2014: Once again served as an essential playermaker on the field and was a starter in all 19 of CofC's matches... averaged over 85 minutes per game... was second on the team with four goals and led the team with four assists... attempted a team-high 47 shots... Recorded a multi-goal game against Alabama St. in the season opener with single goals against UNCW and Jacksonville.
2013: Possessed tactical vision and composure on the ball which were immeasurable to the team’s play... served as an essential playmaker on the field and was a starter in all 17 of CofC’s matches… averaged over 87 minutes per game… registered a goal at Hofstra on Sept. 23… consistently initiated CofC’s attack which led to two assists, against Towson on Oct. 6 and Drexel on Oct. 27.
2012: Consistently served as the spark which ignited the Cougar offense… Provided yet another prolific campaign in which she contributed a team-best 13 points… tied for the team lead in goals with four and added a team-best five assists, the fifth best mark in the Southern Conference… started in all 22 matches over the season and registered over 1,600 minutes and averaged over 83 minutes per game… scored the Cougars’ first goal of the season against UNC Charlotte on Aug. 18… notched CofC’s lone goal in a 3-1 loss to Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 9 and a 2-1 loss to UNC Greensboro on … also scored in CofC’s 5-1 win over Chattanooga on Oct. 12.
2011: Earned inclusion on the Southern Conference all-freshman team after a head-turning rookie season... appeared in 21 matches, all of which she started in and averaged over 56 minutes per game... led the league in assists with 11 on the season... found the back of the net three times off of 27... contributed the game winner in CofC's 2-1 victory over Elon on Oct. 7... provided an assist on all three goals in CofC's 3-0 win over Elon in the SoCon Tournament on Oct. 30.
2010: Played in three games... took one shot during the season.
Club: Part of the Spirit United Gaels team that won a State Cup Championship in 2009...Former member of the Vincent United Blizzards, who finished as state cup finalists three straight years (2005-07)...Named to the Super Y-League National Team in 2009 after earning United States Super Y-League All-Tournament honors...Three-year member of the East Pennsylvania Olympic Development Program team...Earned a spot on the Region I team in 2007.
High School: Led her team to two state championships (2006, '09), two district championships (2006, '08) and three consecutive conference championships (2007-09)...Garnered multiple all-league and all-area laurels.
Personal: Parents are Gary and Kim Cardamone.