|Hometown:||Highland Park, IL|
|High School:||Highland Park|
|Parents:||Avram & Terri Feldman|
Feldman was named to the NSCAA/ Continental Tire All-South Atlantic Region Second Team during her senior year, after leading the Eagles with seven goals and 16 points in 2014. The forward scored four goals and recorded nine points in conference games (including a conference-best two game-winning goals), en route to earning a spot on the all-University Athletic Association First Team. Feldman started all 17 games she played in, and led the Eagles with 77 shots and 42 shots on goal. Five of her seven goals came against teams that would later qualify for the NCAA Tournament, including the ‘golden goal’ with just 55 seconds left in the Eagles’ 1-0 win at Centre College, as she became just the fourth player in school history with multiple career ‘golden goals.’ Her other two game-winning strikes came in back-to-back UAA wins over Case Western Reserve University on November 2nd and Carnegie Mellon University on November 8th. Feldman scored the lone Emory goals in 1-1 ties with Trinity University (September 5th) and Washington University (October 5th), with each team ranked first in Division III at the time. She was named the UAA Offensive Athlete of the Week on both September 29th and November 10th. In addition, she earned NSCAA Scholar All-South Region honors for her achievements both on the field and in the classroom. Feldman finished her Emory career ranked seventh in school history with 27 goals, eighth with 68 points and tied for 12th with seven game-winning goals.
After missing the first 14 games of the season, Feldman returned to make an immediate impact on the Eagles’ offense, scoring five goals and assisting on two others over her seven games off the bench to finish tied for fourth on the team with 12 points. Three of her goals came during the Eagles’ 6-1 victory over Piedmont in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, marking the first postseason ‘hat trick’ in the program’s history, and the 34th overall by an Eagle in the program’s history. In addition, the three scores in the game gave Feldman seven career NCAA Tournament goals, the most ever by an Eagle over a career. For her efforts in the game against Piedmont, the forward was named the University Athletic Association (UAA) Offensive Athlete of the Week. Feldman made her season debut during the Eagles’ 8-0 win over Agnes Scott on October 23rd, scoring a goal and assisting on another. She added an assist on the game-winning goal against Case Western Reserve on November 3rd, and scored a goal during the Eagles’ 3-0 victory over Carnegie Mellon on November 9th. Feldman totaled 12 shots in 229 minutes of action during the season, seven of which were on goal. At the end of her junior season, she is tied for 12th in school history with 20 career goals, and tied for 16th with 52 career points.
For the second-straight season, Feldman tied for the team lead with 20 points (tied for ninth among UAA players), in addition to a team-best eight goals (tied for seventh among UAA players) during the campaign. Playing in all 24 games and making 17 starts, she earned a spot on the all-University Athletic Association (UAA) Second Team, after recording two goals and two assists in conference play, the ninth-best mark among UAA players. Feldman saved her best play of the year for the NCAA Championships, where she scored four goals to set a new program record for most goals in a single tournament, and match Emory's career postseason scoring record. In the team's 2-1 victory over Loras College in the round of 16, she scored both of Emory's goals within a two-minute stretch at the end of the first half. In the quarterfinals, she converted a penalty kick in the shootout to help the Eagles advance to the NCAA Final Four. She also scored Emory's first goal during a 2-1 win over Wheaton College (Ill.) in the NCAA Semifinals. Feldman scored a goal in three-consecutive games against Case Western Reserve, Rochester and Lee from October 12th - 18th, the second-longest streak of her career. She helped lead Emory to a 2-1 overtime season-opening victory against top-ranked Messiah College, assisting on the first goal of the game and drawing a foul to setup the game-winning penalty kick in overtime. The following day, Feldman scored the 'golden goal' in the second overtime period against Franklin and Marshall College to give Emory a win. Of her four assists during the year, two were on game-winning goals (the second-best mark on the team), coming against the University of the South on September 15th and Case Western Reserve on October 12th. She was named the UAA Athlete of the Week on both November 19th and December 3rd. Feldman finished the year with a team-high 72 shots and 36 shots on goal. Through her two seasons on the team, Feldman has scored 15 goals and assisted on 10 others for 40 points.
