|Hometown:||Lloyd Harbor, N.Y.|
|High School:||Cold Spring Harbor|
|Previous Team:||LI Yellow Jackets Lacrosse|
2013 (Freshman): Five goals, one assist ... Appeared in 11 games, starting six ... Hat trick in 14-13 win at Bryant Mar. 6 ... First career goal Feb. 23 at Holy Cross ... First career assist Mar. 12 in 15-9 win vs. Sacred Heart.
High School: Captained lacrosse, winter track and soccer as a senior … Captain winter track as a junior … All-County and Academic All-American in Lacrosse … US Lacrosse School Girls National Tournament LI Metro team No. 1 and No. 2 … NYS Empire Team Alternate… All-county in winter track in 4x400m and all-conference in 1000m … Nassau County Senior Scholar Athlete in soccer; team was state semi-finalist … Scholar-Athlete each year for all sports… National Association of Independent Athletic Administrators (NAIAA) Scholarship Award … Positive Coaching Alliance Tri-State Triple Impact Competitor Scholarship Award … Wendy’s H.S. Heisman State Finalist/School Winner … News 12/Capital One Bank Scholar-Athlete Scholarship … Long Island Metro Lacrosse All Around Player of the Year Scholarship … Town of Huntington Scholar Athlete Award … US Marines Distinguished Athlete Award … Cold Spring Harbor Booster Club Senior Female Scholarship … Cold Spring Harbor Hall of Fame Lacrosse and Winter Track.
Club Team: LI Yellow Jackets 2012 Blue team … Played with Yale teammate Nicole Daniggelis.
Notes: Nassau County Outstanding Achievement Award … School representative to Suffolk County School Superintendents Valedictorians Luncheon … Debate team captain and state finalist … VP National Honor Society … Cold Spring Harbor Executive Board Treasurer … Spanish National Honor Society. … National Merit Commended Student … National AP Scholar with Distinction … Cold Spring Harbor Art Club President and founder of “Splashes of Hope Club” which paints uplifting murals for pediatric cancer centers at hospitals across the U.S. … Father, Robert captained the Harvard men’s lacrosse team … Brother, Justin, is co-captain and president of the Harvard men's club lacrosse team … Uncle David ran track for Purdue … Uncle John played football and lacrosse for Hofstra.
Why Yale: “The first time I stepped on the campus at Yale I immediately knew it was a perfect fit. Yale has dynamic and friendly people – thought leaders among the faculty and high-achieving, competitive students. Yale is known not only for its academic rigor, but also its athletic excellence, combining talented players with passionate coaches. I chose Yale because it perfectly combined all of the college opportunities I dreamed of as a student -athlete.”