Elaina Musleh's Career & Game-By-Game Statistics (PDF)
Transferred to Ball State from Kentucky following her freshman year.
A MAC All-Tournament Team selection … an Academic All-MAC and MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete selection … appeared in 20 games and made 16 starts … started the first 14 games of the year … tied for the team lead with four goals and recorded one assist … scored all three of Ball State’s goals in the MAC Tournament … scored both goals in the quarterfinal win Nov. 2 over Kent State and one in the semifinal loss Nov. 7 at Buffalo … also scored a goal Sept. 20 against Jacksonville State … led the Cardinals for the season with 30 shots and 16 shots on goal.
Appeared in all 22 games and started the Oct. 18 contest versus Toledo ... led the Cardinals with 11 total points, ranking second on the team with four goals and also adding three assists ... scored her first collegiate goal Sept. 8 against Tennessee Tech ... notched another goal Oct. 20 against Northern Illinois ... then scored in back-to-back games versus Miami University (Oct. 31) and at Central Michigan in the MAC Tournament quarterfinals (Nov. 3) ... recorded two assists Sept. 6 versus Eastern Illinois … added another assist on the game-winning goal in the final minute of the second overtime Sept. 15 at Air Force … ranked fourth among the Cardinals with 33 total shots and placed 10 of them on goal ... fired a season-high four shots in the Tennessee Tech game ... named to the MAC All-Tournament Team.
2012 at Kentucky (Freshman)
Appeared in four games ... tallied one shot.
Graduated from Carmel High School ... member of the U.S. U-14 national team ... played her club ball for Carmel United and Rade Martinovic, claiming four state titles ... played with the Ohio Elite, with whom she won a national title.
Full name is Elaina Rene Musleh ... daughter of Edward and Stacia Musleh ... born April 11, 1994 in Zionsville, Ind. ... has one brother, Kyle ... majoring in entreprenuerial management.