2010: Honorable mention All-Ivy League selection ... started 16 of the 17 matches she participated in ... ranked second on the team with 22 shots, and second with 11 shots on goals ... had a goal and three assists ... had a goal and recorded three shots, including two on goal, in 3-0 win over Hartford ... also recorded three shots against Stony Brook, Cornell and Brown ... had an assist in 1-0 win over the Big Red ... also notched an assist against Penn and Princeton.
2009: Shifted from forward to outside back and made 11 starts, while seeing action in all 17 matches ... recorded an assist in Columbia's 3-1 victory at Marist ... tallied two shots and played 101 minutes in draw with Lehigh ... played full 110 minutes in tie with Hofstra.
2008: Fantastic first-year forward who has keen knack for scoring ... injuries limited her to nine games on the year, which included six starts ... scored four goals and added an assist ... named Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Sept. 8 after scoring game-winning goal against William & Mary ... scored goals against Iona, Cornell and Manhattan and added an assist on Sophie Reiser’s first goal in win over Dartmouth.
Oaklands College: Played for England's U-17 national team ... attended U-19 training camps ... most recently played club ball with Arsenal Academy in 2007 and 2008 ... named Player of the Final at U-17 Open European championships.
Personal: Economics and statistics major ... daughter of Wendy Spring and Steven Wicks ... enjoys rock climbing ... first student ever from Oaklands to be accepted to an Ivy League school ... b. October 13, 1989 in Dorchester, England.