Appeared in each of the first 15 games before suffering a season-ending injury...Averaged 4.1 points and 2.4 rebounds per game...Shot 38.6 percent overall and 37.5 percent from three-point range...Collected 10 steals...Tallied season-highs of 16 points and seven rebounds on 6-of-11 shooting in a win over NJIT (11/30)...Had 13 points and five rebounds with a trio of three-pointers at Villanova (12/5)...Scored seven points against Rider (12/8)...Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2015-16 AT LEHIGH
Stepped into a starting role late in the season with great success, making five starts and bringing high energy to the court...scored a career-best 18 points behind a 7-for-10 showing from the field and 4-for-5 clip from three-point range at Colgate (3/2)...tallied eight points against Colgate (2/24)...made her first career start at Lafayette (2/20)...tallied five points against Lafayette (1/27)...scored four points against Kutztown (11/15) and Saint Joseph's (12/2)...played a career-high 14 minutes against Saint Peter's (11/25)...named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2014-15 AT LEHIGH
Saw action in 13 games...pulled down her first career rebound against Boston University (1/3)...scored her first career points against East Stroudsburg (11/17)...named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
All-time leading scorer (1,831) at Marquette High School, holds the record for most career steals (391) and also set a single-game scoring record of 50 points in her senior season... four-year All-State honoree and was selected to first team All-State following her senior season... averaged 17.2 points per game throughout her career, including an impressive 26.5 points per game during her senior campaign... earned Suburban West All-Conference Player of the Year honors and was a three-year captain of her high school squad, in addition to playing for the St. Louis Team Adidas AAU team... tallied a 3.9 GPA and was a member of National Honor Society and Model United Nations.
|Points||18 -||at Colgate (3/2/16)|
|Minutes||28 -||at Colgate (3/2/16)|
|Field Goals Made||7 -||at Colgate (3/2/16)|
|Field Goals Attempted||11 -||vs. NJIT (11/30/16)|
|3-Pt Field Goals Made||4 -||at Colgate (3/2/16)|
|3-Pt Field Goals Attempted||5 -||2x, Last at Villanova (12/5/16)|
|Free Throws Made||2 -||5x, Last vs. Boston University (1/2/17)|
|Free Throws Attempted||3 -||at NJIT (11/30/16)|
|Rebounds||7 -||at NJIT (11/30/16)|
|Assists||4 -||at Lafayette (2/20/16)|
|Blocks||2 -||vs. NJIT (11/30/16)|
|Steals||3 -||3x, Last vs. NJIT (11/30/16)|
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