Hawk Items — Selected to compete in 2014 U.S. U21 Championship.
2016 — Started all 19 games, logging 1,275:46 minutes in goal… posted a 12-7 record, making 65 saves (0.667)… registered a 1.70 goals against average… blanked five opponents including three straight shutouts against Saint Louis, Monmouth and Kent State… named NFHCA Defensive Player of the week on Sept. 14… garnered Academic All-Big Ten and NFHCA National Academic Squad accolades… letterwinner.
2015 — Started all 19 contests, logging 1,322:02 minutes at goalkeeper… posted a 9-9 record, while notching 88 saves (.704) — the fourth best total in the Big Ten… posted a 1.96 goals against average… matched her career high in saves (13) in a 3-2 loss at Penn State (Oct. 23)… recorded 11 saves in Iowa’s 1-0 overtime loss to No. 10 Michigan (Nov. 5) in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament… shared shutout honors with Katie Jones in Iowa’s 7-0 victory over Saint Louis (Sept. 13), also picked up a 2-0 shutout victory against Missouri State (Sept. 20)… garnered Academic All-Big Ten honors… NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad honoree… letterwinner.
2014 — Appeared in 17 contests, starting each game at goalkeeper… posted a 10-7 mark… collected 78 saves and a .722 save percentage… tallied career high 13 saves at No. 2 Maryland (Nov. 1)… named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 28 following 4-0 shutout over No. 5 Penn State… letterwinner.
2013 —Saw action in two contests, (Missouri State, Pacific)… earned first career win against Missouri State on Oct. 7.
High School — Played high school field hockey for Bishop Eustace Prep School, leading the Crusaders to New Jersey state championships in 2010 and 2012 and conference championships in 2010 and 2011… served as team captain in 2012, garnering first team all-conference goalkeeper and All-South Jersey honors three times and was an all-state selection twice… three-time Futures Championship participant… also pitched on the softball team… selected to compete in the 2013 National Futures Elite Championships.