2018 (Redshirt Senior): Second Team All-ACC, ACC Defensive Player of the Week (10/30)
Team co-captain … Started all 18 matches in net … Registered 85 saves, tied for eighth in program history … Allowed just 1.39 goals against per match, good for eighth on Miami’s single-season list, while logging a .766 save percentage … Logged a trio of shutouts, finishing her career tied for second in program history with 14 … Finished with a 6-9-3 record … Led the ACC in total saves and saves per game (4.72) … Played 1,681:05 minutes of a possible 1,693:26 in goal for Miami … Wrapped up her career third place on the program’s career wins (24) and saves (259) lists and second in minutes logged (5,584) … Moved into a tie for fourth on the program’s wins list with a 3-2 win over FAU (8/17) to kick off the season … Collected her first save of the year, logging 77:39 minutes in a 4-1 rout over FIU (8/19) … Made a quartet of saves against Vanderbilt (8/24) … Collected a then-season-high five saves in a 1-0 shutout victory over Lipscomb (8/26), moving into a tie for third in program history with 21 wins … Against UTRGV (8/30), tallied 93 minutes while making a trio of stops … Registered six saves in a loss against UCF (9/2) … Amassed five saves, playing a full 110 minutes in a tie against Jacksonville (9/6) … Playing back-to-back double overtime matches, tallying five saves against Stetson (9/9) … In the ACC opener at Clemson (9/14), made five saves, playing more than 90 minutes for the fourth time … Hosting No. 12 Duke (9/20), notched a trio of saves, while moving into fourth in program history in minutes played in net … Made two saves at home against Virginia Tech (9/23) … Notched her 13th career shutout versus Syracuse (9/29), stopping both shots put on net by the Orange … Earned back-to-back conference wins, notching a pair of saves in a come-from-behind, 3-2, victory at Pittsburgh (10/4) … Jumped two spots on the program’s all-time saves list (fourth – 223) following a seven save performance against Louisville (10/7) … Posted eight saves and only conceded a penalty kick goal, leading Miami to a 1-1 tie against eighth-ranked Boston College (10/13) … Following a goal by the opposition, in the opening two minutes, off of a deflection, she went 88:38 scoreless minutes with a trio of saves against NC State (10/18) … Set a program-record with 17 saves against third-ranked North Carolina (10/21), moving into third on the program’s all-time saves list (252) … Earned her 14th career shutout (tied for second) in the season finale against ninth-ranked Florida State (10/25). Also, she notched seven saves with 96 minutes logged, the sixth match of the season she played more than 90.
2017 (Redshirt Junior): All-ACC Academic Team
Started all 16 matches in net … Amassed 84 saves, tied for ninth on Miami’s single-season list, and notched five-plus 11 times … Allowed just 22 goals, fourth-best in a season in program history … Turned in a 1.38 goals against average, good for seventh on Miami’s single-season list, and a .792 save percentage … Logged a quartet of shutouts, tied for No. 10 on the Hurricanes’ single-season leaderboard … Finished with a 5-11-0 record … Ranked second in the ACC in total saves and saves per game (5.25), as well as sixth in save percentage … Did not allow a goal in the first 329 minutes and 51 seconds of the season, extending her streak to 430 minutes and 39 seconds dating back to 2016 … Went 414 minutes and 14 seconds to open the year without conceding a non-penalty kick goal … One of four Hurricanes on the field for all 1,440 minutes during the season … Moved into fifth place on the program’s career shutouts (11), wins (18) and minutes played (3,881) lists … Became the sixth Hurricane goalkeeper with double-digit shutouts in her career, posting a clean sheet in the opener against St. Francis (PA) (8/18) … At FIU (8/20), moved into sole possession of fifth place on Miami’s career shutouts list with her 11th, logging a trio of saves … Tied a then-career-best with seven saves at Miami (OH) (8/25), registering a third consecutive shutout … Made six saves at Cincinnati (8/27) and gave up just one goal, on a 60th-minute penalty kick, ending her streak of 329 minutes and 51 seconds without conceding a tally to open the year … Made three saves at Yale (9/1) and allowed a non-penalty kick for the first time all season after 414 minutes and 14 seconds … Allowed just one goal and earned the win at Quinnipiac (9/3), moving into fifth on Miami’s career victories list … Set a then-career-high with nine saves at No. 11 Virginia (9/21) and conceded just one goal … Posted five saves and allowed only one goal at Louisville (9/24) … Made five saves and conceded one goal against Clemson (9/29) … Tallied eight saves versus fifth-ranked North Carolina (10/5) … Totaled a career-best 10 saves against Boston College (10/8) … Recorded seven stops and conceded just one goal at Syracuse (10/11) … Notched seven saves, including one on a penalty kick, at fourth-ranked Duke (10/15) … Earned her fourth shutout of the season and amassed six saves in the win against Pittsburgh (10/19) … Totaled five saves versus Notre Dame (10/22), her ninth consecutive match with at least five stops … Registered three saves at No. 21 Wake Forest (10/26).
