Career Honors/Highlights: - 2015 SLC Player of the Year - 2015 First Team All-SLC - 2015 Second Team NSCAA All-Central Region - 2015 First Team Academic All-SLC - 2014 Second Team All-SLC - 2014 Second Team Academic All-SLC
2015 (Junior): Helped the Ladyjacks win their fifth straight Southland Conference regular season championship with an 8-1-2 league record … Southland Conference Player of the Year … First Team All-Southland Conference selection as a midfielder … Second Team NSCAA All-Central Region … First Team Academic All-SLC … Appeared in all 19 games, making 19 starts and tallying 1,478 minutes … Led the Ladyjacks with seven goals and 17 points while registering three assists … Took 42 shots, put 22 shots on goal and netted two game-winners … Ranked third in the SLC in goals scored (7) and was fourth in total points (17) during league play … Fueled one of the most potent offensive attacks in the SLC as the Ladyjacks finished the league slate ranked second in goals scored (20) and shots (181) while sitting third in assists (16) … Scored game-winning goals in a 2-1 victory over Houston Baptist (9/27) and in a 2-0 decision over Southeastern Louisiana (10/18) … In a four-game span to start SLC play from Sept. 18 – Oct. 2, she scored five goals and had two assists to account for all seven of SFA’s goals during the period … Scored two goals and assisted on another for a season-high five points in a 3-0 win against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (9/25) … Named SLC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 29 … Member of SFA squad that built the longest conference unbeaten streak in the nation to 32 games after a 2-0 win at Abilene Christian on Oct. 27.
2014 (Sophomore): Helped the Ladyjacks win an unprecedented fourth consecutive Southland Conference regular season championship with a perfect 11-0 league record … Second Team All-Southland Conference selection … Second Team Academic All-Southland Conference … Appeared in all 20 games, making 19 starts … Logged 1,401 minutes on the field … Scored four goals and chipped in two assists for a total of 10 points – the fourth-most on the team … Claimed the game winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Sam Houston State (10/5) … Also scored goals against Arkansas (8/31), at Houston Baptist (10/3) and at home against Southeastern Louisiana (10/17) … Notched assists in back-to-back wins against Southern University (9/14) and at Northwestern State (9/21) … Took 30 shots, putting 16 on goal … Member of an SFA offensive attack that ranked 19th in the country in goals per game (2.25) and second in the SLC in goals and assists … Helped SFA win 14 straight games from Sept. 12 – Nov. 7, representing the longest winning streak in the nation over the stretch and the longest win streak in program history.
2013 (Freshman): Appeared in all 22 games, making seven starts as a true freshman ... Totaled 1,105 minutes ... Scored two goals and recorded one assist for five total points ... Took 28 shots, 15 of which were on goal ... Made collegiate debut and start in season opener at Rice (8/23), recording one shot on goal across 31 minutes played ... Scored first goal of her career against LSU (9/13) - SFA's first victory over the Tigers ... Also scored goal against McNeese State (10/11) ... Recorded first assist at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11/3) ... Also recorded one shot on goal against Texas State (8/25), a season-high three against Northwestern State (9/22), one against Houston Baptist (10/4), two at Sam Houston State (10/6), and one at both Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11/1) and Incarnate Word (11/3).
High School: A native of Carrollton, Texas and graduate of Hebron High School, Doyle was the starting center-mid for the 2012 State Cup champions and was a two-time all-district selection in both her sophomore and junior seasons before being named the District Midfielder of the Year in her senior season ... Also ran cross country her freshman and sophomore years where she made it to regionals each season.
Personal: Daughter of Jim Doyle ... Played club for Sting 95 for coaches Jeremy Halverson and Trini Borunda where they advanced to the regionals in 2012 and the quarterfinals in 2013.