New Hampton, New Hampshire
2019 WPLL Champion and Game MVP
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Personal: Started playing lacrosse at the age of 10 years old … played three sports in high school, including hockey, field hockey and lacrosse while growing up at New Hampton School … enjoys being outside and going to the beach.
2022 Season: Starter in all 12 games who finished sixth in the league with 1,375 leaderboard points … fourth in Athletes Unlimited with 960 win points while holding eighth place in the league standings with 340 stat points … claimed 100 or more leaderboard points eight times, including season-high 197 points against Team Glynn on Aug. 13 … ranked 10th in the league with 17 goals and 24 points … tied for sixth place with seven assists … scored at least one goal in 9-of-12 games, including five multi-goal efforts … closed Week Three with season-high four goals against Team Moreno … posted three goals against Team Glynn on Aug. 13 … grabbed season-high five ground balls against Team Johansen in Week Three along with scoring two goals.
2021 Season: Finished inaugural season with 1,338 leaderboard points … one of three players to serve as a captain three times, joining defender Kayla Wood and attacker Kylie Ohlmiller … earned captain honors during Weeks Two, Three and Four … one of four players to hold top spot on individual leaderboard … served as league leaderboard leader on July 31 and Aug. 7-8 … posted 100 or more leaderboard points eight times, including season-high 195 points against Team Douty on July 25 … accrued fourth-highest weekly point total by a player with 463 points during the season’s opening week … scored four goals with five assists in Week One with 10 draw controls and six ground balls … ranked seventh in Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse with 31 draw controls … also contributed 12 caused turnovers, which tied for sixth in the circuit … scored at least one goal in first nine games of the season before missing final two weeks with an injury … fashioned back-to-back hat tricks against Team Read on Aug. 7 and Team Ohlmiller on Aug. 8 … registered season-high six draw controls on Aug. 8 against Team Ohlmiller with two caused turnovers and two ground balls … earned season-high three caused turnovers in consecutive games against Team Wood (Aug. 6) and Team Read (Aug. 7).
International Experience: Represented Team USA at the 2022 World Lacrosse Women's World Championship … scored six goals with one assist in eight appearances while leading Team USA to fourth consecutive Gold medal … scored at least one goal in five games, including two-goal performance in semifinal victory over Australia.
Other Professional Experience: Earned a spot on 2019 Women’s Professional Lacrosse League All-Star Team after scoring 11 goals with seven assists for Baltimore Brave … No. 2 overall selection in the 2019 WPLL Draft by Baltimore … also collected 17 ground balls with 22 draw controls and eight caused turnovers while leading Baltimore to league title … also earned WPLL Championship Game MVP honors.
At Boston College: Four-year letter winner with the Eagles who started all 90 games from 2016-19 … registered 142 career goals with 73 assists … also compiled 169 ground balls with 290 draw controls … nominee for 2019 Tewaaraton and Honda Awards … two-time First-Team IWLCA All-America selection … named 2019 IWLCA and Atlantic Coast Conference Midfielder of the Year … also garnered IWLCA All-Region recognition three times … selected to NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team twice … two-time All-ACC pick … ranks 10th in Boston College history with 215 career points … also stands 12th on Eagles’ career goals list … eighth in program history for career assists … tallied 103 points as a junior, the eighth-highest mark in program history … one of six players to record at least 60 goals in a season at Boston College … also owns two of the top five single-season draw control totals on the Eagles’ list.