2011: Earned Second Team All-Ivy League honors … named to NFHCA Division I Collegiate National Academic Squad for third time … played in all 17 games, making 16 starts … senior co-captain … tied for fifth on the team with five points … finished with four goals and one assist … scored goal in season opener at Drexel … scored goal at Hofstra … had one goal and one assist in 5-1 win over Penn … scored final collegiate goal at Dartmouth in 4-2 win.
2010: Named to NFHCA Division I Collegiate National Academic Squad … started all 17 games ... ranked third on the team with 13 points ... finished season with five goals and three assists ... had single assists against Hofstra, Villanova and Princeton ... had the game-winning goal in Columbia's 2-0 win at Monmouth ... also scored in 3-1 win at Harvard and 5-2 victory against Dartmouth ... scored her first goal of the season in Lions' 3-2 win against West Chester.
2009: Played in all 17 games, making seven starts ... scored single goals against Bucknell and Lafayette.
2008: Named to NFHCA Division I Collegiate National Academic Squad … played in 13 games, starting one as a first-year ... scored first collegiate goal against Hofstra ... recorded two shots against Quinnipiac and Hofstra.
At Bernards: Earned four letters in field hockey and track and field ... served as captain for both teams as a senior ... two-time first-team All-Skylands Conference and All-Somerset County ... named first-team all-area by the Courier News in 2007... earned 21 points on 10 goals and 11 assists as a senior ... 2006 Skyland Conference Champions ... played for the Edge Field Hockey Club which won the National Championship at the 2006 National Festival ... National Honor Society.
Personal: Economics major ... daughter of Ashley and Peter Christus ... father, Peter, played football at Villanova ... sister, Grace, plays field hockey at Duke ... sister, Clayton, plays field hockey at Brown ... Carson McAden Christus, born in New York, N.Y.