2007: Mango was a fixture in the starting lineup for Marquette starting all 20 games in the backfield for the season. She fired six shots in 2007, with three of them on net. Mango displayed her versatility as part of a Marquette defense that only allowed 17 goals on the season while pitching twelve shutouts. Member of 2007 senior class that went 66-30-12.
2006: A versatile and skilled midfielder/defender, Mango played in 16 games in 2006. She made five consecutive starts to commence the season. She played a role in eight of Marquette's wins over Bowling Green (Aug. 25), Sacred Heart (Aug. 27), Connecticut (Sept. 22), Providence (Sept. 24), Pittsburgh (Oct. 6), Cincinnati (Oct. 13), Green Bay (Oct. 17) and St. John's (Oct. 22).?Mango launched seven shots on the season including a season high three at Drake. Six of those seven shots were on goal. Named a BIG?EAST?Academic All-Star.
2005:Mango played 13 times in 2005 and had two shots on the year.
2004: Mango did not play in her first season and redshirted.
Prior to Marquette: Mango did not play her senior season due to an ankle injury. She earned all-conference and all-sectional honors as a junior. She scored seven goals and added seven assists as a junior. A four year all-academic award winner, she started on varsity as a freshman and scored four goals. She was coached as a Hawk by Ed Watson and was captain of the team as a senior.
Personal: The daughter of Kirk and Christine Mango. she was born on May 1, 1986. She has a younger sister, Lindsey. Her father was a national champion gymnast at Northern Illinois University. She is an elementary education major.
Mango's Career Stats
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