Senior (2013): Played in all 23 matches and made 18 starts...netted two goals and tallied three assists...put 17 shots on frame...scored the game-winning goal against North Dakota and netted her second against Colorado State...named to the Mountain West All-Academic Team.
Junior (2012): Appeared in 19 of the Broncos' 20 matches and made six starts...finished with three points, assisting a goal and scoring one of her own...provided the game-winning goal in the season-finale against Nevada...assist came on one of four Bronco goals against North Dakota State...put six shots on goal as a part of 12 total shots during the season...named to Mountain West All-Academic Team.
Sophomore (2011): Started in two of her 13 appearances in 2011...started against Montana, Aug. 19 and against Eastern Washington, Aug. 26...tied for third in goals scored with two...goals came against TCU, Oct. 21and the game-winner over Idaho, Oct. 29...second on the team in shots on goal percentage at .625 (5-of-8)...tied for third in points with four...named to the Mountain West All-Academic Team
Freshman (2010): Started at defender in three of 19 matches played...recorded one assist for one point...four-of-five shots were on goal...first action and start as a Bronco was in season opener at Oregon...started first three contests...first career assist and point came at Portland State.
High School: A 2010 graduate of Union High School in Vancouver, Wash...three-year starter for the Titans' varsity squad where she played forward...recorded 10 goals and nine assists as a senior...nine goals and six assists as a junior...12 goals and four assists as sophomore...three-time All-Greater St. Helens League First Team honoree...honorable mention all-state as a senior...team MVP as a sophomore...Most Inspirational as a senior...helped team win two back-to-back league championships as a junior and senior...prep coach was Kelcey Burris...also lettered in tennis...played club ball for FC Portland in Portland, Ore., and FC Vancouver in Vancouver, Wash...club coaches were John Wallace (Portland) and Darin DeGrande (Vancouver)...a member of the Oregon Olympic Development Team (ODP) for three years...majoring in entrepreneurship management.