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Thirteen Teams with Graduates; List Includes 10 Football Squad Members
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CANADIAN NATIONAL YOUTH TEAM MEMBER (2004-10)
CANADIAN FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP PARTICIPANT (2008)
CONCACAF WOMEN'S U-20 CHAMPION (2008)
COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT III THIRD TEAM (2009)
ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM (2007, 2009)
ACC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL (2007-11)
SOCCER AMERICA SECOND TEAM FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA (2007)
SOCCER BUZZ FOURTH TEAM FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA (2007)
SOCCER BUZZ SOUTHEAST ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (2007)
2011: Earned All-Big Ten Second Team honors...Started in all 26 matches, contributing to Penn State's Big Ten-leading 14 shutouts...Tops the Big Ten in goals against average...Posted four solo shutouts vs. Pittsburgh (9/4), Illinois (9/25) and Minnesota (10/2) and Army (11/11)...Set new school record with three goalkeeper assists...Provided a helper on three goals vs. West Virginia (8/26), Ohio State (9/29) and Indiana (10/9)...Became just the third Penn State goalkeeper to win 20 or more games in a season.
BEFORE PENN STATE
At Florida State (2007-10): Graduated from Florida State ranking second in all-time wins (36) and ACC wins (13) while tying for second in shutouts (13) and third in minutes played.
2010 (Senior): Redshirted the season.
2009 (Junior): Earned CoSIDA Academic All-District III Third Team, ACC All-Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll honors while earning a spot on the Dean's List (Fall `09)...Won 18 games for the second time with a 0.88 GAA...Returned to the Seminole starting lineup after her U-20 World Cup stint vs. Jacksonville (8/21) with 75 minutes in a shutout win...Played all 90 minutes in a shutout victory of Stetson (8/30), the first of five shutouts for the season...Opened the 2009 season with 305-plus minutes of shutout soccer broken up by Penn State's Danielle Toney on Sept. 4...Posted a season-high five saves four separate times: at UCF (9/10), at Virginia (10/30), vs. UNC in the ACC Championship (11/8) and in an NCAA Second Round shutout win of California (11/15)...Became FSU's all-time leader in postseason shutouts (3) after the Cal game...Finished the season ranked fourth in GAA in the ACC...Played every minute in goal during the NCAA Tournament.
2008 (Sophomore): earned President's List billing for a 4.0 GPA in the Fall 2008 with a spot on the ACC Academic Honor Roll...Sat out the collegiate season to compete with the Canadian U-20 National Team during the 2008 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Chile.
2007 (Freshman): Earned multiple national accolades including Soccer America Second Team Freshman All-American, Soccer Buzz Fourth Team Freshman All-American and Soccer Buzz Southeast All-Freshman Team...Named to FSU's Dean's List (Fall 2007), All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll...Won 18 games in debut collegiate season, leading the Seminoles to the NCAA Women's College Cup Championship game...Started all 27 games in goal becoming the first FSU freshman in school history to complete the feat...Capped the season with an 18-6-3 overall record with eight shutouts and a 0.94 GAA in 2,300-plus minutes of gametime...Recorded 84 saves with a .778 save percentage...Set FSU freshman single-season records for wins, shutouts and GAA with the second-highest total for saves...Tallied five or more saves in eight games while posting a career-high eight in a 1-1 draw at Duke (10/28)...Ranked second in the ACC with a 0.40 shutouts per game average...Pitched first career shutout in a 3-0 win over Auburn (9/15)...Notched 110 minutes of action on three separate occasions: at UCF (9/22), Virginia (10/4) and Duke (10/28)...Went 6-2-2 with a 0.86 GAA and four shutouts in ACC play playing 941 minutes...Recorded a season-best 376:24 of shutout play from the UVa game to Miami (10/4-21)...Started all three games, tallying 250 minutes of action in the ACC Tournament with a shutout vs. Boston College (11/7) and just one goal allowed en route to a Finals appearance...Started all six games in net during FSU's run to the National Championship game...Went 5-1-0 with a GAA of 1.04 in the NCAA Tournament...Picked up shutout victories over LSU (11/18) and Texas (11/23)...Tallied a tournament best five saves in FSU's College Cup semifinal win over Notre Dame (12/7).
CANADIAN NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE
Participated in U-15, U-16, U-17, U-18 and U-20 camps since 2004...Started for the U-20 squad in the 2006 CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament in Mexico...Member of the U-20 team that won the CONCACAF Tournament in Mexico...Started five games wtih three shutouts including a 1-0 win over the U.S. in the championship...Started three games in the U-20 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Chile...Made 22 saves including a tourney-high 11 against Japan...Participated in full national team camp in 2009.
Played for the Ottawa Fury, two-time finalists of the W-League in 2005 and 2006...Played the 2007 season with Ottawa before moving onto Vancouver in the 2008 season...Participated with the Hudson Valley Quickstrike Lady Blues in the summers of 2009 and 2010 with multiple Nittany Lions.
Erin McNulty was born June 3, 1989 to Joe and Christine McNulty in Winnipeg, Manitoba...Participating in graduate school to earn a master's degree in higher education...Graduated from Florida State with a degree in business management.
QUOTING MCNULTY ON PENN STATE
I'm really looking forward to joining the Penn State soccer family for the upcoming season. It's a great program and a great school that carries tons of tradition along with it. I'm excited to be surrounded with a group of hardworking and dedicated teammates and coaches who will push me to reach my potential as an athlete, student and leader."
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