Hillary is a sophomore forward from Garfield High School in Seattle, Wash. This weekend, she scored the game-winner for the Cardinal against Arizona State, marking the third goal and second game-winner of her career. Hillary has started 11 games this season, and is the team's fourth-leading scorer with two goals and four assists on the year.
Question of the Week: What is your favorite thing about your team?
"The thing that I like most about our team is that everyone gets along so well. I think that we're pretty unusual in that we all hang out together all the time. It's great that we're all like best friends and we're also able to come on the field and balance it out with going at people and fighting together."
The Week That Was: Arizona State and Arizona
"We did really well this weekend because we had a comeback. It was our first comeback win and I think that really showed that we can fight. Before we had had a couple of games that we hadn't really battled, but we really came out and showed these teams that we can fight as well as play beautiful soccer, which was fun. Obviously, it was really good for us to score six goals because we didn't score any down at the LA schools. We were kind of worried about our confidence, so it was great to go out there and get a lot of goals and get the team going again."
The Week That Is: Washington State and Washington
"It's always great to go into a weekend having scored six goals and had so many shots, especially for team morale. Being from Washington, I have a lot of friends that play at the Washington schools. Last year, my one goal of the season was against UW at home so that was obviously really fun for me. It would be really good to beat them again. I think that UW especially is going to be really feisty this year because they had a rough season last year. They've got a lot of wins so far this year so they're definitely a different team from last year, which will be interesting to play against. I think we're going to have a really good weekend. I'm really looking forward to it."