|High School:||Summit Country Day|
|Major:||Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology & Psychology|
|Parents:||Ken & Lesley Arnold|
Arnold wrapped up an impressive career in 2015, starting in 16 games and going 5-6-3 with five shutouts, a 0.82 goals-against average (70th in all of Division III), 52 saves and a .800 save percentage. She earned All-UAA honors for the third straight season, being selected as an Honorable Mention for the second time in her career. Arnold also earned a Second Team CoSIDA Academic All-America selection after being named Academic All-District by the organization for the third straight season. She tied a career-high with eight saves in perhaps her best performance of the year in a 1-1 tie against Division I Kennesaw State on October 27th. Arnold will leave Emory ranked third in ties (10), shutouts (18), fourth in saves (153) and wins (29), fifth in saves per game (2.59), 10th in goals against average (0.57) and 12th in save percentage (.836).
Arnold cemented her place as one of the top keepers in the country during her junior year, finishing the season ranked 15th among Division III players with a 0.491 goals-against average and 55th with a .850 save percentage. For her efforts, she was named to the all-University Athletic Association Second Team, the second all-conference honor of her career. In addition, she was named the UAA Defensive Athlete of the Week on September 29th and October 6th. She recorded career-highs with 18 starts, 1,649 minutes played, seven shutouts and 51 saves, while notching a 9-2-6 record during the season. Arnold recorded her career single-game high in saves with eight during the team’s 1-1 double-overtime tie at Washington University (Mo.) on October 5th, a game after notching seven saves in a shutout win at Centre College on September 28th. She had three-straight individual shutout efforts during UAA play, coming against the University of Rochester, Case Western Reserve University and Carnegie Mellon University from October 31st through November 9th. The goalkeeper was recognized for her academic achievements as well, as she was named to the Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-District Team for the second-straight year. Arnold will enter her senior season ranked third in school history with 13 shutouts, fifth with a 0.47 goals-against average, tied for fifth with 24 wins, sixth with 101 saves and ninth with a .856 save percentage.
Arnold emerged as one of the top goalkeepers in the conference during her first season as a starter for Emory, earning an honorable mention to the all-University Athletic Association (UAA) Team in 2013. The sophomore played in all 21 of the Eagles games during the year, starting each of the team’s final 17 games. Her season-ending 0.464 goals-against average was the 15th-lowest mark in Division III and the 10th-lowest in school history, while her 0.857 save percentage ranked 43rd in Division III and 14th in the program’s history. In addition, her 15-3-1 overall record tied her for the third-most wins in a season by Eagle, and her six shutouts tie her for ninth. Arnold totaled 1,550 minutes and 53 seconds during the campaign, turning away 48 of the 56 shots on goal she faced, including a career-high seven saves during the Eagles’ NCAA Tournament game against fourth-ranked Wheaton (Ill.). In the team’s seven conference games, Arnold led all UAA goalkeepers with a 0.29 goals-against average and was second with a .900 save percentage, while also recording a conference-best five shutouts with clean sheets at Chicago, Rochester and Case Western Reserve and at home against Brandeis and Carnegie Mellon. She notched a non-conference shutout at Birmingham-Southern on September 20th, and was a part of four other combined shutouts during the season. Arnold was named the UAA Athlete of the Week on November 25th, and received Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-District recognition for her efforts in the classroom.
Arnold appeared in four games off the bench during her freshman season, playing a total of 77 minutes and 22 seconds without allowing a goal. She played a season-high 34 minutes and 24 seconds in her collegiate debut against the University of the South on September 15th, making one save. Her conference debut came against Case Western Reserve University on October 12th, playing over 12 scoreless minutes. Arnold also made a save during a 17-minute effort at Covenant College on October 22nd.
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|2013||All-University Athletic Association||Honorable Mention
|Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-District|
|2014||All-University Athletic Association||Second Team|
|Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-District|
|2015||All-Univerisity Athletic Association||Honorable Mention|
|CoSIDA Academic All-America||Second Team|
|CoSIDA Academic All-District|
Prior to Emory:
Played on the Summit Country Day School team for four years, serving as a team captain during her junior and senior years... Was named to the All-Southwest Ohio First Team and the All-Conference team... Helped her team win the Ohio State Division III Championship during her senior year... Coached by Mike Fee... Played club soccer for Hammer FC, where she was coached by Lindsay Niehaus.
Born October 27, 1993... Won her high school team's sportsmanship award in 2012.
Why she chose Emory:
"I chose Emory for the great academics and competitive Division III soccer."
|Oct 16||at Case Western Reserve||T, 0-0|
|Oct 18||at Carnegie Mellon||L, 1-0|
|Oct 27||at Kennesaw St.||T, 1-1|
|Oct 30||Brandeis||T, 0-0|
|Nov 1||New York U.||T, 1-1|
|Nov 7||Rochester (N.Y.)||W, 3-1|
|Sep 1||at Sewanee||W, 1-0||1||90:00||0||0.00||1||1.000|
|Sep 4||vs. Puget Sound||L, 1-0||1||90:00||1||1.00||1||.500|
|Sep 5||vs. William Smith||L, 1-0||1||90:00||1||1.00||7||.875|
|Sep 12||at Wash. & Lee||W, 1-0||1||90:00||0||0.00||1||1.000|
|Sep 13||vs. Bridgewater (Va.)||W, 2-1||1||90:00||1||1.00||1||.500|
|Sep 16||LaGrange||W, 4-0||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Sep 18||Birmingham Southern||W, 1-0||1||90:00||0||0.00||1||1.000|
|Sep 20||at Berry||W, 3-1||1||90:00||1||1.00||2||.667|
|Sep 25||Brooklyn||W, 9-0||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Sep 27||Lynchburg||L, 3-0||1||90:00||3||3.00||5||.625|
|Oct 3||at Chicago||L, 1-0||1||90:00||1||1.00||6||.857|
|Oct 10||Washington (Mo.)||L, 2-0||1||90:00||2||2.00||4||.667|
|Oct 16||at Case Western Reserve||T, 0-0||1||110:00||0||0.00||5||1.000|
|Oct 18||at Carnegie Mellon||L, 1-0||1||109:54||1||0.82||4||.800|
|Oct 27||at Kennesaw St.||T, 1-1||1||110:00||1||0.82||8||.889|
|Oct 30||Brandeis||T, 0-0||1||110:00||0||0.00||3||1.000|
|Nov 1||New York U.||T, 1-1||1||45:00||0||0.00||0||-|
|Nov 7||Rochester (N.Y.)||W, 3-1||0||45:00||1||2.00||3||.750|