2017: Played in and started all 16 games, logging 1379 minutes... Name Big South Honorable Mention... Scored two goals with two assists for six points... Was used as the primary free kick option.
2016: Started in all 17 games, logging 1,564 minutes to lead the team…Took 10 shots, including two on goal for a .200 shots-on-goal percentage…Scored against Liberty (10/1)…Made an assist in a loss to Wofford (9/9). Added another assist when Ashlynn Powell finished off her free kick for the game-winner against Charleston Southern (10/12).
2015: Named to the Big South Conference All-Freshman Team ... Appeared and played in all 18 games ... Logged a team-high 1,659 minutes in the back line of defense ... Scored one goal for two points ... Took five shots and put two on goal ... Helped the Blue Hose generate four shutouts ... Scored her first collegiate goal in a 3-1 win against USC Upstate (9/11).
High School: Played center back at Wade Hampton HS ... Was an All-Region selection during her freshman, sophomore, and junior years ... She was named Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior and Offensive Player of the Year as a freshman ... Yeager was also an All-State selection as a junior ... Team placed second in the region in 2014 ... 2015 All State Team South Carolina ... 2015 All Region II ... North South All Star Game ... Wade Hampton Female Athlete of the Year ... She went on numerous mission trips and helped raise over $800,000 for local charities during her school’s spirit week. She is the daughter of Kenneth and Cynthia Yeager ...Was a member of National Honor Society, Student Council, and Student Athlete Leadership Team ... Earned the Aces Award for earning all A’s over all four years while participating in sports ...
Club: Played for CESA ECNL '96 ... Captain of the team ...
Personal: Born in Greenville, S.C. ... Parents are Kenneth and Cynthia Yeager ... She credited her dad as her biggest athletic influence for supporting her throughout the years. Yeager says she chose PC for its small-school feel, great education, Division I athletic experience and immediate connection to girls on the team.
|High School:||Wade Hampton|