UW Took First-Ever Shootout 4-2
Senior Lucie McDowell Scored Ninth Goal of the Season
Wyoming Records Season-High 19 Shots
Cowgirls looking for third-straight home win
Mahoney Scores Twice to Lead Cowgirls
Junior (2013): Was one of three Cowgirls to start all 22 matches during the season... played in 2,097 of the 2,104 total minutes on the season, which is best all-time for a single season for UW...recorded a goal at Portland and an assist against Weber State for three points on the season... took 10 shots with three on goal.
Sophomore (2012 at Tennessee) Saw significant playing time in Tennessee's 3-2 win over Georgia ... a strong contributor in the Lady Vols' overtime win against William & Mary ... played a season-high 70 minutes in a win over Alabama.
Freshman (2011 at Tennessee) Saw action primarily as a defender, playing in eight games and starting four en route to 317 total minutes during the season ... was a major contributor to UT's defensive efforts in five straight shutouts, including one over No. 18 Texas A&M ... played a season-high 83 minutes in a win at Kansas.
High School: Was a multi-sport athlete at Kelvin HS, including cross country, basketball and ultimate frisbee ... was also a member of the Canadian U-17 women's national team, helping the team to a gold at the 2010 CONCACAF women's U-17 championship ... represented Canada at the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup ... was a member of the Manitoba Provincial Team from 2005-09 and team captain for the Canada Summer Games squad in 2009 ... in club soccer, helped the 2008 Bonvital Flames U-18 squad, the 2009 South End United team and 2010 WSA North Stars to national club titles ... also recruited by North Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Personal: Born March 23 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Her parents are Brendan and Nancy Clarke and has two siblings, Emily and Hugh. Has a Canadian Senior Coaching License.