Born and raised in Arizona, Brandie started playing soccer at the age of three. Playing recreational, school, and competitive club soccer she was honored to play on the ODP Arizona team until moving to Beaver Dam, WI in 2014. Once in Wisconsin she continued playing high school and club soccer graduating from Beaver Dam High School in 2016 and committed to playing collegiate soccer at Madison College.
Combined freshman and sophomore collegiate year (2016-2017) (2017-2018) she broke many goalkeeper records. Such as, 144 Saves in 16 Games (Season), 231 Saves in 35 Games (Career), first and second record holder for save percentages with 0.889 in her 2016 season and 0.861 in her 2017 season. 8 Shutouts (season), and 12 Shutouts (career). Goals against average first and second in a season with a .72 (2017) and a .83 (2016), also a career record of a .91 goals against average. She also captained her team sophomore year to the National Tournament. She graduated in 2018 with a Criminal Justice Degree.
She is now apart of Verona Soccer Club and will be the head coach of the U13/U14G soccer team for the 2018/2018 season. She is the Goalkeeper coach for Madison College Women’s Soccer.