|High School:||Park School of Baltimore|
2014 (Senior): Elected captain by her teammates.
2013 (Junior): Second on team in caused turnovers (12) ... Second on team with 26 ground balls ... Third on team with 18 draw controls ... Started all 15 games.
2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 14 games, starting all 14 ... Tied for second on team in caused turnovers with 11 ... Third on team in ground ball with 26.
2011 (Freshman): Six goals, three assists in 15 games ... Fifth on team with 17 ground balls ... Third on team with 10 caused turnovers.
High School: U.S. Lacrosse All-American 2009 and 2010 … Under Armour All-American 2010 … U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American 2010 … Participated in 2010 U.S. Lacrosse/Champion/ESPN Rise High School Showcase … Named to Inside Lacrosse 25 Rising Seniors to Watch list … IAAM B Conference All Star 2008-2010 … Captained team in 2010 … Averaged more than 60 points per season … Team played in three title games and won back-to-back IAAM B Conference championships in 2009 and 2010 … Featured in Baltimore Sun April 2010 … Featured in Baltimore Messenger July 2009 … Captained soccer team in 2009 and 2010 … Captained basketball team in 2009 ... IAAM C Conference Basketball All Star 2010 … Basketball team was IAAM C Conference finalists 2008-2010 … Earned a total of 12 varsity letters … Won Park School’s C. Markland Kelley Athletic Service Award in 2010 … Co-founder and leader of Park School-Midtown Edmondson/Lockerman Bundy Project creating a multi-year partnership between independent and public schools and communities … Park School Habitat for Humanity Leader … Leader of Park School Mentors program … Member of Park School Alumni Council … Helped organize and conduct Park School “Lax for Haiti” Tournament that raised nearly $5000 for Haitian earthquake relief.
Club Team: TLC 2010 Red … Team was Top of the Bay A Division champions and Capitol Cup A Division champions in 2008 … Team was Mid Atlantic Challenge A Division champions and National Draw Junior Varsity Division champions in 2007.
Notes: Profiled in Lacrosse Magazine ... Mother and father are Columbia graduates (Barnard; School of Engineering) … Father played football for Columbia.
Why Yale... “At Yale I know I’ll have the best opportunity to be a true student-athlete, with constant challenges on the field and off. It’s got a diverse student body, a unique sense of community, and a beautiful campus. I couldn’t ask for a better school to attend.”