- Earned her third SEC Academic Honor Roll selection.
- Played in 18 of the team's 19 games, starting one contest.
- Was accurate with her shot, putting half of her attempts on target.
- Recorded a season-high five attempts in MSU's 1-1 tie against Troy.
- Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
- Played in 17 games, including 12 starts, drawing 960 minutes of action in the midfield.
- Went the distance twice, including a career-best 102 minutes against Tennessee.
- Compiled a banner year on the pitch, notching her first collegiate points with the first goal and assist of her career.
- Fired 17 shots, with six coming on target.
- Assisted on Elisabeth Sullivan's goal that gave MSU a lead en route to defeating South Alabama for the Trojan Classic championship.
- Netted her first goal in the next match, opening the scoring against Mississippi Valley State with a 19th-minute strike.
- Took a personal-high six shots against the Delta Devilettes.
- Played in 12 matches during her rookie season, earning five starts.
- Saw action in the final eight matches of the season, drawing four of her starts during that span.
- Went the distance in State's match at Arkansas.
- Also excelled in the classroom, earning a place on the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.
- Took one shot during 474 minutes of action.
- Captained Eric Dade's Birmingham United squad for two seasons, leading the 2009 squad to a No. 19 ranking in U18 soccer.
- Helped her club squad to the Disney Soccer Showcase title after claiming CASL Girls College Showcase, Alabama Fall State Cup and Region III Premier League Central Division championships in 2008.
- Played on the prep level for Oak Mountain High School.
- Named 2009 Birmingham Coaches All-Metro Second Team after leading Oak Mountain to a 16-5-1 record and the second round of the Alabama Class 6A Playoffs, where it fell to eventual champion Spain Park.
- Helped the Lady Eagles to the Lakeshore Shootout title, defeating Harrison (Ga.) High School in penalty kicks.
- Has been a member of Alabama's Olympic Development Program the past four years.
- Earned a pair of selections to the Region III ODP Pool.
- Competed on the Alabama ODP squad that claimed a 3-1 win over the U19 Mexican Women's National Team.
- Born Zehra Nikohl Syed on Dec. 9, 1990, in Birmingham, Ala.
- Daughter of Shahid and Lisa Syed.
- Has two siblings, Noorani and Daniel.
- Majoring in biological sciences with a focus on pre-med.