2014 Season (Junior): Named Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Great Lakes Region Second Team…Named Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference Offensive Player of the Year and All-MWLC First Team as a midfielder…Earned MWLC Offensive Player of the Week honors on April 21…Set six single season program records and tied three game records…Finished the season ranked 11th nationally with a 5.18 ground balls per game average…Also ranked 17th in the country with 4.12 goals per game average and 15th overall with 70 goals…Set the program’s single season record for points (89), goals (70), game-winning goals (three), shots attempted (116), shots on goals (100) and free-position goals (16)…Tied the game record for goals in a game with eight at North Central College (Apr. 15)…Tied the game record for free-position markers with three at Otterbein College (Apr. 6)…Tied the game record for caused turnovers with five against Benedictine University (Mar. 13) and Aurora University (Apr. 8)…Earned MWLC Offensive Player of the Week honors on April 21 after tying the program record for goals with eight, to go along with four ground balls and two draw controls against North Central College (Apr. 15), and followed that performance with a five goal, one assist and eight draw control effort at Beloit College (Apr. 17)…Appeared in 17 games, making 16 starts…Had a team-best 116 points, 70 goals, 116 shots, 100 on goals, 16 free-position goals and three game-winning goals…Assisted on 19 scores…Had a career year for ground balls (88), draw control wins (68) and caused turnovers (25), which all were second on the team…Recorded five-plus points in 11 games and three or more goals in 13 games…Had double-digit points in three contests, all victories.
2013 Season (Sophomore): Appeared in four games, making four starts, before an injury ended her season…Scored 19 points, which was fifth on the team…Tallied 17 goals…Assisted on two scores…Took 30 shots, 25 on goal...Had two-game winning and two man-up goals…Finished 2-for-7 on free-position attempts…Picked up 18 ground balls…Won 19 draw controls…Caused six turnovers…Began the season with a program record eight goals – also a career-best – while picking up five ground balls, won a career-high eight draw controls and caused two turnovers against Fontbonne University (Mar. 16)…Scored five goals, one free-position tally, picked up four ground balls, won two draw controls and caused two turnovers versus the College of Wooster (Mar. 21)…Tallied two goals, picked up a career-high seven ground balls and won four draw controls at Aurora University (Mar. 26)…Had two goals, two assists, two ground balls, five draw controls wins and caused a turnover at Augustana College (Mar. 27).
2012 Season (Freshman): Named Midwest Women's Lacrosse Conference Newcomer of the year and All-MWLC First Team...Appeared in and started all 14 games...Set the single season program records for goals in a game (7) -- which she surpassed in 2013 with an eight-goal performance -- season (53) and career (53), shots attempted (91), shots on goal (70), draw control wins (43), caused turnovers (15), man-up goals (3) and free-position goals (7)...Assisted on four scores...Scored four or more goals in eight games...Began the season with back-to-back games with four goals against Otterbein University (Mar. 14) and versus Eastern Conneticut State University (Mar. 19)...Helped the program to its first victory with four goals against Fontbonne University (Mar. 25)...Finished with six goals, six draw control wins and two caused turnovers against Oberlin College (Mar. 31)...Set a then-program record with seven goals against Pacific University (Apr. 7)...Tied the previous program record with seven goals against the College of Mount St. Joseph (Apr. 28)...Concluded the season with four goals and six draw control wins versus Trine University (Apr. 29).
High School (Stillwater): Named all-state, all-conference and all-tournament team...High School lacrosse coach was Rick Reidt...Played in national tournament for Team Minnesota twice...Played club lacrosse for Minnesota Lakers...Made top 80 at U-19 National Team tryouts...Club lacrosse coach was Janet Holdsworth.
Personal: Daughter of Don and Debbie...Also a member of the CUW Women's Hockey team.