|High School:||St. John's|
|Residential College:||Jonathan Edwards|
2012: Started 14 games, which tied for the most of any freshman… Scored her first career goal in first career game, a 2-1 victory over Hartford.
Off the Field: Paid intern in Yale Athletics Department- Varsity Coaching Support Staff (2012–present)... Coach/Counselor, Bethesda Soccer Club Summer Camps (2011-Present)...Volunteer at Hebrew Home of Greater Washington, assisted older men and women with daily activities (2010-2011)...Volunteer at B'nai Israel Synagogue, worked in classes with 1st and 2nd graders (2009-2011)
Before Yale: Two-time Defensive Player of the Year at St. John’s College… Four-time WCAC all-conference selection… Team captain as a junior and senior… Earned second team All-Met honors as a senior… Helped lead St. John’s to WCAC titles in 2008 and 2011… Plays club soccer for the ECNL’s Bethesda Freedom, which won three state championships and one Region I title… Recipient of Korrio Player to Watch Award… Named to the ECNL All Event Team for PDA in May, 2012... Participated in the Maryland and Region I Olympic Development Programs… 2011 U.S. Soccer Training Invite.
Personal: Named St. John’s College High School’s Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Why Yale? “Yale combines two major aspects of my life – high-level academics and competitive soccer. Stepping onto campus, I immediately knew it was the place for me, and I cannot wait to be a Bulldog.”