2019 Season: Named to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Second Team ... Tabbed to the GNAC Academic All-Conference Team ... One of just three GNAC players to rank among the top 18 in points (58/13th), goals (44/12th), assists (14/18th) ground balls (54/7th), draw controls (85/4th) and caused turnovers (25/12th) ... Ranked second on the team in points and goals and finished with the sixth-highest goal total in school history, while her points tally was the seventh-most in a season at Simmons ... One of the most consistent goal scorers on the team, netting at least one goal in every match to extend a streak of 32 straight matches, dating back to the third match of the 2018 season ... Scored multiple goals in eight consecutive games to close out the season and totaled 11 multi-goal outings for the season ... Converted 10 free-position goals to place 14th among league leaders ... Scored a career-high seven goals, including the game-winner to lead Simmons to a come-from-behind 10-9 overtime road victory over Colby-Sawyer College in the GNAC Championship Tournament Quarterfinals, which was three days after she netted an overtime game-winner at Norwich University on April 24 ... Matched the school mark for ground balls in a game with nine at Rivier University on April 13 and picked up four or more ground balls on six occasions ... Registered at least one ground ball in every match and a draw control in all but one match for the year ... Led the team in draw controls, ground balls and caused turnovers, while ranking second, third and fifth, respectively, in school history with her season totals in those categories.
2018 Season: Named to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Third Team ... Netted 37 goals, including 23 markers in GNAC matches to rank 14th in the league-only games ... Tallied 40 points to place 20th on the conference leaderboard, while her 10 free-position goals put her 11th among GNAC players in all games ... Proved valuable on the draw as well, winning 60 draws to lead the team and place fifth on the school's single-season list, while her 43 draw controls in conference matches placed her seventh in the league ... Caused 27 turnovers, with almost half coming against GNAC rivals with 13, which was good for 12th among league leaders in GNAC games ... Netted at least one goal in all but one contest for Simmons and scored a career-high five goals in a 15-14 victory over Norwich University on April 10 ... Scored multiple goals on 10 occasions, including a five-match string that saw her find the back of the net 15 times from March 6-22 ... Posted a career-best in points on March 31 with six vs. Albertus Magnus College ... Won a personal-best seven draws vs. Rivier University on March 27 during a four-game span that saw her win 23 draws.
2017 Season: Started 19 of 20 matches ... Enjoyed a breakout season, netting a career-high 32 goals to rank fourth on the team, while adding four assists for 36 points ... Placed third on the team with 32 draw controls and was fourth among the Sharks with 34 ground balls ... Caused eight turnovers ... Registered multiple points on 11 occasions, including six straight from April 19 to May 5, where she tallied 18 points, including 17 goals ... Notched at least one point in 15 consecutive contests from March 18 to May 5 ... Netted a career-best four goals and added a ground ball and a caused turnover at Saint Joseph's College (Maine) in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Championship Tournament Semifinals on May 5 ... Collected a personal-best six ground balls and added two goals, a draw control and a caused turnover at Albertus Magnus College on March 25 ... Netted three goals, picked up five ground balls and caused a turnover at Lasell College on May 3 in the GNAC Championship Tournament Quarterfinals.
2016 Season: Started 14 of 17 matches that she appeared in ... Made her collegiate debut vs. Manhattanville College on March 5 ... Ranked third on the team with 20 draw controls ... Tallied seven points with four goals and three assists for the season ... Put together a four-match streak from April 20-30 with at least one point, including a pair of multi-point efforts ... Scored a goal and added an assist to go with a season-high six draw controls and three ground balls vs. University of Saint Joseph (Conn.) on April 30 ... Recorded multiple caused turnovers on three occasions, including a season-high of three vs. Emmanuel College on April 12.
