|Hometown:||Garden City, N.Y.|
|High School:||Garden City|
2011 (Sophomore): Played in all 17 games, scoring four goals and adding one assist ... First career point came on assist in 5-1 win vs. Harvard Sept. 17 ... First career goal came in 9-1 win vs. Sacred Heart Sept. 18 ... Earned Major Y.
2010 (Freshman): Appeared in eight games.
High School: All-state … All-county … Two-time all-league … Three-time scholar-athlete … Team won one state championship and was a two-time state finalist … Team was three-time Long Island champions … Also played three years of lacrosse, winning three state championships in a row … Was on winter track and field team for one year, winning one county championship … Captain of math team … Peer AIDS educator … Student Council Treasurer ... Grade Council Vice President … Volunteer field hockey coach.
Notes: Snowboard instructor … Ralph’s Italian Ice Girl … Father played football at Lafayette.
Why Yale? "When I began to visit schools my sophomore year, it was always easy for me to pick out the schools I disliked. It seemed that there was a negative aspect to every school ... until I saw Yale. Aside from the field hockey component, which I must say, is incredible, Yale is absolutely wonderful. I am in awe each time I step on campus, and there is no place I would rather spend the next four years of my life."