2011: Made an immediate impact as a forward for the Cougars and was named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman team... appeared in all 22 games for the Cougars and made 11 starts... found the goal three times and added three assists for a total of nine points on the season... fired 31 shot attempts, placing 17 on frame for a .548 shot-on-goal percentage... put three shots on goal on two occasions, against Chattanooga on Oct. 2 and Furman on Oct. 21.
Before Charleston: Played club for Ponte Vedra Storm out of Florida, Glynn Academy in Brunswick, Ga., and Florida ODP... helped Ponte Vedra Storm to a 2008 Disney Showcase and CASL Tournament Championships as well as the Florida State Cup Final Four in 2008... member of the 2008 Region III ODP team and attended the 2009 Region III Championships with the regional team... at Glynn Academy, Brashear was named 2008, 2009 and 2010 Region III 4-A Player of the Year... set the Glynn Academy School Record for goals in a high school career with her senior season approaching.
Personal: Daughter of Harold and Jennifer Brashear... born March 25, 1993 ... one of three children, sisters' names are Rachel and Tyler Lynn... intends to major in Pre-Medicine Biology... names Shaun White as her favorite athlete.
Brashear on choosing the College of Charleston: "I'm really looking forward to beginning my soccer career as a Cougar this fall. I have pictured myself playing at the College of Charleston ever since I attended a camp here back in 2008. Even then, I saw the connection among the team and felt that I had a lot in common with them. The size and location of CofC combined with the competitiveness of the soccer program and top-notch facilities made Charleston the overwhelming first choice for me."
Club Coach Luis Torres on Brashear: "It has been an honor to have coached Alli over the last six years during which time I have watched her grow into a brilliant player and an incredible young woman. Alli's always positive attitude, her strong sense of commitment and her diligent work ethic have helped make her the player and the person she is today. She is outwardly quiet, caring and compassionate, but she is driven by an intense desire to win which has translated into many successes for her and her teams. I know she will be a great addition to the College of Charleston women's soccer program and am looking forward to following her career in the years to come.