FRESHMAN SEASON (2018)
Played in all 24 matches for LSU … started 18 times as a member of the backline … first assist of her career came in LSU’s 2-0 win over Samford when she sent a beauty of a ball in from the left side of the pitch to Lucy Parker … played 1,673 minutes in her debut season … helped LSU’s backline hold opponents scoreless for 558 minutes, the second longest stretch in school history … part of LSU’s defensive unit that finished 2018 with the fifth-lowest goals against average (0.98) in school history … helped LSU register 10 shutouts on the season; the second most in a single season LSU history … attempted three total shots with one shot on goal during the season.
PRIOR TO LSU
Exceptional defender from British Columbia, Canada ... member of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite Super Program at the age of 17 she was invited to be a member of Team British Columbia for the 50th Canada Games ... started at central defender for the U15 Team British Columbia Team ... captain on the U13 British Columbian Team as well as with the Surrey United SC Whitecaps U13 championship team ... was an invitee to Youth Canadian National Team training camp from 2014-17 ... garnered an invite to the Canadian national team camp prior to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Daughter of Joanna and Fraser Moffatt ... has one sister Drew ... has plans on majoring in sociology ... chose LSU because it presented here with the opportunity to throw herself into a great college environment where players are focused and passionate about soccer to go along with character and academic success.