College / High School: Plays at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. … Named a team captain … Redshirted her junior season to play in the World Cup … As a sophomore in 2015, she was named a NSCAA Second-Team All-American … Earned NSCAA First-Team All-Great Lakes Region honors … Played every minute of all 26 matches for the Scarlett Knights, making 80 saves, while going 19-4-3 with a 0.37 goals against average … Ended the season with the Rutgers record in shutouts (19) and had second best season in goals-against average (0.37) … Was named Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year and First Team All-Big Ten … Earned her 19th shutout of the year at No. 1 Virginia in the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals, stopping a pair of penalty shootout attempts and converting one herself to quality RU for the College Cup … Made seven saves against No. 18 UConn in the third round of the NCAA Tournament for her 18th shutout of the season … Passed Erin Guthrie (2006) for the most clean sheets in a single season by a Rutgers keeper with her 15th shutout of the year vs. Ohio State … Also shutout No. 9 Penn State in a 1-0 win, making three saves … Recorded eight consecutive clean sheets to open the season, helping RU to a program record 770:16 minutes of shutout soccer through the team’s first nine matches … As a freshman in 2014, she started all 20 games she played in and had a 0.64 goals against average going 13-6-1 with 10 shutouts … Named to the All-Big 10 Freshman Team … Attended Bridgewater-Raritan High School helping the Panthers to the NJSIAA Group IV state title in 2013 … Faced 143 shots and made 131 saved during her senior year … Allowed just 12 goals and posted 16 shutouts ... Won Bridgewater-Raritan HS team MVP award in her senior season ... In 2013, she was named a First-Team selection and Player of the Year by the Courier News and First Team All-State and Somerset County Player of the Year by the Star-Ledger ... Also named Second Team All-State by the Star-Ledger in 2011 and 2012.
Club: Started playing soccer at age five and played until she was seven with the Bridgewater Minnows … Played U-18 through U-13 with The Beat in the Bridgewater Soccer Association and played from U-14 through U-18 with the PDA Slammers … Helped PDA win the 2013 U-17 ECNL National Championship and the 2014 U-18 ECNL National Championship … In 2012, she was a ECNL/Nike The Chance Finalist, traveling to Manchester, England to train and play against three women’s professional teams … In 2001, she helped PDA to the U-15 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship.