|High School:||Ravenwood H.S.|
2015: Started the Paladins' first four matches before suffering a season-ending knee injury at Auburn... Posted a 1-2-0 record and 1.46 GAA... Received an extra year of eligibility.
2014: Captured second team All-Southern Conference honors after posting an 11-4-2 record, 1.19 goals against average and four solo shutouts as a junior... Compiled a 0.71 GAA in SoCon play, including shutouts of league frontrunners Samford and Mercer... A member of the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
2013: Earned All-Southern Conference honors and SoCon All-Tournament honors while starting 21 matches as a sophomore... Ranked 19th nationally with a 0.646 goals against average and notched seven solo shutouts... Allowed just two goals and fashioned a 0.25 GAA while going undefeated in nine SoCon matches... Surrendered just one goal in three SoCon Tournament matches en route to leading Furman to a SoCon title... A member of the SoCon Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Started all 22 matches in goal as a freshman and paced the SoCon with a 0.62 goals against average while notching eight shutouts... Earned first team All-SoCon and SoCon All-Freshman honors... Recorded season-high seven saves in draws with UNCG and Samford... Helped Furman hold opponents to a school record of just 16 goals, including registering a 1-0 shutout of Clemson... Starting goalkeeper for the Carolina Elite Cobras of USL’s W-League... Posted a 1.00 GAA during the regular season while helping the Cobras to a playoff bid... A member of the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
High School/Club: Played goalkeeper for coach Ken White at Ravenwood High School... A three-time all-district selection... Was named first team all-state as a junior and second team all-state as a senior... Posted 56 career wins and a 0.825 goals against average while helping Ravenwood to a state semifinal appearance as a junior and quarterfinal berth as a senior... Helped her club team to four state titles, a southern regional final and two premier league titles.