UCLA Women's Soccer BIO
Ally Courtnall
Player Profile:
Ally Courtnall 1264249
Position: Defender
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Westlake Village, Calif.
High School: Oaks Christian
U.S./Canadian National Teams
Played for the Under-17 Canadian National Team at the 2010 World Cup in Trinidad & Tobago … Also helped the Canadian U-17s capture the 2010 CONCACAF World Championship in Costa Rica … Dual citizen who has also been a pool player with the Under-17 U.S. National Team.

Earned first-team Capital One Academic All-America honors with a 3.41 cumulative GPA … Second-team All-Pac-12 honoree … Started all 24 games and helped the Bruins record a school record-tying 19 shutouts and a team goals against average of 0.245 … Part of defensive unit that had a six-game shutout streak to start the season and a 10-game shutout streak at the end of the season … Scored one goal, the game-tying goal against Stanford, and recorded a career-best seven assists … Named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week after helping the Bruins defeat Stanford and shut out Cal … NSCAA Scholar All-West Region second-team for the second consecutive year … Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic.

Voted the College Cup’s Most Outstanding Defensive Player after contributing to a shutout in the championship match and scoring the tying goal with five minutes to play in the semifinal … Also selected to the College Cup All-Tournament Team … NSCAA Scholar All-West Region second-team selection … Earned honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic honors for the second-straight year … Played in 24 games and started 15, including the last 14 … Recorded two goals and two assists … Rejoined the UCLA team in week two after initially deciding to concentrate on track and field in 2013-14 … Recorded a goal and assist and also sang the national anthem in UCLA’s 3-0 win over Arizona State and was named the LA Soccer News Player of the Week.

Played in 22 games as both a defender and a forward … Made 16 starts … Tied for fifth on the team in scoring with 12 points (4g, 4a) … Scored goals in games against Illinois, Pepperdine, Arizona State and Kentucky … Had a goal and assist in the NCAA second round match against Kentucky … Second on the team in shots with 50 … Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic … Member of UCLA Track & Field Team and earned honorable mention All-America honors in 4x400m relay (21st at NCAAs) … Won the 400m with a lifetime-best of 53.94 vs. USC … Also ran on the winning 4x400 against USC.

Appeared in 19 matches making 10 starts … Tied for third on the team in scoring with 15 points on six goals and three assists … Had the game-winning goal in a 2-0 victory over No. 8 Florida at the Tennessee LadyVol Classic … Also notched the game winner in a 5-2 home win over cross-town rival USC … Scored the game’s only goal in a 1-1 tie at No. 24 Pepperdine … Other goals on the season came in wins over Fresno State, Arizona and Colorado.

High School/Club
Member of the British Columbia Provincial Team that won the U-15 national championship … Selected for Canada’s National Training Center in 2007 … Played club soccer for the Camarillo Eagles … Helped the Eagles to a Premier League Championship in 2008 … Four-year varsity letterwinner at Oaks Christian High School … First-team All-CIF selection … LA Daily News Freshman of the Year … Also a sprinter on the track & field team … Oaks Christian Track Athlete of the Year in 2007 … Named to the All-Tri-Valley Team for the 100, 200 and 4x400 in 2010.

Full name is Alexandra Sarah Courtnall … Born June 26, 1993 … Parents are Russell and Paris … Younger siblings are Lawton and Brooklyn … Father played 15 years in the NHL and was a member of Canada’s 1984 Olympic Team that competed in Sarajevo ... Enjoys singing, shopping, watching movies and traveling … Represented Canada at the Little League Softball World Series … Communications Studies major.

Career Statistics

Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2011 19-10 48 6 3 15
2012 22-16 50 4 4 12
2013 24-15 15 2 2 6
2014 24-24 12 1 7 9
Totals 89-65 125 13 16 42
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