Ground Balls: 4, three times, last St. Mary’s (4/16/16)
Draw Controls: 6, St. Mary’s (3/30/14)
Caused Turnovers: 2, four times, last California (4/15/16)
Started all 18 games for Denver as an attacker.
Led the Pioneers with 52 points and 42 goals.
Finished tied for third on the team with 28 ground balls.
Also won eight draw controls and caused nine turnovers.
Scored a career-high five goals three times: James Madison (3/5/16), San Diego State (4/8/16) and St. Mary's (4/16/16).
Was named to the All-MPSF Second Team.
Appeared in all 18 games, starting four.
Recorded seven points on four goals and three assists.
Had a .643 shots on goal percentage.
Registered 15 groundballs.
Tallied eight caused turnovers and six draw controls.
Played in 19 games.
Recorded 25 points on 20 goals and five assists, including three game-winning goals.
Had a .705 shots on goal percentage.
Game-high seven shots against San Diego State (Apr. 11).
Hat tricks against St. Mary's (Mar. 30), Old Dominion (Apr. 20) and Stanford (May 4).
Had a five-game point streak.
Career-high six draw controls against St. Mary's (Mar. 30).
Recorded seven ground balls and five caused turnovers.
Had 25 draw controls.
Played in 13 games.
Grounds balls at George Washington (Feb. 22), Winthrop (March 8), at Vermont (March 20) and at Saint Mary's (April 21).
Draw control against Fresno State (March 10).
Caused turnovers against UC Davis (April 7).
Selected for the Roland Park Country School Lacrosse Excellence Award for demonstrating sportsmanship, leadership, effort and superior skill and performance.
Presented the Roland Park Country School Meledin Athletic Merit Award, given to the senior varsity athlete who made an invaluable contribution to her teammates through her qualities of dedication, exemplary work habits, unyielding spirit and genuine love of sport.
Won the Roland Park Country School White Blazer Award, which recognizes the students who were outstanding in three varsity sports while displaying spirit, cooperation, good sportsmanship and leadership.
Named to the Baltimore Messenger All-Star Second Team in 2011.
Served as team captain in 2012.
Played three years at the varsity level, including two years as a starter.
IAAM "A" Conference runner-up 2011.
Also played for the TLC Lacrosse Club 2006-12.
Also played high school basketball and soccer.
Named basketball team captain in 2011-12.
Nominated for McCormick & Co's Unsung Hero Award, given each year to Baltimore-area high school seniors in girls' basketball and boys' football who were Unsung Heroes of their schools sports teams, honoring them for demonstrating high character and sportsmanship, and role models for their peers.
Soccer team captain in 2011.
Led the team in scoring as a junior and senior.
Helped team to a IAAM "B" Conference runner-up in 2011.
Voted Most Improved Player on the soccer team in 2008.
Born Aug. 4, 1994 in Baltimore, Md.
Daughter of Richard and Patsy.
Has two brothers, Dan and Josh, and one sister, Hannah.
Chose Denver for the academics and lacrosse team.
Hopes to one day work in business, teaching or coaching.
Enjoys soccer, basketball, tennis, snowboarding and cooking.
Worked as a lifeguard from 2010-12.
Went on service trips to Mexico in 2008 and 2009.
Worked as a junior counselor at Beachmont Christian Camp in 2008-2010.
Volunteered with Habitat for Humanity.
Was a member of her high school astronomy club.
Served as Athletic Association Representative from 2008-12, including one year as Vice President.