At Princeton — 2015: earned unanimous first-team All-Ivy League honors after leading Princeton to a historic Ivy League championship; Tigers became the first team in league history to start a season 0-3 and come back to win an Ivy title … ranked third in the Ivy League with 3.46 kills per set; her career total of 1,255 kills is ninth-most in Princeton history … earned second-team All-ECAC honors … two-time Ivy League Player of the Week … recorded double-digit kills in 17 matches, including season-high 22 kills in victory over Penn … recorded 12 kills and 14 digs in championship-clinching win at Columbia … recorded 109 digs, 61 kills and eight aces during the season … team co-captain. 2014: earned unanimous first-team All-Ivy League honors and AVCA all-region honorable mention … led the Ivy League in both kills (4.55) and points (5.21) per set; both totals ranked in the Top 15 nationally, including a 12th-best mark in points … five-time Player of the Week honoree … ended season with 423 kills, eighth-most in program history … recorded 30 kills in win over Penn and had nine matches with at least 20 kills … ranked second on the team and eighth in the Ivy League with 3.68 digs per set … recorded five 20-20 matches during the season … had double-digit kills in 20 of 23 matches and double-digit digs in 19 matches … recorded 28 service aces, including five in home win over Penn … averaged .7 blocks per set, including eight in win at Penn and six in win at Delaware. 2013: ranked second in the Ivy League in points (3.87) and third in kills (3.33) … recorded double-digit kills in 17 of her 23 matches, including season-best 21 in 3-2 win over Penn; named Ivy League Player of the Week after victory over Penn … had 11 matches with double-digit digs, including career-high 19 at Brown … recorded 35 blocks and 28 service aces during the season … hit .579 with 12 kills in victory over Cornell … moved from rightside to outside, though versatility allowed her to move around throughout the season. 2012: earned first-team All-Ivy League honors; was one of two freshmen in the Ivy League to be named to the first team … ranked second in the Ivy League in points per set (3.7) and third in kills per set (3.2) … named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after leading Princeton to home sweep of Harvard and Dartmouth; averaged 11 kills and 6.5 digs per match … had 14 matches with double-digit kills, including season-best 27 kills in 3-2 road win at Harvard; hit .404 that match and added nine digs … had season-high six blocks and added 14 kills in home win over Cornell … had seven matches with double-digit digs, including season-high 18 against Siena.
Before Princeton — earned 2011 All-America Highest Honorable Mention by PrepVolleyball.com ... earned all-state and academic all-state honors ... ranked 25th nationally among MBs in kills and 32ndin hitting ... led La Jolla Country Day to 2009 and 2010 CIF Division IV state championships ... led team to three regional and league championships ... won SCVA Southern California U-16 and U-17 championships ... placed in several USAC championship tournaments ... named captain and MVP for La Jolla Country Day ... 2011 Coastal League Player of the Year ... two-time first-team all-league ... two-time CIF All-San Diego Section honoree ... selected for the 2011 San Diego High School Sports Association All-Star Team ... competed on the SCVA High Performance Global Challenge Team; team played in Croatia, Italy and Montenegro) ... Academic All-America ... two-time San Diego Union-Tribune Academic Team honoree ... played club soccer four years.
Personal — born Feb. 5, 1994 ... daughter of Chris and Joanna ... father is a financial analyst; mother is a physician ... has a younger sister Devon ... enjoys rock climbing, playing the piano and cake decorating ... interested in working with animal welfare ... may study pre-med at Princeton.
|Position:||Right Side Hitter|
|Hometown:||San Diego, Calif.|
|High School:||La Jolla Country Day School|