2018: Finished the season with a career-high in all categories, including 26 goal, 7 assists, 16 groun balls and 41 draw controls... Four goals and six draw controls in regular season finale vs. Princeton (4/28)... Scored a goal on the road at #10 Penn (4/14)... A team-high four points on three goals and an assists in a road win at Yale (4/7)... Two goals on the road at Wagner (3/28)... Four points on three goals and an assist in a win over Harvard (3/25)... Tallied a hat trick on the road in a win over East Carolina (3/17)... Fired in a goal on the road at #22 Cornell (3/10)... Posted a goal and three draw controls in Lions Ivy League opener at Dartmouth (3/3)... A game-high four goals and six draw controls vs. Arizona St. (2/26)... Five points behind three goals and two assists, along with a game-high nine draw controls in Lions home opener vs. Lehigh (2/24)... A goal and a game-high five draw controls in a win at Fairfield (2/21)...
2017: Scored a goal in the season finale at #5 Princeton (4/29)... Added a goal and two draw controls in the final non-conference regular season game against Hofstra (4/1)... Tallied her first career goal, along with an assist, in a home win over Wagner (3/29)... Two ground balls, a draw control, and a caused turnover on the road at
Personal: Enrolled in Columbia College...
Prior To Columbia: Quinn came to Columbia as an athletic midfielder and a three-sport athlete in soccer, basketball, and lacrosse. She led the Radnor lacrosse team in ground balls in her senior season with 63, while collecting 76 draw controls, 38 goals, and 38 caused turnovers. Her outstanding production for the two-time PIAA State Championship runner-ups and 2016 District I champions garnered 2016 First Team All-Central League, All-Main Line, All-Delco, and All-America honors. She was also named the team's best all-around player and finished her athletic career with the most varsity letters of her class with eight. Her sister is standout player Taylor Quinn. A member of the National Honor Society, Quinn was on the Distinguished Honor Roll throughout the duration of her academic career. She is also active in the community, participating in programs like Rustic Pathways, where she spent two weeks in a remote village in the Atlas Mountains teaching and working in the community, and with Fields of Growth, where she spent another two weeks in Kingston, Jamaica, coaching lacrosse and helping locals.