2017: CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team … CoSIDA Academic All-District … NEWISA All-Region First Team … United Soccer Coaches All-Region Second Team … NEWMAC All-Conference First Team … NEWMAC Academic All-Conference … started in all 23 games for MIT as a sophomore … registered a career-high seven goals, 16 assists and 30 points … her 16 assists ranked fifth in all of NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer in 2017 … tied the program record for most assists in a single season … currently ranks four in career assists (24) … ranked first in the NEWMAC in assists, third in points and tenth in goals … also was first in the league as she went 3-for-3 in penalty kicks … tallied a career-high six points (two goals, two assists) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, a 7-2 win over Castleton (11/11) … also posted two goals in a 4-1 win over Worcester State (9/5) … had at-least two assists in four different games including a career-high three in a 7-1 win over Salem State (9/19) … scored the game-winning goal against Springfield (11/5) in the NEWMAC Championship game … was part of a team that had its best season in program history (20-2-1), reached the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 for the first time since 2012, won the NEWMAC Championship for the first time since 2011 and registered its highest national ranking of No. 12 in the United Soccer Division III poll … [SEASON STATS]
2016: NEWISA All-New England Third Team ... NEWMAC All-Conference First Team … started in all 24 games as a freshman … registered six goals and eight assists for 20 points during her rookie campaign … was also 2-for-2 in penalty kicks and added one game winning goal to her totals this year … ranked first on the team in assists, second in points and third in goals … in the NEWMAC, ranked fourth in assists, fifth in points and fifth in goals … earned her first collegiate point as an assist in a 3-0 win over Roger Williams (9/13) … in the very next game, registered her first collegiate goal at WPI (9/17) … scored her first game winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Bowdoin (9/30) … registered a career-high four points in a single game (1 goal, 2 assists) in a 5-0 win at Clark (10/8) … also notched a goal and assist for three points in a 4-0 win over Emerson (10/25) … her two penalty kicks came in a 2-0 win over Mount Holyoke (10/1) and the 4-0 victory against Emerson (10/25) … in that game against Mount Holyoke, took a season-high nine shots … aided MIT women’s soccer to its best season in program history (17-6-1), to its fifth straight NEWMAC Regular Season Championship and its sixth appearance in the NCAA Tournament … [SEASON STATS]
Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in Spanish … interned at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research and Cor Medical Ventures … member of the SAAC.
High School: A 2016 graduate of Greenwich High School ... four-time soccer varsity letterwinner ... captain ... All-State First Team, All-FCIAC First Team, FCIAC Scholar-Athlete and Team MVP in 2015 ... named Greenwich Scholar-Athlete of the Year and CIAC Scholar-Athlete prior to graduation ... All-FCIAC Second Team in 2014 ... led the team in goal (12) and assists (14) during her senior year as a center midfielder ... also played lacrosse in high school ... National Honor Society ... National Science Honor Society ... National Spanish Honor Society ... Valedictorian ... President of the STEM Club and Treasurer of the SPIE Club ... Perkins Silver Flask Award for Excellence in Science ... National Merit Scholar ... Connecticut Governor's Scholar ... Award for Excellence in Math and Science presented by Sikorsky Aircraft and Fairfield University ... AP Scholar with Distinction ... Harvard Book Award ... four-time Math and Science Department Award winner .... three-time Social Studies and Language Department Award winner ... English Department Award winner ... National Spanish Exam Silver Medalist in 2014 and 2016, Gold Medalist in 2015 ... CJSA Scholar-Athlete Scholarship ... Valtarese Foundation Scholarship.
Club: New York Soccer Club ... captain ... helped the team to the Disney Cup Championship in 2015 and 2016.