At Stanford: Outstanding outside back who made an immediate impact since she arrived as a freshman ... quick and skillful ... very intelligent player ... a four-year starter who played in four NCAA College Cups ... part of a senior class that went 94-4-4, including 52-0-1 at home, and 40-0-0 in conference play ... won four Pac-12 titles and one NCAA championship ... third all-time in career starts for Stanford, with 96.
As a Senior in 2012: Named NSCAA first-team All-American ... selected to Soccer America MVP's second team ... a TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Season second-team choice ... named to the NSCAA All-Pacific Region first team ... an All-Pac-12 first-team selection for the third time ...a four-year all-conferenceselection ... team captain ... Soccer News Net Women's College Boot finalist ... Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy finalist ... Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention ... two-time TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week selection (Oct. 8, Nov. 19) ... Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week, CS360 Primetime Performer of the Week, and Stanford/Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week, all on Oct. 29 ... scored winning goal against UCLA (Oct. 28) with left-footed shot in the box inside right post ... the 2-1 comeback victory at UCLA clinched a fourth consecutive Pac-12 title ... if Stanford needed a late goal, she would often move into center mid role, which is what she was playing when she scored the pivotal goal against UCLA ... sent in looping ball that Mariah Nogueira headed in for second-half winner in 3-2 victory over Washington State (Oct. 18) ... selected in second round, with the No. 9 overall pick, in the National Women's Soccer League draft by the Chicago Red Stars.
As a Junior in 2011: All-Pac-12 second team ... Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention ... All White Kit Preseason All-American ... Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (Oct. 10) ... scored on a powerful left-footer from the top of the box in the 42nd minute of 3-0 victory over USC (Oct. 7) ... in the NCAA quarterfinals, saved a ball off the line and then provided an assist on the 93rd minute winner in a 2-1 overtime victory over Oklahoma State... made an overlapping run, reached the end line and pulled back a centering pass to the top of the six-yard box to Lindsay Taylor, whose first touch from five yards out won the match.
As a Sophomore in 2010: Named to TopDrawerSoccer.com's Team of the Season first team ... named to the All-Pac-10 first team for the second consecutive season ... received Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention ... started all 26 matches at outside right back ... scored her first two collegiate goals and became a greater presence on the offensive end, often overlapping all the way into the opponents' penalty area ... scored first goal on a close-range shot in the 58th minute against Pacific (Sept. 12) ... headed in a rebound from point-blank range against Oregon (Nov. 7) ... helped Stanford to 15 shutouts and a 0.45 goals-against average ... named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List.
As a Freshman in 2009: Stepped into the starting lineup immediately at outside right back ... started all 24 matches she played ... had four assists during the season, all during the final four regular-season matches ... served up two assists on overlapping runs in a 3-1 victory over Arizona State (Oct. 30) ... headed a shot off the line late in the NCAA second-round match against BYU (Nov. 14) while Stanford protected a 1-0 lead ... Soccer America All-Freshman first team ... Top Drawer Soccer All-Rookie first team ... NSCAA All-Pacific Region first team ... All-Pac-10 first team ... Pac-10 All-Freshman team.
National Team Experience: Started at outside back for the United States in the FIFA U-20 World Cup in July, 2010, in Germany ... started every match in the CONCACAF U-20 Championship in Guatemala in January, 2010 ... her free-kick assist in the 60th minute of the CONCACAF semifinal sparked the U.S. to a 2-1 victory over Costa Rica and clinched a World Cup berth ... called into four U.S. U-20 camps and participated in the four-team La Manga (Spain) tournament heading into the 2010 World Cup ... started at outside back on the United States team that finished second in the inaugural FIFA U-17 World Cup, in New Zealand (Nov. 2008) ... team's Sierra Mist Player of the Game in Cup opener against Japan ... part of the U.S. national team program since 2004 with the U-14 National Development Camp ... simultaneously tore ACL and broke collarbone in a scrimmage for the U.S. U-16 team in July 2007.
High School/Club: A 2009 graduate of Lake Forest (Ill.) High School ... named 2009 National Gatorade High School Player of the Year, following Stanford teammate Teresa Noyola, who earned the same honor in 2008 ... Gatorade and IHSSCA Illinois State Player of the Year ... named to the 2009 Parade Magazine and ESPN Rise All-America teams ... two-time NSCAA Youth All-America ... scored 15 goals and had 10 assists to lead the Scouts to a 2009 regional title and into the Class 3A sectionals ... Chicago Sun-Times all-area first team, Pioneer Press North Shore co-Player of the Year ... three-time All-North Suburban Conference selection ... had 40 goals and 31 assists in three high school seasons (did not play as a junior) ... also lettered in field hockey ... played club Eclipse Select 90/91 ... led Eclipse Select to the 2006 national U-15 club title, 2008 U-17 final, two Region II championships and three Illinois State Cup titles ... won four consecutive Illinois State Cups ... rated as the nation's No. 18 college prospect for the class of 2009 by Top Drawer Soccer and No. 35 by ESPN Rise.
Personal: Daughter of David and Diane Quon ... brother, Christopher, played soccer and lacrosse at Colorado College ... sister, Sarah, performed on the USC Trojan Dance Force team ... has a younger sister, Kasey, who plays on the Stanford field hockey team ... mother played volleyball at Ripon College ... majoring in science, technology and society ... spent winter quarter, 2012, in Chile, with teammate Nina Watkins.