|Major:||Neuroscience and Behavior|
Named to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference First Team in singles play for the fourth straight season and earned First Team Doubles honors for the second time in her career ... Named to GNAC All-Academic Team ... Named a Captain for the second straight year ... Earned GNAC Player of the Week honors for the week of October 5-11 ... Posted a 30-9 combined record, including 13-3 in singles and 17-6 in doubles action, playing primarily at number two for singles and one for doubles ... Won all but one singles match in straight sets ... Dropped just one singles match in dual play and posted a 13-4 doubles record at number one in dual contests ... Won five singles contests without surrendering a game and strung together eight straight singles wins from October 3 to April 2 and five straight doubles victories, including a win over a tandem from Williams College, the number one ranked program in the nation ... Suffered her first singles loss vs. a GNAC opponent on September 27, falling in three sets to halt a 21-match win streak as part of a 26-1 lifetime mark vs. league foes ... Helped the Sharks take the GNAC Championship with a 6-0, 6-1 win at number two singles and a 8-3 triumph at first doubles vs. Johnson & Wales University on October 25 and was named to the All-Tournament Team. 2015-2016 Season:
2014-2015 Season: Named a Great Northeast Athletic Conference First Team selection for singles and Second Team honoree for doubles ... Selected an Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar-Athlete in addition to being tabbed to the GNAC All-Academic Team ... Named GNAC Player of the Week twice and earned GNAC All-Tournament Team accolades ... Chosen a Captain ... Posted a combined record of 30-14, including 18-5 in singles action at number two to lead the team in singles victories ... Was unbeaten vs. conference opponents, going 4-0 in singles play and 3-0 in doubles action ... Put together a seven-match winning streak in singles play from October 12 to March 29 ... Won five singles matches without dropping a game ... Won the team's fifth and deciding point with a 6-4, 6-1 win at second singles to give the Sharks a victory over Plymouth State University on May 8 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
2013-2014 Season: Named to the Great Northeast Athletic All-Conference First Team for both Singles and Doubles ... Selected to the GNAC All-Academic Team ... Tabbed to the GNAC All-Tournament Team ... Posted a 12-8 record in both singles and doubles play for a combined record of 24-16 ... Won all of her singles matches in straight sets, including two tilts without losing a game ... Turned in a perfect 5-0 singles mark and a 4-0 record in doubles play vs. conference foes ... Played primarily at number three singles, where she was 9-6 and owned an 11-4 record at number one doubles, playing all but one match with partner Margaret Teague ... The duo were ranked 15th in the Northeast Regional rankings by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, prior to the start of the spring season ... Won four straight singles matches on two occasions as part of a stretch from October 2 to March 29, where she won eight of nine matches ... Won seven consecutive doubles contests from October 2 to March 29, including six at the one spot and did not drop more than two games in any of the matches ... Captured a 6-3, 6-3 win over Mount Holyoke College on October 19 in the Consolation Round of the New England Women's Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament ... Won both of her singles matches at number three in the GNAC Tournament Semifinals and Championship rounds and was named to the GNAC All-Tournament Team ... Earned a 6-1, 6-1 victory at number two singles vs. Gwynedd-Mercy University on May 8 in the first round of the NCAA Championship Tournament ...
2012-2013 Season: went 14-5 overall in singles play and 5-0 in the GNAC.... 12-8 overall in first doubles... named GNAC Rookie of the Year... All-Conference First Team singles... All-Conference First Team doubles... Named to the GNAC All-Tournament squad ... GNAC Rookie of the Week twice during the season.
High School/Personal: Won four letters in tennis and three in volleyball at Haverhill High School ... Four-time Merrimack Valley All-Conference honoree in tennis for the Hilltoppers ... Three-year Captain and Most Valuable Player for HHS tennis ... Recipient of the Hilltoppers' Coaches Award for tennis ... Earned the Outstanding Student Award for both English and Spanish at Haverhill High ... Earned High Honors all four years at HHS and was a member of the National Honor Society at Haverhill ... Born May 28, 1994 ... Majoring in Neuroscience and Behavior with a minor in Computer Science at Simmons and would like to pursue a career in Forensic Dentistry ... Daughter of Lynne and Doug ... Serves as President of Student Athlete Advisory Committee and as a Student Faculty Liaison at Simmons ... Member of Bartol Dining Club ... Enjoys racquetball.