|Hometown:||Byron Center, Mich.|
|High School:||South Christian|
2012 Season (Junior): Played in 19 games, making 17 starts . . . Tallied one assist on the year . . . Took five shots with four on goal . . . Logged a total of 1,677 minutes which lead the team.
2011 Season (Sophomore): Started all 19 contests . . . Played a team-leading 1,739 total minutes for the year . . . Had a single shot for the season . . . Attempted three corner kicks for the Bulldogs.
2010 Season (Freshman): Started in all team's 19 matches . . . Registered a team-leading 1,768 minutes of playing time . . . Compiled two total shots on the season, which included one shot on goal at Grand Valley State (10/30) . . . Tallied a shot at Northern Michigan (11/2) in GLIAC Tournament Quarterfinals . . . Competed in a season-high 120 minutes against Northern Michigan (10/17) in a double-overtime tie . . . Played 110 minutes apiece in away two-overtime deadlocks at Northern Michigan (9/17) and at Lewis (10/12) . . . Chalked up 100 minutes of playing time at Tiffin (10/24).
High School: Achieved 2010 all-state recognition in senior year at Grand Rapids (Mich.) South Christian High . . . Prepped by Jason Boersma . . . Graduated in 2010 . . . A three-time (2007-10) All-O.K. (Ottawa-Kent) Gold Conference selection . . . Earned all-region and all-district laurels in each of her final three seasons (2008-10) . . . Recipient of 2010 team's Most Valuable Player Award . . . Registered five points (all assists) as a senior for the 2010 campaign while helping the Sailors claim conference and district titles . . . Four-year (2007-10) varsity letterwinner in soccer . . . Also participated in junior varsity basketball.
Personal: Daughter of Kevin and Linda Foster . . . Born 3/19/92 in San Antonio, Texas . . . Has an older sister . . . Has played for six different club level teams, which includes 2007-09 with the West Michigan Fire and 2010 as a member of the Crew Juniors team . . . Club teammate of former Ferris State women's soccer student-athlete Kelsey Aubil . . . FSU Letters: Three.