University of Washington
2007 (Junior) Finished third on the team in scoring with six points, netting two goals and assisting on two others... Played in all 19 games, starting six times... Took 11 shots including four shots on goal... Scored the Huskies' lone goal in a 2-1 loss at UW-Milwaukie (Aug. 26) in the second game of the season; the goal was UW's first of the season... Had a goal and an assist in UW's 2-0 win over Oregon (Oct. 28) in Pac-10 play, assisting on Jenna Robison's goal and later scoring off an assist from Shuree Hyatt to clinch the Huskies' second conference win... Beal came off the bench in the second half and sparked the Huskies to victory, playing a part in both goals within nine minutes of entering the match... The score against Oregon earned her Goal of the Year at the team's awards banquet... Also provided an assist in UW's 2-1 win over Eastern Washington (Sept. 28), helping Hyatt score her third goal of the season.
2006 (Sophomore) Played all 20 games, starting eight of them ... Netted a team-leading five goals ... Also led UW with three assists and 13 total points ... Three of her goals were game-winners, against Hawaii (Aug. 25), Baylor (Sept. 10) and Arizona (Nov. 3) ... Her tally against Arizona was a golden goal in the eighth minute of overtime that was voted the team's Goal of the Year ... Tallied the team's first two goals and assisted on the final score in a 4-0 win over Baylor (Sept. 10) ... Assisted on Katy Dowling's game-winning goal against New Mexico (Sept. 22) ... An honorable mention All-Pac-10 academic team selection ... Voted UW's Offensive MVP by her teammates.
2005 (Freshman) Played all 20 games, starting seven of them ... Netted a team-leading four goals ... The only Husky to tally more than one goal during the season ... Scored a goal in each of her first two collegiate games, at sixth-ranked Penn State (Aug. 26) and against Hofstra (Aug. 28) ... Also scored against Wisconsin (Sept. 11) and San Francisco (Oct. 2) ... Had goals in two of UW's three ties ... Attempted 23 shots, the second-highest total on the team.
St. Mary's High School
Coach Gallimore on Beal