Amy Malone
Amy  Malone

Carmel, Ind.

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2017 (Game-by-Game): Started all 18 matches at midfield … dished out two assists for both of her points … logged 1,603 minutes … played every minute of 11 matches … assisted on a goal at Bowling Green (Sept. 24) … also picked up an assist on the game-winning overtime goal against Central Michigan (Oct. 13) … fired 20 shots with eight going on goal.

2016 (Game-by-Game):
Started at midfield in all 19 matches, including all seven shutouts … fired nine shots (four on goal) … dished out two assists for both of her points this season … played 1,603 minutes, second highest on the team … played every minute of 10 matches throughout the season.

2015 (Game-by-Game):
Played in all 21 matches, earning four-straight starts from Aug. 23-Sept. 6 … fired 12 shots (four on goal) … assisted on the game-winning overtime goal against Kent State (10/11) … played all 90 minutes at Evansville (8/30) … played 60 minutes or more nine times.

2014 (Game-by-Game):
Played in all 19 matches, starting once ... scored a goal in a win at Louisville (9/7) ... also dished out three assists ... posted assists in back-to-back wins over Marshall (9/19) and Illinois State (9/21) ... played 1,099 minutes, logging at least 50 minutes 16 times despite only starting one match all year.

High School: Lettered four times in soccer while earning three letters in basketball ... played in 77 games, starting 63 times ... tallied 12 goals and 29 assists in her career ... helped high school team achieve a No. 1 national ranking by the NSCAA and ESPN Rise after winning a state title in 2011 ... club team finished national runner-up ... earned first-team all-state honors in 2013 ... named academic all-conference all four years.

Personal: Born Dec. 28, 1995 ... parents are Heidi and Ron Malone ... father, Ron, played baseball at Miami. Majoring in Kinesiology.

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