Fair Haven, New Jersey
WPLL Inaugural Season Champion
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Personal: Member of Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse’s Player Executive Committee … started playing lacrosse in the fourth grade … founded All Lax LLC, a lacrosse training company that incorporates skill work, strength and conditioning and nutrition, with Monmouth midfielder Alex Marino … majored in kinesiology at Maryland.
2022 Season: Second-year defender who tied for 10th in the league with 12 caused turnovers … also registered 875 leaderboard points, including season-high 109 points against Team Moreno to begin Week Three … earned 100 or more points in four of final six games … posted at least one caused turnover in 8-of-12 games, including season-high three caused turnovers against Team Moreno to open Week Two.
2021 Season: Tallied 1,106 leaderboard points, including five games with 100 or more points … missed four games due to an injury … registered 18 ground balls and eight caused turnovers in 11 games … scored lone goal of the season against Team Treanor on July 18 … posted season-high three ground balls against Team Warden on July 30 and against Team Arsenault on Aug. 15 … set season high with three caused turnovers against Team Ohlmiller in Week One finale on July 25.
International Experience: Member of Team USA since 2014 … represented Team USA at 2022 World Lacrosse Women's World Championship … saw action in two games as Team USA claimed its fourth straight title … also played for Gold medal-winning Team USA at 2017 World Cup while earning All-World Team honors … tallied 13 ground balls with seven caused turnovers while playing in eight games … also helped USA win Gold medal at 2017 World Games in Poland, leading the team with seven ground balls and four caused turnovers in four appearances.
Other Professional Experience: Played nine games with the Long Island Sound of the United Women’s Lacrosse League during the 2016 season … also spent two seasons with the New England Command of the Women’s Professional Lacrosse League, earning All-Star Team distinction in 2018 and 2019 … helped Command win inaugural WPLL championship … secured eight ground balls with four draw controls in 2019 campaign.
At Maryland: Four-year letter winner for the Terrapins who appeared in 90 games from 2012-15 … tallied two goals with five assists … also secured 113 ground balls and 66 caused turnovers … led Terrapins to a pair of NCAA Division I titles … two-time IWLCA All-America selection … honored as IWLCA Division I Defender of the Year in 2014 and 2015 … also named 2015 Big Ten Conference Defender of the Year … earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference recognition in 2014 in addition to being the league’s Defender of the Year … finalist for 2014 Tewaaraton Award … registered 30 ground balls and 23 caused turnovers as a senior … anchored a Maryland defensive unit that allowed 7.95 goals per game in 2014.