WWU remains at No. 7 in this week’s NSCAA Division II Coaches Poll
COLLEGE: Enters the season with 61 games played, 13 goals (4 game winners) and 12 assists ... Appeared in 17 games with 6 goals (2 game winners) and 1 assist as the Viking's third striker ... Voted to GNAC All-Conference team (honorable mention) ... GNAC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept 21-27) ... Named to GNAC All-Academic team (3.77, Biology/Anthropology) as a junior in 2015 ... Second-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star and GNAC Academic all-star as sophomore in 2014 ... Competed in all 21 games, making 20 starts ... Had five goals, one a game winner in 2-1 win over Central Washington on 11/6/14, and four assists for 14 points ... Played in all 23 games, making 20 starts, as freshman in 2013 ... Had two goals, one a game winner, and seven assists for 11 points ... Scored game-winning goal in 2-1 victory vs. Seattle Pacific on 10/3/13 ... Two letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Class 2A all-State, first-team Seattle Times Star Times All-Area and Seamount League Player of the Year as senior at Lindbergh High School ... Had 32 goals, 13 assists and 77 points for Eagles, helping them to first round of state playoffs for first time since 2010 and tie for league title ... Scored career-high six goals versus Renton and four against Hazen ... Team captain and team MVP ... Missed junior season with hamstring and quad injuries ... Helped teams to state playoff appearances as freshman and sophomore ... First-team all-league as freshman and team captain as sophomore ... Three-year letter winner ... Also earned one letter in track, qualifying for state meet in 400 and 4x100 relay ... Also has competed on Elite Club National League Crossfire team since 2008 ... Played on squads that won U.S. club regional and national championships in 2009 and state cup in 2011.
PERSONAL: Major is French with a minor in Anthropology ... student in the Honors Program at WWU ... two-time GNAC All-Academic selction (2014, 2015) ... Four-time academic all-league honoree as prep.