Illini Return Seven Starters from 2013 Sweet Sixteen Team
Illini Reached Fourth NCAA Sweet Sixteen; Flaws Broke School Record with NCAA-Best 23 Goals
Seven Illini Seniors Reflect on Memories from Illinois Soccer
Photos from Illinois' Senior Day shutout (2-0) of Michigan State at the Illinois Soccer Stadium
Midfielder Megan Green.
2013 - Junior: Played in 10 games and made two starts, totaling 221 minutes ... Scored her first career goal against College of Charleston (8/30) ... Took four shots with two on goal ... Took two shots against College of Charleston (8/30) and one each against Illinois State (9/1) and Arizona State (9/6) ... Made first career start at Indiana (10/6) and played a career-high 44 minutes ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2012 - Sophomore: Saw action in four non-conference games and totaled 80 minutes ... Took a shot at Illinois State while playing a season-high 41 minutes ... Also on field for wins over Milwaukee and UC Santa Barbara.
2011 - Freshman: Did not play during the 2011 season.
Four-time All-Upstate 8 Conference (2008-11) ... Two-time Upstate 8 All-Sectional (2010-11) ... 2010-11 Daily Herald All-Area Team ... 2011 Naperville Sun All-Area ... 2009-11 All-Academic ... Two-time IHSA State Champion at Waubonsie Valley (2008, 2010) ... Illinois Olympic Development Program (ODP) team member from 2005-08 ... Attended U-15 National ID Camp and 2008 Region II Germany tour and inter-regional camp ... Indiana Prairie Scholar and a four-year honor roll student.
Born March 6, 1993 ... Parents are Don and Gail Green ... Brother, Mike, is also a student at the University of Illinois ... Majoring in health ... Hobbies include rollerblading, spending time with friends, watching movies and shopping ... Biggest sports thrill is being the underdog ... Favorite athlete is Peyton Manning because he is successful and talented, but humble about it ... Favorite teams are the Indianapolis Colts and Manchester United ... Favorite band is the Fray ... Her parents most influenced her athletic career.
Updated July 2014