Named Second Team All-Southern Conference at goalkeeper ... started all 20 games in net for UNCG, racking up 1,825:08 minutes between the pipes ... led the SoCon in saves (104) and shutouts (6) while ranking second in saves per game (5.20), third in goal against average (1.08) and save percentage (.825) and fourth in shutouts per game (0.30) ... started off the season with three consecutive shutouts against High Point (Aug. 19), Tennessee Tech (Aug. 21) and Elon (Aug. 26) ... stopped a season-high nine shots in UNCG's 3-1 win over Army (Sept. 2) ... kept a clean sheet in 110:00 minutes in goal against Wofford (Sept. 30) ... Followed up with a shutout of a Furman squad that entered the game as the nation's leading scoring team (Oct. 2) ... delivered her third shutout in four games, holding Western Carolina scoreless in a 1-0 Spartan win (Oct. 9) ... wrapped up her sixth shut out of the season as UNCG won 1-0 over Chattanooga (Oct. 23).
Played and started in all 21 games in goal for the Spartans totaling 1,950:29 minutes in goal... had a 1.38 goals against average and totaled 99 saves this season...had a 9-9-3 overall record and 6-2-1 in Southern Conference play... made 43 saves in SoCon action with a 0.66 GAA and .878 save percentage with four complete-game shutouts... had six shutouts on the season and one combined shutout... led the SoCon in goalkeeper minutes and finished the season ranked second in saves per game (4.71)... Was named the NSCAA National Player of the Week and Southern Conference Player of the week Sept. 15 for a 1-0-1 week in which she recorded a 2-0 shutout against NC State for the Spartans first win over an ACC opponent since 2012... she tallied a season-high 11 saves in a 1-1 draw against Elon (Sept. 13) and played a season-high 104:20 minutes in goal in the 3-2 double-overtime loss in the season opener against Loyola-Chicago (Aug. 21)... finished the season ranked second in the SoCon in shutouts, second in saves, fourth in saves per game and seventh in goals against average
Named to the 2014 Southern Conference All-Freshman team ... Played in 18 games, starting 16 in her first season as a Spartan ... Played 10 complete games, including two overtimes ... Finished with 1,499:32 minutes played and made 87 total saves, good for eighth best in school history ... Earned her first shutout at Liberty (Aug. 26) ... Made seven saves at Georgia (Aug. 24) and had 12 saves at West Virginia (Sept. 7) ... Split time earning the start against High Point (Sept. 19) making two saves ... Earned her second shutout against James Madison (Sept. 21) ... Had a career-best 13 saves at Mercer (Sept. 26) in a double-overtime draw ... Picked up her third shutout at Western Carolina (Oct. 17) ... Made nine saves against ETSU (Nov. 2), including a PK stop in the SoCon quarterfinals ... Awarded a SoCon Commissioner's Medal (3.5 GPA or higher) ... Made the SoCon honor roll.
2013 (Freshman at Penn State)
Coached by Jorge Diaz at Perrysburg High ... Four-year starter and earned All-League second team honors in 2012 ... Helped the Yellow Jackets win their first Ohio State Division I State Soccer Championship and finish with a perfect season of 23-0 ... Holds the school record for most individual shutouts in a season (19) as well as most shutouts in a career … Played for the Pacesetter Soccer Club, coached by former Penn State men's soccer coach Jimmy Walker ... Helped her team win the 2013 State Cup Championship and finish as runner-up in 2010 and 2011.
Full name is Chloe Rae Buehler ... Born on May 25, 1995 in Toledo, Ohio ... Parents are Dave and Mary Buehler ... Has one brother, Logan ... Majoring in marketing.