Finished second in the 2003 W League Nationals with the Chicago Cobras.
Arizona State: One of the cornerstones of the program ... has missed only two starts in her 62 career games ... second all-time in goals (26) and points (64).
2002: Played and started all 21 games ... recorded three goals and one assist ... tallied ASU's lone goal in 1-1 tie against Denver ... also scored against USC and posted the first goal in ASU's first-ever win against Washington, 2-1 ... assisted Makoski in ASU's goal against Santa Clara in the NCAAs ... second-team All-Pac-10 Academic selection.
2001: Another productive year, playing and starting in all 19 games ... finished the year leading the team in goals (11), game-winning goals (4) and points (25), good for third and fifth respectively in the Pac-10 Conference ... earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors ... was a first-team All-Pac-10 Academic selection, a District VIII Academic All-American and a Maroon and Gold Scholar-Athlete ... scored the game-winning goal in three of ASU's first four wins ... recorded her fourth career hat trick in the season's opening game against Baylor, earning Soccer America Team of the Week and Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week honors ... second all-time in goals scored (23) and tied for third all-time in total point (57) and game-winning goals (5).
2000: Excellent freshman campaign ... played in all 22 games with 20 starts ... All-Pac-10 honorable mention choice ... earned Freshman All-Region accolades by Soccer Buzz ... finished second on the team with 32 points ... also second on the team with 12 goals ... tied for the team-high with eight assists ... tallied back-to-back hat tricks against Pittsburgh and eastern Michigan ... scored four goals in her first three collegiate games ... posted a goal and an assists in ASU's NCAA Tournament win against SW Missouri State ... scored the team's lone goal in a tie against Minnesota ... scored the game-winning goal against Colorado ... tallied seven points in two different games.
High School: 2000 graduate of St. Charles High School, St. Charles, Ill. ... lettered four times in soccer and twice in volleyball ... captain of the soccer team in 2000 ... All-American selection in 2000 ... all-state pick in 1999-2000 ... all-area in 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 ... All-Upstate Eight Conference pick in 1998, 1999 and 2000 ... won four state championships ... St. Charles HS leading scorer in 1998, 1999 and 2000 ... posted 25 goals and 23 assists in 2000 ... had 29 goals and 18 assists in 1999 ... tallied 27 goals in 1998 ... scored the game-winning goal with under three minutes remaining in the 2000 state final (2-1) ... coached by Joe Moreau ... also played for the USL W-1 Chicago Cobras and the Sparta clubs.
Personal: Major is accounting ... parents are Patrick and Nancy Feulner of St. Charles, Ill. ... has one younger brother, Matt and two younger sisters, Amy and Alyssa ... born January 27, 1982 in Winfield, Ill ... full name is Patrice Marie Feulner.