2011-12: First team All-Ivy League ... won 15 of 18 bouts in women's sabre at the Ivy League Championships ... swept all three bouts from Yale, Brown and Cornell and won two of three from Penn, Harvard and Princeton ... finished sixth at NCAA Northeast Regionals and qualified for the NCAA Championships but did not fence there, due to the two person per school, per weapon rule ... won all six bouts she fenced against NYU, Sacred Heart and Vassar at The Historical Meet Plus ... won 12 of 15 bouts at the NYU Invitational, sweeping three bouts against Northwestern and Notre Dame.
2010-11: Gained All-American honorable mention at the NCAA Championships ... finished 12th in women's sabre after winning 11 bouts, including a defeat of defending NCAA champion Caroline Vloka ... placed second at NCAA Regionals ... named a Primetime Performer by CollegeFencing360.com after she helped lead the Lions to a second-place finish at the Ivy League Championships ... tied atop the women's sabre standings with a 16-2 record at the round-robin tournament ... swept all three bouts vs. Penn State at the St. John's Super Cup ... went 6-0 at the NYU Historical Meet Plus.
2009-10: Spent first year training behind large group of talented sabre fencers.
Personal: African-American studies concentration ... daughter of Lasme Diedro and the late Angela Hinton Diedro ... lived in West Africa for three years ... b. March 15, 1991 in Queens.