BLUEJAY CAREER: 1999 -- Started in all 21 matches Led the Bluejays in all goalkeeping statistical categories for the third straight season Became the MVC's all-time leader in goalie time with 4,597 total minutes (1,903 on the season) Recorded 82 saves Chalked up four shutouts Has 24 total goalkeeping victories, third-best in CU history Ranks second in the Bluejay record book with a 1.35 goals against average Has recorded 170 career saves, earning a No. 3 spot in the CU career charts Needs two shutouts to move up to No. 2 in the Bluejay record book Named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete Team Has etched her name on every CU goalkeeping career list: victories (24-3rd), saves (17-3rd), goals against average (1.35-2nd), shutouts (16-3rd), minutes (4,597-3rd). 1998 -- Started all 17 matches in which she appeared Led the Bluejays in all goalkeeping statistical categories for the second straight season An honorable mention All-Missouri Valley Conference and All-Tournament selection Twice earned Valley Defensive Player of the Week honors Named to the All-Tournament Team at the US West TeleChoice Soccer Festival Second among MVC goalkeepers with a 0.81 goals against average, good for 23rd-best in the nation Her 11 victories (11-5-0) ties for second on CU's single-season list Her goals against average is third on the school season chart Has already etched her name on every CU goalkeeping career list: victories (17-3rd), saves (88-4th), goals against average (1.20, 2nd), shutouts (12-3rd), minutes (2694-3rd). 1997 -- Starting goalkeeper in 14 of Creighton's 18 matches on the year Finished her freshman campaign with a 6-5-2 record Led the team in every goalkeeping statistical category Tied for first in the MVC with five shutouts on the season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Received first-team all-state honors as a senior at Poudre HS A two-time first-team All-Northern Conference selection Helped lead team to back-to-back Colorado Class 4A state titles as a sophomore and junior Four-year team conference champions A second-team all-state pick her junior year Prep team posted a three-year record of 49-7-1 Also an all-conference cross country athlete on a two-time state championship team Member of National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael and Susan Phelan Uncle, Wayne Bienhoff, played in the NFL for the San Diego Chargers for two seasons An art major Completed a four-week art course in Greece in the summer of 2000 Born July 16, 1979, in Fort Collins, Colo.
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