2020: Appeared in eight games (two starts) across all competitions...Played in three games during the NWSL Fall Series, making one start...Started and played 90 minutes against Utah on Oct. 3...Played 37 minutes in a substitute role against OL Reign on Sept. 30...Logged 45 minutes as a substitute against Utah on Sept. 20 in the Fall Series...Appeared in five games at the Challenge Cup, making one start...Earned her first start of the tournament, playing all 90 minutes against Chicago on July 1...Appeared as a late-game substitute in the NWSL Challenge Cup opener against North Carolina on June 27.
2019: Made her third appearance, her first at Providence Park, logging 13 minutes on June 21 against Utah...Earned her first professional start in her second appearance on the road against North Carolina on June 15...Made her professional debut, logging 16 minutes as a substitute against Sky Blue FC on May 25.
2019: Named to the U.S. U-23 Women's National Team roster for the Nordic Tournament.
College (Rutgers and Central Michigan)
2018: Started all 19 matches for Rutgers...Named Third Team All-Big Ten...Selected as a candidate for Senior CLASS Award...Started 19 matches, tallying two assists.
2017: Appeared in 19 games (17 starts) at Central Michigan...Tallied one goal and four assists...Earned first team All-MAC honors...Named Academic All-MAC...Named Team MVP...Voted co-captain.
2016: Earned second team All-MAC honors...Named Team MVP...Academic All-MAC...Started all 21 games...Tied with four others for third on the team with three assists...Tallied an assist in wins over Duquesne (8/19), Kansas State (8/28) and Michigan State (9/4)...Ky member of a back line that registered nine shutouts, including five versus MAC opponents, and an overall team goals against average of 0.85.
2015: Named to All-MAC Freshman Team...Appeared in 18 games, making 14 starts...Led the team with three assists...Scored two goals.