2010 (junior) - Played in all 19 games for the Hoyas, starting 13 of them ... Georgetown's fourth-leading scorer with 26 goals to her credit ... Tallied 31 points on the season, fourth highest on the team ... Posted 11 ground balls, five draw controls and six caused turnovers ... Scored three game winners this season ... Scored four goals against Rutgers and Cincinnati as well as three against Connecticut.
2009 (sophomore) - Named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll after tallying five goals in one week including three in the win over Notre Dame and two against Rutgers ... Started all 19 games for the Hoyas ... Georgetown's fourth-leading scorer with 23 goals to her credit ... Had an assist against George Washington for 24 total points on the season ... Posted 23 draw controls to rank fourth on the squad ... Also had 12 ground balls and seven caused turnovers ... Scored the game winner against George Washington ... Tallied a season-high four goals in the win over George Mason, also had three in winning efforts over George Washington and Notre Dame ... Managed four draw controls in victories over George Washington and George Mason.
2008 (freshman) - Started in three games and saw action in 17 ... Scored goals in wins against George Mason and at Louisville and dished out an assist in a game at Syracuse to finish the season with three points ... Picked up one ground ball in both the win at Johns Hopkins and the win against William & Mary ... Had three draw controls on the season ... Finished the year with three forced turnovers.
Prior to Georgetown - 2007 Under Armour All-American ... Named to the 2007 Inside Lacrosse "Top Players" list ... Compiled 179 goals and 37 assists for coach Brooke Kuhl at Mount Hebron, whose team won 98 straight games ... Was a part of three-consecutive National Championships, four-straight State Championships and four Country Championships ... In 2006, was named All-County First Team, First Team All-Met, All-America honorable mention and earned a spot on the Mid Atlantic Team 1 ... Earned All-County honors on 2004, 2005 and 2006 as a midfielder for Mount Hebron's soccer team.