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Marquette Women's Soccer vs. UW-Milwaukee
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2010: First Team All-BIG EAST selection ... Team captain ... Played in all 24 matches, starting in the last 21 ... Tied for second on the team with 16 points on five goals and a career-best six assists ... Finished career amongst MU offensive leaders in match winning goals (3rd, 10), career shots (6th, 148), career goals (8th, 19), career points (9th, 48) and career goals per match (9th, 0.22) ... Scored the game-tying goal in a 4-3 overtime win against Louisville (10/17) ... Registered her first game-winning goal of the season in a 1-0 win at Connecticut (10/8) ... Scored her first goal of the season in a 2-1 win at USF (9/17) ... Tallied goals in wins over West Virginia (9/23) and at Villanova (10/1) ... Four of her five assists were on game-winning goals ... Assisted Taylor Madigan's goal in a 3-2 loss to USF (11/5) in the BIG EAST Championship Semifinals Has launched 43 shots, 22 on goal ... Posted a season-high four shots in a 5-0 win over Idaho State (8/20), at USF and against Louisville ... Named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll (9/20).
2009: Came off the bench as a key offensive reserve in all 23 games. Registered four points on one goal and two assists. Tallied assist on game-winner against Rice, and added another assist in 2-0 win at Western Michigan. Netted first goal of the season, the game winner in a 1-0 win at Cincinnati. Stands tied for third place on Marquette's career game-winning goals list. Registered 22 shots, five on goal.
2008: Played in 20 games, making seven starts. Did not play in the Golden Eagles final two games of the season due to injury. Scored a team-high five goals, all of which were game winners, including the lone goal against Rutgers (Nov. 2) which advanced the Golden Eagles to the BIG EAST Semifinals. Scored her first goal of the season in a 1-0 victory at USF (Sept. 19). Tallied goals in back-to-back games in a 2-1 overtime win at St. John's (Oct. 10) and in a 1-0 win at Syracuse (Oct. 12)., and again against Pittsburgh (Oct. 26) and in the BIG EAST Quarterfinals against Rutgers (Nov. 2). Was second on the team for shots on goal with 17.
2007: Bares wasted no time leaving her mark on the Golden Eagles in 2007. She led the team in goals with eight and her 16 points ranked second on the team. The freshman scored seven goals in her first eight games, including game winners against Michigan (Sept. 9), Loyola College (Sept. 14) and USF (Sept. 21). Bares scored two of Marquette's three goals against Loyola for the first multi-goal game of her career. Her game winner against USF was her first goal in BIG EAST play. Bares' three goals in the Colorado College Tournament, two against Loyola and one against Rhode Island, placed her on the all-tournament team and she was named Most Valuable Player. She was twice named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on September 17th and again on September 24th. She launched 43 shots on the year, 24 of which came on goal. Bares registered a shot in all but four of her matches played, including a career-high eight against UW-Milwaukee (Sept. 23). In her two-goal effort against Loyola (Md) she placed all four of her shots on target.
Before Marquette: Wisconsin's all-time scoring leader, Bares totaled 224 career goals (eighth all-time nationally) during her four seasons at Northern Ozaukee. Her 69 goals during her sophomore (2005) and senior seasons (2007) are a Wisconsin state single season record and rank 11th nationally. Bares has earned numerous awards for her play as she was a four-time Central Lakeshore all-conference selection, three-time all-state honoree, was named to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel All-Area First Team in 2005 and 2006, and to the second team in 2007. Bares helped lead Ozaukee four straight WIAA State Tournament appearances including back-to-back state titles in 2005 and 2006. She set the WIAA State Tournament Record for most goals scored in the tournament with eight in 2005 and set the WIAA State Tournament Record for Most goals scored in a single game with seven also in 2005. The Warriors were four-time conference champions from 2004-07 and twice were state semi-finalists (2004 and 2007). Bares played club soccer for the seven-time Wisconsin State Cup Champion FC Milwaukee from 2000-06.
Personal: Bares is the daughter of Dean and Karen Bares. She has three siblings, Brittany, Dillion and Chloe. Bares is a social welfare and justice major.
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