|Major:||History and Science|
Sophomore • 2010
Named to the All-Ivy League second team and SGI/National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad ... Received team's Most Valuable Player award ... Played every game in goal ... Ranked 16th nationally with 6.82 saves per game ... In Ivy League games, ranked second in the league in save percentage (.754), third in saves (43) and fourth in saves per game (6.14) and goals-against average (1.87) ... One of three goalies to record a shutout in an Ivy game with three-save blanking of Penn (Sept. 25) ... Held three other opponents to a single goal ... Recorded eight or more saves on eight occasions, reaching double digits four times ... Stopped a season-high 11 shots three times: at New Hampshire (Sept. 15), against Northeastern (Sept. 22) and at Stanford (Oct. 8).
Freshman • 2009
Selected to the SGI/NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Ranked seventh nationally with 8.82 saves per game ... Played every minute in goal as a rookie ... Notched double-digit save totals several times late in the season with 11 stops against New Hampshire (Nov. 3), 10 at No. 9 Boston College (Oct. 28), 15 against No. 4 Princeton and 12 against Boston University (Oct. 14) ... Posted first shutout with eight saves in 1-0 win at Cornell (Oct. 17) ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after picking up 10 saves against Michigan (Oct. 10) and 12 against No. 10 Massachusetts (Oct. 6) ... Recorded a high of 23 saves at No. 5 Connecticut (Sept. 23) ... Recorded five saves in 4-1 win over UC Davis (Sept. 9) … Picked up first collegiate win in season opener at Holy Cross (Sept. 5).
A four-year letterwinner in field hockey and softball at Hockaday High School … Captained both teams senior season … Named first team All-SPC Tournament in 2007 … Recipient of the Zoe Cavalaris Outstanding Female Athlete Award as well as the Nan McGarr Athletic Sprit Award in 2009 … Participated in Model UN and Student Council throughout high school … President and representative of Athletic Board.
Enjoys movies, traveling and Greek dancing … Father, Kerry, played soccer at Emory University.