7 Shantel Flanary
Shantel  Flanary


Highland, Utah

High School:
Lone Peak HS






2017 End of Season Notes

Utah State ended the season with a 9-7-3 record.


Match Notes: Aggie Soccer Returns Home for Pair of Mountain West Matches

Utah State hosting San Diego State and New Mexico this weekend.


Match Notes: Aggie Soccer Opening Conference Play on the Road

USU playing at San José State and Fresno State.


USU Soccer Opens Weekend in Win at Eastern Michigan

Ashley Cardozo leads Aggies to 2-1 victory with pair of goals.


Match Notes: Utah State Soccer Opening Season in Two Home Matches This Weekend

Aggies hosting South Dakota State and Montana

• WAC Freshman of the Year (2008)

• Second-Team All-WAC (2008)

• First-Team All-WAC (2009,2010)

• WAC Offensive Player of the Year (2009)

• WAC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year (2010)

• Academic All-WAC (2009,2010)

2010 (JR.): Played and started in all 21 of USU's matches... Earned first-team all-WAC honors for the second-straight season... Earned WAC Offensive Player of the Week honors twice (Aug. 23 and Sept. 13)... Scored the first goal of the season against Weber State (Aug. 20)... Was the only player to score against Idaho (Oct. 17) with two goals in the win... Second on the team with nine goals and 24 points... Led the Aggies with six assists, one of which was against Cal Poly to Mari Miyashiro for the game winner (Sept. 12)... Had 38 shots on goal... Tied the game against Colorado College (Sept. 10) with her penalty kick... Her nine goals were tied for eighth in single-season goals scored in the Aggie record book... Her 59 career points are now fourth all-time at Utah State... Now has 11 career assists which is tied for third all-time... Her six assists are tied for second in single-season assists... Part of the USU squad that earned its eighth-straight NSCAA Team Academic Award... Earned academic all-WAC honors for the second-straight season.

2009 (SO):
Became the first Utah State player to earn WAC Offensive Player of the Year honors... Named to the all-WAC first-team and all-tournament team... Named to the NSCAA second-team all-West Region team... Played in and started all 21 matches... Tied for second in the WAC in points scored with 23... The 23 points was fifth all-time in USU history... Scored 10 goals and three assists... Had a team-leading three game-winning goals, including an overtime goal to defeat Utah at Rio Tinto Stadium (Sept. 24)... Scored two goals in a 5-1 win against Houston Baptist on the road (Sept. 13)... Earned academic all-WAC honors... Part of the USU squad that earned its seventh-straight NSCAA Team Academic Award... Named Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete.

2008 (FR):
Named to the all-WAC second team and was named the WAC Freshman of the Year... Played in 22 matches, starting 14... Scored five goals and two assists... Third on the team in points with 12 and goals with five and sixth in assists with two... Earned WAC Offensive Player of the Week honors (Sept. 8) after scoring a goal and adding an assist in a 3-0 win against Northern Colorado (Sept. 6)... Scored a season-high two goals against Idaho (Oct. 10)... Scored one game-winning goal against Seattle University (Aug. 24)... Part of the USU squad that earned its sixth-straight NSCAA Team Academic Award.

High School:
Four-year starter at Lone Peak High School for head coach Mike LaHargoue... Scored 87 career goals to become the all-time leading scorer at Lone Peak, while leading Lone Peak to a region-record 29-1 mark... Lone Peak also advanced to three-straight 5A state championships... Region 4 champs 2004-07... Named region MVP in 2007 and Utah Valley MVP in 2006... Named to the first-team all-valley team from 2005-2007... Played for the Avalanche club team that were State Cup champions fro 2006-09.

Born Aug. 29, 1989... Daughter of Bryce and Teresa Flanary... Fourth oldest of 10 children... Majoring in exercise science.

Flanary Career Statistics
                       M/MS         SOG           Goals        Ast           GWG           Pts   
2008 (FR)             22/14          17              5           2             1           12
2009 (So)             21/21          29             10           3             3           23
2010 (Jr)             21/21          38              9           6             2           24
Totals                64/56          84             24          11             6           59 

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