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Redshirt junior Emily Ogle receives CoSIDA Academic All-America second team plaudit
Emily Ogle garners First Team honors, while Laura Freigang and Kaleigh Riehl were named to the Second Team
Emily Ogle and Megan Schafer named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Two First Team
Emily Ogle receives All-Big Ten First Team honors
Penn State takes on Duke in the Women's College Cup Final
Penn State takes on Rutgers in the 2015 Women's College Cup Semifinals
Women's Soccer advances to the Elite Eight
Cosida academic all-american - second team (2017)
COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT TWO FIRST TEAM (2017)
UNITED SOCCER COACHES ALL-MIDWEST REGION First TEAM (2017)
all-big ten first team (2017)
Big ten all-tournament team (2017)
MAC HERMANN TROPHY WATCH LIST (2017)
U.S. SOCCER YOUNG FEMALE PLAYER OF THE YEAR NOMINEE (2016)
WOMEN'S COLLEGE CUP ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM (2015)
TOPDRAWERSOCCER BEST XI THIRD TEAM (2015)
TOPDRAWERSOCCER TEAM OF THE WEEK HONOREE (12/1/15)
NSCAA ALL-GREAT LAKES REGION FIRST TEAM (2015)
ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (2015)
ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2015, 2017)
NSCAA All-GREAT LAKES REGION THIRD TEAM (2014)
BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR (2014)
BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR (2015)
BIG TEN ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (2014)
CoSIDA Academic All-American - Second Team…CoSIDA Academic All-District Two First Team…United Soccer Coaches All-Midwest Region First Team…All-Big Ten First Team…Big Ten All-Tournament Team…Academic All-Big Ten…MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List…Started all 24 matches in the Nittany Lion midfield…Finished the year with 13 points on four goals and five assists…Tied for third on the team in points (13)…Tied for third on the team in goals (four)…Tied for second on the team in assists (five)...Second on the team in minutes played with 2,132...Tallied a one-goal and one-assist game in a 3-0 win against Hofstra (8/20)…Recorded an assist in Penn State’s 4-2 win at Arkansas (8/25)…Scored her second goal of the season in a 2-1 loss at West Virginia (9/2)…Scored a goal in back-to-back contests at Virginia (9/10) and against Northwestern (9/14)…Posted an assist in a 2-2 draw against Purdue (10/20)...Tied a career-best two-assist outing in Penn State’s 3-1 win at West Virginia in the third round of the NCAA Tournament (11/19)…Finished with 18 shot attempts, 10 of which were on goal…Went 3-for-3 on penalty kick attempts…Played at least 90 minutes in 20 matches.
Redshirted during the 2016 season...Started all six matches for the United States U-20 Women’s National Team at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup...Nominated for the U.S. Soccer Young Female Player of the Year award.
Academic All-Big Ten...Women’s College Cup All-Tournament Team...NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region First Team honoree...Named to the All-Big Ten Second Team (Midfield)...Received TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week honors (12/1)...Named to the TopDrawerSoccer Best XI Third Team...Started all 27 matches in the Nittany Lion midfield...Opened the year with a game-winning goal in the 68th minute against Hofstra (8/21)...Played the full time in 13 matches, including a 0-0 draw against No. 21 Duke (8/28)...Tallied assists in back-to-back matches against Indiana (10/11) and Purdue (10/15)...Scored four of her seven goals in 2015 in the NCAA Tournament...Recorded two goals and one assist in the 5-0 win over Albany in the NCAA First Round (11/13)...Tallied a goal and assist in a 4-0 victory over Ohio State in the NCAA Third Round (11/22)...Scored her second game-winning goal of the season in the 12th minute of a 2-0 victory over No. 4 West Virginia in the NCAA Quarterfinals (11/28)...Played all 90 minutes in the Nittany Lion midfield in Penn State’s 1-0 victory over Duke in the College Cup Final...Finished fourth on the team in minutes played (2,098)...Finished the year with 19 points on seven goals and five assists.
Big Ten Freshman of the Year...Big Ten All-Freshman Team...Started all 24 games for the Nittany Lions...Scored a goal and added an assist in her collegiate debut vs. West Virginia (8/22)...Dished out six assists on the season...Scored three goals: one each vs. West Virginia (8/22), vs. Bucknell (9/23), and at Wisconsin (10/5)...Took 18 shots with eight shots on goal...Scored the game-winning goal at Wisconsin (10/5)...Logged 1922 minutes of playing time...Played at least 90 minutes in 11 games.
U.S. NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE
Joined the U.S. U-23 WNT at the 2017 La Manga Tournament (March 2017)...Was one of five Nittany Lions on the United States U-20 Women’s National Team at the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup...Took part in U.S. U-20 WNT training camps in October 2016, September 2016, July 2016, June 2016, April 2016, January 2016, July 2015 and January 2015...Joined the U.S. U-20 WNT for a training camp and pair of matches in Papua New Guinea (May 2016)...Traveled to La Manga, Spain, with the U.S. U-20 WNT for the 2016 La Manga Tournament (March 2016)...Competed at the 2015 10 Nations U-19 International Tournament for the U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team, earning three caps...Member of the 2014 U.S. U18 Women’s National Team and appeared on the 2010 U14 National Team...Took part in U.S. National Youth Team camps from 2010-14.
BEFORE PENN STATE
From 2010-11, played for Strongsville and head coach Jon Felton...Scored 13 goals with 10 assists in 2011, helping the Mustangs to a Division I regional championship...Recorded 15 goals and 13 helpers her freshman season in 2010...Participated in the 2013 ECNL/id2 National Training Camp...Competed for the ODP teams at the state and regional level.
Competed for Internationals SC under the direction of head coach Keri Sarver...Posted 17 goals and four assists in 2013-14 en route to the team’s top spot in the Midatlantic Conference...Netted 19 goals and 11 assists during the 2012-13 season.
Emily Helena Ogle was born on August 5, 1996, in Strongsville, Ohio...Parents are Jeff and Donna Ogle...One of five siblings: brothers are Matt, Sam, Josh and Jake...Kinesiology major.
WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE
“After I visited Penn State, a coach asked me, ‘why wouldn’t you choose Penn State?’ That question stood out to me because I couldn’t think of any reasons. Penn State has it all: great coaching, a soccer program with a history of success, a team that works hard, a university known for its academic excellence and a beautiful campus close to home.”