2012 SEASON: Key figure in Huskies defense ... Played in all 19 matches and right outside back, starting 18 ... Totaled 1,497 minutes of possible 1,767 ... Posted three shots during the season, one on frame ... Played every minute in six matches ... Aided the Huskies in all six of their defensive shutouts ... Part of an NIU defense that allowed the fewest goals in the Mid-American Conference ... NIU defense allowed 85 shots on goal, the second-fewest in program history ... Part of a back line that did not allow a shot on goal at Eastern Illinois (Sept. 9).
2011 SEASON: Appeared in all 19 matches, starting 18 ... Mainstay at right outside back ... Aided in all three of the Huskies shutouts in 2012 ... Part of a defense that held its opponents to 1.79 goals per game ... Helped the Huskies to a 307:24 minute shutout streak (Sept. 8-23) ... Took four shots, two on goal during the season ... Put shot on target against Wisconsin (Sept. 8) ... Recorded second shot on frame at Buffalo (Oct. 7) ... Part of a defense that limited Northern Iowa to an opponent season-low of five shots (Sept. 4).
2010 SEASON: Saw time in 15 contests, starting in three games ... started in contests against Creighton, Central Michigan (twice) ... fired shots against both Bowling Green and Central Michigan ... tallied a shot on goal against Central Michigan ... part of a Huskies defense that recorded seven shutouts to rank fourth among MAC opponents in shutouts during the 2010 season ... member of the Huskie backline that held its opponents to a 0.390 shot on goal percentage, allowing just three goals on NIU's home turf ... helped the Huskies go undefeated in conference play at home this season (4-0-1), while recording a 7-1-1 overall home record ... helped hold Huskies opponents to one goal or less 11 times this season, en route to a 9-8-1 record that gave the Huskies a MAC Tournament berth
HIGH SCHOOL: Three year varsity letterwinner with senior season still to come ... recorded three goals and five assists in her sophomore season to help her team to the sectional championship, where it took home second place ... led her team to conference, regionals, sectionals and supersectional titles her junior season ... registered three assists that season to help her team to a third-place finish at state ... named all-conference first team and all-area first team her junior season ... garnered all-sectional honors as a junior ... played for the Windy City Pride under coach Ko Thanadabouth ... played in every game throughout her club career.
PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS: Daughter of Annie and Larry Solomon ... plans to major in mathematics with a minor in secondary education ... aspires to become a teacher ... admires Mia Hamm and Patrick Kane.