High School/Personal: Three-year letterwinner in lacrosse, while earning four letters in soccer and two in cheerleading for Scituate High School ... Named Most Valuable Player for the Spartans' lacrosse squad ... Chosen a Captain for the SHS soccer and lacrosse teams for her senior campaign ... Named to Rhode Island Girls Soccer Coaches Association All-Division Two North Team for the Spartans' soccer team ... Helped SHS soccer win the Division Two North Championship as well as the Rhode Island Cup title ... Selected All-State for the Senior Mixed Chorus as a Soprano for Scituate High School ... Earned High Honors with Distinction for Scituate High and was also a member of the National Honors Society as well as the Rhode Island Honors Society ... Elected Class Vice-President for Scituate High School ... Member of Students Against Destructive Decisions and Mothers Against Drunk Driving at SHS ... Served as a Teamspirit Leader and staff of Youth In Action ... Served as a U-8 Girls Assistant Soccer Coach ... Born December 27, 1996 ... Majoring in Physical Therapy with a minor in Healthcare Management at Simmons and would like to pursue a career as a Physical Therapist ... Daughter of Karen and Thomas Cottam ... Member of the Simmons Soccer team ... Enjoys unicorns.
|Apr 13||at Rivier||W, 23-12|
|Apr 17||St. Joseph (Conn.)||W, 16-5|
|Apr 20||Emmanuel (Mass.)||W, 17-7|
|Apr 24||at Norwich||W, 9-8|
|Apr 27||at Colby-Sawyer||W, 10-9|
|May 1||at Johnson & Wales (RI)||L, 20-5|
|Shots on goal||84||54|
|Shots on goal percentage||84.0||80.6|
|Free position goals-shots||10-23||6-13|
|Mar 8||Southern Vt.||W, 19-0||1||0||1||0-1||3||2||2||3||3||33.3||3||100.0|
|Mar 9||at Albertus Magnus||W, 11-3||1||1||2||0-1||4||0||0||2||6||16.7||5||83.3|
|Mar 13||vs. Johnson & Wales (RI)||L, 19-11||1||0||1||0-0||2||6||4||0||4||25.0||4||100.0|
|Mar 15||Framingham St.||L, 16-8||1||0||1||0-0||1||7||2||0||2||50.0||2||100.0|
|Mar 16||at Anna Maria||W, 23-1||3||0||3||0-0||1||7||1||0||3||100.0||3||100.0|
|Mar 19||Curry||W, 9-8||2||1||3||2-3||3||4||2||1||3||66.7||3||100.0|
|Mar 23||at Regis (Mass.)||L, 9-5||1||0||1||1-1||2||2||2||2||1||100.0||1||100.0|
|Mar 27||Saint Joseph's (Me.)||W, 15-13||3||3||6||1-3||6||10||5||2||5||60.0||5||100.0|
|Mar 30||Colby-Sawyer||L, 18-5||1||1||2||1-1||1||3||4||0||4||25.0||3||75.0|
|Apr 3||at Mass.-Dartmouth||L, 11-9||2||0||2||0-2||4||8||4||3||9||22.2||7||77.8|
|Apr 10||Lasell||L, 13-12||4||1||5||0-0||3||8||1||1||9||44.4||8||88.9|
|Apr 13||at Rivier||W, 23-12||5||2||7||1-2||9||6||2||4||11||45.5||7||63.6|
|Apr 17||St. Joseph (Conn.)||W, 16-5||3||0||3||1-3||1||6||1||0||7||42.9||5||71.4|
|Apr 20||Emmanuel (Mass.)||W, 17-7||4||2||6||1-1||4||5||0||2||9||44.4||6||66.7|
|Apr 24||at Norwich||W, 9-8||3||3||6||0-1||2||4||5||1||8||37.5||7||87.5|
|Apr 27||at Colby-Sawyer||W, 10-9||7||0||7||1-3||7||3||4||3||12||58.3||11||91.7|
|May 1||at Johnson & Wales (RI)||L, 20-5||2||0||2||1-1||1||4||4||1||4||50.0||4||100.0|