2006-07: Saw playing time in 22 games with two starts despite a knee injury that bothered her for much of the season...posted a career-best .389 field goal percentage (21-of-54)...tallied 30 assists and 17 steals...finished the season with 58 points...saw first action of the season in win over Mount St. Mary's (11/15)...played 21 minutes and finished with nine points in 76-60 win over Cornell (11/18)...had six points in 17 minutes of action against Morgan State (12/9)...saw 26 minutes of playing time and scored a season-best 12 points against Monmouth (12/31)...also pulled down six rebounds against the Hawks...played a season-high 27 minutes against Navy (1/13)...pulled down five rebounds in just 11 minutes of action in win over Bucknell (1/16).
2005-06: Played in 12 games for the Leopards as a sophomore...scored a triple in the Leopards' championship game at the Long Island University Turkey Classic on Nov. 26 in Brooklyn, N.Y...also pulled down three boards on the road at Radford (12/4).
2004-05: Played in all 28 games, starting seven midway through the campaign...scored a career-high eight points at Navy (1/8)...pulled down five rebounds in three different contests...ranked third on the team with 10 three-pointers.
High School: Two-year letterwinner and team captain as a senior...also a standout goalkeeper who was named to the All-Section and All-WPIAL teams...an honor roll student who is a member of the National Honor Society.
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