2004: Named ACC Player of the Week Sept. 6... Named ACC Player of the Week Sept. 20... Named ACC Player of the Week Sept. 27... Named ACC Player of the Week Oct. 25... Became the only Deacon female, from any sport to be named ACC POW six times in her career, and one of only three Deacons (males included) to accomplish that... Led the ACC in points scored (79, a Wake Forest record)... Led the ACC in goals scored (30, a Wake Forest record)... Led the ACC in shots (173) and shots per game (7.52, both were Wake Forest records)... Second to teammate Maeke Boreel in assists (19) and assists per game (0.83)... Led the nation in points scored (79)... Tallied at least one point in every game of 2004... Finished her Deacon career as the all-time leader in points (204) and goals (84)... Selected as the ACC Offensive Player of the Year... Named All-ACC... Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team... Named a NFHCA Division I North/South Senior All-Star... Named to the NFHCA first team All-South Region... Named a first team NFHCA All-American... Named a first team All-American by WomensFieldHockey.com... Named the NHFCA National Field Hockey Player of the Year and Honda Award Recipient... Named the National Field Hockey Player of the Year by WomensFieldHockey.com... Chosen as Sports Illustrated on Campus' Fall Female Athlete of the Year and was featured on the cover of the Nov. 18, 2004 issue... Selected as a member of the US-National Team.
2003:Named All-ACC for the second straight year... Named to the ACC All-Tournament Team for the second year in a row... Named a NFHCA 1st Team National All-American... A NFHCA 1st Team All-South Region member for the second year in a row... broke the Deacon single season record in points (63)... Lead the ACC and broke the Deacon single season record in goals (29)... Lead the ACC and the nation in goals per game (1.261)... Lead the ACC in points per game (2.739).
2002: Named All-ACC ... was the ACC Tournament MVP ... named first team All-South Region ... was second team All-American ... selected to the NCAA All-Tournament team ... was twice named ACC Player of the Week ... led the ACC in points (41) and tied for the lead in goals (16) ... tied for 12th in the nation in points per game (2.00) and was 13th in goals per game (.789) ... was the team's leading scorer ... eight of her 16 goals were game-winners.
2001: Started and played in 18 games during her rookie season ... was fifth on the team in points with 21 and in goals with nine ... recorded three multiple goal games.
High School: Became the youngest member of the US National Team ... also earned spots on the Under-21 and Under-18 teams ... scored 28 goals and added 14 assists during her senior campaign in helping Smith Academy to a 22-0 record and a Massachusetts state championship ... a four-time All-Western Massachusetts selection ... named a first team All-American last season ... 2nd team All-American in her junior season.