2011 BIG EAST Conference Offensive Player of the Year
2011 First Team All-BIG EAST
2010 BIG EAST Conference Rookie of the Year
2012: Named Third Team All-BIG EAST after scoring one goal with one assist while playing in 12 matches, including eight starts. Missed early portion of the season while competing for Canadian National Team at 2012 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Japan. Named to Dean's List and Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
2011: Selected as NSCAA Third Team All-American and was honored as the Cardinals' first ever BIG EAST Conference Offensive Player of the Year. Led U of L with 14 goals and 31 points while starting 23 of 24 games. Her 31 points rank tied for fourth on the Cardinals' all-time single season. Team-high 88 shots ranks fourth on the program's all-time single season list. Had a stretch of three straight games scoring two goals in each from Oct. 7-14 (Villanova, Georgetown, Rutgers). Connected for five game-winning goals, including the only goal of the match in the Cardinals' win at Cincinnati to clinch the program's first ever BIG EAST National Division title. Named to Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
2010: Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Year becoming the first Cardinal to earn the honor. Led the Cardinals with seven goals, including three game-winners. Had a pair of two-goal performances against Toledo (Sept. 3) and Cincinnati (Sept. 16). Connected for the game-winner against Toledo, Cincinnati and Villanova (Oct. 8). Scored first career goal in first ever game in U of L's season-opening win over Eastern Kentucky on Aug. 20. Also scored goal in win at Saint Louis on Sept. 12, Finished with two assists and both came in win at Villanova. Played in 17 games with 16 starts as a freshman.
High School: Earned two letters in soccer at Pickering High School, as well as three letters in track and field and two letters in tennis. Played club soccer for Ajax Storm for seven years. Was member of 2009 OYSL Division champions, 2009 OYSL league champions and 2009 Ontario Cup champions. Ranked as the No. 1 female team in the province. Member of the Ontario Provincial/National team for five years. Member of the U16 Canadian National Champions. Earned the U16 Golden Boot Award at Canada National Championships. Member of the 2008 U17 Canadian National Team, which qualified for the quarterfinals of the Women's U17 World Cup in New Zealand. Member of the 2009-10 U20 National Team.
Personal: Born on Sept. 3, 1992 in Toronto, Ont., Canada. Daughter of Collin and Laurel Exeter. Has two brothers, Trumayne and Quinton. Majoring in biology at U of L. After college, she wants to pursue a career in denistry. Person with the greatest influence on her career are her parents because they were always there for her and helped her to get where she is now. Hobbies and outside interests include soccer, playing tennis and rollerblading. Favorite movie is Love and Basketball. Favorite TV shows are Young and the Restless and Hannah Montana. Favorite athlete is Beckham. Favorite foods are pasta and lasagna. Favorite team is the Louisville women's soccer team. Enjoys listening to R&B, hip hop and pop music. If she could have dinner with three people, she would choose Drake, President Obama and Michael Jackson.