As a Red Shirt Sophomore (2015): Helped the Ladyjacks win their fifth straight Southland Conference regular season championship with an 8-1-2 league record … Appeared in just three games with one start before being sidelined with a season-ending injury in September … Took one shot and played a total of 87 minutes … Made her lone start of the season and second career start against Minnesota (8/28).
As a Red Shirt Freshman(2014): Helped the Ladyjacks win an unprecedented fourth consecutive Southland Conference regular season championship with a perfect 11-0 league record … Played a total of 452 minutes over 18 games, making one start … Scored one goal on eight shots during the season … Recorded her first collegiate goal at Northwestern State (9/21) in a 4-0 victory … Made her collegiate debut in the season opening win against Oregon State (8/22) … Put five of her eight total shots on goal for a .625 shot on goal percentage, leading the team among players with at least four shots on the year … Earned her first start against Incarnate Word (11/2) and helped the Ladyjacks take the 1-0 win to close out a perfect SLC regular season … 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.
As a Freshman (2013): Took a redshirt.
High School: A native of Austin, Texas and graduate of McNeil High School, Corder was a two-time All-District First Team selection (2011, 2012) and a second team selection her freshman season (2010) ... Corder was also a three-time Academic All-District selection (2010, 2012, 2013).
Personal: Daughter of David and Cindy Corder ... Played club for six years with the Lonestars 95 ECNL under coaches James Armstrong and Don Cameron ... Corder was part of a squad that was an ECNL National Finalist in 2010 and Region III champions in 2010 and 2011.