Feldman made an immediate impact for the Eagles during her freshman season, finishing the year tied for the team lead in assists and points and second in goals. Her six assists were the eighth-most by a freshman in the program's history, while her 20 points rank her 10th and her seven goals 11th among freshman in the team's record book. In addition, Feldman and Merrill Bachouros became the first Emory teammates to score at least 20 points each since the 2007 season. Coming off the bench in all 20 of Emory's games during the season, she began her career by recording at least one point in each of her first six games, including goals in four-straight games from September 10th - 18th. The forward scored game-winning goals against Lynchburg College on September 11th and Berry College on October 22nd. In the game against Berry, a 2-0 Emory win, Feldman accounting for both of the Eagles' goals, the first multiple-goal game of her career. She also assisted on game-winning goals in back-to-back games against UAA opponents Case Western Reserve University (October 14th) and the University of Rochester (October 16th). She took 43 shots during the season, 23 of which were on goal. Feldman was named the UAA Athlete of the Week on September 12th and October 24th.
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|2011||Jewish Sports Review All-America||Honorable Mention|
|2012||All-University Athletic Association||Second Team|
|Jewish Sports Review All-America||Honorable Mention|
|2014||NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region||Second Team|
|All-University Athletic Association||First Team|
|NSCAA Scholar All-South Region||Second Team|
Prior to Emory:
Played on the Highland Park High School soccer team for four seasons, serving as the team captain during her senior year... Earned all-conference honors all four seasons, and was named to the All-State team and All-Area First Team in 2011... Also earned her team's Most Valuable Player award and was named the Pioneer Press Lakeshore Player of the Year in 2011... Earned All-Sectional and all-Area Second Team honors in 2010... Set school records for goals and points in a single season and over a career... Coached by Kate Straka in high school... Played club soccer for the Chicago Magic, where she was coached by Tony Youhanna... Also played basketball and ran cross country in high school.
Born February 24, 1993.
Why she chose Emory:
"I chose Emory because of the great academics and the opportunity to play collegiate sports."
|Oct 22||at LaGrange||W, 9-0|
|Oct 28||at Birmingham Southern||W, 2-0|
|Oct 31||Rochester (N.Y.)||T, 0-0|
|Nov 2||Case Western Reserve||W, 3-0|
|Nov 8||at Carnegie Mellon||W, 1-0|
|Nov 15||vs. Kenyon||L, 1-0|
|Aug 29||vs. Chris. Newport||T, 1-1||1||0||0||0||5||.000||0-0||0|
|Aug 30||at Va. Wesleyan||W, 2-0||1||0||0||0||4||.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 5||Trinity (Tex.)||T, 1-1||1||1||0||2||3||.333||0-0||0|
|Sep 12||Birmingham Southern||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Sep 14||Sewanee||W, 4-0||1||0||0||0||7||.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 20||Berry||W, 3-0||1||1||1||3||4||.250||0-0||0|
|Sep 21||Capital||W, 3-1||1||0||0||0||3||.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 27||at Transylvania||W, 3-0||1||0||0||0||7||.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 28||at Centre||W, 1-0||1||1||0||2||6||.167||0-0||1|
|Oct 5||at Washington (Mo.)||T, 1-1||1||1||0||2||5||.200||0-0||0|
|Oct 7||Covenant||W, 2-0||1||0||0||0||4||.000||0-0||0|
|Oct 11||Chicago||L, 2-1||1||0||0||0||3||.000||0-0||0|
|Oct 13||at Birmingham Southern||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Oct 17||at New York U.||T, 1-1||1||1||0||2||3||.333||0-0||0|
|Oct 19||at Brandeis||T, 1-1||1||0||0||0||2||.000||0-0||0|
|Oct 22||at LaGrange||W, 9-0||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Oct 28||at Birmingham Southern||W, 2-0||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Oct 31||Rochester (N.Y.)||T, 0-0||1||0||0||0||5||.000||0-0||0|
|Nov 2||Case Western Reserve||W, 3-0||1||1||1||3||9||.111||0-0||1|
|Nov 8||at Carnegie Mellon||W, 1-0||1||1||0||2||2||.500||0-0||1|
|Nov 15||vs. Kenyon||L, 1-0||1||0||0||0||5||.000||0-0||0|