Ibewuike In The C-USA Rankings T5th in assists (6), T4th in assists per game (.35).
North Texas 2013 Named Third-Team All-C-USA. Posted a career-best four-point game at Tulsa with a goal and two assists, which earned her C-USA Offensive Player of the Week honors. Cross to Lynda Hercules opened scoring in MTSU win. Sparked NT's comeback effort at Colorado College with a goal in the 29th minute. Scored the go-ahead goal in NT's C-USA opener against Southern Miss. Assisted on a goal in NT's 5-0 win over Oklahoma. Disrupted TCU's defense with a game-high six shots and an assist in the 2-0 win. With a goal against Sam Houston State, Vanessa recorded her 2nd goal in just her 3rd Mean Green appearance. Also tallied a pair of assists against SHSU. Scored her first goal in a Mean Green uniform against Virginia Tech. Earned a start in her first appearance at No. 10 Wake Forest.
Texas Started eight games for Texas in 2011, and tallied three goals and five assists for 11 points, which ranked third on the team. Scored the game-winning goal in second overtime to give UT a 2-1 victory over USC.
Purdue Spent her freshman year at Purdue, where she was named to the Big-Ten All-Freshman Team. As a freshman, she led the Boilermakers in assists (5) and led all newcomers in minutes played. Ranked third on the team in shots (49), fourth in points (11) and tied for fifth in goals (3). Sat out the 2012 season with an injury. Apart of the FC Dallas 91 club squad that won the 2008 U.S. ODP National Championship.
Personal Born Vanessa Ibewuike on March 26, 1991. daughter of Victor and Mabel Ibewuike.
Career Accolades Third-Team All-C-USA C-USA Offensive Player of the Week (10/21/13)
Career Goals: 9/1/13 vs. Virginia Tech (49') 9/6/13 vs. Sam Houston State (60') 9/27/13 vs. Southern Miss (12') 10/6/13 at Colorado College (29') 10/18/13 at Tulsa (43')