Women's Soccer



    1 Shannon Flower  
    Shannon Flower

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Columbus, Ohio

    High School:
    Upper Arlington

    Height:
    5-8

    Position:
    Goalkeeper


    09/04/2014

    Hoosiers Set For GMU, Dayton in Columbus

    This is the final non-conference weekend of the year for Indiana, with Big Ten play opening next weekend

    08/28/2014

    Hoosiers At Auburn Soccer Classic This Weekend

    Indiana will play Georgia Southern on Friday and UC Irvine on Sunday.

    08/07/2014

    IUWS Opens 2014 Preseason Practice

    Head Coach Amy Berbary is entering her second season with the Hoosiers

    05/16/2014

    Berbary Receives 5-year Contract Extension Through 2018 season

    In her first year as a head coach, she led Indiana to the NCAA Tournament

    04/28/2014

    Student-Athletes Honored at Spirit of Indiana Showcase

    11/17/2013

    The Ellis Game-Winner and Flower Save

    The game-winning goal by Veronica Ellis and a big time save by Shannon Flower with three minutes left to maintain the IU lead against DePaul in the NCAA Tournament.

    11/13/2013

    Behind the scenes with the team watching the NCAA Selection Show

    We talk to the seniors to get their thoughts on being selected to host an NCAA Tournament game this Saturday (Nov. 16) against DePaul.

    10/30/2013

    The eight seniors talk about their best memories from the last four years

    The eight seniors talk about their time at IU and some of their best memories.

    09/20/2013

    Find out who excels in the weight room for IUWS

    We venture into the weight room to find out who excels in one of the most important off-the-field areas for the team.

    09/03/2013

    Reckless Recap: Bus Wisdom

    Members of the Indiana Women's Soccer team offer some Bus Wisdom on their trip to Milwaukee and Chicago.

    Career Highlights
    • Is second on the IU career wins list for goalkeepers (24)
    • Fourth on IU career shutouts list (11)
    • Fourth on IU career saves liast (186)
    • Second-most career wins by an IU goalkeeper (24)
    • Finishes career with 1.65 goals against average, which is ninth in IU history

    2013 (Senior)
    • Set IU single-season record for shutouts (9)
    • Set IU single-season record for wins by a goalkeeper (15)
    • Seventh place on IU single-season saves list (87)
    • Tied for most single-season wins in Big Ten play (6)
    • Fourth-most saves in a single season in Big Ten play (46)
    • Twice Named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week on Aug. 26 and Sept. 23
    • Received Capital One Academic All-District V First Team honors

    Started all 23 games in goal, playing every minute of every game (2115:55) ... allowed 31 goals for a goals against average of 1.32 ... registered 87 saves on her way to a .737 save percentage ... recorded nine shutouts, setting a new IU single-season record ... finished with a 15-7-1 record in goal on the season ... opened the season with back-to-back shutouts of Ohio and Georgia Southern ... after allowing a goal against Milwaukee, posted three straight shutouts, recording 12 saves in that span ... had four saves in a shutout win over Xavier to close non-conference play ... opened Big Ten play with a 1-0 shutout victory over Minnesota, making a pair of saves ... helped guide the Hoosiers to a overtime victory against Northwestern, making three saves to get the win ... led IU to a win over Illinois with four saves ... earned another overtime win, this time making a pair of saves at Michigan State ... was outstanding in the first half at Purdue, allowing just one goal and making a number of spectacular saves (finished with 10 saves), allowing Indiana to get its first-ever win in West Lafayette ... her eighth shutout of the year came against Wisconsin, 1-0, clinching the Hoosiers first appearance in the Big Ten Tournament since 2007 ... in cold and wet conditions, made seven saves in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament against Illinois, as IU went on to win by a 5-3 margin ... made six saves in a loss to top seed Nebraska in the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament ... turned away two DePaul shots in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament, propelling the Hoosiers to a 1-0 victory, its first in NCAA Tournament play since 2007 ... closed her career with six saves in a loss at North Carolina in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament ... named Academic All-Big Ten.

    2012 (Junior)
    • Ended the year with 99 career saves, which is 8th on the all-time list at Indiana
    • Ended the year with a 1.97 career GAA, putting her 10th on the all-time list at Indiana

    Played in 14 games, making 12 starts ... played a total of 1097:21 minutes ... posted a record of 6-6-1 with one solo shutout and two combined shutouts ... made a total of 47 saves while allowing 19 goals for a 1.56 goals against average ... registered 74 minutes of play along with two saves against Arkansas State to earn the combined shutout ... saw 90 minutes of action against Ohio and made two saves ... tallied four saves against South Florida ... had nine saves against UC Santa Barbara in a 0-0 draw ... recorded three saves against Pepperdine ... played in 72 minutes against Xavier while contributing three saves on her way to her second combined shutout ... logged 90 minutes of gameplay against Indiana State as the Hoosiers cruised to a 3-1 win ... tallied three saves against Michigan in 90 minutes of play ... registered 10 saves at Iowa in a 1-0 loss ... played for 90 minutes against to go along with five saves against Nebraska ... had two saves against Illinois and also against Michigan State ... named Academic All-Big Ten.

    2011 (Sophomore)
    Appeared in goal during five games ... allowed five goals and made four saves ... she has 52 career saves, which is good for ninth on the career saves list at Indiana ... posted a 2.19 goals against average and a .444 save percentage ... played a total of 205:07 minutes ... logged 45 minutes of action and picked up the win against Xavier ... named Academic All-Big Ten.

    2010 (Freshman)
    Played in 15 games and made 11 starts ... had 48 saves ... had four saves against Wisconsin ... had eight saves in games at Illinois and at Purdue ... recorded six saves in a 1-0 shutout against Ohio State.

    Prep/Personal
    Flower led Upper Arlington to conference and district championships and an appearance in the regional finals during her career ... in her senior campaign for head coach Mark Wise, she allowed just three goals and posted 16 shutouts on her way to Second Team All-State honors ... also received First Team All-OCC ... her teammates voted her the most valuable player ... garnered Academic All-Ohio accolades ... a member of the National Honor Society ... also a member of the ODP for four years, she traveled with the Region II team to Brazil as a junior ... with her club team, the Eagles SC, Flower won two Ohio South State Cup championships ... was a 2006 Region II semifinalist ... played on the same high school soccer team as current IU teammate Lara Ross ... the daughter of Jim and Joan Flower ... has two sisters, Kirsten and Niki.

    Major: Environmental Management
    Birthdate: Sept. 1, 1991

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