2013: Played the final four games of her career with a torn ACL and partially torn meniscus, tallying 11 points and playing a pivitol role in SBU's America East Championship and NCAA Tournament First Round wins during that span...played in 16 games, starting 14...led the team in assists with 46, the second-most in SBU single-season history...finished with 73 points, the fifth-most in SBU single-season history...finished 11th nationally in points per game (4.56), 10th in assists and sixth in assists per game (2.88)...scored 27 goals...team captain...named to the ILWomen.com Preseason All-American Third-Team...tied her own school record of 10 points on four goals and six assists, picked up one ground ball and caused one turnover at Bucknell (2/16)...selected as the America East Offensive Player of the Week (2/18)...tallied a team-best four points on three goals and one assist at Florida (2/20)...netted a hat trick and dished out two helpers to help lead SBU past Central Connecticut on the road (2/27)...scored one goal and caused one turnover at Duquesne (3/7)...broke the Division I NCAA record for single-game assists with 11 helpers while also surpassing her own single-game school-mark of 13 points in a win vs. Longwood (3/9)...named WomensLAX.com National Player of the Week (3/11)...named America East Offensive Player of the Week (3/11)...recorded two goals and two assists at Marist (3/13)...named Nike Player of the Week (3/12)...scored one goal and dished out one assist vs. Maryland (3/17)...scored three goals and dished out five assists vs. Iona (3/20)...finished with one goal, three assists, two ground balls, two controlled draws and one caused turnover at Vermont (3/23)...tallied five points on two goals and three helpers and also picked up one ground ball and controlled two draws at Siena (3/24)...scored two goals and dished three assists vs. Albany (3/30)...tallied one goal and one assist at UMBC (4/6)...posted four points on one assist and three helpers, becoming just the second Seawolf to tally 100 career assists, vs. Vermont in the America East Semifinals (5/3)...netted one goal and dished out one assistas Stony Brook won its first America East title and booked its first-ever ticket to the NCAA Tournament vs. Albany (5/5)...dished out three assists in a win vs. Towson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (5/10)...tallied one assistat No. 1/1 Maryland in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (5/12).
2012: IWLCA All-American Third-Team, the first-ever for Stony Brook...started 17 games on attack...scored a school-record 101 points on 42 goals and a school-record 59 assists...named the America East Player of the Year after breaking the conference record for points in conferenge games only (42)...named first-team All-America East...scored two goals, had seven assists, had one ground bsll and controlled one drawvs. Central Connecticut (2/19)...scored a goal, had six assists, a ground ball, two caused turnovers and went 1-for-1 with face-offs vs. Monmouth (2/26)...scored six goals, three assists, had three ground balls and controlled a draw vs. Johns Hopkins (3/3)...named America East Player of the Week on March 5...scored two goals off four shots vs. Duke (3/5)...one goal, one ground ball, a controlled draw and a caused turnover vs. Florida (3/14)...one goal, four assists and a ground ball vs. Maryland (3/20)...one goal, six assists, a controlled draw and a caused turnover vs. Marist (3/24)...two goals, eight assists for a school-record 10 points vs. Iona (3/27)...five goals and four assists vs. Binghamton (3/31)...named America East Player of the Week on April 2...three goals, two assists and a controlled draw vs. UMBC (4/4)...seven goals, three assists to match her school-record 10 points vs. Vermont (4/7)...one assists, a ground ball, two controlled draws and a caused turnover vs. Yale (4/11)...three goals, two assists, one ground ball and two controlled draws vs. Boston University (4/14)...named to the America East Championship All-Tournament team.
Before SBU: Played two seasons at Adelphi...helped lead the Panthers to NCAA Div. II national championships in 2010 and 2011...posted 47 goals and 81 assists in 2010 and 57 goals and an NCAA Div. II record 123 assists in 2011...left as the Div. II leader in career assists (204).
Honors and Awards: Named 2011 ECAC Division II Offensive Player of the Year ... named to the All-NE-10 First-Team (2011)...named NE-10 Player of the Year (2011)...named to the NE-10 All-Tournament team (2011)...received MVP honors at the Final Four (2011)...named an IWLCA First-Team All-Region selection (2011)...Synapse and IWLCA First-Team All-American (2011)...Synapse Attacker of the Year (2011)...Collegiate Women Sports Award Nominee (2011)...named NE-10 Player of the Week four times (3/29, 4/5, 4/19, 5/3)...named All-NE-10 First-Team (2010)...named NE-10 Player of the Year (2010)...named NE-10 Tournament MVP (2010)...named ECAC Division II Offensive Player of the Year and First-Team All-Star (2010)...IWLCA First-Team All-North Region (2010)...IWLCA First-Team All-American (2010)...IWLCA Attacker of the Year (2010)...nominated for the 2009-2010 Collegiate Women Sports Awards Division II Athlete of the Year.