2016 (Redshirt Sophomore): All-ACC Academic Team … NSCAA College Player of the Week (9/6) … ACC Defensive Player of the Week (9/27)
Started all 19 matches in goal … Logged 65 saves, including tallying five-plus eight times … Set a program record by conceding just 16 goals … Allowed multiple goals just three times, conceding three only once … Registered a program-best 0.84 goals against average and notched a .802 save percentage … Helped the team to seven shutouts … With five solo shutouts and two partial shutouts, earned six to tie for the third-most in program history … Finished with a 10-8-1 record … Placed fifth in the ACC in save percentage, sixth in goals against average, seventh in saves per game (3.42), eighth in saves, tied for ninth in solo shutouts and No. 10 in shutouts per game (0.26) … Went a span of 319 minutes and 15 seconds in a row over the course of five matches without allowing a goal …Played 1,708 minutes and 24 seconds, third-most on the team and the eighth most by a goalkeeper in program history … Off the field for fewer than 48 minutes all year … Went the distance 17 times, including each of the final 15 contests of the year … Made two saves in the season-opening shutout victory at North Florida (8/19) … Played all 90 minutes and made four saves in the shutout win at Stetson (8/21) … Made five saves and played the whole 90 minutes versus Ohio State (8/26) in the home opener … Logged a pair of saves in the shutout victory over Jacksonville (8/28) … Made two saves in the shutout win against Miami (OH) (9/2) … Logged five saves versus Florida Atlantic (9/4) to help Miami to its third consecutive shutout win … Had five saves against FGCU (9/8) … Went the full 90 minutes versus FIU (9/11) and allowed just one goal … At third-ranked Florida State (9/18), conceded only one goal while playing all 90 minutes … Matched a then-career high with six saves in the win over second-ranked Virginia (9/22), allowing just one goal while playing the full 90 minutes … Led Miami to its sixth shutout of the season against Syracuse (9/25) and went the distance … Played all 90 minutes in goal against Wake Forest (10/2), making four saves and conceding just one goal to help the Hurricanes to a win … Logged three saves, including one on a penalty kick, at No. 15 North Carolina (10/6) … Notched a then-career-best seven saves at Pittsburgh (10/9) and allowed just one goal in 105 minutes in net, with the tally coming on a penalty kick … Played the full match and conceded only one goal at No. 18 Clemson (10/14) … Made three saves without allowing a goal against Louisville (10/20), playing all 90 minutes … Logged six saves, then tied for the second-most in her career, and conceded just one goal in 101 minutes of play in the win versus No. 25 Virginia Tech (10/23) … Made five saves at No. 12 Notre Dame (10/27), going all 90 minutes … Played all 110 minutes in the ACC Championship quarterfinals at No. 14 Clemson (10/30) and allowed just one goal, while posting six saves.
2015 (Redshirt Freshman): Led the team with nine starts in goal … Made 24 saves on the season and had three-plus saves in a match five times … Conceded just 13 goals with one or fewer allowed in five of her appearances … Logged a 1.59 goals against average and a .649 save percentage … Posted two shutouts … Registered a 3-5 record … Went 275 minutes without allowing a goal and 307 without giving up a goal on anything but a penalty kick … Finished the season with 735 minutes and four seconds of playing time … Went the distance in seven of her nine outings … Ranked ninth in the ACC in shutouts per game (0.22) … Made her college debut with a start in Miami’s season opener against Texas (8/27), playing all 90 minutes and making four saves … Played the full 90 minutes in the victory at Jacksonville (9/6), recording three saves in the first win and shutout of her career … Made two saves while playing all 90 minutes and logging her second-straight clean sheet in Miami’s win at FGCU (9/11) … Posted her third-straight win in Miami’s victory against North Florida (9/13) … Logged a then-career-high six saves at Wake Forest (9/18) … Made three saves at Louisville (9/24) and played the full 90 minutes … Recorded five saves and played all 105 minutes against No. 7/5 Clemson (9/27).
2014 (Freshman): Did not see any match action … Redshirted to retain eligibility.
High School: Five-year letterwinner for Longwood (2009-13) … Named MVP all five years … Selected to all-league, all-conference and all-county team for final three seasons (2011-13) … Named League 1 Player of the Year in 2012 … Earned Suffolk County Large School Goalkeeper of the Year honors in 2013 … Named to All-Long Island Team by Newsday for final two seasons (2012-13) … Named to New York State team for final two years (2012-13).
ODP: Competed for Eastern New York ODP (2008-11), and was named to Regional Team (2008-09).
Club: Played final club season with Match Fit Colchesters under head coach Jordan Raper … Helped lead team to US Youth National League Championship in 2013 … Also played for Farmingdale United (2008-13) and WPSL FC Westchester Elite (2013).
Personal: Name is pronounced FAL-In Tull-Iss JOYCE … Parents are Patricia and Robert … Has one brother … Member of National Honor Society in high school … Double-majoring in marine science and biology.