Graduating Class: CGS'07, CAS'09
Hometown: Cornwall, Vermont
Why She's a Winner: Broke school scoring record with 284 points; tapped as the America East Player of the Year in 2008 and again in 2009 and selected to the All-Conference First Team and All-American First Team; nominated for the Tewaaraton Trophy, the top honor in collegiate lacrosse, in 2008 and 2009.
Defining Moment: "My high school team won two state championships, and that success inspired me to play at the Division I level."
Biggest Challenge: "Going from playing three sports a year in high school to playing one in college. College was harder, though, because the competition is higher and you're going up against girls who are a lot stronger and faster. There's a moment where you ask yourself, can I do this? And can I be happy doing it?"
Mistake She Can Laugh About Now: "When we played UNH on April 1 this year, we were trailing 4-0. We rallied in the second half and won the game, and I told our coaches that the first half was an April Fools' joke. They were not amused."
Future Endeavor: "Get involved in college-level lacrosse coaching for a few years and then teach math and coach at the high school level."