2014 (SIXTH-YEAR SENIOR)
Named to Preseason SEC Watch List ... made comeback from third ACL tear of career to return to the field vs. Vanderbilt on Sept. 21, and started every game in the midfield after that ... 959 minutes ... 19 shots, six on goal ... scored first goal of the season vs. No. 7 Texas A&M on Oct. 30, slotting one at the far post with outside of her foot ... sent Georgia into the SEC Tournament quarterfinals with her made penalty kick at the end of the shootout vs. Arkansas in the first round ... concludes career as one of top players in program history.
2013 (REDSHIRT SENIOR)
Named to SEC Watch List ... played for the first time since 2010 after returning from two ACL tears that sidelined her for the 2011 and 2012 seasons ... started all 20 games in the midfield, playing 1,487 minutes ... scored first goal in 1,069 days vs. No. 17/8 South Carolina ... added two assists on the season for four points ... took 21 shots, eight on goal ... named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 23 after the South Carolina game ... also named to the CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll on Sept. 24 ... will attempt to use final year of eligiblity in 2014 ... team representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)... SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
2012 (REDSHIRT JUNIOR)
Tore ACL a second time, forcing her to miss the season ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
Missed the season with a knee injury suffered during preseason practice ... named a recipient of the SEC Sportsmanship Award, Georgia's first in any sport since the award's inception in 2008.
Played in all 21 games, making 19 starts in the middle with an occasional trip to the attack...scored two goals and had three assists for seven points, good for fifth-best on the team...had eight shots, three on frame...first goal of the season came vs. Mississippi State after she made the switch to the front line...also scored vs. Florida in the 12th minute to give the Bulldogs an early 1-0 lead on the No. 13 Gators in Gainesville...Named to the SEC Championships All-Tournament team...named to the TopDrawerSoccer Watch List.
Started all 21 games in which she played...Scored first collegiate goal in style vs. MSU, netting the game-winner in the 81st minute after a Georgia corner kick...Part of the Georgia back line that did not allow a shot vs. Florida Atlantic on Sept. 4 for just the second time in school history and first time since 1996...Played all 90 minutes 16 times...Named SEC Freshman of the Year and to the All-Freshman Team...Second Team All-SEC selection...Top Drawer Soccer First Team All-Freshman...NSCAA First Team All-South Region.
Voted as the 2009 Georgia State Player of the Year ... Named a 2008 and 2009 NSCAA/Adidas High school All American ... 2009 AAAA State Champions ... Team was 2008 AAAA State Champions and Region Champions ... Team advanced to state semifinals in 2006 and 2007 ... Won regional championship in 2005 and 2007 ... Named to the 2007-08 NSCAA All Southern High School region team ... Named to the 2007-08 Dekalb All-County First Team ... Selected to the 2007-08 Greater Atlanta All-Area First Team ... Was a four-year varsity starter ...National Honor Society.
Member of Tophat `09 2008 premier league champions...Member of Tophat `08 gold 2006-2008...2006 premier league champions...ODP Region team 2005-2008...U-17 ODP Regional Player Pool 2007-2008...Member of U-17 ODP Region Team...Member of Region III ODP Europe Tour Team in 2008...2008 Region III ODP Europe tour 2008 Mississippi event with Region III ODP...Member of U-19 Region III ODP Team...Participated in U-19 ODP Inter-Regional Event in Mississippi...ODP State team 2003-2007...Member of NSA from 2002-2006...Part of three-time State Championship NSA team...2004-2005 Super-Y ODP National Team.
Born August 21, 1990 ... daughter of Mike and Mary Eddy ... four brothers: Michael, Chris, Bryan, and twin Andrew ... two sisters: Rachael and Becca ... two sisters-in-law, Whitney and Morgan, and brother-in-law Michael ... three nephews: Brooks, Michael, and Wade ... three nieces: Mary Mac, Anders, and Millie.