2014-15: Saw action in 23 games ... Contributed one assist and one steal in the season opener at San Francisco (Nov. 14) … Recorded three rebounds and one assist at San Jose State (Nov. 16) … Posted one steal in the home opener versus Lafayette (Nov. 19) …Tallied one rebound at Stony Brook (Nov. 21) … Posted two points and one board against Kennesaw State (Nov. 29) …Notched one board and one point versus UMass Lowell (Dec. 1) ... Tallied four points, one handout and one rebound versus LIU Brooklyn (Dec. 7) ... Contributed one block against Portland State (Dec. 21) ... Recorded nine points off three triples and one assist versus FDU (Jan. 7) ... Pulled down one board at Yale (Jan. 30) … Grabbed one rebound at Yale (Jan. 31) ... Notched three points, one board and one steal against Dartmouth (Feb. 14) ... Contributed three points, two boards and one assist versus Brown (Feb. 20) … Had three points against Yale (Feb. 22) ... Had four points at Harvard (Feb. 28).
2013-14: Played a season-high 21 minutes, grabbing a season-best five boards, scoring six points and snatching two steals at Harvard (2/14) ... Drilled a 3-points against Brown (2/1) ... Scored first collegiate points at Cornell, tallying eight points on 3-of-6 shooting in 14 minutes (1/25) ... Grabbed first collegiate rebound at Portland (11/29) ... Dished out first collegiate assist at FDU (11/24).
Before Columbia: Four-year letterwinner and starter on the women’s basketball team at Swampscott … Won the Northeastern Conference South championship in 2012 … Averaged 17.8 points as a senior … Led Swampscott in scoring, rebounding, blocked shots and free throw percentage as a senior … As a junior and senior she was named a Salem News All-Star, Lynn Item All-Star, Northeastern Conference All-Star teams and selected as the team MVP … As a senior, she was named the Northeastern Conference MVP … Received the Scholar-Athlete Award and graduated with honor.