Highlights from the Wildcats' 2-0 win over 18th ranked Illinois on October 5th, 2014. Sophomore Addie Steiner scored a pair of long-range goals (7,8) and Clem posted her fourth shutout in Sunday's win.
2013: Played all 19 games, starting 11 ... Recorded the second most number of shots (41) and tied for the second most number of goals (2) on the season for the Wildcats ... Finished her freshman season with an impressive 1,025 minutes of play, 2 goals, 2 assists, and 41 shots ... Had a team-high eight shots, including six on goal, vs. Michigan State (10/25) ... Scored her second career goal at Ohio State (10/20) ... Tallied second career assist against Illinois (10/21) ... Scored her first career goal in NU's 2-0 win over Minnesota (10/12) ... Had a team-high six shots, including three on goal against Minnesota, who entered the game receiving votes in the NSCAA poll ... Assisted on a goal in NU's 2-0 win over Oakland (9/15), scoring her first career point ... Made first career start in NU's season opener vs. Western Illinois (8/23).
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Shawnee Mission East ... 2013 NSCAA High School Girls All-America Team honoree ... 2013 NSCAA High School Girls Scholar All-America Team ... 2013 Kansas Offensive Player of the Year ... Played in 2013 NSCAA Kansas All-Star Game ... First Team All-Conference as sophomore ... First Team All-Metro as sophomore ... First Team All-State as sophomore ... Freshman MVP ... Team won regionals two years in a row ... Played with club team KCFC for last six years ... Academic All-American.
Personal: Born Addison Steiner ... Daughter of Bryan Steiner and Katy McCoy ... Competed against fellow NU signee Rachel Zampa ... Chose Northwestern over Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, TCU and West Virginia ... Anticipated major is undecided