|College:||Virginia Wesleyan College '02|
- 2002 graduate of Virginia Wesleyan College with a bachelor's degree in Communications, with a focus in broadcasting
- Former head women's lacrosse coach at Delaware's Wesley College and Division II's Holy Family University in Pennsylvania
- Standout lacrosse player at VWC, earning All-America honors in 2000 and 2002
- Three-time All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference first team honoree
- Two-time All-South Atlantic region first team honoree
- 2002 Virginia College Division Player of the Year
- First VWC woman's lacrosse player to compete in the prestigious North-South All-Star game
- Led the nation in scoring in 2002, across all three NCAA Divisions (I, II and III)
- Featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" in 2002
- One of the most prolific scorers in VWC women's lacrosse history, ranked No. 4 in career goals (202), No. 1 in career assists (176) and No. 1 in career points (378)
- Owns three of the Marlins' top four single-season totals in assists, including the record of 59 set in 2002. She is also VWC's single-season record holder in points with 129.
- Also competed in basketball for three years
- Began her coaching career in 2002 as the head girls coach at Bedford High School in Bedford, England
- Former head lacrosse coach at Ridley High School in Folsom, Pa.
- Former general manager of the HEADstrong Girls Lacrosse Club (15-U) in Holmes, Pa.