|High School:||Roland Park|
2013 (Junior): Earned team's Holgate Award for dedication ... Appeared in all 15 games for the third straight year, starting 14.
2012 (Sophomore): Started all 15 games ... 13 ground balls.
2011 (Freshman): Appeared in all 15 games, starting 11.
High School: Team captain and Co-MVP 2010 … IAAM A-Conference All-Star 2010 ... Baltimore Messenger First Team All-Star 2010 ...Towson Times Second Team All-Star 2009 and 2010 ... US Lacrosse Academic All-American 2009 and 2010 ... Led team to No. 32 ranking in the nation by LaxPower as a senior ... Starter for field hockey for three years, captaining team as a junior and a senior ... Led field hockey team to semifinals senior year ... NFHCA Academic All-American in field hockey ... Earned school's Amanda Lee Norris Award for the top scholar-athlete ... Valedictorian ... Cum Laude Society ... George M. White Memorial Award for academic excellence and fine character 2010 ... Excellence in Science Award 2010 ... State of Maryland Scholastic Award 2010 ... National Merit Commended Scholar ... AP Scholar with distinction 2010 ... Maryland Distinguished Scholar finalist ... Harvard Book Award 2009 ... Women in Mathematics Award 2009 ... AP Scholar with honor 2009 ... Mu Alpha Theta math honors society ... Four-year honor roll ... Cum Laude Paper Winner 2008 ... Sang with a capella group Semiquavers ... Worked on Red and White school newspaper ... Sports editor for Quid Nunc school yearbook.
Club Team: 2008 Capitol Cup champions with Sky Walkers.
Notes: Helped lead lacrosse team fundraiser that raised $1,200 for the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, organization dedicated to helping pediatric brain tumor patients ... USA Futures Field Hockey Program 2008 ... Also played club field hockey ... Volunteered at bioinformatics/autism research lab at Kennedy Krieger Institute ... Math tutor ... Member of Fellowship of Christians in Universities and Schools ... Researcher in pediatric hematology lab at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine ... Brother Jack played lacrosse at the United States Air Force Academy ... Brother Andy played lacrosse at Harvard.
Why Yale... “After setting foot on Yale's campus, I knew Yale was where I wanted to spend my college years. Yale has everything that I wanted for my collegiate experience: playing for a highly competitive Division I lacrosse team at an outstanding academic university. The opportunities at Yale in academics, in athletics, and in the community are endless. I also chose Yale because of the opportunity to join the program that Coach Phillips and her coaching staff are creating. She has such high goals for the program and I knew I wanted to be a part of something that will do great things very soon."