Purdue Personal Preferences Favorite Athlete: Yadier Molina
In Her MP3 Player: Drake
Last Concert She Attended: Dave Matthews Band
Favorite Actor & Actress: Ben Affleck & Kristen Wiig
Favorite Month: December
Favorite Holiday: Christmas
Favorite Food: Ice Cream
Favorite Outdoor Activity: Camping
Favorite Purdue Building: Mackey Arena
Favorite Big City: Chicago
Unique Travel Locale: The Caribbean
Country She'd Like to Visit: Italy
Another Sport She Enjoys: Basketball
Most Memorable Game at Purdue: 2011 Win vs. Indiana
Enjoyed this Professor's Class: Howie Zelaznik, Health & Kinesiology
Furry Friend: Clio, Golden Retriever
SENIOR / 2013 Frick played in all 19 games, starting 11 times at outside back... made seven of her 11 starts in Big Ten play... also started the first four games of the season... durable defender played in 75 of the possible 78 games during her career, missing only three games in 2012... scored her second career goal in the first half of the Indiana game, giving Purdue a halftime lead... helped Purdue post shutouts against Akron, IPFW, Ohio State, Illinois and Northwestern... went the distance in games against Xavier and Northern Illinois... logged a season-high 99 minutes in the overtime win at Miami (Ohio)... led the reserves in minutes played against Dartmouth (42), IPFW (41), Penn State (47), Ohio State (66) and Northwestern (45)... averaged 54.5 minutes per game.
JUNIOR / 2012 Frick started all 16 games in which she played... missed three games late in the season after suffering an ankle injury in warmups before the Michigan game... the injury ended her team-long streak of 39 consecutive games started dating back to 2010... scored Purdue's fourth and final goal in the home win against Evansville, her second for the Boilers... assisted on a pair of goals by Taylor Niewoit, both in overtime wins... setup Niewoit's goal in the home win against Eastern Illinois and the golden goal in the extra-time affair at Nebraska... helped Purdue post shutout wins against Toledo, Tennessee-Martin, Evansville, Central Michigan and Northwestern... went the distance 10 times, logging more than 90 minutes four times.
SOPHOMORE / 2011 Frick started all 20 games, one of four Boilers to do so... scored her first collegiate goal, accounting for an equalizer in the second half of the draw with Cal State Northridge, and ranked second on the team with four assists... assisted on Alex Hairston's goals against Iowa and Northwestern and setup two of Purdue's program record-tying eight goals in the rivalry win vs. Indiana... assisted on goals by Lauren Montenegro and Kellie Phillips against IU... ranked second among the field players in minutes played, logging 90-plus minutes eight times... went the distance in Big Ten games against Northwestern, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Penn State... put four of her five shots on goal.
FRESHMAN / 2010 Frick played in all 20 games and started seven times, including the season opener and six Big Ten games... started the final four games of the year, going the distance in three of the four... logged a season-high 94 minutes in the scoreless draw with Wisconsin... registered two shots, including a shot on goal, against USC.
HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB 2010 Kirkwood team captain... first team all-conference as a senior... played in MAC North/South All-Star Game... second team all-conference and honorable mention all-metro as a junior... participated in 2008 adidas EPS camp... won five Missouri Cup championships with her St. Louis Scott Gallagher club team... Club team also participated in 2007 and 2008 Red Bull National League... lettered four years in basketball as well.