|High School:||The Lady Eleanor Holles School|
Sophomore • 2011-12
Finished the season with a 7-8 record in singles and 11-10 mark in doubles ... Was 0-1 in Ivy League singles and 1-3 in doubles ... Went 3-3 in singles and 3-4 in doubles during the fall tournament schedule ... Was 2-4 in singles and 6-3 in doubles during the non-conference portion of the dual season ... Opened Ivy League play with wins over Courtney Malinchak of Cornell, 7-5, 7-5, and Tiana Takenaga of Columbia, 6-0, 6-4 ... Teamed with Kristin Norton to beat Ion/Raghavan of Penn, 8-6, in the No. 2 doubles spot ... Played with Kelly Whelan and beat Princeton's Goepel/Saiontz, 9-8(9).
Freshman • 2010-11
Won eight matches, four singles and four doubles in fall tournaments ... Beat Jenny Yonkus (S. John's) amd Sharissa Ryan (Fairfield) in straight sets at the USTA Billie Jean King Invitational ... Defeated Megumi Voight (Air Force) and Cate Stewart (Brown) at the Harvard Invitational ... Won three doubles matches teaming with Natalie Blosser and a fourth with Samantha Rosekrans at the Harvard Invitational ... Won two doubles matches with Samantha Rosekrans at the ECAC Indoor Championship against pairs from Cornell and Yale ... Picked up her first dual-match victory in singles over Alana McMahon from San Francisco March 17, while also pairing with Holly Cao to win the No. 2 doubles match against the Dons ... Opened Ivy League play with four straight singles victories, including a three-set comeback against Emma Whitfield of Penn ... Went 10-7 with a 5-2 Ivy record in singles play.
Played varsity tennis and lacrosse at The Lady Eleanor Holles School ... Member of the England Under-19 and Middlesex Under-18A team ... Two-time school Most Valuable Player ... Recipient of Gold and Silver awards ... Helped team achieve top 10 ranking in United Kingdom in 2007-08 ... Lacrosse team finished section in national in 2008-09 ... Winner of Home International Championships while captaining England Under-19 team ... Winner of GCSE Prize in 2007 ... Best SportsWoman in school prize in 2009.
Interested in music, films and reading.