|High School:||Garrison Forest|
2011 (Sophomore): Second team All-Ivy League ... Led Ivy League in goals-against average (1.84) ... Third in Ivy League in save percentage (.752) ... Fifth in Ivy League in saves and sixth in saves per game (91 in 17 games, 5.35 saves per game) ... Played 1144:14 in 17 games, all starts ... Part of three combined shutouts ... Had career-high 13 saves in 5-1 win over Dartmouth Oct. 15 ... Earned Major Y.
2010 (Freshman): NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree … Appeared in seven games ... .775 save percentage ... 2.57 goals-against average.
High School: Captained team as a senior … Conference all-star 2007-09 … First team Baltimore Sun All Metro Team in 2008 and 2009; second team in 2007 … First team all-state in 2009; second team in 2008 … Team was IAAM “A” Conference Division Champions all four years she played, and was tournament champions in 2007 and 2008 … School forum member (Class president 2008-09) … Service League liaison 2008-10.
USA Field Hockey: Selected for USFHA National Futures Championship in 2008 and 2009 … Selected to Junior National Camp in 2008 and 2009 … Olympic Development and Futures Elite Select 2009-10 … Played for Yale associate head coach Tamara Durante, and with current Yale teammate Georgia Holland, on Junior Olympic Team in 2008, earning second place … Played for Yale head coach Pam Stuper on USA Under-16 National Team in 2009, placing third at the International Easter Tournament.
Notes: Father, Marty, is also an Ivy Leaguer (1972 Dartmouth graduate) … Involved with church and Teen Community Bible Study 2006-10.
Why Yale? “I am honored to attend Yale College because of its high academic standard and the never-ending opportunities provided to undergraduate students. The first time I visited, I instantly fell in love with the campus and its rich history. After spending time with the field hockey team and the community on campus I knew that Yale was a perfect fit for me.”