2014: Made 15 appearances for the Maroon and White, starting in 14...Recorded one shot on the year
2013: Played in 16 games, making 14 starts for the Leopards.
2012: Played in 14 games, making six starts...made her collegiate debut in a scoreless draw at UMBC(8/17)...drew her first career start at Manhattan (9/7).
At Georgetown: Three-year varsity starter and senior captain...two-time Cape Ann League Player of the Year...two-time All-State First Team selection...two-time state semifinalist...chosen as Player of the Game in the Eastern Massachusetts All-Star Game...recipient of the Boston Globe All-Star Award...played club soccer for New England Aztec Premier...Boston Herald's All-Scholastic selection...member of the National Honor Society...recipient of the President's Award for Educational Excellence.
Personal: Daughter of James and Evelyne Chickering...has a brother, Matthew...born on Feb. 14, 1994.
Why Lafayette? "Lafayette initially drew me in with its beautifulenvironmentand engineering program in a broader liberal arts setting. The campus atmosphere and opportunity to play competitive college soccer convinced me that Lafayette was the best fit for me."
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