|High School:||Upper St. Clair|
2011: Named to NFHCA Division I Collegiate National Academic Squad for fourth consecutive year … tied career highs as a senior co-captain and served as a defensive stalwart for the Lions … 11 career assists are tied for ninth on Columbia’s all-time list … started all 17 games … was fourth on the team with 10 points off three goals and four assists … had one assist in season opener at Drexel … scored an unassisted goal in 3-1 win over Brown … made a defensive save against Quinnipiac … scored one goal in 3-1 win at Cornell … had one assist at Princeton … had an assist on the game-winning goal in 2-1 victory over Rutgers … had an assist off penalty-corner goal in 2-1 win over Virginia Commonwealth … scored one goal against Yale.
2010: Named to NFHCA Division I Collegiate National Academic Squad … started all 17 games on defense ... finished with a goal and three assists ... had a goal and an assist in Columbia's 5-4 win at Brown ... also recorded single assists against Cornell and Yale.
2009: Named to NFHCA Division I Collegiate National Academic Squad … appeared in 12 games, starting nine on defense ... lone goal of the season was a stroke in 3-1 win against Lehigh ... had a defensive save against Dartmouth.
2008: Named to NFHCA Division I Collegiate National Academic Squad … started all 17 games as a first-year ... finished fourth on the team with 10 points on three goals and four assists ... scored in her first collegiate game in 2-1 win over William & Mary ... had back-to-back game winning goals at Holy Cross and vs. Hofstra.
At Upper St. Clair: Earned four letters in field hockey and two in lacrosse ... served as captain for field hockey as a senior ... led team in scoring as a junior (17) and senior (18) ... first-team all-star section in 2006 and 2007 ... second-team all-star section in 2004 and 2005 ... named academic All-American in lacrosse as a senior ... National Honors Society.
Personal: Double major in economics and political science ... daughter of Sarah and Willy Scherf ... born in Sao Paulo, Brazil.