THESE ARE HIGHLIGHTS of tournaments and games throughout my career. 

 

2014:

  • First ever test matches at spooky Nook Sports (Pennsylvania)

    • Reached 150 caps vs. Canada with a 4-0 Win

 

2013:

  • Pan American Cup (2nd, Mendoza, Argentina)

  • World League 3 (5th, London, England)

  • World League 2 (1st, Rio, Brazil)

 

2012:

  • U.S. Olympic Team (12th, London, England)

  • Champions Challenge I (2nd, Dublin, Ireland)

    • Named Champions Challenge I Player of the Tournament

 

2011:

  • Pan American Team (1st, Guadalajara, Mexico)

    • Named to the Pan American Elite Team

  • Champions Challenge I (2nd, Dublin, Ireland)

  • Honda Sports Award Winner for NCAA

 

2010:

  • USA National Team Athlete of the Year

  • Sportswoman of the Year on Oct. 12, by Women's Sports Foundation, an award previously won by Mia Hamm and Venus and Serena Williams

  • AtaHolding World Cup Qualifier Team (2nd, Chula Vista, CA)

  • Recognized as the most decorated player in Maryland field hockey history

  • Honda Sports Award Winner

  • ACC Female Athlete of the Year

  • Named National Player of the Year and Offensive MVP by womensfieldhockey.com

  • Four-time ACC Offensive Player of the Year... only the third athlete to win all four years in any sport

  • Four-time First Team All-American

  • ACC's career points and assist record holder

  • Named ACC Tournament MVP

  • Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team

 

2009:

  • Junior World Cup Team (Boston, Massachusetts)

  • Named National Player of the Year and Offensive MVP by womensfieldhockey.com

  • Named First Team All-American by the NFHCA and womensfieldhockey.com

  • ACC Offensive Player of the Year

  • Honda Sports Award winner

  • All-Mid-Atlantic Region Player of the Year

  • Named ACC Tournament MVP

  • Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team

 

2008:

  • Ranked second in the nation in points (3.09) and assists (1.18) per game and eighth in the nation in goals per game (0.95) for the Terps

  • Named ACC Offensive Player of the Year

  • First-team NFHCA All-American

  • NFHCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region

  • Named womensfieldhockey.com Offensive Player of the Year and First-team All-American

  • Named to the ECAC All-Star Team

 

2007:

  • First-team All-American by the NFHCA and womensfieldhockey.com

  • Honda Award finalist

  • ACC Offensive Player of the Year

  • Led the nation in points per game (2.52) and ranked fourth in goals (0.86) and assists (0.81) per game for the Terps

  • Was also the ACC's leader in total goals and points

  • NFHCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region Selection

 

2005:

  • Named to the Women's National Team (Youngest player ever to be named to the National team)

    • Earned first international cap vs New Zealand (5/14)

  • Junior World Cup Team (7th, Santiago, Chile)

  • Pan American Junior Championships (2nd, San Juan, Puerto Rico)

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