The Missouri State field hockey team made a three-goal comeback to force overtime, but nationally-ranked James Madison scored a game-winner to defeat the Bears
Awards/Honors 2014: NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Academic All-MAC Team ... Missouri State Athletics Director's Honor Roll (Fall) 2013: NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Academic All-MAC Honorable Mention ... Missouri State Athletics Director's Honor Roll 2012: NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Missouri State Athletics Director's Honor Roll
2014 Season (Sophomore) Played in all 18 games for the Bears, including 12 starts ... Started the final eight games for MSU as a defender ... Made first career defensive save in home loss to Miami (Oct. 24) ... Played every minute for the Bears in four contests ... Averaged over 52 minutes of playing time per game ... Logged 79 minutes on the field in a 4-3 overtime defeat to No. 20 James Madison on Sept. 19 ... Earned only one yellow card during season.
2013 Season (Freshman) Came back from a season-ending injury in 2012 to play in and start all 16 games for the Bears.
2012 Season (Medical Redshirt) Played in just one game for the Bears and earned medical hardship for the 2012 season.
Background Satre lettered for two years at Davis Senior High School ... Helped her team to a second-place league finish in 2011 and a league title in 2010 ... Earned the senior impact award and Eastern Athletic League Offensive Player of the Year award in 2011 ... Also lettered in lacrosse and ski team at Davis.
Personal Brynne Patricia Satre was born Sept. 6, 1994 in Woodland, Calif. ... Daughter of Michael and Lindsey Satre ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Has two siblings, Alex and Cara ... Her father, Michael, played rugby and football at UC Davis ... Her brother, Alex, played football at Colorado School of Mines.