2010: Set up numerous chances for the attack while playing in 22 matches during the year...Scored one goal, the game-winner, vs. Tulsa...Tallied an assist vs. East Carolina, Florida State, SMU and in the NCAA Tournament at UCLA...Also racked up three assists on senior night vs. Southern Miss...Played the full 90 minutes in the win at UAB. 2009: Competed in the first five matches of the year before suffering a season-ending injury...Played 170 minutes, taking four shots. 2008: Completed the year in second place on the team with six assists while playing in all 23 games...Added a pair of goals for 10 total points...Put 15 of 41 shots on goal...Helped out on goals vs. Marshall, Rice, Southern Miss and in the C-USA Championship vs. Rice...Delivered a career-high six points on two goals and two assists against Houston...Against the Cougars, amassed a season-best six shots with three on net...Also took three shots with two on target in the NCAA Tournament vs. Miami. 2007: Made 14 starts in 22 matches played, scoring six goals and adding three assists for 15 points...Four of her six tallies were game-winners, which ranked in a tie for second in Conference USA...Scored twice and had the game-winner against both Loyola and at SMU...Named C-USA Offensive Player of the Week for her efforts in the win over the Greyhounds...Peppered the UTEP goalie with six shots and had two assists in the victory over the Miners...Recorded game-winners in the regular-season finale against Southern Miss and the C-USA semifinal win over Rice...Had an assist against Auburn in the NCAA Tournament Second Round. 2006: Played in all 19 matches, starting four...Earned a spot on the C-USA Commisioner[apos]s Honor Roll...Scored three goals for six points...fifth on the team in shots with 26...Recorded first collegiate goal against Florida Atlantic...Netted the game-winner at East Carolina...Had the opening goal against No. 15 SMU. PRIOR TO UCF: Played at Douglas High School...Recorded 38 goals with 22 assists in her final season...Team won the state title three times...Received All-America recognition from both EA Sports and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)...Also selected Florida Player of the Year by the NSCAA...Named Miss Soccer by Florida Dairy Farmers Association...Claimed first-team all-state honors for three years...Twice named Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald Player of the Year...A five-time club state champion, regional champion and U16 national final four...Also played for the Florida State and Region III ODP team pool teams. PERSONAL: Daughter of Nick and Donna Schooley...Major is undecided.