|Hometown:||Short Hills, N.J.|
- First-team All-Centennial Conference in singles (2018)
- Second-team All-Centennial Conference in doubles (2018)
- Centennial Conference Player of the Week (3/12/18)
- Two-time Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team (2017, 18)
- Two-time Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll (2017, 18)
- Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area (2018)
- Two-time ITA Scholar-Athlete (2017, 18)
2017-18: First-team All-Centennial Conference in singles … Second-team All-Centennial Conference in doubles … Centennial Conference Player of the Week (3/12) … Philadelphia Inqurier Academic All-Area ... Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll … Selected to the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Posted team-best 13-3 record in singles (8-0 CC) … Went 10-8 in doubles (6-4 CC), playing primarily at No. 1 with Emily Shutman … Played primarily at No. 2 singles where she was a perfect 10-0 in that spot, finishing her season with 13 straight victories … Dropped just one set during her 13-match winning streak, ultimately capturing a 10-point tiebreak win against Johns Hopkins (4/14) … Won matches at No. 1 singles against Bryn Mawr (4/17) and Dickinson (4/21); and was also leading against Muhlenberg (3/27) before the team score reached decision … Moved up to No. 13 in Atlantic South Region doubles rankings following a three-match winning streak against Mount Holyoke (3/15), McDaniel (3/24), and Muhlenberg (3/27) … Had won four straight doubles matches, including a Centennial Conference semifinal victory against Swarthmore (5/5), before the Centennial Conference Championship match at Johns Hopkins (5/6).
2016-17: Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll ... Selected to the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Registered a 9-3 record (6-1 CC) in singles during the spring season, playing exclusively at the No. 4 position … Also went 12-3 (7-2 CC) in doubles, playing primarily at No. 2 with Emily Shutman … Picked in wins in both singles and doubles during eight different matches ... Recorded eight of her nine singles victories in straight sets or retirement, including her first career singles win at Haverford against Methodist (3/7) … Won four straight matches spanning the Muhlenberg (3/29) through Ursinus (4/12) victories … Closed the year on a three-match winning streak in singles … Went 3-0 at No. 3 doubles with Rory Lewis as a partner … Won seven straight doubles matches overall to start the spring, spanning the Alvernia (3/5) through Washington College (4/4) duals.
2015-16: Played at Hamilton College.