|Hometown:||Tinton Falls, N.J.|
|High School:||Red Bank Catholic|
2016-17: Became only the ninth four-time all-conference honoree in the history of the Southern Conference...is the only player in league history to finish among the top three individual four times at the SoCon Championship, which dates back to 1994...concluded her career with a 73.34 stroke average over 125 rounds, the lowest career stroke average in the history of the Paladin program...ranked 39th nationally...ranked second on the Paladin team with a 73.0 stroke average over 32 rounds.....finished among the top 10 individuals in five tournaments, including a third-place finish at the league championships, and placed among the top 20 in eight of 11 tournaments...tied for 25th at the NCAA Lubbock Regional and tied for 24th at the NCAA Championships...earned Golfweek All-America Honorable Mention Accolades.
2015-16: Placed 20th among individuals with a 76-72-69-72=289 at the NCAA Championships...garnered All-SoCon accolades for the third straight year after tying for third, a season high, at the SoCon Championships...placed 24th at the NCAA Bryan Regional...the highest ranking player in the Southern Conference...tied for the lead on the Paladin team with a 73.3 stroke average over 33 rounds, the third-best stroke average in the history of the Paladin program...finished among the top 10 individuals in four tournaments and among the top 20 in seven of 11 tournaments...tied her career low with a 68 in the second round of the Lady Paladin Invitational.
2014-15: Earned WGCA and Golfweek All-America Honorable Mention Accolades... Chosen the 2014-15 Edna Hartness Furman Female Athlete of the Year... Named Southern Conference Player of the Year... Earned a spot on the All-Southern Conference Team... Tied for fifth at the NCAA East Regional to earn a spot in field at the NCAA Championships, becoming the first Paladin to compete at nationals since the Furman team qualified in 2008... Led Furman and the SoCon with a 72.5 stroke average over 33 rounds, the best single season stroke average ever for a Paladin women's golfer, and won individual medalist honors at both the Lady Paladin Invitational and the SoCon Championships... Boasted the best 54-hole scores in the history of both tournaments... Helped the Paladins to a 32nd-place national ranking and the 2015 league championship and NCAA regionals appearance, Furman's first since 2009... Finished among the top 10 individuals in nine of 11 tournaments during the 2014-15 season and among the top 16 in ten of 11 tournaments.
2013-14: Chosen Southern Conference Freshman of the Year after placing second with a 76-74-76=226 at the league championship tournament… Named to the All-Southern Conference Team and the SoCon All-Freshman Team… Garnered Team MVP honors after leading the Paladins with a 74.9 stroke average over 26 rounds… Appeared in all nine of Furman’s tournaments as a freshman… Sunk her first career hole in one on No. 5 in the second round of the SoCon Championship at the Moss Creek Golf Club in Hilton Head, S.C…. Fired a career-best 69, the lowest score for the Paladins in any round during the season, in the final round of the Ole Miss Rebel Intercollegiate to tie for 14th place… Placed sixth with a 71-72-72=215 at the Lady Paladin Invitational… Recorded four top-20 finishes and two top-10 finishes as a rookie.
High School/Junior Golf: Honored as the 2012 New Jersey Girls Player of the Year...claimed the state title at the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions and Monmouth County championship while guiding her team to a Shore Conference title and second place finish in the state tournament as a junior...qualified for U.S. Junior Girls Championship following her junior season, losing to the eventual champion in the prestigious tournament...took individual medalist honors in the Lessings AJGA Tournament...won her second of three straight county titles, a Shore Conference championship and New Jersey Sectional championship while placing second in the state as a sophomore...qualified for the U.S. Women’s Amateur following her sophomore year...placed second at the Trusted I Championship...a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Catholic Athletes for Christ.