2008: Started 22 of 23 games as a team captain ... One of four Spartans to score 25 or more points in 2008 ... Tallied 28 points, including seven goals and 14 assists ... Her 14 assists led the team and she set career-highs in both assists and points ... Notched one or more points in 14 games and finished 25th nationally in assists per game (0.61) ... Third in the Big Ten in assists (14) and fourth in assists per game (0.61) ... Tied for first in assists (5) and assists per game (0.83) in Big Ten games ... Recorded a season-high six points twice (vs. Louisville on Aug. 31, vs. Indiana on Oct. 3) ... Had a six-game point streak, beginning on Sept. 26 ... Named to the NFHCA National Academic Team ... Garnered Academic All-Big Ten honors.
2007: Started eight games, and played in all 22 ... Scored seven goals and two assists on the season, totaling 16 points ... Claimed two goals in MSU's 11-1 rout of St. Louis (Sept. 9) ... Claimed Academic All-Big Ten accolades and was named to the NFHCA National Academic Team.
2006: Saw action in all 20 games, starting 11 ... Scored five goals, good for fourth on the team ... Fourth on the team in total points with 10 ... Fifth on the team in attempted shots with 20 ... Led the team in scoring during the Big Ten Tournament with a total of three goals ... Named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team ... Also excelled in the classroom, earning a place on the NFHCA National Academic Team and bringing in Academic All-Big Ten honors.
2005: Appeared in 16 games, starting in 10 ... Produced seven points and two goals ... Notched first collegiate goal vs. James Madison (Sept. 9) ... Assisted the game-winner the next day against Saint Louis (Sept. 10) ... Scored second goal at Indiana (Sept. 24) ... Tallied an assist vs. Central Michigan (Sept. 27) and again at Iowa (Oct. 1).
Prior to MSU: Earned four letters in field hockey at duPont Manual High School ... Team captain as a senior ... Two-time all-state first-team and two-time all-county honoree ... Selected to the all-state tournament team in 2003 and 2004 ... Registered 15 goals as a junior and 17 as a senior ... Team finished 15-1 during her senior year and was ranked No. 2 in the State ... Named team's Best Offensive Player for three years ... Also lettered in softball (2001) and tennis (2005).
Personal: Born May 19, 1987 ... Daughter of John and Kathy Riley ... Hospitality business major.
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