2018-19 (Junior): Saw action in all nine of the team’s events on the year, pacing the team in scoring twice … Posted a seasonal scoring average of 81.44 over 25 seasonal rounds, finishing the year third on the team in stroke average … Matched her career-best 54-hole score of 236 at the Kiawah Island Spring Classic … Posted a career-best individual finish at the Mimosa Hills Intercollegiate, finishing tied for 25th overall … Finished 31st to lead the Catamounts at the 2019 Southern Conference Women’s Golf Championship.
2017-18 (Sophomore): Played in six of the team's nine events - five times as a member of the scoring five and once as an individual competitor ... Finished with a seasonal scoring average of 84.63... Carded a season-low round (76) in round two of the home Bill Berg Invitational in Hayesville, N.C. ... Tallied her two-best career finishes in consecutive weeks to conclude the 2018 spring, finishing tied for 43rd at the MSU Citrus Challenge before posting a career-best 40th-place finish at the 2018 SoCon Women's Golf Championship.
2016-17 (Freshman): Competed in five of the team’s 10 tournaments including once unattached as an individual … Posted a scoring average of 85.83, battling through a knee injury … Made her collegiate debut at the Terrier Intercollegiate, finishing 61st overall … Carded a career-low round of 75 at the UNF Collegiate.
Prior to Western Carolina: Was a three-time South Mountain Athletic Conference (SMAC) Player of the Year and all-conference selection ... Qualified for the North Carolina 3A state tournament through play in the Western Regional three times ... Finished her senior season with an 18-hole stroke average of 83.40, and was twice honored by MaxPreps with its Player of the Match award ... As a freshman, claimed individual medalist honors at the second of two Big South 3A Conference golf matches, leading her to a third-place seasonal finish in the standings that led all Cleveland County girls' golfers ... Also competed in three events on the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour during the summer of 2015 and 2016.