The junior scored a program-record four goals in the Redbirds' 9-2 victory over Indiana State
Kyla Cross became the first player in program history to score four goals in one game, while the nine team goals is also a record
Five Redbirds scored in the victory, as ISU tallied the second-most goals in program history
The Illinois State soccer team is adding freshman Sarah Mussallem to the fold for its 2012 campaign
2012: Made 15 appearances, all as a substitute...recorded two assists on the year...first-career point came with an assist against Florida Atlantic (Aug. 24)...tallied another assist against Indiana State (Oct. 14)...fired only shot on goal at Toledo (Sept. 16).
Prior to ISU: Four-year letterwinner at Morton High School for head coach Brian Deters...all-state, team captain and team MVP as a senior...helped lead Morton to first Super-Sectional...scored 17 goals and added 30 assists...broke school record for assists in a game (5), season (30) and career (71)...all-state and all-sectional selection as junior after scoring 22 goals and tallying 19 assists...led Morton to conference and regional titles and a 19-3-2 overall record...scored 15 goals and dished out 13 assists as a sophomore to earn first-team all-conference honors...led team to a 17-5-3 record and conference and regional championships...named to the Peoria Journal Star All-Metro Team as a junior and sophomore...named second-team all-conference as a freshman after scoring nine goals and recording nine assists.
Personal: Born September 16, 1993...daughter of Artie Campbell and Cynthia Meinders...has three siblings, Dana, Lana and Jessica...her sister, Jessica, played soccer at Illinois Central College...is undecided on her major.