Played 15 games in goal, making 12 starts ... finished with a record of 7-5-1, including three shutout victories while sharing time with Tasha Dittamore ... made 50 saves with a .714 save percentage ... Tied a career high with nine saves in shutout win over Texas Tech ... she is now tied for third among Mizzou's goalkeepers with seven career shutouts and 16 victories ... also played the forward position when she was not in the net ... Scored first career goal against Nebraska ... Selected to the Academic All-Big 12 second team.
Sophomore (2006): Started 17 games in goal and played a team-high 1499:21 minutes for the Tigers ... recorded four shutouts in her first four collegiate starts ... helped the squad set a new Missouri record with five-consecutive shutouts to start the year ... did not yield a goal until 454:53 into the season ... recorded 54 saves during the season with a 1.50 goals against average ... also posted a .684 save percentage ... made a career-high nine saves against No. 14 Texas ... stopped five shots as Mizzou posted a 5-0 win over No. 13 Illinois ... named to the Tiger Invitational All-Tournament Team.
Freshman (2005): Saw action in three games in goal for the Tigers as a freshman ... made three saves on the season ... played a season-high 36 minutes against Arkansas State and recorded two saves ... played every minute of Missouri's spring season ... recorded 19 saves in six games and posted a 1.50 goals-against-average ... held the full Canadian National Team scoreless in the second half of the Tigers' 2-0 loss.
Prep: Member of 2003 and 2004 Missouri state ODP teams ... played for the 2003 ODP Region II squad ... finished her 2004 high school season with a 20-0-2 record ... playing for St. Joseph's Academy, she went undefeated during her time on the junior varsity squad with a two-year record of 44-0-1 ... member of the Busch soccer club from 2001-03 ... played for the Arsenal soccer club in 2004 ... while playing for Arsenal, she helped lead the team to an Orange Classic championship and MYSA Champagne Classic championship ... chose Missouri over Illinois, Southwest Missouri State and Kansas.
Personal: Mallory is the daughter of Dan and Dawn Forst ... born June 23, 1987 ... undecided on a major.