THIS YEAR: Returns as one of 11 seniors with four years of experience in the Cougar soccer program.
2011 (junior): Missed most of the year with a knee injury...Played in five matches, starting four times...Recorded an assist in the season opener against Trinity Western on August 25...Finished the season with four shots, two on goal...Team went 4-1 when Conforto played, and 4-0 when she started.
2010 (sophomore): Appeared in 20 games, 18 as a reserve and two as a starter ... Recorded one goal against California Baptist in the NAIA National Tournament and an assist against Concordia for a total of three points on the season ... Six of 13 shots taken were on goal for a shots on goal percentage of .462 ... Received zero infractions ... Team went 2-0 in games she started and 17-2-1 in games which she appeared.
2009 (freshman): As a 2009 freshman appeared in 21 of the Cougars' 22 games, starting 13 ... Posted two goals and two assists on the season ... Assisted fellow Washingtonian Molly Lavin for the game-winning goal against Fresno Pacific ... Scored a key goal in the 2-1 NAIA Tournament second round win over Indiana Wesleyan.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played three years of varsity soccer for head coach Patrick Scheibe at Redmond (Wash.) High ... Captained the Mustangs her senior year
PERSONAL: Born March 29, 1991 ... Parents Mike and Tracie Conforto ... Has one brother ... Father, Mike, played football at Penn State and uncle, Brian Ching, played soccer at Gonzaga University and is currently a member of the US National team.