|Hometown:||Kansas City, Mo.|
|High School:||St. Pius X|
2016: Started 20 games for the Roos in-goal, playing a total of 1,786 minutes … Ended the season with a 6-10-4 record and five individual shutouts and one combined shutout … Allowed 29 goals on the season for a 1.46 goals-allowed average, posting 80 saves for a .734 save percentage … Tabbed six saves in 110 minutes in a 1-1 draw at Creighton (8/21) … Notched her first shutout of the season in a 0-0 weather-shortened game against Missouri State (8/24) where she played 73 minutes … Recorded a new season-high with seven saves at Arkansas (8/29), allowing two goals in a 2-0 loss … Tied a career-high 10 saves at Memphis (9/2), allowing three goals in a 3-0 loss … Picked up her first win of the season against Oral Roberts (9/25), where she posted her second shutout of the season … Recorded five saves in a 2-1 two-overtime victory at UT Rio Grande Valley (10/7), playing 107 minutes … Posted two saves for her third shutout of the season in a 0-0 draw against Grand Canyon (10/14) … Picked up her third win of the season with three saves in a 3-0 victory over CSU Bakersfield (10/16) … Played 61 minutes in an 8-0 victory over Chicago State (10/29) where she recorded one save in a combined shutout … Tabbed nine saves in the opening round of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament against UTRGV (11/3) helping the Roos to a 4-1 victory … In the semifinals of the WAC Tournament against CSUB (11/4), she recorded one save in a 4-0 shutout to advance to the conference championship game … In the WAC Championship match against Seattle U (11/6), she tabbed four saves, allowing two goals in a 2-1 loss ... Named to the 2016 WAC All-Academic Team.
2015: Appeared in 10 games for the 'Roos, filling in as the starter after senior Nina Tzianos went down to injury, posting a 7-2 record along the way ... Recorded five individual shutouts and combined for another after replacing Tzianos in the game against Seattle U (10/4) ... Recorded a then career-high eight saves at Grand Canyon (10/11) ... Notched seven saves in one of her five shutouts, helping lead the 'Roos to a 4-0 victory over New Mexico State (10/25) ... Recorded a new career-high in the Western Athletic Conference tournament semi-final game against Utah Valley (11/6), where she tallied 10 saves in the 2-0 loss ... Named WAC Defensive Player of the Week for the week of October 12-18.
High School: Lettered four times and was a three-year captain for head coach Todd Ashby at St. Pius X High School in Kansas City… She earned Missouri Class 1 First-Team All-State all four seasons and was named Kansas City goalkeeper of the year three times and Kansas City Player of the Year once… She was Kansas City All-Metro honorable mention two seasons and was name First-Team All-District, All-Conference and All-Region four times each… Lillig was named rookie of the year her freshman season and the MVP of her team all four years… Holds the record for most shutouts in a season with 16 her senior year… She also lettered three years in volleyball as an outside hitter and once as a swimmer… She earned numerous academic excellence honors and was the recipient of the George Washington Carver Award and the National Scholar Athlete Award from the United States Army Reserve.
Personal: Daughter of Mike and Debbie Lillig… Has three siblings, Michael, Nikki and John… Father, Mike, played football at Missouri Western… Her cousin, Stacy, played volleyball and softball at Missouri Southern… Majoring in Pre-Med.