2019: Started and played in three matches before departing for the FIFA Women's World Cup...Recorded a shutout against Orlando on April 14.
2018: Named NWSL Goalkeeper of the Year...An NWSL Best XI pick...Started and played in 14 games...Posted a 1.00 goals-against average, recording 45 saves and three shutouts...Finished the season with a 76.3 save percentage...Started and played in both NWSL playoff games...Recorded her third shutout of the season on Aug. 25 against Washington...Named NWSL Player of the Week for Week 20...Earned her first shutout of the season on July 6 against Utah...Was named NWSL Player of the Week for Week 14 after making 11 saves in two matches...Earned her first win of the season on the road against Chicago on March 31.
2017: Named NWSL Goalkeeper of the Year...An NWSL Best XI selection...Named Team MVP and Community MVP...Started all 24 matches with a record of 14-5-5...Set a NWSL single-season record for shutouts, logging her 11th shutout in a scoreless draw against the Orlando Pride on Sept. 23...Led the league in save percentage (80.0)...Ranked fourth in the NWSL in saves (80 saves)...Posted a 0.83 goals-against average...Started both NWSL playoff matches, registering a shutout and five saves in the NWSL Championship against the North Carolina Courage on Oct. 14...Recorded her league-leading 10th shutout of the season, tying the NWSL single-season record of shutouts, in a 1-0 win on the road against Boston on Sept. 10...Set a Thorns FC single-season club record with her eighth shutout of the season in a win against Houston on Aug. 19...Earned her seventh clean sheet of the season against North Carolina on July 15...Made six saves, including her second penalty-kick save of this season, recording her fifth shutout of the season, and the eighth of her career for Thorns FC to become the club's all-time career leader in shutouts with in a win against Sky Blue FC on June 3...Posted a shutout at home against Boston on May 27 and notched a shutout on the road against FC Kansas City on May 13...Earned her second clean sheet of the season, registering five saves against Chicago on April 29, earning NWSL Save of the Week honors for Week 3...Registered her first clean sheet of the season, recording seven saves against the Orlando Pride on April 15.
2016: Started and played in six matches, logging 540 minutes...Registered three shutouts, posting a 0.50 goals-against average and 19 saves ... Made her first career start and appearance for Thorns FC, recording a shutout and tallying four saves in a win against Boston on May 1, surpassing 100 saves for her NWSL career...Earned a clean sheet, making six saves against Washintgton on May 7...Made four straight starts in goal (May 1-21), picking up her second win of the season against Washington on May 21...Earned her third clean sheet of the season, and the 10th of her NWSL career, making seven saves in a 2-0 win against the Western New York Flash on June 17.
2015: Signed to play professionally in Norway with Avaldsnes IL... Appeared in 15 matches in her first season with the club.
2014: Suffered a season-ending knee injury in preseason camp.
2013: The sixth-overall selection in the 2013 NWSL College Draft by the Western New York Flash...Started all 22 regular-season games and both matches in the playoffs, posting a record of 10-4-8 during the regular season...NWSL Second XI selection...Registered a league-best 0.91 goals-against average...Led the NWSL in saves (98)...Recorded seven clean sheets.
2019: Earned her first international cap in the SheBelieves Cup against England on March 2.
2018: Was part of the 23-player roster for 2018 the Tournament of Nations...Participated in 2018 January camp with the USWNT...Named to the roster for the USWNT ahead of a pair of friendlies against Canada on Nov. 9 and Nov. 12.
2016: Took part in U.S. Women’s National Team camp.
2012-13: Called into camp with the U.S. Women’s National Team in 2012 and 2013.
Youth international: Played for the U.S. U-20 and U-23 Women’s National Team, appearing on the roster at the 2010 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.
College (Oklahoma State University)
A four-year starter (2009-12) at Oklahoma State, Franch guided the Cowgirls to the NCAA Tournament in three of her four seasons. A three-time All-American and two-time semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy, Franch registered 38 career shutouts, a program record, while recording a 0.69 goals-against average and 325 saves across four seasons.