2016: Appeared in all 17 games, starting 16 and logging 1,345 minutes…Scored three goals and added an assist for 7 points on the year…Her 13 shots on goal were the second most on the team and contributed to a .394 shots-on-goal percentage…Finished a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over Charleston Southern (10/12), heading in a free kick for what would be the game winner.
2015: Appeared in all 18 games and made 15 starts ... Logged 1,312 minutes, fifth-most on the team ... Registered one goal and one assist for three points ... Took 22 shots and put eight on frame ... Netted her first collegiate goal in her first collegiate game against Francis Marion (8/23) ... Provided an assist in a loss to Coastal Carolina (9/23) ... Took four shots and put two on goal against Francis Marion (8/23) ... Generated four shots with one on goal against Furman (9/13).
High School: Midfielder out of Southside Christian School (SCS) in Simpsonville, SC ...
Captain of her high school team for 2014 and 2015 ... Powell was named SCS Female
Senior Athlete of the Year in 2015. Powell was named SCS Soccer Player of the Year
3 times in 2013, 2014, and 2015 ... She was a four-time 2A/1A SC All-Region selection
in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 and a three-time 2A/1A SC All-State selection in 2013,
2014, and 2015 ... Led team in goals and points for 3 years in 2013, 2014, and 2015 ...
Powell was ranked No. 35 Player in South Atlantic Region by Top Drawer Soccer ...
Also named Top Drawer SC All-State Team in 2015. Represented SC in 2015 Clash of
Carolinas All Star Game. Member of SC Soccer.com Super XXII Team in 2015.
MaxPreps State Player of the Week twice in 2015 – 4/3/15 and 5/4/15…Involved with
Beta Club, Honors Hand Bells, coaching youth soccer, and numerous mission trips ...
Her track and field team was the 2013 and 2014 state champions ...
Club: Powell played on the CESA ECNL Team for five years, CESA Junior Academy
for four years, and CESA Rec for two years ...
Personal: Daughter of Lee and Kelly Powell ... Born in Greenville, SC, April 14, 1997
... Credited her parents and all coaches, particularly CESA Academy coach David
Minahan, as her biggest athletic influences ... Intends to major in Early Childhood