Hemmings attended the University of Denver and played for the Pioneers from 2004–2008.
She was named Colorado 4A player of the year in 2003. Hemmings was also named NSCAA adidas High School All-American in 2003. She was named Most Valuable Player of the championship game both years.
University of Denver
In 2006 and 2008, Hemmings was named to the Soccer Buzz All-Central Region First Team and NSCAA adidas All-Central Region Second Team.
She ended her career as the Pioneers" second all-time career-scoring leader with 112 points and the leading scorer in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 competition with 42 goals and 28 assists, tying the program"s record for career goals and ranking third in career assists. Club
In 2010, Hemmings was selected in the seventh round (65th overall) by the Boston Breakers in the 2010 Women"s Professional Soccer (WPS) Draft.
She started four of the 13 games she appeared in during the season, playing a total of 481 minutes. In 2011, she started 10 of the 16 games she appeared in, logging a total of 893 minutes.
Hemmings credits her father Bruce for her athletic ability and competitive drive.
Hemmings made a total of 10 appearances with nine starts, and finished second on the team in goals scored with four. After the suspension of the Women"s Professional Soccer league in early 2012, Hemmings was signed to the Boston Breakers in the WPSL Elite
On February 5, 2013, she joined Chicago Red Stars in the new National Women"s Soccer League. On September 1, 2014, the Red Stars announced that Hemmings would be loaned to Fortuna Hjørring in Denmark.
On November 2, 2015 Hemmings was selected by the new NWSL club Orlando Pride in an expansion draft to play in 2016 season.
However, before the start of the season, Hemmings decided to retire from professional soccer in March 2016.