Khanna earns soccer's first CoSIDA honor since 2010
2013 (Senior) Named to the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American (Third Team) ... became the fourth Academic All-American in program history and the first since 2007 ... also tabbed to the Academic All-District IV First Team ... also named to the 2013 Southeastern Conference Community Service Team ... ranked among team leaders in minutes played with 1,144 ... tied for fourth on the team with six points ... played in 18 games and made nine starts ... recorded the game-winning assist vs. UAB (9/15) ... scored her first goal of the season vs. Tennessee (9/29) ... recorded an assist at then-No. 20 Georgia (10/4) ... scored a goal at Mississippi State (10/25) ... collected 23 shots ... one of the more versatile players on the team, as she saw action in every position on the field except goalkeeper.
2012 (Junior) Saw action in all 19 games with four starts while providing solid depth for the attack ... took 38 shots on the year, with nine on frame ... posted seven points on a goal and five assists ... had three assists in conference play ... recorded a shot in the season opener against Kennesaw State (8.17) ... assisted on first goal of the game against Samford for her first point of the year (8.24) ... recorded a shot on goal against Samford ... scored her first goal of the year in the victory over UAB (8.26) ... finished with a goal and a shot on goal against UAB ... recorded six shots against South Alabama, putting one on frame (8.31) ... tallied her second assist of the year in the win over South Alabama ... took one shot against Tennessee (9.14) ... recorded a career-high seven shots against LSU, with two on target (9.16) ... put up two shots against Mississippi, with one on target (9.23) ... tallied two shots and had an assist against Vanderbilt (9.28) ... posted two shots and added an assist against Mississippi State (10.12) ... earned the start against Missouri, putting up five shots, with two on goal (10.14) ... tallied an assist in the double overtime loss to Auburn in the season finale (10.25).
2011 (Sophomore) Named to the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll ... played in all 22 matches and made 17 starts ... was tied for the team lead in points with 15 ... paced the Crimson Tide with five assists while adding five goals ... recorded one game-winning goal on the year ... tallied 30 shots and put 16 on frame ... logged 1,422 minutes ... scored four points on one goal and two assists in the season-opening win against Kennesaw State (Aug. 19) ... scored the lone goal in the win against ranked San Diego State (Sept. 4) on the road ... had an assist in the win against Vanderbilt (Sept. 23) ... scored her third goal of the season in a draw against Mississippi State (Sept. 30) ... had an assist and fired off five shots in a win against Arkansas (Oct. 14) ... scored in the regular-season finale against Auburn to help propel the Tide into the SEC Tournament (Oct. 28) ... found the back of the net in the NCAA tournament match at Miami (Nov. 12) ... tallied six points on two goals and two assists during SEC play (17 shots, seven on goal) ... scored a game-winner during league competition.
2010 (Freshman) Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll ... played in 18 matches and earned 13 starts as a true freshman ... logged 1,284 minutes, primarily out wide on the attack ... tallied four points on one goal and two assists ... took 31 shots and put 11 on frame ... recorded her first career point on an assist at Memphis (Sept. 10) ... handed out the game-winning assist on the lone goal in the match against Texas Tech (Sept. 17) ... tallied the game-winning goal in a 2-0 decision against Mississippi State (Sept. 26) ... played in all 11 league matches, earning eight starts ... logged 786 minutes over that span ... scored two points on one goal in SEC play (14 shots, six on goal) ... played a season-high 106 minutes at LSU (Oct. 1).
High School and Personal Data Attended Mullen High School in Littleton, Colo., where she played for coach Amy Estes and was a team captain ... member of 2007 state championship team ... named to the 2008 and 2010 all-conference team ... garnered 2010 Academic All-State honors ... recipient of the Torch Award in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... 2008 Leadership Award recipient ... 2008 Link Leader honoree ... played four years for coach Erik Bushey on the Nike Rush (2007 state finalist) ... 2008 Regional Championships participant in Hawai'i ... finished ranked in the top 10 of 2008 Red Bull National League ... member of the U-20 Colorado Rush ... is the daughter of Kam and Susan.