Hoyas incoming class of nine mixes with 10 seniors on 2012 field hockey team
2014: Played in 13 games, starting 12, as a junior for the Hoyas...took two shots, the first against Davidson on Aug. 30, and the second coming against Brown on Sept. 14.
2013: Appeared in all 18 games, starting in 11 of them, with one goal, two points, four shots on the season, three of which were on goal...Started and registered a shot on goal in the final home game against Villanova (11/2)...Started her 11th and seventh consecutive game at No. 1 Maryland (10/27)...Started and scored her first goal of her career at No. 17 Temple in the Hoyas lone goal on the day; she scored on her only shot on goal (10/25)...Started against Liberty (10/20)...Started against No.2 Connecticut (10/18)...Stated at Rutgers (10/12)...Made her sixth start at Old Dominion (10/6)...Started and had one shot on goal against Saint Francis (10/4)...Saw action in the overtime win against Saint Louis (9/29)...Made her fourth-straight start against No. 16 Louisville (9/4)...Made the start and managed one shot in the win against Holy Cross (9/22)...Started consecutive games at Providence (9/20)...Started her first game of the season at Cornell (9/15)...Saw action at Lehigh (9/13)...Participated in the road contest at Lock Haven (9/8)...Appeared in the game against Towson (9/6)...Saw action against Rider (9/1)...Saw action in the season-opener against Davidson (8/30).
2012: Saw action in five contests with one shot.
Before GU: A six-time varsity letterwinner, earning three in field hockey and three in lacrosse at Choate Rosemary Hall...Named field hockey team captain during her senior season...In field hockey earned her school's Excellence in Field Hockey award in 2011 and the Coaches Award in 2010...Earned the Coaches Award in lacrosse in 2012, as well as the Coaches Award for junior varsity ice hockey...Earned All-Academic honors during her senior season for lacrosse...Coached in field hockey by Fran O'Donoghue...Made the Dean's List in all 12 terms of her high school career and was a member of the Cum Laude Society.