SENIOR (2020): Played in 13 matches with no starts, but still tied for third on the team with nine points … scored three goals (tied for third on the team) and registered three assists (tied for second on the team) … was an offensive force early in the season, scoring three times in the first first games … had the game-winner against Colorado State in a 4-1 season opening win … added a goal against Utah State on her second shot on net of the season … had an assist in the next match, against Colorado College … added a goal and an assist against Air Force, the goal her third of the season coming on her third shot on net of the season … had an assist in a 3-1 win over Wyoming … propelled UNM into the second round of the NCAA College Cup when she placed home the winning penalty in a 4-2 shootout win over Navy in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament … named Mountain West All-Academic and Mountain West Scholar-Athlete.
JUNIOR (2019): Competed in 20 contests including five starts … accumulated 12 shots, six on goal, for a .500 shot on goal percentage … most minutes of the season, 80, came in UNM’s 2-2 tie with Fresno State on Oct. 27 … named to the 2019 Academic All-Mountain West Team … earned 2019-20 Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award.
SOPHOMORE (2018): Played in a total of 14 games … netted a total of two goals on the season, one of them coming in UNM’s 5-0 shutout of Idaho State on August 26 … the other against Wyoming on September 23 … also registered two assists in that same game … posted a total of 10 shots on the season with four being on goal … saw action in a total of 213 minutes on the season.
FRESHMAN (2017): Redshirted the 2017 Season.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Hirschman is coming off a senior season for Eldorado High School in Albuquerque for coach Andrew Wiese where she was named first-team all-state, all-district and all-academic, the district player of the year and helped the Eagles to the Class 6A state semifinal … as a junior she helped Eldorado to a 6A state runner-up finish … earned two academic letters … played for Rio ’98 and helped the team to New Mexico State Cup championships in 2014 and 2015.