|High School:||W. Boylston|
Enters season eighth on career 3-pointer list with 65… 2009-10: Played in 23 of 24 games, starting 21 of them… Averaged 6.8 points per game along with 2.1 assists and 2.0 rebounds per contest… Team-high 37.5% from 3-point range (33-88) was ranked fifth in the UAA… Also finished second on squad with 33 trifectas and 48 assists… Led team in scoring once, assists seven times… Scored in double figures six times… Opened season with 11 points in 21 minutes off the bench against WPI, 11/15, in a 66-32 win… Had team-high four assists in both games of Brandeis Classic, 11/20 & 21, against Wentworth at Bates… Scored in double figures in back-to-back games, 11/29 against Tufts, with 11 points , and 12/1 at Emmanuel, with 10… Set a new career scoring high with 16 points in 74-61 loss at Chicago, 1/17, by scoring eight of team's first 10 points… Next time out matched career-high with team-best five assists in 55-48 win over Rochester, 1/22… Helped Judges to season sweep of Case with 12 points on 1/29 at home and 13 more 2/5 on the road… Scored all 12 in the second half of home win over Spartans on 3-pointers… Led squad with four assists and hit two key free throws, helping Judges clinch 67-65 come-from-behind win over Rochester, 2/19, in upstate New York… 2008-09: Earned honorable mention All-UAA honors… Stepped into the starting line-up in 27 of 28 contests as a sophomore, averaging 26.4 minutes per game… Finished second on the team with 62 assists (2.3 apg), 31 3-pointers and 21 steals (0.8 spg)… Was fifth on the squad at 6.9 points per game, a career-bests…Led team in assists seven times, scoring once… Reached double figures in scoring seven times… Established new career-bests in with game-high five assists and eight points in 71-44 win over 15th-ranked Bowdoin, 11/23, in championship game of Brandeis Tip-Off Tournament… Matched career-high in helpers and scored in double figures for the first time with a 10-point, five-assist performance at 16th-ranked Tufts, 11/30… The Judges entered the d3hoops.com rankings at No. 12 after that win… Next career high came in a 69-56 loss at Emory, 1/25, when she pulled down six rebounds, including three on the offensive glass… Added 12 points in a 71-56 loss at Washington U., 2/8… Matched that total in a key 52-50 UAA road win at Rochester, 2/15, when the Yellowjackets were ranked No. 2 in the nation… Scored all 12 points in the second half, tying for team-high honors… Connected on three 3-pointers, a driving lay-up with the shot clock expiring and 1:28 remaining and one-of-two free throws down the stretch… Increased her career-high point total to 14 in the first round of the NCAA tournament against Western Connecticut State, 3/6… Again tallied 12 points in the second half as Brandeis rallied from a 10-point deficit to defeat the Colonials… Hit 5-of-7 from the field, including her only trifecta, and all three free throws… Also tallied 12 points in the team's Elite Eight victory over Muhlenberg College, 3/13, at Amherst… 2007-08: Played in 17 games, averaging just over 10 minutes a game… Scored career-high six points, include a 3-pointer, in 86-62 win over Emmanuel, 11/27… Played a career-best 22 minutes next time out, 12/1 against Babson, dishing out career-high three assists… Matched season-best assist total 1/5 against Husson… Career-high three rebounds came in 11/17 in a loss to Kenyon College… Had two steals in a game three times: 11/17 vs. Kenyon, 12/8 vs. Williams and 1/9 vs. Simmons… Academic: Majoring in American Studies and anthropology… Member of Student-Athlete Advisory Committee… Member of Relay For Life committee… Works with Jewish Big Brother/Big Sisters High School: Five-time letterwinner and four-year starter for West Boylston High School… Was a member of five Lion teams that reached the District semifinals, including the finals in her freshman and junior seasons… As a captain in 2007, earned MVP honors at the Nashoba Winter Invitational and All-Tournament honors at the Westboro tournament… A three-time All-Star at the Mount Wachusett Community College tournament, leading the West Boylston to the tournament championship in 2006.