- Earned her second SEC Academic Honor Roll selection.
- Posted one assist and seven shots, three on goal, on the year.
- Started all 18 games she played, logging 1,523 minutes.
- Assisted Elisabeth Sullivan's 54th-minute goal against Georgia State.
- Played a stellar game on the back line in State's SEC-opening 0-0 draw at South Carolina.
- Tied her career-high with one assist against Georgia State.
- Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
- Selected to participate in the Canadian U20 National Team Training Camp following a rookie season that saw her start in all 19 of MSU's matches.
- Played full time in every match, logging a school 10th-most 1,794 minutes.
- Turned in a stellar defensive effort at center back while also scoring three points on a goal and an assist.
- Setup Jasmine Simmons' equalizer with seconds left in regulation as MSU went on to defeat Lipscomb in overtime to clinch the Bulldog Classic title.
- Beat the goalie with the tying goal in the 35th minute as State played to a 2-2 draw against Alabama.
- Member of Canada's national team system since 2008.
- Selected to the National Training Camp again in 2011 after a stellar 2010 run with the Canadian U17 National Team.
- Played on the U17 national squad that defeated the United States and Mexico en route to winning the CONCACAF championship and qualifying for the U17 World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago.
- Played for Canada in the 4 Nations Tournament in Trinidad and Tobago.
- Competed in the Canada Summer Games in 2009 while also playing for Team Ontario for the second-straight year.
- Played with fellow Bulldog signee Dana Forbes for Richard Hirst and Ajax United Magic.
- Guided the defense for the 2010 squad that won the Quebec Cup championship and the Ontario Cup title.
- Scored the winning goal on a cross as Ajax defeated Markham to win the Ontario Cup.
- Led Ajax to two-straight Provincial Cup championships and the 2010 OYSL U17 Eastern Division crown.
- Claimed a silver medal with Ajax at the 2009 Canadian National Tournament.
- Born Shannen Jainudeen on Sept. 15, 1993, in Scarborough, Ontario.
- The daughter of Indica and Rohan Jainudeen.
- Has one brother, Stefan.
- Anticipates majoring in criminology.