A team captain ... played in all 22 games and made 21 starts … ranked second on the team with four goals ... also tallied two assists and ranked second on the team with 10 total points ... scored both Ball State goals, including the game-winner, in the season-opening win over Northern Iowa (Aug. 23) … named MAC Offensive Player of the Week for that performance … notched the game-winning goal Oct. 6 against Ohio and added her fourth goal of the year Oct. 18 versus Toledo ... recorded an assist Sept. 8 against Tennessee Tech and assisted on Nicole Pembleton's game-winner in the second overtime Sept. 27 at Buffalo ... placed 11 of her 19 shots on goal during the season for the team's second-best percentage (.579) among players with at least five attempts ... helped Ball State lead the MAC and rank among the top 50 nationally in goals against average (0.81).
Played in 18 games with one start ... Tallied three points (one goal, one assist), all of which came in the first weekend on MAC play ... Scored the game-tying goal Sept. 21 against Buffalo (BSU went on to win) ... Assisted on the game-winner Sept. 23 against Akron ... Recorded 14 shots, including eight on goal.
Made two appearances to earn her second letter.
Played in two games to earn her first letter.
Four-year letterwinner at Noblesville High School for coach Mike Brady ... Team captain as a senior as she led the Millers to a 15-0-3 overall record ... Earned Hoosier Crossroads Conference (HCC) First Team honors while also being named the team's top player ... Led Noblesville to a 15-2-1 record as a junior and a Indiana State Final Four appearance ... Earned Second Team All-State honors and First Team All-HCC accolades ... Also named First Team All-HCC and All-Hamilton County as a sophomore ... Played club soccer for FC Pride ... Team captain.
Full name is Michelle Lin Blok ... Daughter of Robert and Laura Blok ... Has one sister, Lesley, and one brother, Eric ... Intends to major in elementary education.