2009:Sat out this season due to injury.
2008: Appeared in 11 matches, starting five including a start in the NCAA Tournament vs. Minnesota (Nov. 14). Collected 9 saves with a .600 save percentage. Allowed six goals in 625:00 minutes, good for a 0.86 goals against average. Notched a shutout in 2-0 win over Samford (Aug. 31). Named to Milwaukee Cup All-Tournament Team (Aug. 31).
2007 (At Minnesota): Turner saw action in 13 games for Minnesota, including 12 starts, as she established herself as the team's No. 1 goalkeeper. She totaled 1148 minutes in goal for the Golden Gophers while holding four teams scoreless. She helped the team record a 9-8-2 overall record, posting a personal 5-6-1 mark. Four of her six losses were decided by one goal. Turner allowed 1.25 goals per game and recorded 54 saves on the season, boasting a saves percentage of .771. Turner helped Minnesota finish fifth in the Big Ten in shutouts (seven) and goals-against-average (1.11/game). The Golden Gophers' 22 goals allowed was the second-fewest total in program history. She also helped record the second-lowest goals-against-average (1.11/game) since 1998.
2006 (At Minnesota): As a freshman, Turner made seven appearances in goal for the Golden Gophers, all as a starter. She finished with a 2-5 record, including a pair of shutouts. Turner totaled 41 saves on the season and teamed with Lindsey Dare to total the most saves (142) in a season in school history. She notched her first win in a 1-0 shutout of Army (9/8) and also recorded a season-high eight saves vs. the Cadets. She recorded five saves in a 1-0 shutout of Dartmouth (9/15). Turner tied her season high with eight saves vs. Wisconsin (10/1). She earned her first letter.
High School: A 2006 graduate of Lourdes High School, Turner was listed as a top-75 recruit in the nation by Soccer Buzz and received recognition as a 2004 NSCAA High School All-American. She became the first goalkeeper ever to win Minnesota's "Ms. Soccer" Award. She was a two-time all-state selection and three-time all-conference honoree. Turner was named conference MVP as a senior and was named to the 2004 Minnesota state all-tournament team. She played three years with the state ODP team where she was a three-year member of the Region II ODP Team that was a 2005 Region II finalist. Turner played on the Tsunami Sota club soccer team which were the 2004 and 2005 state champions and 2005 Region II finalists.
Personal: Turner was born Nov. 19, 1987. The daughter of Tom and Sue Turner, her father Tom played football at Wyoming. She lettered twice on the basketball team. Joins Kelly Wepking as a transfer from Minnesota. Will graduate with a degree in biomedical sciences.
Turner's Career Stats