Junior Emily Brown Scores Game-Winning Penalty Kick in First Half
Goals From Belfonti and Cowley Lift Colonials to First-Ever Win Over Patriots
Colonials Look to Reach A-10 Championship for Second Consecutive Season
Seventh-Seeded Colonials to Face Second-Seeded La Salle in Quarterfinals on Thursday Morning
GW Defense Secured Back-to-Back Shutouts This Weekend
2013: Appeared in all 18 games logging 17 starts...Recorded three points on a goal and an assist...Scored first career goal, unassisted, in 2-0 win over Richmond (Nov. 3)...Assisted Nicole Belfonti's goal against No. 13 Georgetown (Aug. 30)...Took three shots throughout season and put two on goal...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
2012: Appeared in four games during sophomore campaign...Took one shot against Towson (Sept. 7)...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List and Spring 2013 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2011: Saw action in 12 games and started 10 during her rookie season...Recorded an assist on Adriana Moya's goal against Robert Morris (Sept. 4)...Three of four shots taken were on goal...Named to GW Department of Athletics and Recreation Academic Dean's List.
High School: Ranked 63 in top-100 recruits of 2011 by Top Drawer Soccer...earned four varsity letters...Earned all-district honors...Guided squad to 2009 district, regional and Virginia State championships...Also played for FC Virginia FPYC Cardinals club team...Named to ECNL All-Event Team at Players Development Academy (PDA)...Team was three-year state cup semi-finalists...Cardinals won CASL Championship, Bethesda Championship, Jefferson Cup, U.S. Club Soccer Region B Championship, U.S. Club Soccer National Cup and Washington Area Girl's Soccer (WAGS) Championship...Member of Virginia ODP state and district teams...Member of National Honor Society...Earned Principals Award with 3.98 GPA.
Personal: Elizabeth Honor Casey...Born September 20, 1993...Daughter of Elaine and Bill Casey...Has two brothers, Michael and Patrick, and one sister, Mary...Majoring in human services with minors in public health and biology.