The first player in program history to earn Capital One Academic All-America First Team honors ... Also a three-time Capital One Academic All-District selection ... Named to the Academic All-MAC Team three times ... Ranks among Ball State's all-time leaders with 68 career starts and 6,187 minutes played in a Cardinals uniform.
A first-team Capital One Academic All-American ... Also named to the Capital One Academic All-District First team ... an Academic All-Mid-American Conference selection ... Started all 20 games and played every minute in the field ... Tied for third on the team with five points (two goals, one assist) ... Named the MAC Defensive Player of the Week by the league office (Aug. 28) and the Madness MAC Player of the Week by College Sports Madness (Aug. 27) ... Scored the game-winning goal Oct. 19 against Bowling Green with 35 seconds remaining in the second overtime period ... Also scored a goal in the Aug. 24 win over Northern Kentucky ... Assisted on the game-tying goal Aug. 26 against Xavier (Ball State won in overtime) ... Helped anchor a Ball State defensive unit that limited opponents to less than one goal and just 4.8 shots on goal per game ... Also played a role in five shutouts by the Cardinals.
Named to the Academic All-MAC Team ... Played and started all 21 games to earn her third letter ... Helped the Cardinals' defense post six shutouts on the year ... Posted four points on the strength of one goal and two assists ... Tallied 19 shots on the year ... Scored her first career goal against Murray State (Aug. 19), which was a game-winning tally ... Handed out assists against Bowling Green (Oct. 2) and Akron (Oct. 7).
An Academic All-MAC selection ... Played in 19 games on defense to earn her second letter ... Started all 19 games ... Named ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Second Team by CoSIDA ... Posted her second career point as she handed out an assist at IUPUI (Aug. 27) ... Notched seven shots on the year ... Helped the Cardinals' defense posted four shutouts.
Played in 12 games to earn her first letter ... Made eight starts on the year ... Dished out one assist while playing primarily on defense ... Posted her assist in her first career collegiate game at Miami (Aug. 28).
Three-year letterwinner at Mason High School for coach Katie Barnes ... Team captain ... Led Comets to a 16-3-1 record as a senior ... Named Second Team All-Greater Miami Conference ... Guided team to 10 shutouts on the year ... Named Team Most Valuable Player ... Helped team earn GMC championship and a regional championship ... Posted a 36-14-8 overall record during career, including back-to-back seasons of 10 shutouts apiece ... Played club soccer for Ohio Elite ... Team captain.
Full name Skylar Elizabeth Chew ... Daughter of Bill and Joyce Chew ... Has two sisters, Shannon and Stacy ... Shannon played soccer at Miami while Stacy played soccer and ran track at Dayton ... Has a 4.00 GPA as a psychology major with minors in counseling and Spanish.