2012: Finished her career fifth on Lafayette's all time points and goals list (18 goals, 41 points)...tied for fourth on the Leopards all time list for games played with 71...named First Team All Patriot League...appeared in all 18 games drawing 17 starts...led the Leopards with nine goals while also tallying two assists on the season...scored two goals against St. Peters (9/2) and Colgate (10/19)...scored the game-winning goal against Lehigh (9/29)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2011:Appeared in all 17 games, making 16 starts...had a goal and two assists on the year...assisted the game-winning tally in double-overtime against Howard (8/30)...had an assist on the lone goal in a victory against NJIT (9/11)...found the back of the net in a 2-2 draw at Princeton (9/21)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
2010: Appeared in all 18 games and made six starts at forward for the Leopards...led the team with six goals and 12 points during her sophomore campaign...registered the decisive tally in double overtime against Wagner (8/29)...netted both goals in a 2-0 win at Bryant (9/10)...found the back of the net in a victory over NJIT (9/17)...scored off the bench against Colgate (10/10).
2009: Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...played in all 18 games including nine starts...scored a goal in a 4-0 win against Delaware State (9/4)...found the back of the net and added an assist at Loyola (Md.) (9/6).
At Fallston: Served as team captain...led her team to a state finals appearance in 2008 and a regional finals trip in 2007...selected to the Maryland All-State Second Team...named Harford County First Team and UCBAC First Team in 2008...helped her club team to the state finals in 2006...led her team in scoring at the Gothia Cup in Gotenburg, Sweden with eight goals in four games...holds school record in the long jump and 100 meter as a member of the track and field team...member of the National and Spanish Honor Societies...AP Scholar...named to the Honor Roll and Minds in Motion.
Why Lafayette?:"I chose Lafayette because of its campus atmosphere, dedication to academics and the opportunity to play Division I soccer. It's a great fit for me academically and athletically."
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