|Major:||History of science, history of medicine|
2011: Six goals, two assists in 15 games.
High School: Captained lacrosse team … Second Team All-InterAC 2010 … Second Team All-Main Line 2009 … Honorable Mention All-InterAC 2008 … John A. Harter Award for most improved 2007-2009 … National Tournament for Upper Atlantic region 2008 and 2009 … Megan McFarland Prize 2010—“presented to the player, who in the opinion of her teammates and coaches, has been the greatest inspiration to the team by virtue of her positive attitude, enthusiasm, effort, dedication, leadership, performance in competition, in playing the game of lacrosse” … Team won four InterAC championships … Also played soccer, winning an InterAC championship senior year … Honorable mention All-Main Line in soccer as a freshman … Also won John A. Harter Award in soccer in 2007 and 2008 … InterAC “Elite” soccer team selection in 2006 … Captain of the indoor track team 2009-10 … Ran anchor leg of 4x200 relay, and also ran 60-meter dash … Awarded the Mind, Body, Spirit Prize in track 2009-2010 … Earned a total of 11 varsity letters … Earned tri-sport athlete award 2007-2010 … Received academic honors from 2006-2010 … Awarded Magna Cum Laude Scholar Award in Latin junior year and Cum Laude Scholar Award in Latin senior year … Recipient of Esse Quam Videri award for leadership in her graduating class.
Club team: Ultimate Goal Lacrosse
Notes: Selected for National Tournament team sophomore and junior year for Philadelphia … Part of Olympic Development Program in soccer 2003-2006 … Played club soccer for FC Delco 2004-2006, winning Eastern Pennsylvania State Cup in 2004 … Head basketball coach for Special Olympics of Chester County.
Why Yale? How could I possibly resist? Everything at Yale, from the world-renowned academics and the close-knit community, to the chance of securing a National Championship title in lacrosse, seems like a dream come true. Simply put, I could not imagine myself anywhere else but Yale, where endless opportunities await me at every turn.