Pavla Benyrova's Career & Game-By-Game Statistics (PDF)
Named to the All-Mid-American Conference Second Team ... Named to the Capital One Academic All-District Second Team ... An Academic All-MAC selection ... Started all 20 games and played all but 44 minutes for Ball State at defender ... Named the MAC Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 24 ... Tied for third on the team with five points (one goal, three assists) ... Scored the game-winner on a penalty kick Sept. 21 against Buffalo ... Recorded two assists in Ball State's 2-1 overtime victory over Xavier on Aug. 26 ... Also had an assist Sept. 23 against Akron ... Helped to anchor a Ball State back line that factored into five shutouts and held opponents to fewer than five shots on goal per game.
Started all 21 games for the Cardinals to earn her first letter ... Named to the Mid-American Conference All-Freshman Team ... Fourth on the team in scoring with seven points as she scored three goals and handed out an assist ... Helped the Cardinals' defense post six shutouts on the year ... Named the MAC West Division Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 5) after scoring her first career goal against Indiana State ... Tallied the game-winning goal in the 105th minute of play from 40-yards out to seal the victory ... Scored her second career goal on a penalty kick against Western Michigan (Sept. 23) ... Tallied her first career multiple-point game against Northern Illinois (Sept. 25), scoring a goal and dishing out an assist ... Posted 21 shots.
Played three seasons with the Czech Republic National Team from 2009-11 ... Made seven appearances during the 2009 season in World Cup qualifying ... Played 332 minutes in the qualifying round, including all 90 minutes in the Czech Republic's victories over Belgium and Wales ... Helped the Czech Republic post a 4-2-1 record in qualifying before being eliminated after finishing second in Group 8 ... Played from 2005-07 with the Czech Republic U-19 team ... Made her first national team appearance in the 2006 U-19 Championship qualifying round Sept. 26, 2006 in a 6-0 victory over Bosnia Herzegovina.
Spent the past nine years playing club soccer for SK Slavia Prague and head coach Martin Šeran ... Helped SK Slavia Prague to the 2003-04 championship as well as second place finishes in 2004-05 and 2010-11 ... Helped her team to an appearance in the 2004 UEFA Women's Club Champions League ... Made her UEFA debut July 7, 2004 in a 3-0 victory over Super Sport.
Graduated from Gymnasium Praha 9 ... Daughter of Pavel and Martina Benýrová ... Born September 29, 1989 ... Has one brother, Jan ... Owns a 3.889 GPA in finance.