Honors: 2010 Mountain West Conference all-tournament selection.
2009 Season: Played in all 24 games and started the final 11 games of the season ... Finished with two goals and an assist for a total of five points, all of which were Aztec career highs ... Scored once against CS Northridge and at Air Force, which was a game-winner ... Assisted on a goal vs. Long Beach State ... Took a season-high three shots vs. Oregon State and vs. Utah ... Eight of her 15 shots (.533) were on goal.
2008 Season: Appeared in 13 games with two starts in her first season with the Aztecs ... Starts came against Loyola Marymount on Oct. 5 and at Utah on Oct. 9 ... Took four shots on the season, including two on goal ... Two her four attempts came at Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 26) ... Her first appearance came against Washington on Sept. 12.
2007 Season (Colorado): Started all 22 games as a freshman, helping the Buffaloes to a 10-8-4 record and a berth in the NCAA tournament ... Selected to the Big 12 all-newcomer team ... Led Colorado with four assists and was tied for fourth on the squad with two goals ... Tallied her first collegiate score in the second half of a 1-1 tie against Fairfield (Sept. 2) ... Also found the back of the net with just 52 seconds elapsed vs. Utah (Sept. 6), shattering the school record by 41 seconds for quickest goal to start a match.
High School: A four-year varsity letterwinner at Dublin High under coaches Ron Krumbach and Heather Decker ... Served as team captain during her senior season when she captured the Gaels' most valuable player award and earned first-team all-Diablo Foothill Athletic League honors ... Also received second-team all-DFAL accolades as a sophomore and freshman ... Scored 16 goals during her freshman campaign and was voted the squad's most valuable offensive player ... Garnered scholar-athlete recognition.
Club: Played for the Mustang Blast club team that won the USYSA U15 national championship in 2004 and reached the U17 national finals in 2006 ... The Blast also won the U14 Super Y League championship in 2003.