Career: Played in 64 games starting 40... Scored one goal with two assists.
2017: Played in 14 games starting nine, logged 544 minutes.
2016: Started 16 of her 17 appearances while logging 1,213 minutes…Took 16 shots on the year, with seven on goal for a .438 shots-on-goal percentage.
2015: Played in 18 matches, started six of them ... Logged 814 minutes ... Provided one assist for one point ... Took four shots and put one on goal ... Dished an assist in a 3-1 win over USC Upstate (9/11).
2014: Played in 15 of the 16 matches, starting in nine of them... Recorded 931 minutes... Scored her first career goal against Gardner-Webb (10/22)... Tallied an assist on the game-winning goal against USC Upstate (8/31)... Tied for fifth on the team in points, with three.
High School: Led Chamblee with 22 goals and 12 assists as a junior after leading Atlanta International School in scoring (12 goals) as a freshman, where she played varsity for her first two years of high school... Captured the Soccer Bulldog Award in 2013 after an All-Star Game selection and a spot on the All-Region 6 AAAA Team... Captained the Chamblee Charter team in 2014 and she also helped club teams Chiefs FC Elite 96 and the Georgia Olympic Development Program to a slew of championships, including three USYS Region III Premier League titles, a Georgia Athena A Championship State Cup in 2011 and a third place finish at the 2013 USYS ODP National Championship... Also earned varsity letters in basketball, volleyball and swimming.
Personal: Louise Caroline McGirt was born in Bryn Mawr, Pa.... Daughter of Mitchell and Frederique McGirt... Plans to major in pre-physical therapy... Chose PC for the atmosphere and diversity of the community... Cites her parents, sister and soccer coaches Joe McNab, Neil McNab and Curtis Engsberg as her biggest athletic influences.