Wheatley Stops Two Penalty Kicks, Flaws Scores 17th Goal
Senior Becomes First Illini Ever to Record Multiple Goals in Four Consecutive Games
Senior Recognized with Top Weekly Honor by Disney Soccer/NSCAA, ESPNW, Top Drawer Soccer, College Sports Madness
Senior Scored All Five Goals in Illinois' Wins over Indiana, Purdue Last Week
Illini Tally Third Straight Shutout; Flaws Nets Three Goals in Final 10:25
Photos from Illinois' Senior Day shutout (2-0) of Michigan State at the Illinois Soccer Stadium
Photos from Illinois' 6-2 victory over College of Charleston in the home opener at the Illinois Soccer Stadium
Forward Jannelle Flaws.
2013 - Redshirt-Junior: University of Illinois Dike Eddleman Female Athlete of the Year... Big Ten Forward of the Year ... The Daily Illini Athlete of the Year ... Tied for first in the NCAA with a school-record 23 goals, which ranks as the sixth-most in a season by a Big Ten player ... Led the Big Ten with 48 points (23 goals, 2 assists) ... Top Drawer Soccer Third-Team Best XI ... First-team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region ... First-team All-Big Ten ... Broke Emily Brown's 14-year-old record of 18 goals from 1999 ... Set the Big Ten and school record for most shots in a season with 126 ... Equaled the Big Ten record for most shots in a game with 14 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament against Portland ... Accounted for 43 percent (23 of 54) of Illinois' goals and averaged 1.00 goal per game ... Found the net in 15 of 23 games, notched five game-winning goals and boasted six multi-goal games, including a pair of hat tricks ... Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week following her first career hat trick against Illinois State (9/1) ... Initially took over the NCAA lead in goals and equaled Illinois' school record following her second career hat trick at Northwestern (10/17) ... Named to the Sun Devil Classic All-Tournament Team ... CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer (10/15), Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week Selection (10/15) and College Sports Madness Big Ten Player of the Week (10/15) after leading Illinois to a win over Wisconsin (10/12) with two goals ... Chicagoland Soccer News Player of the Week (9/1 & 10/20) ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2012 - Redshirt-Sophomore: Did not play due to leg injury.
2011 - Redshirt-Freshman: Big Ten All-Freshman Team ... Played in 22 contests on the season mainly as a reserve forward, tallying her first collegiate goal vs. #13 Pepperdine and first collegiate assist vs. Oregon ... Also scored a goal at Ohio State and assisted on another against Indiana ... Made her first collegiate start against Michigan, scoring her final tally of the season during the contest ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2010 - Freshman: Redshirted her first season after suffering a knee injury in her final high school season.
IHSSCA All-State as a junior and senior in 2009 and 2010 after earning all-sectional honors in 2007 and 2008 ... Four-time All-Central Suburban South ... Two-time Chicago Sun-Times All-Area in 2009 and 2010 ... Three-time Central Suburban League All-Conference ... Had 145 career goals and 329 career points, both of which are Glenbrook South records ... Led Glenbrook in scoring all four years of her career ... Scored a school-record five goals in a game for Glenbrook South in 2009 ... Helped Glenbrook South to regional titles in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 and the sectional title in 2008 and 2010 ... 2010 Glenbrook team made the Class AAA state semifinals ... Earned four letters in soccer and three in basketball, where she started as a point guard ... Played club with ELA Elite, winning two State Cup titles (2003, 2004), one Region II title (2007) and advancing to nationals in 2007 ... Club coaches were Tom Chmela and Rick Guiney ... Was a teammate on ELA Elite of former Illini teammate Kassidy Brown.
Born Nov. 15, 1991 ... Daughter of Kenneth and Luanne Flaws ... Has three siblings, Breanna, Teigan and Challen ... Majoring in recreation, sport & tourism with a concentration in sport management ... Comes from an athletic background with a number of relatives who have played Division I sports.
Updated September 2014