2016-17: Played in all 27 games averaging 4.2 rebounds and 16.3 minutes played … Ivy League Weekly Honor Roll (Jan. 30) … Overall made 48.2% of her field goals attempted, and 84.4% of her free throws attempted … Four double-figure scoring games, three of them being back to back to back games (Jan. 27 – Feb. 3) … Had at least 5 rebounds in 12 games … Earned her first collegiate double-double in the quadruple-overtime victory at Dartmouth (Jan. 27) scoring a season-high 18 points on a flawless 9 of 9 field goals in a career-high 45 minutes with a career-high of 11 rebounds ... Scored 15 points in a game against Harvard, with the help of her career-high of a perfect 7 of 7 free throws made and attempted … Earned her first start of the year against Princeton (Feb. 11).
2015-16: Named to the Ivy League weekly honor roll three times (Jan. 11, Feb. 21, Feb. 28) … finished the year with 14 double-figure scoring games while averaging 9.6 points in 17.1 minutes per game while shooting 51.5 percent from the field … posted up 23 points with six rebounds in 25 minutes after shooting 10-of-16 from the field against Stony Brook (Nov. 23) … picked up 19 points with six rebounds in 20 minutes off the bench against Saint Francis (Pa.) … earned first start of the season where she shot 58.3 percent (7-of-12) from the field at the two-day ASU Classic (Dec. 5-6) … recorded 20 points, four rebounds and three steals after shooting 9-of-14 from the field against Binghamton (Dec. 9) … went a perfect 6-for-6 from both the field and the free throw line for 18 points and five rebounds while matching a career-best three blocks against Fairleigh Dickinson (Jan. 6) … picked up 10 points after going a career-best 6-of-7 from the free-throw line while adding a pair of buckets and three rebounds against Brown (Feb. 6) … earned the start against Dartmouth (Feb. 20) where she posted up 17 points, seven rebounds and a career-best three steals after shooting 8-for-14 from the floor … set a career-best 10 rebounds after falling two points shy of a double-double against Princeton (Feb. 26) … rounded out the season with an 11-point performance after shooting 5-of-7 from the field against Yale (March 5).
2014-15: One of five NCAA Div. I women's basketball players named to the 2015 WBCA Allstate Good Works Team ... Saw action in 25 games, starting eight ... Averaged 4.9 ppg and 2.4 rpg ... Contributed one point, one rebound and one assist in the season opener at San Francisco (Nov. 14) … Went 6-of-6 at the free throw line to record six points and pulled down one rebound at San Jose State (Nov. 16) ... Tallied two rebounds at Stony Brook (Nov. 21) … Posted two points and one board against Kennesaw State (Nov. 29) … Notched three boards, two points and one steal versus UMass Lowell (Dec. 1) ... Tallied one rebound and one steal versus LIU Brooklyn (Dec. 7) ... Contributed two points, two boards and one steal against Portland State (Dec. 21) … Had seven points, one assist and one block at Wagner (Dec. 30) ... Recorded four points, one block and one rebound versus FDU (Jan. 7) ... Notched two points and one board at Cornell (Jan. 17) ... Had four points, three rebounds and one block to her credit versus Cornell (Jan. 24) ... Contributed four rebounds and two steals at Yale (Jan. 30) … Tallied four points, three rebounds and two blocks at Brown (Jan. 31) ... Posted two points at No. 18/20 Princeton (Feb. 6) … In her first collegiate start, provided four points and one block at Penn (Feb. 7) ... Recorded nine points, four rebounds, one assist and one steal versus Harvard (Feb. 13) … Notched six points, four boards and one steal against Dartmouth (Feb. 14) ... Went 11-of-15 from the floor and 5-of-5 at the line for 27 points and contributed four rebounds and three assists versus Brown (Feb. 20) … Had six points and five rebounds against Yale (Feb. 22) ... Tallied eight points, four boards and one steal at Dartmouth (Feb. 27) … Had 11 points, five rebounds and one assist at Harvard (Feb. 28) ... Recorded 10 points, six rebounds, and one block versus Penn (March 6) … Posted four points, two blocks and one rebound against Princeton (March 7).
2013-14: Was 4-of-9 from the field, scoring eight points and grabbing six boards at Penn (3/7) … Matched her career-bests with 13 points and four made field goals at Harvard (2/14) ... Snagged four boards against Penn (2/8) ... Tallied six points and three boards in 14 minutes of action against Yale (1/31) ... Was an efficient 4-of-5 from the field for a season-high nine points in win at Kennesaw State (12/21) ... Matched season-high with five rebounds and also handed out first career assist at Iona (12/9) ... Pulled down five rebounds at Portland State (12/1) ... Went 3-of-6 from the floor and grabbed three offensive boards at Lafayette (11/15) ... Tallied seven points after going 5-of-6 from the free throw line against San Francisco (11/10) ... Swatted away two shots and had two steals in season-opening win at LIU Brooklyn (11/8).
Before Columbia: Four-year letterwinner and served as captain as a senior at The Bishop's School ... Helped The Bishop’s School reach the CIF Basketball Championship game four years in a row … Won the Coast League Lacrosse Championship as a senior … All-time leading scorer and rebounder, tallying 1,542 points and 1,167 rebounds … Averaged over 17.5 points and 11 rebounds as a junior and senior … McDonald’s High School All-America nominee as a senior … Twice named to the All-CIF San Diego County first team … Received the CIF San Diego County Sportsmanship Award twice … Selected to the All-California third team as a junior … Also earned three letters in lacrosse and captained the squad as a senior … Named to the CIF San Diego County All-Academic team in 2012 and 2013, captaining the team as a senior … Received the President’s Award, Knights of the Roundtable Senior Scholar-Athlete Award, the Carol Lattimer Community Service Scholarship Award, the Otto Mauer Award and the Head of School Award ... Interned with SKLZ Sports Company … Volunteered in Uganda building a basketball court … Created non-profit called Team Phenom that sponsors basketball players to help them receive a higher-level education.