2014 (RS Freshman): Helped the Ladyjacks win an unprecedented fourth consecutive Southland Conference regular season championship with a perfect 11-0 league record … Appeared in six games at goalkeeper, making two starts … Played a total of 254:17 between the posts … Posted a 2-0-0 record with one shutout … Made eight saves while allowing just two goals on the year (.800 save percentage) … Got the start in her collegiate debut in net at ULM (9/12), making a season-high five saves and getting the win in a 3-2 SFA victory … Also started against Southern University (9/14) and earned the win and first career shutout … Played the full 90 minutes against ULM and Southern … After allowing two goals at ULM, she didn’t concede a goal in her final 226:39 played, spanning six games … Member of a defensive unit that was one of the best in the country as the Ladyjacks ranked sixth in the nation in shutout percentage (.650), seventh in save percentage (.876) and 11th in goals against average (.588), leading the conference in all three categories … 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): Took a redshirt.
High School: A native of Pflugerville, Texas (Pflugerville HS), Ehlert played midfielder and center back where she was a First Team All-District selection her junior year as well as First Team Academic All-District. Ehlert was an honorable mention all-district nominee her freshman and sophomore seasons.
Personal: Daughter of Scott and Rebecca Ehlert ... Played club for Lonestar 95 ECNL Red.