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Senior Year (2014): Played in eight games, starting six...Logged 518 minutes...Scored one goal...Took three shots, including one on goal...
Junior Year (2013): Started in all 13 games played for Lipscomb recording 1168 minutes… Scored one goal and had two assists… Took 11 shots… Had four shots on goal (.364)… Logged one game-winning goal… Was 1-1 on penalty kicks... As a team, contributed to breaking school records for most wins in a season (6), most ties (5), most goals scored in a season (33), most shots taken in a season (217), fewest goals allowed in a season (22), most points in a season (90), most assists in a season (24), and most shutouts (6).
Sophomore Year (2012): Played in and started all 17 games… Scored two goals on the season… Attempted six shots, placing two on frame… Went 2-2 on penalty kicks… Scored first career goal against Kennesaw State… Played 110 minutes on three occasions… Played all 90 minutes five other occasions…
Freshman Year (2011): Became Lipscomb's first Atlantic Sun All-Freshman team honoree since Katie Wood in 2009... Started all 17 matches she appeared in and played every minute, logging a team-high 1,553 minutes... Helped hold conference leaders Jenna Caudle (ETSU) and Ashley Ciesielczyk (FGCU) scoreless against Lipscomb... Involved in Lipscomb's shutout of USC Upstate (Oct. 2), the first conference shutout by Lipscomb since 2009.
High School: Played for Stewart Brown at Highland Park High School... State Cup champion twice, finalist three times on the club level... All-State and Region in 2009 and 2010... District Player of the Year... All-Freshman team in 2007... Won Highland Park's Cornerstone Athlete Award, for athletic, academic and community service excellence.
Personal: Daughter of Allen Rupple and Karen Johnson... Father was an All-Sun Belt Conference tennis player at the University of New Orleans... Has three brothers: John-Allen Rupple, Jimmy Rupple and Cameron Johnson... Plans to major in journalism... Can play flute and guitar.
2011-12 Women's Soccer