2009-10: (As of March 1, 2010) Earned a starting spot in season opener vs. St. Peter's (11/13)...came off the bench at Bryant (11/21) and added an assist...scored two points and added a career-high two assists vs. LIU (12/7)...chipped in two points vs. Lehigh (1/23)...earned the start vs. American (2/27).
2008-09: Appeared in 10 games...had two points and one rebound against UC Riverside (11/22)...also grabbed four rebounds against Virginia Tech (12/29).
2007-08: Played in eight games with three starts...earned her first collegiate start vs. Mount St. Mary's (11/17)...came off the bench at American (2/2)...started games against Patriot League opponents Lehigh (2/23) and Army (2/27)...named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2006-07: Came off the bench in three games during her rookie season...saw first collegiate action in win over Cornell (11/18).
High School: Earned First Team All-State accolades from the Burlington Free Press as a senior...was a four-year captain and ranked third in the state by Varsity Magazine...named to the Dream Dozen as a sophomore and a junior...nominated for the McDonald's All-American team and was a state finalist for the Wendy's High School Heisman...competed in both the North-South All-Star game and Twin State team...recorded 909 points, 843 rebounds and 289 blocks in her career while missing 16 games due to injury over her final two seasons...also started three years at center midfield on the soccer team and was an accomplished track athlete, placing in the top five in the Division 3 state track meet in four events (discus, shot put, 400m, 4x400m)...National Honor Society member and the salutatorian of her graduating class...recognized by a number of leadership organizations, including the National Young Leaders Conference, the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Conference and Vermont's athletic leadership conference...founder of the statewide "students teaching teachers" conference and earned awards for foreign language (French exchange program, Vermont Foreign Language Association certificate of merit) and music (John Philip Sousa award, National Music Honor Society)...student council class president.
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