#14/4 Irish set to clash with Hurricanes at 8 p.m. ET Friday
No. 10/3 Irish Open Conference Slate At No. 11/13 Clemson Saturday
#12/11 Notre Dame fends off one-goal deficit, plays on to the NCAA tournament's third round
Notre Dame is unbeaten at home (13-0) in first round NCAA matches all-time
Notre Dame hosts Valparaiso in NCAA first round on Friday at 7 p.m. (ET)
Debuted each year at the OSCARS - the year-end highlight video provides a look back at all 26 varsity sports competed at the University of Notre Dame and is created in cooperation with the Student Welfare and Development Office and LeSea Broadcasting.
The women's soccer team was victorious over Syracuse at Alumni Stadium on October 28th.
The Notre Dame Women's Soccer team played the University of North Carolina on 9/2/12 at Alumni Stadium.
Notre Dame shut out East Carolina in a 5 to 0 win on Sunday, August 26th in Alumni Stadium.
Women's Soccer Defeated Providence 3 to 0 in Alumni Stadium on October 2nd.
The Lady Irish fall to Louisville 1-0 on Friday, September 16th
2014: All-ACC Third Team ... co-ACC Player of the Week, College Sports Madness ACC Player of the Week and Notre Dame Tire Rack Student-Athlete of the Week after her performance against Clemson (October 28, 2014).
2011: BIG EAST All-Rookie Team.
Four-year monogram winner ... gifted striker who plays ball well with either foot ... athleticism and creativity make her a dangerous option ... also has speed and strength to be a target in the final third ... evolved into one of team's primary offensive threats.
AS A SENIOR: Played in 19 games and started 17 … scored a total of seven goals and two assists… goals against Pittsburgh, Clemson and Louisville were game-winning … named co-ACC Player of the Week, College Sports Madness ACC Player of the Week and Notre Dame Tire Rack Student-Athlete of the Week after her performance against Clemson (October 28, 2014) … scored two goals in the game against Oakland … played a total of 1,404 minutes … selected as an All-ACC Third Team pick ... earned a monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 22 matches, starting 20 times ...led team in goals (7-tied) and shots on goal (28) and was second in points (18), total shots (54) and match-winning goals (3) ... stormed from the gate to start season, scoring opening goal in first five minutes during each of Notre Dame's first three matches ... connected 4:22 into win over No. 25 Illinois (4-1), posting fourth-quickest goal in season opener in school history (fastest since 2006, when Kerri Hanks scored 1:19 into win over Iowa State) ... posted second career two-goal match with brace against Northwestern (4-1); had team's quickest goal of season (fastest since 2010 and seventh-fastest in past 15 seasons), scoring 1:12 into match before adding second goal just 5:05 later, while chalking up career-high four shots on goal (season-high six shots total) ... got Irish rolling in Notre Dame adidas Invitational opener vs. Oakland (4-0), scoring just 2:06 into contest, when adding assist on Morgan Andrews' first career goal ... found net again little over week later vs. Detroit (4-0), converting Andrews' assist for 59th-minute goal ... assisted on Notre Dame's first-ever goal in ACC play, setting up Crystal Thomas in 16th minute of win at North Carolina State (3-1) ... had assist on first of Cari Roccaro's three goals in 32nd minute vs. #21 Maryland (5-0) ... switched places with Roccaro and scored off the latter's assist in 19th minute to ignite victory over Pittsburgh (3-0), notching season-best six shots (three on goal) in contest ... recorded six shots in 1-0 loss at No. 10 Virginia Tech ... assisted on Thomas' insurance goal in 59th minute at Clemson (2-0) ... scored in 28th minute of ACC Championship quarterfinal at No. 5 Virginia Tech, giving Notre Dame halftime lead in eventual double-overtime loss (1-2) ... came off bench in team's first two NCAA Championship matches vs. Iowa and Western Michigan, tallying four shots in the latter outing ... returned to lineup for NCAA third-round loss at No. 11 Michigan ... looked solid during spring 2014 campaign, tallying goals in wins over Michigan (1-0), Valparaiso (3-1) and the Mexico Under-20 National Team (2-0) ... earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Regular in Irish lineup, appearing in all 24 matches and starting 21 times ... ranked fourth on team in minutes played (1,779) ... set career highs in virtually all categories ... led team in total shots (72) and match-winning goals (4) ... ended up second on team in goals (7), assists (4), points (18) and shots on goal (23) ... ranked among top 10 in BIG EAST for match-winning goals (2nd), total shots (4th) and shots per match (3.00, 8th) ... three of match-winning goals came during BIG EAST play, tying her for conference lead ... also placed among BIG EAST leaders during regular-season league contests in shots per match (3.00, t-5), goals (4, t-6th), total shots (30, 6), points (10, t-7th) ... earned primary assist on Elizabeth Tucker's second goal of night at Tulsa (2-0) ... fired career-high 10 shots in home opener against East Carolina (5-0), also opening her season goalscoring account with unassisted strike in 66th minute ... picked up critical insurance goal (and eventual match-winner) in BIG EAST opener against Louisville (2-1), intercepting clearing pass and rounding goalkeeper for empty-net score in 49th minute ... tied career high with two assists in rout of Cincinnati (7-0), setting up Tucker in first half and rookie Katie Naughton five minutes after the break for the latter's first career goal ... tallied point for third time in four matches with second-half assist against Oakland (3-0), helping Crystal Thomas break the ice for Irish in 69th minute ... posed major problems in win at Connecticut (4-0), not only ringing up six shots, but tallying first score of the day (and second match-winning goal of season) with unassisted marker with 2:09 left in first half ... found back of net for second match in a row, scoring midway through second half of Senior Night win over Seton Hall (5-1) ... played career-high 104 minutes in double-overtime draw with Rutgers (2-2) ... scored most dramatic goal of her young career in regular-season finale at DePaul, connecting with 4:52 left in second overtime for 1-0 win that helped Irish clinch share of BIG EAST National Division title ... goal earned her a spot on BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll ... made most of a rare relief appearance in NCAA Championship opener vs. Milwaukee (3-1), scoring match-winning goal in 53rd minute to help Irish erase early deficit ... capped shocking NCAA Championship third-round win at #8 Florida (2-0) with unassisted goal in 71st minute, weaving through traffic at top of box before cutting back across grain with shot that had UF goalkeeper leaning wrong way ... played all 90 minutes in NCAA quarterfinal at #7 Florida State, the last of three matches during the season that saw her go the distance (all on the road, having also done so at Wisconsin and Washington) ... had strong spring 2013 season, ending with assist on Thomas' opening goal (on shot off crossbar) in win over Haiti National Team (2-1) ... earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: BIG EAST All-Rookie Team selection ... appeared in all 21 matches, starting 12 times ... second among Irish freshmen in minutes played (1,198) ... tied for second on team in goals scored (6), as well as third in points (15) ... all six goals came during conference play, ranking her fifth in the BIG EAST in both total goals and goals per match (0.55) ... also was ninth in league for points (14) and points per match (1.27) during BIG EAST regular-season action ... collected first collegiate point with assist against Tulsa (7-1) at Notre Dame adidas Invitational ... registered season-high five shots in Notre Dame adidas Invitational win over Indiana (4-1) ... scored first collegiate goal in 88th minute at Cincinnati (4-1) ... found back of net for second consecutive match with 28th-minute strike at South Florida (1-1) ... earned Fox Soccer Channel Player of the Match honors against USF ... posted first multi-goal match of her career with season highs of two goals and four points against Connecticut (3-0) ... notched opening goal in 22nd minute of win over Providence (3-0) ... after weekend performances against UConn and Providence, was named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (Oct. 3), as well as earning spot on Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week and selection as Our Game Magazine Player To Watch ... scored insurance goal in 22nd minute, while recording season-best three shots on goal and playing her first complete match (90 minutes) at Seton Hall (2-0) ... played major role in win over Villanova (3-1), assisting on both Irish goals in final 5:34 to break 1-1 draw (first career multi-assist match) ... turned in strong spring 2012 season, capped by two goals, including match-winner with 6:26 left to defeat Haiti National Team (2-1) that later formed foundation for 2012 Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) Elite League club FC Indiana ... earned a monogram.
