2012: In her freshman season with the Drovers, Vyse started in every game. Mostly a defender, Vyse recorded five goals and two assists for the season — that actually puts her third on the team in goals for the season. In a September game against Bethany College (Kan.), Vyse had a goal and an assist. A few games later, she had goals in back-to-back games. For her efforts, she was named All-Conference Second Team.
2012: In her freshman season, Yates saw time in every game — starting in 15 throughout the season. She scored her lone goal in a 4-3 win over conference rival Oklahoma Baptist. In that same game, she had one of her four assists.
High School: Yates was named the 2011-12 captain of the Dover Bay Secondary Senior Girls Soccer Team. In 2010, she earned the “Most Dedicated” honor for U15 Upper Vancouver Island Metro Team. She helped her team win second place with Mid Isle Highlanders in the Pacific Coast Soccer League in 2012.
2012: Worcester expected to go into her freshman season at USAO as a defender, but ended up filling in as the Drovers lone goalkeeper on the season. She started in the final 18 games, collecting 70 saves while allowing just 28 goals. She recorded a season’s record of 11-6-1 with a goals against average of 1.54. She had three shutouts on the season, including Texas Wesleyan, Bethany College (Kan.) and Saint Gregory’s University.
High School: She helped lead her team to become city champions in 2011-2012 while at Southmoore High School.
High School: At Chickasha High School, Smith was named All-District as a sophomore and as a senior. Those same years, she was named defensive MVP. Her junior year, she served as team captain. The Chickasha Chicks earned district championships her junior and senior years.