennessee SC) – Played 165 minutes across 10 substitute appearances. Did not accrue any statistics.

UAB (4-7-6, 2-5-3 Conference USA)

  • Senior midfielder Paige Merry (Knoxville Catholic/FC Alliance) – Made three substitute appearances for 42 total minutes on the field. Did not accrue any statistics.

UNC-Asheville (5-13-0, 3-7-0 Big South)

  • Freshman forward Kennedy McCoy (Brentwood/Tennessee SC) – Made eight appearances for 83 total minutes on the pitch. Took five shots, one on goal.

UT Martin (8-6-5, 6-2-2 Ohio Valley)

  • Junior midfielder Blare Gerido (Brentwood Ravenwood/Tennessee SC) – Saw 446 minutes across 17 substitute appearances. Took 1 shots, four on goal.
  • Junior forward Jaden Hildreth (Germantown Houston/Lobos Rush) – Started twice in 18 games played, totaling 501 minutes in action. Took 14 shots, six on goal.
  • Redshirt sophomore forward Jill Hildreth (Germantown Houston/Lobos Rush) – Appeared in 16 games with 11 starts, playing 921 total minutes. Scored eight goals on 34 shots (22 on goal) and added three assists.
  • Junior forward Bella Roberts (Murfreesboro Siegel/Tennessee SC) – Started 16 times while appearing in all 19 matches, notching 1301 minutes. Scored six goals on 29 shots – 16 on goal – and added two assists.

Vanderbilt (14-5-2, 6-3-1 SEC)

  • Junior midfielder Blue Ellis (Germantown Houston/Lobos Rush) – Started 11 of 14 games played, earning 460 total minutes. Scored five goals on 18 shots (seven on goal), including a hat trick against Georgia State.

Western Carolina (11-8-0, 5-4-0 SoCon)

  • Freshman defender Summit Dann (Johnson City Science Hill/FC Alliance) – Started 12 of the 16 games in which she appeared, totaling 1215 minutes. Scored on her only shot on goal (also hit two off-frame). Picked up one yellow card.
  • Senior midfielder Emily Threatt (Knoxville Christian Academy/FC Alliance) – Played in 18 games with 13 starts, accumulating 980 minutes on the pitch. Scored three goals on 31 shots (14 on goal) and added one assist. Also picked up one yellow card.
  • Senior midfielder Emily Zipay (Murfreesboro Oakland/Tennessee SC) – Played in all 19 games, starting 17 of them and playing 849 minutes. Scored two goals on 16 shots (five on goal) and added three assists.

Western Kentucky (10-7-1, 6-4-0 Conference USA)

  • Redshirt sophomore forward Tally Bishop (Nashville Father Ryan/Tennessee SC) – Did not see game action while recovering from a knee injury.
  • Freshman Forward Ansley Cate (Paris Henry County/Pumas FC) – Started 16 of 18 games, playing 973 minutes. Scored five goals on 24 shots, 11 on goal. Added two assists.
  • Sophomore defender Lyric Schmidt (Kingsport Sullivan South/FC Alliance) – Played 1519 minutes after starting all 18 games. Recorded one assist and took 12 shots (six on goal).

William & Mary (5-11-2, 3-7-1 Colonial)

  • Sophomore midfielder Addie Puskar (Brentwood/Tennessee SC) – Earned 105 minutes across 11 substitute appearances. Took two shots, one on goal.

Wofford (7-12-0, 3-6-0 SoCon)

  • Junior midfielder Lainee Bohannon (Chattanooga Baylor School/FC Alliance) -Did not see game action.
  • Freshman midfielder McKenzie Guest (Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett/FC Alliance) – Did not see game action.

 

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