The former Huskies are vying for a spot on the NWSL squad
Armstrong, Prendergast, Hill, and Ribeiro Net All-New England Honors
The Huskies Receive Recognition for Work in the Classroom
Hill, Ribeiro, Prendergast, and Armstrong All Earned Conference Recognition
Rachel Hill Scored the Lone Marker for UConn
2013 (Senior Season): Appeared in all 20 contests, starting 19... recorded 1765 minutes on the pitch... helped guide the Husky defense to seven shutouts... earned Second Team All-Conference honors from The American... Named NEWISA First Team All-New England.
2012 (Junior Season): Saw action in 16 contests and started one game to total 1,084 minutes... Played a vital role in UConn's all-around success while playing both defense and midfield.
2011 (Sophomore Season): Played in all 17 games, starting 16 for the Huskies... Ranked second on the team in points with nine on four goals and one assist... Scored goals in back-to-back games against Colgate (Aug. 25) and at Wake Forest (Sept. 2)... Also recorded the game winning goal at Wake Forest and in a 1-0 victory at USF (Oct. 7)... Had an assist in a 2-1 victory at DePaul (Oct. 2)... Named to the 2011 NEWISA All-New England Second Team.
2010 (Freshman Season): Appeared in 20 games, starting six... Finished the season with two goals and four points... Put home the final goal of the game against Louisville in the BIG EAST First Round (Oct. 28)... Scored her first career goal in a 3-2 victory over No. 16 Penn State (Sept. 5)... Started her first collegiate game against Seton Hall (Oct. 3).
Before UConn: The reigning Long Island Player of the Year is a center midfielder coming out of St. John the Baptist High School ... A native of Babylon, N.Y. and a four-year letterwinner, Prendergast was named to the All-State team in her sophomore and senior season, the All-League team in her freshman, sophomore and senior season and All-Long Island in her senior year ... Was a three-year captain for her squad helping to lead them to a league and state championship in her senior season while scoring 17 goals and 23 assists for 57 points during her final year.
Personal: Devin Jillian is the daughter of William and Doreen Prendergast ... A communication sciences major.