|High School:||Loomis Chaffee|
|Previous Team:||Mass Elite Lacrosse|
|Residential College:||Ezra Stiles|
2017 (Senior): IWLCA Academic Honor Roll for the second time ... Second team All-Region ... First team All-ECAC ... First team All-Ivy League ... Career highs in goals, assists and points (32-48-80) along with ground balls (17) ... Set Yale single-season record for assists, besting the old mark (established by Laura Karmatz '96 in 1994) by five ... Tied Yale record for assists and points (3-8-11) in a game in 15-12 win vs. then-No. 19 Stanford Apr. 1 ... Earned US Lacrosse Player of the Week honors for performance in games vs. Stanford and Sacred Heart ... Had 10 points (4-6-10) in 21-3 win vs. Quinnipiac Feb. 2 ... Second in nation in assists per game (3.00) and seventh in nation in points per game (5.00) ... Led Ivy League in assists ... Second in Ivy League in points ... Shot .593, 14th in the nation and second in the Ivy League ... Two or more points in 15 of Yale's 16 games, and at least one point in every game ... Started all 16 games, a career high ... Season-high five goals in 15-4 win vs. Robert Morris Feb. 26 ... Finished sixth on Yale's single-season points list with 80 and eighth on Yale's career assists list with 56.
2016 (Junior): IWLCA Academic Honor Roll ... Second on team in goals and points (15-7-22), establishing career highs in all three scoring categories ... Shooting percentage of .469 was highest among Bulldogs with eight or more shots ... Scored season-high four goals in 11-4 win vs. Quinnipiac Feb. 24 ... Scored two or more goals in a game five times ... Appeared in all 15 games, starting seven.
2015 (Sophomore): Scored 12 goals and had 13 points ... Season-high four goals in 12-8 win vs. Canisius Mar. 1 ... Also had hat trick Mar. 14 in 8-3 win at Brown ... Appeared in 12 games, making two starts.
2014 (Freshman): One goal ... Scored first career goal in 15-8 win vs. Quinnipiac Mar. 7 ... Appeared in two games.
High School (Noble and Greenough): Four-year varsity starter … Team captain 2012 … Team won Independent School League in 2009 and 2011 …Named team MVP in 2012 and rookie of the year in 2009 … Set school record as all-time leading scorer with 220 goals and 69 assists … First team U.S. Lacrosse All-American 2012 and honorable mention All-American 2010 … Selected to play in Champion All-American Showcase in 2011 on championship team, Spirit … Member of Lower New England Team 1 at the Women’s National Tournament in 2011 and 2010 … Member of ELNE Team 2 in 2009 … Under Armour All-American 2010 … Independent School League All-Star 2010, 2011 and 2012 … Boston Globe all-star 2010, 2011 and 2012 … New England Prep School Women’s Lacrosse All-Star 2010, 2011 and 2012 … Awarded Noble and Greenough’s 2012 Edward L. Bond Memorial Prize ... Did post-grad year at Loomis Chaffee.
Notes: Has been involved in raising money for cancer treatment and research through the Pan Mass Challenge (PMC) for multiple years … For a senior project, worked in special education department of a local middle school … Member of CARE, Athletes in Action, and Smart Woman Securities at Yale ... Volunteered in Louisiana and Mississippi rebuilding homes following Hurricane Katrina … Father is an Ivy Leaguer; played baseball and football at Columbia ... Father was a member of the first class of the Yale School of Management ... Older sister, Hollis, graduated from Cornell in 2013 … Cousins played soccer at Harvard … Played with Yale teammate Sophie Mussafer '17 at Noble and Greenough.
Why Yale? “I chose Yale for its strong academics and the chance to play in the Ivy League. I know at Yale I will be challenged by the best to be the best student and athlete that I can be.”
|Apr 1||Sacred Heart||W, 17-5|
|Apr 1||Stanford||W, 15-12|
|Apr 8||at Columbia||L, 15-14|
|Apr 15||Princeton||L, 17-9|
|Apr 22||Dartmouth||L, 12-11|
|Apr 30||at Penn||L, 18-7|
|Shots on goal||45||21|
|Shots on goal percentage||83.3||77.8|
|Free position goals-shots||5-11||2-6|
|Feb 18||at Albany||L, 13-11||3||3||6||0-0||0||0||4||0||3||100.0||3||100.0|
|Feb 21||Quinnipiac||W, 21-3||4||6||10||0-0||1||0||0||0||4||100.0||4||100.0|
|Feb 26||Robert Morris||W, 15-4||5||4||9||1-1||2||0||5||1||6||83.3||5||83.3|
|Feb 28||at Marist||W, 19-10||1||2||3||0-1||1||0||3||0||6||16.7||4||66.7|
|Mar 4||at Harvard||L, 14-13||4||1||5||1-2||1||0||1||0||7||57.1||5||71.4|
|Mar 8||Stony Brook||L, 20-10||0||3||3||0-0||1||0||3||0||0||-||0||-|
|Mar 13||at Niagara||W, 13-4||0||2||2||0-1||2||0||4||0||1||0.0||1||100.0|
|Mar 18||at Brown||W, 12-10||1||2||3||0-0||0||0||4||0||3||33.3||2||66.7|
|Mar 25||Cornell||L, 15-6||1||3||4||0-2||2||0||2||0||4||25.0||3||75.0|
|Mar 29||at Boston College||L, 19-12||1||0||1||0-0||2||0||3||0||2||50.0||2||100.0|
|Apr 1||Sacred Heart||W, 17-5||2||2||4||0-0||1||0||0||1||2||100.0||2||100.0|
|Apr 1||Stanford||W, 15-12||3||8||11||2-2||0||0||3||0||3||100.0||3||100.0|
|Apr 8||at Columbia||L, 15-14||2||6||8||1-1||1||0||0||0||2||100.0||2||100.0|
|Apr 15||Princeton||L, 17-9||1||2||3||0-0||1||0||2||0||2||50.0||2||100.0|
|Apr 22||Dartmouth||L, 12-11||2||4||6||0-1||1||0||4||0||5||40.0||4||80.0|
|Apr 30||at Penn||L, 18-7||2||0||2||0-0||1||0||3||0||4||50.0||3||75.0|