Junior forward named to All-Conference second team while first-year goalie given Pac-12 All-Freshman honors
OREGON STATE JUNIOR (2012) Played in 16 matches, starting all but one ... Missed first fourcontests of the season playing for Team Canadaat the U-20 Women's World Cup in Japan ... Compiled 15 points on the year, while scoring seven goals and dishing out an assist ... Took a team high 53 shots, with 22 of them going on goal ... Scored a pair of goals in a pair of matches, including scoresNo. 3 and 4 in OSU's Pac-12 opener vs. Utah (Sept. 21) as well as No's. 6 and 7 on Senior Day vs. Arizona (Oct. 21) ... Widely considered to be one of the fastest players within the conference ... Given a No. 16 national ranking by TopDrawerSoccer in their mid-season poll for the best 100 Collegiate Women's Soccer Players in the Nation ... Given Pac-12 Player of the Week honors for Sept. 25 following her pair of goals vs. Utah ... Named to the Pac-12 All-Conference Second Team at conclusion of regular season ... Selected to the NSCAA All-Pacific Second Team ... Awarded Pac-12 All-Academic First Team honors for the 3.86 GPA she earned while inside the classroom.
SOPHOMORE (2011) Played and started in 19 games ... Was second on the team with eight goals ... Recorded two assists and was second on the team in points with 18 ... Finished fifth in the conference with her four game winning goals ... Recorded 50 shots on the season with 18 being on goal ... Played 1,406 minutes on the season ... Was named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Women's College Team of the Week for her two goal performance against Arizona State (10/10/11) ... Selected to the Capital One Academic All-District first team ... Named to the Pac-12 All Conference second team ... Selected to the Pac-12 All-Academic first team ... Named to the NSCAA All-Pacific second team.
FRESHMAN (2010) Played in 19 games and started 11 ... Selected to Soccer America Freshman All-America First Team ... Named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year ... Named Pac-10 Player of the Week on Oct. 24 ... Finished tied for the team lead with 23 points and second with nine goals and five assists ... Scored three goals in NCAA Tournament win over Memphis ... First collegiate game and goal was against Seattle University ... Had game-winning goals against Butler, Washington State, Washington and Memphis ... Had 55 shots with 23 of those on goal on the season ... Played 1,384 total minutes.
CANADA ODP Member of the U20 Canadian National Team for two seasons ... Member of team that played at 2010 CONCACAF Cup in Guatemala ... Member of Canadian Olympic Development program for the three seasons ... Made ODP All-Star team.
SUMMER (2012) Competed for Team Canada in FIFA's U-20 World Cup, which was held in Japan. Started all three-matches for the Canadians, scoring a goal for her team in it's 2-1 loss to Norway.
CLUB Played with the Vancouver Whitecaps Prospects for two years, BC Provincial Team for three years and Super Y for two years ... Team won the Canada Games ... Was named MVP at the Canada Games ... Was the top scorer for the Vancouver Whitecaps Prospects in 2009.
HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Elgin Park Secondary in 2010 ... Lettered four seasons in soccer ... Was the top scorer and MVP ... Team was undefeated and Fraser Valley champions ... Also lettered in basketball and volleyball ... Was on the Honor Roll every semester.
PERSONAL: Born in White Rock, B.C. ... Daughter of Bob and Christina Richardson ... Father is a commercial airline pilot ... Has one brother, Mitchell ... Majoring in Health Sciences ... Chose Oregon State because "it is a developing program in the Pac-10 and close to home."