The squad will compete at the 2017 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Women’s World Cup
Tri-Captain ... Smooth, smart attacker ... Superb finisher with exceptional skills and fantastic vision ... Her dodging abilities makes her difficult to mark ... Will lead the attack this spring.
2009 (junior) - Named Second Team All-American and the Female Athlete of the Year by The Hoya ... Earned a spot on the All-Region Second Team and was a First Team All-BIG EAST honoree ... A Tewaraaton nominee ... Spent time on the BIG EAST Honor Roll ... Started all 19 games for the team ... Led the Hoyas in scoring with 72 points ... Posted a team-high 55 goals and ranked third on the team in assists with 17 ... Scored six game winners ... Posted five goals against George Washington, Johns Hopkins and the conference tournament game against Louisville ... Notched four assists in the loss to Maryland ... Scored four goals in six different games (Duke, George Mason, Notre Dame, UConn and Louisville).
2008 (sophomore) - Selected as a Third Team All-American ... Named a IWLCA Regional All-American and was a BIG EAST First Team honoree ... Started all 19 games ... Ranked second on the team in points (63), goals (42), and assists (21) ... Tallied seven points in two separate games, against Loyola (Md.) and against Notre Dame ... Posted multiple points in 15 games ... Tallied three assists in four different games (at George Washington, Loyola (Md.), at Johns Hopkins and Notre Dame) ... Scored a season-high five goals in a win against George Mason ... Picked up a season-high two ground balls in a winning effort against Notre Dame ... Forced a season-high two turnovers in a win at George Washington.
2007 (freshman) - Played in 15 games ... Ranked second among newcomers with three points (2 G, 1 A) ... Scored goals at George Mason and at William & Mary ... Finished with season with five ground balls and two caused turnovers.
Prior to Georgetown - Earned varsity letters in both lacrosse and field hockey ... Named Honorable Mention All-American, IAAM All-Star, First Team All-County.