WPSL/ODP/CLUB HIGHLIGHTS: Played summer of 2012 with Beach FC (based in Long Beach, Calif.) of WPSL ... ranked fifth in February 2011 Top Drawer Soccer club soccer player ratings (five-star ranking; No. 2 forward in nation) ... invited and attended the adidas Elite Soccer Program (ESP) ... twice invited to attend the U.S. Club Soccer id2 National Identification Program ... member of Cal South ODP team from 2006-11 ... enjoyed considerable success on club level with Costa Mesa, Calif.-based So Cal Blues, the nation's top-ranked club program (according to February 2011 Top Drawer Soccer ranking), playing for head coach Randy Dodge ... helped her teams (U-15 through U-18 squads) to combined 160-25-25 record ... recorded career club totals of 131 goals (including 49 match-winners) and 150 assists, accounting for 60 percent of her team's offensive production ... chalked up at least 30 goals and 40 assists during each of her club seasons ... helped So Cal Blues to three consecutive appearances in U.S. Youth Soccer (USYS) Nationals, finishing second in 2008 (U-15) and third in 2009 (U16) before winning U17 national championship in 2010 ... led 2010 USYS U-17 Nationals in scoring with six goals in seven matches ... also helped club to 26 tournament and league titles in her career, including an unprecedented five consecutive Surf Cup championships, as well as four Blues Cup crowns, a USYS Region IV title, two Far West Regional League championships and a U.S. Club Soccer title.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., where she played for head coach Chuck Morales ... registered career totals of 100 goals and 34 assists (234 points), including a combined 79 goals and 19 assists (177 points) in her final two prep seasons alone ... recorded school-record 51 goals and 10 assists as senior in 2010-11 (tied for eighth in nation in goals) ... chalked up (then) school-record 28 goals (including five hat tricks) and nine assists in 2009-10 ... in final two seasons, netted 31 match-winning goals and scored multiple goals in 25 matches, while accounting for approximately 60 percent of her team's goal scoring production in that span ... 2011 Gatorade High School Player of the Year in state of California ... two-time NSCAA High School All-American (2009, 2010) ... NSCAA Youth All-American (2010) ... three-time ESPN/RISE Magazine All-American (first team in 2009-10 and 2010-11; honorable mention in 2008-09) ... three-time NSCAA All-Region VIII selection (2008-10) ... two-time NSCAA California High School Player of the Year (2010, 2011) ... three-time first-team all-state selection (2009, 2010, 2011) ... two-time Orange County Register California Female Player of the Year (2010, 2011) ... ESPN RISE Greater Los Angeles Girls Athlete of the Year (2010) ... two-time Trinity League Most Valuable Player (2009, 2010) ... helped Santa Margarita to 2009-10 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division I semifinals and Trinity League championship ... last name is pronounced "BOWE-uh-boy" ... daughter of Cheri and Michael Bohaboy ... has twin brother, Michael ... one of seven California natives on the 2014 Fighting Irish roster along with two juniors -- defender Charlotte Anderson (Pasadena) and forward Anna Maria Gilbertson (Davis) -- and four freshmen -- Paige Crowley (Los Gatos), Kaitlin Klawunder (Coto de Caza), Taylor Klawunder (Coto de Caza) and Lexi Nicholas (Pleasanton) ... enrolled in Notre Dame's top-ranked Mendoza College of Business as a marketing major.
Bohaboy's Career Statistics
Bohaboy In the Postseason