NU record-holder for both career points and career goals
2012: First-team All-Big Ten selection for the fourth consecutive season ... Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (9/4) after posting five goals and an assist in four wins by the Wildcats in California ... Scored the match's lone goal with 42 seconds remaining in a victory at No. 16 California (8/31) ... Tallied two goals apiece in back-to-back wins over Pacific (9/2) and UC Davis (9/3) ... Posted a goal and an assist in a victory at No. 9 Duke (9/9) ... Recorded fourth career four-goal game while adding an assist in a 5-2 victory at No. 13 Wake Forest (9/11) ... Collected two goals in a victory over Ball State (9/15), becoming the fourth player in Big Ten history to surpass 200 career points in the contest ... Earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors (9/18) for her efforts in the wins over Wake Forest and Ball State ... Posted a hat trick, including scoring the game-winning goal 12 seconds into overtime, in a 5-4 win over No. 6 Penn State (9/28) to earn third Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honor (10/2) of the season ... Assisted on two goals in a win at No. 15 Michigan (10/5) ... Recorded two goals and an assist in a 4-0 win over Indiana (10/12) ... Tallied four goals against Missouri State (10/21) to become the ninth player in NCAA history to collect 100 career goals ... Broke the Northwestern single-season record for goals in the effort ... Honored as Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 23 for her efforts in wins over No. 20 Michigan State and Missouri State.
2011: Northwestern's female Big Ten Medal of Honor recipient ... First-team All-American ... NFHCA All-West Region and first-team All-Big Ten selection for the third consecutive season ... 2011 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year ... Completed the season ranked first the Big Ten in goals (25), points (57), shots (139) and game-winners (six) ... Fifth nationally in goals per game (1.14) and sixth nationally in points per game (2.62) ... 25 goals ranks second all-time in NU history for a single season, beating her 2010 mark of 24 goals ... Earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors three times (8/30), (9/20), (10/4) ... Broke NU's all-time career mark for points scored in the upset win over No. 18 Virginia (9/18) ... Set the all-time mark for career goals after scoring three goals in the 6-1 win over Saint Louis (9/27) ... Scored three goals on three occasions (at Kent State, vs. Virginia and vs. Saint Louis) ... Recorded season-high 10 shots on goal vs. Pacific (10/21) ... Led NU to upset wins over No. 8 American (1g), No. 11 California (2g, 1a), No. 18 Virginia (3g) and No. 7 New Hampshire ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.
2010: Second-team NFHCA All-American ... First-team NFHCA All-West Region and first-team All-Big Ten selection for the second straight season ... 2010 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year ... Finished the season leading the Big Ten in goals (24), points (60), shots (125) and points per game (3.16) ... Third nationally in points per game ... 24 goals were the second-highest single-season output in school history ... Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week on four occasions (9/7), (9/27), (10/11), (10/25) ... Tied a career high with four goals on two occasions (at Iowa, vs. UC Davis) ... Had a hand in all five NU goals against UC Davis (nine points) ... Recorded seven two-goal games ... Recorded a season high 9 points in win over UC Davis (10/7) ... Recorded a season high in shots on goal with 11 vs. Indiana ... Tallied three assists in win over Ball State (9/17) ... Led NU to an upset over No. 6 Ohio State (9/24) by scoring two goals in a 3-2 victory ... Recorded seven game-winning goals, which led the Big Ten.
2009: Longstreth/NFHCA First-team All-West Region honoree ... First-team All-Big Ten selection ... Finished as the Big Ten regular season leader in goals scored with 22, which is tied for second all-time on NU's single-season list ... Tied for first in the league in assists at the end of the regular season with 12 ... Totaled 56 points, the second-highest single-season sum in Northwestern history ... Ranked eighth nationally in points per game (2.80) and tied for 11th in goals per game (1.10) ... Big Ten leader with 91 shots in the regular season ... One of 15 players in the nation to score at least four goals in a single game, a feat she accomplished in NU's 5-2 win over Central Michigan (9/12) ... Recorded an assist on the fifth Wildcat goal vs. the Chippewas to finish with nine points in the game ... Scored all three NU goals in a 3-2 overtime win vs. Maine (9/26) ... Fourth game-winning goal of the year came in
3-2 victory at Penn State (10/9) ... Tallied both Northwestern goals, including the overtime winner, in her NU debut vs. Boston University (8/28) ... Scored at least one goal in each of her first five games as a Wildcat.
2008-09: Attended the University of Western Australia.
High School: Captained Penrhos field hockey team to first place in the Independent Girls Sports Association (IGSA) ... Four-year member of Curtin Trinity Pirates top-division club team, which placed second in the league's Grand Final in 2007 ... Member of Western Australia's national team at U-15, U-18 and U-21 levels, winning a gold medal with the U-21 team in 2008.
Personal: Daughter of Paul and Kerri Armstrong ... Majoring in economics.
Getting to know Chelsea
Name your three favorite songs on your I-pod: The Devil's Tears - Angus & Julia Stone, Belly of June - Horse Feathers, Teach Me How To Dougie - Cali Swag District
Facebook or Twitter: Facebook
Describe Tracey in five words or less: Master of the whiteboard.
What's the best part of playing Northwestern Field Hockey? Friends made, playing Big 10 field hockey, travelling
Favorite food: Anything Greek
Favorite TV show: The Office, Modern Family, Californication, Friday Night Lights
Favorite movie: The Prestige, Donnie Darko
Favorite book: Tomorrow, When the War Began - John Marsden
Favorite vacation spot: Bali
Favorite place to shop: Online
If I wasn't playing field hockey, I'd be playing: Tennis
Best NUFH memory so far: Overtime win in first game for NU vs. Boston University
Favorite thing to do besides play field hockey? Relax
Best thing about Northwestern: The usual 3: NUFH, Location, Education.