2011: Played in 12 games, earning the start in six… logged 462 minutes of playing time, taking four shots and putting three shots on goal… played 50 minutes off the bench in her season debut at home against Tennessee Tech (Aug. 26)… made her first collegiate start, posting her first shot on goal as part of ETSU’s 10-0 shutout of Alabama A&M (Sept. 4)… took a shot on goal, playing a career-high 108 minutes on the road against Winthrop (Sept. 17)… played the full 90 minutes in her first Atlantic Sun start, helping ETSU shutout USC Upstate 4-0 (Sept. 23)… fired her first multi-shot game of her career, taking two shots, one on goal, as part of a 2-1 defeat of Mercer in the regular season finale (Oct. 23)… made her first start in postseason play, playing the full 95 minutes in the A-Sun semifinal against No. 6 seed Mercer (Nov. 4)… received A-Sun All-Academic honors.
2010: Played eight games in defense for the Bucs … tallied one assist and one point on her freshman campaign … saw her first collegiate game action as part of a, 4-1, victory over UNC Asheville (Aug. 22) … credited her first collegiate assist to her name in a, 4-0, defeat of Tennessee Wesleyan (Aug. 30) … saw her first minutes of Atlantic Sun competition helping the Bucs defeat Lipscomb, 2-0 (Sep. 18) … helped keep Kennesaw State scoreless through double-overtime in the Atlantic Sun Tournament (Oct. 30) … earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team honors.
Prior to ETSU: Attended Leasowec High School in Birmingham, England… helped Birmingham win back-to-back 11-side BCS National Championships, National Futsal Championships and five A-Side National Championships… Goffe saw her club team West Bromwich Albion Ladies to a second place finish in the league ... Goffe won the Outstanding Achievement Award for Academics… also spent time volunteering as a youth soccer coach.
Personal: Born on Oct. 15, 1991… majoring in exercise science… daughter of Stephen and Angela Goffe… sister of teammate Lucy Goffe.