At Princeton — 2014: capped a brilliant senior season by earning first-team All-Ivy League honors … ranked sixth in the Ivy League in hitting percentage (.321); she needed three more blocks to qualify for the league blocking ranks, where she would have been in the Top 5 (.97) … averaged 2.62 kills per set and helped Princeton place third in the Ivy League … recorded 15 matches with double-digit kills, including one streak of 13 in a 15-match span … recorded 16 kills in 3-2 comeback win over Brown; her final two kills came at 19-19 and 20-19 of the fifth set … averaged more than 3.4 points per set; recorded 23.5 against Harvard … had 20 service aces, including one on match ball in win at Delaware … had seven blocks in Ivy wins over Brown and Penn. 2013: led Princeton in blocks (.91); ranked second in hitting percentage (.328) and third in kills (2.07) on the team … hitting percentage ranked third in the Ivy League … recorded 15 kills and hit .444 in 3-2 road win at Dartmouth … had 15 kills in Ivy-opening 3-2 win at Penn … matched a career-high with 10 blocks against Cornell; followed that with an eight-block effort in a road win at Columbia … had 20 service aces, including four against Bryant and three against Yale … started 20 matches, though missed four before the Ivy season with an injury. 2012: led Princeton in blocks (1.1/set) and ranked third in kills (2.1) as starting middle … ranked fifth in the Ivy League in blocks … averaged 2.8 points per set … had back-to-back 12-point Ivy matches in wins over Dartmouth and Columbia; Princeton went 7-2 in the nine league matches she played … had 10 blocks apiece in two matches against Siena … recorded five matches with double-digit kills, including 15 against Siena … played 18 of 24 matches, including nine Ivy matches, though dealt with injuries. 2011: earned starting spot in the middle after early-season injury and recorded 91 kills and 55 blocks in 54 sets … ranked fourth in the Ivy League and first among all league freshmen with 1.02 blocks per set … named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after recording 23 kills and 13 blocks in weekend sweep of Harvard and Dartmouth … had season-high 15 kills and nine blocks in season finale over Columbia … recorded at least six kills in seven of Princeton's final eight matches … averaged seven blocks per match during final weekend of the season.
Before Princeton — led Ramapo to New Jersey state championship with a 27-4 record ... named North Jersey Player of the Year as a senior ... all-state honoree ... two-time recipient of first-team all-county and first-team all-league honors ... received High Honorable Mention All-America distinction by Prep Volleyball ... Bergen Record Athlete of the Week ... competed in USA Volleyball HP Developmental Camps and Holiday Invitational Camp ... recorded more than 1,000 high school kills and averaged more than seven kills per set as a senior ... helped Digs Club Team qualify for nationals; team was first GEVA club ever to qualify from regionals ... Ramapo team captain ... National Honor Society and World Language Honor Society member ... Excellence in Social Studies, Spanish and English honors ... four-year member on the High Honor Roll.
Personal — born July 21, 1993 ... daughter of Steve '84 and Kirsten Kincade ... father is an investment advisor; mother works for a non-profit industry ... father was three-year letterwinner on the Princeton men's basketball team ... mother was an NCAA All-America runner and a seven-time Hawaii Ironman World Championship finisher; she is also a Team USA member and Triathlon All American (2000-2010) ... does philanthropic work with The Matthew Larson Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation ... enjoys tennis, swimming and cooking ... plans to study psychology at Princeton.
|Hometown:||Franklin Lakes, N.J.|