University of Iowa Athletics

#1 Macy Enneking

Height 5-9
Class Sr.
Hometown Hilliard, Ohio
High School Hilliard Bradley
Club Team Ohio Premier
Macy Enneking - Women's Soccer - University of Iowa Athletics

2023 Honors – One of four players in program history to earn United Soccer Coaches First Team All-North Region recognition… Academic All-Big Ten… All-Big Ten Tournament Team… recognized as a Big Ten Player to Watch… earned Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Week on Oct. 3… named Honorable Mention Goalkeeper of the Week on Sept. 5 by Top Drawer Soccer… team captain. 2023 – 12.5 shutouts were an Iowa goalkeeper single-season record and ranked fifth nationally… led Iowa to a program-best 0.76 goals against average… 58 saves (2.64 per game) at a .733 save percentage… credited with 13 wins at .682 win percentage… 2,006 minutes played were a team-high.

2022 Honors – Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors… letterwinner. 2022 – Made seven starts through seven games played (627 minutes)… nabbed 30 saves for 4.29 saves per game and a .833 save percentage… recorded a .860 goals against average with a 3-2-2 record for the season… posted two clean sheets while allowing no more than one goal in six out of seven games played… made a season-high eight saves in a, 2-1, victory over No. 13 Northwestern, one short of a career-high.

2021 Honors Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors… letterwinner. 2021 – Appeared in five games with four of them being starts… went 3-1-1 with two shutouts in 4 starts… posted a 0.64 goals against average with 27 saves in 425 minutes… had a .900 save percentage… made a season-high 6 saves in three different matches Nebraska (10/14), Wisconsin (10/24), and Michigan State (10/31).


2020 Honors – Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Defensive Player… Big Ten All-Tournament team selection… unanimous Big Ten All-Freshman team selection… Big Ten Freshman of the Week on March 22… named Iowa’s Newcomer of the Year honoree. 2020 – Went 7-3-0 with six shutouts and posted a 0.47 goals against average… made 52 saves and had a .912 saves percentage in 954:13 minutes in goal… led the Big Ten in goals against average and saves percentage while being tied for third in shutouts (6) and tied for fourth in saves (52)… made her Hawkeye debut, playing the second half at Rutgers (3/18)… made her first career start at Maryland (3/21), making three saves in a 1-0 overtime victory – Iowa’s first of the season… named Big Ten Freshman of Week on March 22 after going 1-0 with six saves in her first career action… also notched a shutout in the 1-0 win over Purdue (3/28), making six saves… went 5-1-0 with four consecutive shutouts in the postseason with victories over Illinois, Minnesota, Penn State, Wisconsin and Campbell… made a career-high nine saves in the 1-0 win the Nittany Lions (4/15)… made five saves in the Big Ten Tournament championship game win over Wisconsin (4/18)… it was the first Big Ten title in program history… made three saves in the NCAA Tournament victory – the first in school history — over Campbell (4/30)… allowed just three goals over the first 864 minutes of her career in goal.

High School — Played U14, U16, U17, and U18 for the Elite Club National League… was a national finalist and Mid-Atlantic Conference champion in U14, team captain for U16, U17, and U18… national Top 4 and Ohio Valley Conference champions in U18… played for Ohio Premier Soccer Club from U12 to present… two-time second-team All-OCC selection… two-time team MVP and team captain… was second on team in goals as a junior… helped team to a conference title and district finals appearance as a senior… holds school record for quickest goal — scoring four seconds in… Honors Plus Honors as a ninth grader… Magna Cum Laude honoree in 11th grade, and Summa Cum Laude honoree as a senior… high school coach was Becky Alcox… club coach were William Gage and Chris King.

Personal — Born Sept. 25, 2001, in Columbus, Ohio… daughter of Mike and Lisa Enneking… has two siblings, Dustin Gigandet and Maxwell Enneking… health and human physiology major… graduated early and joined the roster in Jan., 2020.