At Princeton – 2010-11: won her first Ivy League individual championship when she won the 2011 3-meter competition with 278.25 points and helped Princeton to third Ivy League title during her four years … also qualified for 1-meter final and earned Career High Point Diver honors at the championship meet … swept both the 1- and 3-meter competitions during Princeton's sweep of the H-Y-P meet; they were her first two individual collegiate wins. 2009-10: was Princeton's top diver at the 2010 Ivy League championship meet and helped Princeton to ninth league title in 11 years … reached championship finals in both diving competitions and placed in top five in both … finished third in the 3-meter competition and fifth in the 1-meter competition … finished third in both events during the HYP meet. 2008-09: earned Top-10 finishes in both the one- and three-meter competitions … placed a personal-best fourth in the three-meter championship final and was the highest non-senior finisher in the event with 278.20 points … placed tenth in the three-meter competition with 249.0 points; score would have been fifth-best in the championship final … placed third in the three-meter competition at the HYP meet. 2007-08: reached the championship final in the 3-meter competition at the 2008 Ivy League Championship meet; placed sixth with 252.50 points.
Before Princeton – lettered four years in diving and two years in field hockey at MICDS ... named team’s most valuable diver in 2005 and Diver of the Year in 2006 ... placed top-10 in Missouri state championship all four years, including a runner-up finish as a senior and a fourth-place finish as a sophomore ... scored 14 varsity goals in field hockey in two seasons ... led team to state runner-up finish in field hockey as a senior ... earned Academic All-America honors.Personal – born June 14, 1989 ... daughter of Stephen and Stephanie Littlefield ... father is a financial advisor, mother is a horticulturalist ... has two older sisters, Maggie ’05 and Kathryn ... Maggie was a diver for Princeton during its Princeton-record 47-meet win streak.