|High School:||Richard Montgomery|
|Major:||Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|
|Team:||Maryland Volleyball Program|
2013: Played in 133 sets...446 digs...68 assists...ranked second in the country in digs per set (3.35)...established the MIT records for digs in a season, digs per set in a season, digs in a three-set match with 22 versus Southern Vermont (4/6), and sets played in a season...amassed 28 digs against Baruch (1/27)...collected 21 digs versus Stevenson (2/24)...totaled 19 digs against Stevens (2/23), Vassar (2/24), and Elmira (4/6)...AVCA All-America first team...ECAC all-star team...ECAC Libero of the Year.
Off the Court at MIT: Majoring in electrical engineering and computer science.
Why I Chose MIT: MIT offers both a top-tier engineering program and a competitive collegiate volleyball program. For me, there is no better place to broaden my range academically and athletically.
High School: A 2012 graduate of Richard Montgomery High School...two-year captain...four-time All-Gazette...three-time MVP...four-time varsity letterwinner...2009 Montgomery County champions...2011 Montgomery County runner-up...2010-12 Montgomery County Division champions...Math Honor Society...National Honor Society...2012 Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship recipient.
Club: Maryland Volleyball Program...Northern Virginia Volleyball Association.