2001 - Eclipsed Carrie Staber’s mark of 185 on UK’s career shots chart... Moved into second place on UK’s career goals list... Voted PNC Bank Student Athlete of the Week for Sept. 24-30... Has started in all 21 games played... Saw action in the UK defense, midfield and at forward... Voted 2001 team captain... Assisted two consecutive game-winning goals by Alli Haeussler in UK’s victories over Vanderbilt (9/2) and Michigan (9/7)... Recorded a hat-trick and two assists in the Cats’ 7-1 SEC win over Alabama (10/26)... 2001 First-team All-SEC... 2001 SEC All-Tournament Team... 2001 Soccer Buzz Honorable Mention All-America... 2001 Soccer Buzz Great Lakes Region First Team.
2000 - Named to the Soccer Buzz All-Great Lakes Region third team... Named to SEC All-Tournament team... Started in all 20 games in which she played... Moved into the top spot on UK’s all-time list for career assists with 25... Ranks third on the all-time list for career goals with 26... Second on the all-time list with 77 career points and 163 shots... Tied for the record of assists in a single season with 11... Is fifth in points for a single season with 27... Is fourth with 65 shots in a single season... Took 65 shots... Scored eight goals, the third-highest on the team for the season... Tallied 11 assists... Combined goals and assists for 27 points... Scored two game-winning goals... Finished the season second in the SEC in assists... Scored the game-winning goal against Cincinnati for the season’s first victory... Assisted on Keri Boyce’s game-winning goal in the second overtime against Vanderbilt... Scored second game-winning goal against Alabama... Had a goal or an assist in six straight games... Inducted into the Frank G. Ham Society of Character... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.
1999 - UK’s leading scorer... Broke the UK single-season record for goals (15), points (39), and shots (71)... Selected first-team All-SEC by the league’s coaches... Named first-team All-Great Lakes Region by Soccer Buzz and second-team All-Great Lakes Region by the NSCAA... Tallied nine assists and five game-winning goals... Ranked third in the SEC in points and tied for fourth in goals scored... Scored at least a point in eight consecutive games (10/8-10/31)... Tallied a goal or tallied an assist in 16 of UK’s 21 games... Scored the game-winner in the Cats’ 3-1 victory over Xavier... In the Cats’ 3-0 win against Dayton, she scored two goals and recorded an assist... Recorded two goals in UK’s 4-1 win over 12th-ranked Georgia including the game-winner... With less than 15 minutes remaining in a scoreless game against Cincinnati, she scored the game-winner from five-yards... Scored the game-winner in the 67th minute in UK’s 5-2 victory over Vanderbilt... Assisted on teammate Keri Boyce’s game-winning goal in the Cats’ 1-0 overtime victory... Was 2-for-2 on penalty kicks... Named the SEC Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 20-26 and Oct. 4-10... She and teammate Boyce were the only players to receive the conference POW honor twice during the season... Ranks fourth all-time at UK for career goals, career assists, and career points (50)... Started all 21 games.
1998 - Sat out the 1998 season as a medical redshirt.
1997 - Ranked fifth on the team with 11 points as a freshman, tying for the team lead with five assists... Was one of just five players to start all 22 games... Picked up her first career point with an assist against Marquette at the Wisconsin Tournament... Had a breakout game in the win against Georgia, scoring two goals and adding an assist in UK’s 4-1 win... Also added a goal in UK’s 4-0 win over Detroit... Picked up an assist in UK’s 4-0 win at Mississippi State... Stepped up in the SEC Tournament, assisting a Carrie Staber goal in both games to finish with two assists in the tournament.
Pre-College - Parade All-American and All-Ohio her senior year at Westerville South High School... Central District player of the year... Three-time conference player of year... Member of 1994 and 1995 state champion girls’ soccer team... Lettered four years.
Personal - Most memorable moment in sports was her team winning state championships... Born 2/11/79 in Newark, Ohio... Parents are Doug and Polly Gage.