|Major:||Environmental Studies & Art History|
|Parents:||Craig & Laura Mullins|
Mullins earned the first post-season honors of her career during the 2011 season, as the sophomore was named to the all-South Atlantic Region and all-University Athletic Association (UAA) first teams. She was fourth among all Emory players with 15 points during the year, and third with six goals to go along with her three assists. Starting all 20 games during the campaign, Mullins scored game-winning goals against UAA opponents Case Western Reserve University (October 14th) and Brandeis University (October 28th), and assisted on the game-winning goal in the Eagles' 3-0 victory over Piedmont College in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, one of two assists she recorded in the game. She was fourth among all UAA players with three goals and fifth with six points during conference play. Mullins scored goals in three-straight games for Emory from September 23rd - 28th. She was also a part of an Emory defense that set a school record with just five goals allowed and a 0.242 goals-against average, the third-lowest mark among Division III squads in 2011. In addition, the Eagles backline set a new program high-water mark with 16 shutouts during the campaign, and were third in the nation with a 0.8 shutout percentage. Mullins helped the Emory defense limit opponents to just 6.35 shots per game and 2.6 shots on goal per game during the campaign. The center midfielder was second on the team with 46 shots during the year, 24 of which were on goal. Mullins was named the UAA Defensive Athlete of the Week on October 24th. She ended her sophomore campaign with nine goals and nine assists for 27 points, and has started each of Emory's 42 games during her two seasons on the team.
Mullins was the only Emory freshman to start all 22 games during the season, and finished the year with 1,782 minutes played, the second-most in the program's history. She led all Emory players with six assists during the season, and her 12 points were the fourth-most by an Eagle in 2010. Mullins added on three goals, including the game-winning scores during the Eagles' 7-0 win over Agnes Scott College on September 22nd and their 4-1 win over Oglethorpe University on October 12th. She finished the Agnes Scott game with a season-best five points, coming on two goals and an assist. Despite playing in her first postseason, Mullins is already tied for Emory's career lead with two assists in NCAA Tournament matches, one coming on the game-winning goal against Maryville College, and the other on the game-tying goal against Wheaton College. Mullins had a season-best two assists at Maryville College during the regular season on September 26th. She was also a contributor to an Emory defense that recorded a 0.56 goals-against average, the 23rd-lowest mark among NCAA Division III teams during the year. Opponents averaged just 4.1 shots on goal per game against the Eagles' defense, including 11 games of three shots on goal or less. Mullins was named the University Athletic Association's (UAA) Defensive Player of the Week on September 27th.
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|2011||NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region||First Team|
Prior to Emory:
Played on the Marist School soccer team for four seasons, serving as the team captain during her senior campaign... Was coached by Sergio Stadler... Also played club soccer for the Tophat Soccer Club, and served as the squad's captain from 2004-10... Her club team was coached by Kerry Gregg.
Born October 14, 1991... Was a member of the Spanish Honor Society and served as the National Honor Society President.
"I chose Emory because it is a perfect blend of academic and athletics, and the campus and weather are beautiful."