U.S. National Team
Member of the Under-18 and Under-20 U.S. National Team pools … Also played with the U.S. U-15s and U-17s … In 2007, at 15, she was the youngest player on the U-17s.
Played in 24 games and had one start, scoring three goals and two assists … First collegiate goal was the game-winner against Washington State on Oct. 4 … Also scored against Arizona State and Kentucky … Had a goal and assist in the NCAA Tournament game against Kentucky.
Did not play due to injury and redshirted the season.
Appeared in 15 matches … Started against Cal State Northridge (W, 2-0) and Washington State (T, 0-0) … Played 17 minutes in a 1-0 victory over New Mexico in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … Took six shots on the season.
2009 NSCAA Youth All-American … Rated as the No. 23 recruit in the country according to Top Drawer Soccer … One of 14 young athletes highlighted in Sports Illustrated’s “Where Will They Be” feature in 2009 … Also the subject of an ESPN.com feature that same year … Most Valuable Player at the 2007 Super Y National Championships … Helped the CalSouth ODP team to a national championship in 2009 … Named the 2009 Female Individual of the Year by the Santa Clarita Press Club … Played club soccer for the Slammers FC … Leading scorer for Santa Clarita United before moving to the Slammers.
Full name is Courtney Elizabeth Proctor … Born on Sept. 7, 1993 in Panorama City, Calif. … Parents are Peter and Susan Proctor … Older sister is Brittany … Enjoys anything that has to do with sports … Did not attend a traditional high school (home schooled) … Plans to major in physiological science.