She receives the award for second-consecutive year
Cowgirls closeout last home match of the regular season
Wyoming breaks the school's all-time shutout record
UW will battle the Broncos and Aggies
UW will return home Friday to face Boise State
Freshman (2013): Played in 20 matches, starting against New Mexico and Nebraska-Omaha as a true freshman for the Cowgirls... had two points from one goal on the season... took 12 shots, with seven on goal... took three shots against Idaho State and two at UNO with one each against Drake, Weber State, Northern Colorado, Colorado State, Utah State, San Diego State and Fresno State... tallied 809 minutes on the season... earned Academic All-Conference honors.
High School: As a forward, Ramer joins the Cowgirls after being named the Minnesota Class-A Player of the Year and is a two-time first team all-state selection ... after a breakout senior season, was named the 2012 Rochester Area Female Athlete of the Year and listed on the all-state tournament team ... holds the school record in career points, goals and assists and single-season records in points, goals and assists ... also played for the St. Croix Academy club team that won the Midwest Regional League in 2012 and was a member of the Minnesota Olympic Development Team in 2011 ... an all-around athlete, was a four-time all-conference track and field selection and helped her 4x800-meter relay team to two state championships and multiple section championships ... served as class president, vice president of the student council and was a member of the National Honor Society on top of serving as a volunteer at a senior living center.
Personal: Born January 23 in Rochester, Minn. She is the daughter of Carroll and Amy Ramer and has one brother, Logan. Mother, Amy, played volleyball at Mankato State. She plans to major in pre-pharmacy at UW.