BLUEJAY CAREER: 2010 (Junior) - Named Missouri Valley Conference honorable-mention Scholar-Athlete ... Started all 20 of the matches she played in, missing one due to a red card ... Scored two goals on the season, one which was the match-winning goal against Northern Iowa in the 3-2 win (Oct. 2) ... Played in 13 complete matches, including three overtime matches ... Dished off two assists on the season, the first at Missouri State (Oct. 22) and then in the 5-0 semifinal win over Evansville in the MVC Tournament (Nov. 5) ... Played 1,652 minutes, good for third on the team ... Key middle defender in the defense that allowed just 18 goals in 21 matches, good for a 0.83 team goals against average ... Defense recorded 10 shutouts, the second-best in a single season in school history.
2009 (Sophomore) – Started 10 of the 14 matches in which she appeared ... Started all six Missouri Valley Conference matches played ... Missed the first six matches of the season due to injury ... Made her season debut against Lamar (Sept. 6) ... Her first start of the season came against Indiana State (Sept. 25) ... Recorded her only two assists of the season at Evansville (Oct. 29), on the first and last goal of CU’s 4-1 win.
2008 (Freshman) – Named to the MVC All-Freshman Team ... Started 17 of the 19 matches in which she appeared ... Started the first 10 matches of her career, then came off the bench for two contests before starting the final seven matches ... First career goal served as the overtime game-winner in her home debut, giving the Jays a 3-2 win over South Dakota State (Aug. 24) ... Her three shots and two on goal against SDSU were season-highs ... Logged her first career assist against Portland State (Sept. 12) ... Also assisted goals against Northern Illinois (Sept. 21) and at Missouri State (Oct. 19) ... Scored her second goal of the year against North Dakota (Oct. 21).
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner ... Two-year team captain was honored as the team MVP with 17 goals and nine assists as a senior ... An all-state and all-conference selection as a senior when she had 14 goals and eight assists ... Also selected to play in the senior all-star game ... Missed parts of sophomore and junior seasons due to injury, but had nine goals and six assists and earned honorable-mention all-state as a sophomore ... Part of state championship team as junior ... Played her freshman season at Onate High School in Las Cruces, N.M., where she led Class AAAA in scoring with 49 goals and 26 assists and was named the District 3 Player of the Year and earned all-state honorable mention accolades.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Jennifer Mauer ... Born March 13, 1990, in Madison, Wis. ... Youngest of three children; Mia (24) and Marlo (22) ... Marketing major ... Father played football at the University of Nebraska and is the head football coach at Concordia-St. Paul University ... Relative of Minnesota Twins all-star and MVP catcher Joe Mauer.