2014: Played in 12 matches, including seven regular-season Conference USA contests … Stepped onto the field for non-conference games at UNC Greensboro (Aug. 22) in the season opener, at UNC Wilmington (Aug. 31), at Clemson (Sept. 7), against Winthrop (Sept. 17) in the home opener and against Davidson (Sept. 21) in the non-conference finale … Recorded one shot … Fired her lone attempt at UNC Wilmington.
2013: Started one of the 19 matches in which she played … Earned the opening 11 nod in Conference USA action at UTEP (Oct. 11) … Tallied two scores, both against league foes … Netted her first career goal against Marshall (Oct. 25), shortly after halftime for the game’s only score … Posted another goal against the Thundering Herd in the Conference USA Championships quarterfinal (Nov. 6) … Fired all six of her shots in league action … Posted a career-high two attempts in both of the meetings with Marshall … Added shots against UTSA (Oct. 4) and against Florida Atlantic (Oct. 27).
High School: Concluded high school career by leading her squad to a conference title … Team was the South Jersey Group II runner up and picked up the Coaches Cup … Squad registered a 17-4 record her senior campaign … Transferred to Woodstown after playing her first three campaigns at Paul VI HS … Earned first-team honors in the 2011 All-Non Public division … Garnered 2010 All-Olympic Conference second-team recognition … Member of a three-time state semifinalist squad, which also was conference champion three years … Team reached the semifinals of the Coaches Cup and tallied a combined 53-9-5 record in her three seasons … Starter on two ODP national championship teams in 2010 and 2011 at tournaments held in Phoenix, Ariz. … Pulled up to an older age group for the first crown … Picked to the 2008 US Club Super Y ODP National Camp … Selected to play four years with the New Jersey ODP program … Member of a two-time USYS state championship club teams while playing up two age groups in New Jersey … Squad competed in the USYS National League and the Region One Premier League … Also played with a club program from Pennsylvania, participating in the USYS National League and two seasons in the ECNL … Received the Woodstown Masonic Lodge Award Scholarship for academic achievement … Concluded her senior year with an A average in all her classes.
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