Sarah Duncan named to second team, 10 Utes earn honorable mention.
Utes and Buffs will square off at 3 p.m. on Pac-12 Network.
Utes face Sun Devils live on Pac-12 Network at 8 p.m. MT.
Utes close out regular season with five consecutive road matches.
Utes look to get back to winning ways against Ducks.
2013: Honorable mention All Pac-12 ... second team Pac-12 All-Academic selection ... Led the team in assists and finished second in points despite missing three games ... three assists in Pac-12 games, eighth overall ... Scored the equalizer for the Utes against No. 2 UCLA, the eventual NCAA champion ... Notched a three-point game with her first goal and an assist in win over Southern Utah ... scored a goal in the win over Big Sky champion Weber State ... assisted on the game-winner against USC ... picked up an assist against NCAA regional semifinalist Colorado ... assisted on the game-tying goal vs. UC Davis ... had an assist in a win at NCAA qualifier Washington State ... took 38 shots, putting 13 on goal ... one of six Utes to be named to the Dean's List for both semesters ... one of 18 Utes to be named to the Athletics Academic Honor Roll both semesters
2012: Started 16 of her 18 games ... scored her first career goal to earn a draw at Boise State ... assisted on second goal against Southern Utah ... was second on the team with 39 shots and 18 shots-on-goal ... named Honorable Mention Academic All Pac-12 ... one of 19 Utes named to the Athletics Academic Honor Roll both semesters ... one of 11 Utes to make the Dean's List both semesters.
2011: Played in 12 games, making two starts ... tallied her first career assist in a 3-1 win over Idaho State, then assisted on the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory against Oregon State ... took six shots, putting one on goal ... named to the Dean's List in both semesters ... one of 26 Utes named to the Athletics Academic Honor Roll in at least one semester and one of 15 to earn that status in both semesters.
High School/Club: Played varsity soccer as a freshman and sophomore in 2008, `09 at Mountain Vista HS ... was the team's leading scorer in 2009 and was named Second-Team All-Conference ... helped team to state playoffs in 2009 ... decided to forgo her junior and senior years of high school soccer in 2010-11 to be a volunteer assistant coach for a U-11 and U-12 competitive girls team ... won three straight Tennessee club state championships with FC Alliance Velocity in 2005 and with BWSC Premier in 2006 and `07, scoring the game-winning goal in the 2005 and 2007 championship games ... won the Colorado club state championship in 2008 with Real Colorado and also captured the 2010 Super-20 Rocky Mountain Championship ... National Honor Society member ... AP Scholar with Honor and recipient of Academic Excellence Awards.
Personal: Born March 16, 1993 ... daughter of Kim Hall ... has a brother, Aaron, who attends the University of Tennessee.