Finished her career tied for sixth in Ball State history with 12 career assists.
An Academic All-MAC and MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete selection ... started all 20 games and played all but 35 minutes on the back line … tied for third in the MAC with six assists … came up one shy of Angie Heyer’s school record for single-season assists from 2005 … also scored one goal ... her goal and four of her assists came during conference play … part of a Ball State defensive unit that posted nine shutouts for the second straight year ... one of the Cardinals' primary free kick takers ... posted 15 total shots on the year, inclduing five on goal.
Started all 22 games on the Ball State back line … played 2,043 minutes, the fourth-most on the team and the fourth-most in school history ... one of the Cardinals' primary corner kick and free kick takers ... finished second on the team with five assists ... recorded assists versus Northern Iowa (Aug. 23), Green Bay (Aug. 25), Tennessee Tech (Sept. 8), Akron (Sept. 29) and Ohio (Oct. 6) ... part of a Ball State defensive unit that ranked first in the MAC and among the top 50 nationally in goals against average (0.81) ... tied for fourth on the team with 32 total shots and ranked second among the Cardinals with 17 shots on goal ... logged a season-high five shots Sept. 20 at IUPUI and a season-best three shots on goal Sept. 15 at Air Force ... connected on her attempt to help Ball State advance past Miami University in penalty kicks in the MAC Tournament semifinals.
An honorable mention Academic-All MAC selection ... Played in 14 games ... Scored her first collegiate goal from 30 yards out to win the Sept. 23 game against Akron ... Recorded five shots.
Appeared in 12 games, including three starts, to earn her first letter ... Posted five shots on the year ... Scored her first career collegiate point with an assist against Northern Arizona (Sept. 9) ... Tallied a career-high two shots against Western Kentucky (Aug. 21).
Two-year varsity letterwinner at Tesoro High School for coaches Nick Schofield and Courtney Lewis ... Led her team to a 14-2-5 record during her senior year ... Guided her team to an 8-8-6 record as a junior and a second round appearance in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) playoffs ... Played club soccer for the Laguna Hills Eclipse for coach Kristin Cocks ... Team captain ... Also was a two-year letterwinner in volleyball at Tesoro ... Earned All-Sea View League honors and team Most Valuable Player accolades as a senior ... Guided team to a second place league finish and a second round appearance in the CIF Tournament.
Daughter of Sabrina and Dan Starck ... Born June 22, 1993 ... Full name is Cailey Elizabeth Starck ... Has two sisters, Courtney and Cathryn, and one brother, Cameron ... a special education major.