The holding midfielder trained with the squad during November and over Christmas break
Ryley Bugay invited to train with Philippines National Team and Kylie Sprecher with U.S. U-20 squad
Henry earns her third accolade of the year, while Bugay and Sprecher earn the first of their careers
2017 (RS Jr.): Led all MU field players with 1,871 minutes played while starting all 21 matches ... Scored a goal and added an assist on the year ... Saw 90 minutes of action in the win over Kentucky (8/20) and played every minute in all but five matches in 2017 ... Scored her first career goal on a penalty kick in the shutout victory at Louisville (8/27) ... Named defensive MVP of the Marquette Invitational after helping MU to a pair of shutout wins over Central Michigan (9/1) and Mercer (9/3) and playing all 180 minutes.
Prior to Marquette: Bugay was a four-time letter winner in soccer for William Henry Harrison High School ... Named team captain during her senior season ... Named high school MVP, all-state honorable mention and all-district first team for her efforts during her junior season ... Named to the HCC All-Conference Team and the all-district second team during her sophomore campaign ... Helped lead her team to a sectional championship during her sophomore season.
Personal: Born on January 23, 1996 in West Lafayette, Indiana ... Daughter of Dave and Terri Bugay ... Has three siblings Chris, Kyle and Sammi ... Plans to major in biomedical sciences.
MEET THE 'FAMILY'- August 2015
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