Honors: 2016 Mountain West all-academic team... 2015 all-Mountain West second team... 2015 Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 26)... 2014 Mountain West all-academic selection... 2014 Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 1).
2016 Season: Played in 20 games with 17 starting nods ... Scored four goals for eight points ... Tied for first on the team with three game-winning goals ... Scored the game-winning goal vs. San Jose State in the semifinals of the Mountain West tournament ... Netted the game-winner at Nevada .... Second on the team with four goals ... Scored the game-winning goal vs. Weber State ... Took 29 shots with 12 on goal, both of which were the fourth-most on the squad ... Finished third on the team with eight points ... Took four shots at Cornell and vs. New Mexico.
2015 Season: Started all 20 games... Finished with eight goals and 16 points... The eight goals were the second-most on the team, while the 16 points ranked third... Attempted the third-most shots (36) and had the second-most on target (23)... Her shot-on-goal percentage of .639 was the best on the team (min. 30 att.)... Shared the team lead with five game-winners (Leah Pruitt)... Scored one goal in consecutive games to open the season (vs. Utah Valley, at No. 16 Kentucky)... Matched her career high with two goals scored at Wyoming and at Colorado College.
2014 Season: Played in 21 games for the Aztecs as a freshman... Started once, at Nevada... Finished with four goals, one assist and nine points... Scored the lone two goals of the game against UC Davis, giving the Aztecs a 2-0 victory in their second game of the season...Took 32 total shots on the season with 16 coming on net... Used her speed on a number of occasions to draw penalties, which led to SDSU penalty kicks.
High School/Club: Graduated from Roosevelt High School... Played her club soccer with the Legends FC, which won the 2012 USYS national championship and was the 2013 USYS Region 4 champion... Was also a state finalist in track and a scholar-athlete while at Roosevelt.