|Hometown:||East Setauket, N.Y.|
|High School:||Ward Melville|
2008: IWLCA All-Academic Team; America East All-Academic Team; IWLCA Northeast Region Second Team; America East All-Conference First Team; America East All-Championship Team. 2007: America East All-Academic Team; America East All-Conference First Team; America East Player of the Week. 2006: All-Conference Second Team; All-Rookie Team; R ookie of the Week three times.
50 games played; 112 goals; 20 assists; 132 points.
Six goals (twice-most recent at Stony Brook 4/21/06); three assists (at Binghamton 04/28/07); six points (four times-most recent vs. Albany 04/16/08).
100th career goal vs. Albany (04/16/08); 100th career point vs. Binghamton (03/29/08).
Played in 16 of 19 games and was in the starting lineup 14 times; led the team in points per game (3.13), free-position goals (11) and game-winning goals (five); ranked second in goals (41), points (50) and shots (93); third in both assists (nine) and draw controls (22); 8-1-9 in four games vs. nationally-ranked teams; 19-5-24 in six America East conference games; in league play, was fourth in goals per game (3.17), tied for fourth in points per game (4.00) and tied for eighth in assists per game (0.83); 18-5-23 in six home games; was UNH’s top goal scorer and point producer in the America East tournament with 8-0-8; scored five goals in the semifinal vs. UVM, then scored three times – including the last two goals of regulation to force overtime – in the title game; 2-1-3 and six draw controls in the NCAA first-round game; ended the season with a 12-game point-scoring streak (37-8-45); scored a goal every game in that streak with nine straight multiple-goal efforts to end the year; recorded a point in 15 of 16 games played; scored a goal in 15 games with 14 multiple-goal efforts, including five-goal performances vs. Vermont and Albany; matched her career high of six points against both Albany (5-1-6) and Binghamton (4-2-6).
Led the team in points (36), goals (29) and free-position goals (10); ranked second in assists with seven; registered double digits in ground balls, caused turnovers and draw controls; recorded 12-4-16 in six conference games; in four games vs; nationally-ranked teams, tallied four points (all on goals) as well as five GB, two CTO and three DC; recorded a point in 15 of 17 games with 10 multiple-point efforts; matched her career high of six points in the regular-season finale at Binghamton with a personal-best three assists in that game; scored a goal in 14 of 17 games with eight multiple-goal efforts, including a season-high five goals vs. Towson; opened the season with a nine-game point-scoring streak.
Started all 17 games in which she played; 42 goals and four assists for 46 points; both the goal and point totals are UNH rookie records; scored at least one goal in each of her first nine games to break that UNH rookie record (goal scoring streak to start a career); second on the team in goals, third in CTO (17) and fourth in points; tied for first in DC (35); 14-1-15 in six conference games; scored a season-high six goals vs. Marist and matched that output at Stony Brook; the six points also marked her high for the season; recorded consecutive four-point games vs. UMass (3g, 1a) and Brown (4g); recorded a point in 16 of 17 games with 14 multiple-point games, which included 11 multiple-goal efforts; ended the season with a point- and goal-scoring streak of seven games; recorded her first career point with a goal vs. Holy Cross in the season opener; also had an assist in that game to finish with two points; one of five Wildcats to record double digits in GB (23), DC and CTO.
Born 12/31/86; a 2005 graduate of Ward Melville School, where she lettered in lacrosse and field hockey; All-America selection in 2005; All-America Honorable Mention in 2004; recorded 50 goals and 26 assists as a senior; Empire State Games participant in 2004; Newsday Scholar Athlete in 2004 and 2005; Newsday All-Long Island Team selection in both lacrosse (2005) and field hockey (2003 and 2004); also played on the Long Island Yellow Jackets club team; a biology major.