|High School:||Sidwell Friends|
Huang, the 2006 team captain, was selected as a second team NSCAA All-American last year, becoming the first Yale player since Jen Teti in 1993 to earn All-America recognition. She also was a first team All-Ivy and first team All-Region selection. In addition, SoccerBuzz named her first team All-Northeast Region and second team All-America. Huang started all 20 games for the Bulldogs and was fourth on the team in points with nine (3 goals, 3 assists). Her goal in the 72nd minute proved to be the game-winner in Yale's key 2-1 victory over Dartmouth, which helped her earn Ivy League Player of the Week honors. As a sophomore, Huang was named first team all-region by both the NSCAA and SoccerBuzz and was a first team All-Ivy selection. She started all 18 games and tied for fourth on the team in scoring with eight points (3 goals, 2 assists). Two of her three goals were game winners, against Sacred Heart and UConn. As a freshman, Huang was named first team All-Ivy, NSCAA second team all-region and was selected to SoccerBuzz's Northeast Region All-Freshman team. In addition, SoccerBuzz selected her third team freshman All-American and second team All-Region. Against Penn, she assisted on the only goal in Yale's 1-0 victory. Her first career goal came in a victory over Fairfield. In addition, she was selected as the ECAC Player of the Game following the Bulldogs' 1-0 win over Loyola, Ill. Huang played for the Maryland Olympic Development Program for six years and was a member of the under-19 Region I team. She also played for the Bethesda Dragons, one of the top club teams in the nation. At the Sidwell Friends School Huang was three-time all-league selection and two-time team most valuable player.