As a Junior (2009) Named to the 2009 Atlantic 10 Conference Second-Team All-Conference and All-Academic Team ... played in started in all 17 games ... tied for fifth on the Dukes with 20 goals ... season-best three goals and three ground balls at Massachusetts ... career-best seven draw controls against both Robert Morris and George Washington.
As a Sophomore (2008) Played and started all 17 matches ... recorded a point in 14 matches ... career-best 14 caused turnovers ... led team with a personal-best 39 draw controls ... season-high three goals and four points at Denver ... season-best three ground balls at St. Bonaventure.
As a Freshman (2007) Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team ... two-time A-10 Rookie of the Week ... played in all 17 games, starting 16 ... 25 goals was tied for third-best on the Red & Blue ... 13 shots vs. Denver was tied for the second most single-game in DU history ... scored five goals at Richmond ... scored four goals vs. Bucknell.
High School Led her Mt. Hebron High squad to a No. 1 ranking in the country and three undefeated seasons from 2003 to 2005 ... helped lead her prep team to the county, region and state championships ... a two-year letterwinner ... led her team to the Maryland 2A-3A State Championships in 2004 and 2005 and they were also named National Champions by US Lacrosse ... was also a standout in field hockey where she garnered all-state, all-county and all-metro honors ... was named the Howard County Times field hockey Player of the Year as a senior ... a member of the National Honor Society ... performed in her school's musical productions.
Personal Member of the Pappert Women's Chorale ... a liberal arts major ... Dean's List ... Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Director of Athletics' Honor Roll ... IWLCA Academic Honor Roll ... born November 3, 1988.
High Games Goals: 5 at Richmond (Fr.) Assists: 1 (last)vs. Temple (Jr.) Points: 5 at Richmond (Fr.) Shots: 13 vs. Denver (Fr.) Shots on Goal: 11 vs. Denver (Fr.) Ground Balls: 6 at La Salle (Fr.) Draw Controls:7 (last) at George Wasington(Jr.) Caused Turnovers: 4 at Robert Morris (Fr.)