2013 (Sophomore): Third on team in goals with 20 ... 23 points (20-3-23) ... Third on team in caused turnovers with 10 ... 13 ground balls ... Season-high five goals in 14-13 win at Bryant Mar. 6 ... Three games with three or more goals ... Appeared in all 15 games, starting 14.
2012 (Freshman): Third on team in goals and tied for third on team in points (17-5-22) ... Appeared in 14 games, starting one ... Ended season on five-game point scoring streak ... 2-2-4 Mar. 7 vs. Bryant ... Hat trick at Cornell Apr. 21.
High school: Was on field hockey, lacrosse, tennis and track and field teams … Teammates with current Yale teammate Cathryn Avallone and Whitney Quackenbush '12 … Picked for Under Armour All-American senior tournament … Picked for ESPN All-American Senior Rise tournament … Honorable mention All-American as a junior … All-county as a junior and senior … Honorable mention all-county as a sophomore … Four-time Scholar Athlete in lacrosse … Diane Whipple Scholarship for lacrosse senior year … Lacrosse team won county championships her freshman, sophomore and junior years … Three-time Scholar Athlete in track and field … Two-time Scholar Athlete in field hockey … Academic All-American in field hockey as a senior … All-county in field hockey as a junior … Nassau County Physical Education Award senior year … High honors in Physical Education.
Club teams: Played on Yellow Jackets from fourth grade until sophomore year … Played on Liberty sophomore and junior year … Played two years on the Long Island 1st team for Schoolgirls tournament, finishing in second place as a sophomore and first place as a junior … Played two years on the Long Island team for Under Armour Underclassman tournament (sophomore and junior year), finishing in second place each time … Earned gold medal with Long Island team at Empire Games junior year.
Notes: Trained with former Yale All-American Lauren Taylor ’08 as a junior in high school … Brother, Brian, played lacrosse for Haverford and graduated in 2010 … Sister, Taylor, played lacrosse for Williams and graduated in 2012.
Why Yale? “I chose Yale because of the wonderful opportunities that are offered. I wanted to be able to attend a great school and make a difference both academically and athletically. Also, during the recruiting process, the coaches were all so welcoming and that made me feel right at home.”