2012: Started in 18 of her 19 games played...Tallied five goals and two assists for 12 points on the season...Scored her first goal of the season in a 2-1 win at James Madison (9/1)...Added an assist in the 4-1 win at American (9/29)...Had her only multi-goal game of the season with two scores at Holy Cross (10/20)...Netted a goal in the 8-0 win at Lehigh (10/27)...Tallied a goal and an assist in the Patriot League Semifinal win over Colgate (11/2)...Patriot Academic Honor Roll.
2011: Started every game in the midfield...totaled 12 points with three goals and six assists...had three assists in a 4-1 win at Penn (9/14)...scored her first goal of the season against Lehigh in a 4-0 win (10/22)...recorded two tallies vs. Lehigh in an 8-0 win in the Patriot League Semifinals (11/4)...had an assist in the Patriot League Championship game against Bucknell (11/5)...assisted Lafayette's lone goal in the NCAA play-in game at Ohio (11/8)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
2010: Started in all 19 games...recorded three goals and two assists on the season...scored the game-winning goal in double overtime at Temple (9/10)...tallied the lone goal at Quinnipiac (9/26)...found the back of the cage for the game-winner against Bucknell (10/9)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
2009: Played in all 20 games, starting 18...scored her first collegiate goal in a win over Bucknell in the Patriot League Tournament semifinals (11/6).
At Crestwood:Capped three seasons of field hockey with an All-State Honorable Mention nod...served as team captain her senior year...Class Valedictorian...also played four years of soccer, earning All-State Second Team status twice and was a two-time team MVP...earned Principal's Honor Roll accolades all four years and a spot on the PIAA All-State All-Academic team in 2008...member of the Spanish, Chemistry and Biology clubs, National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society...served as Student Government treasurer her junior year.
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