Notes: Enters the 2005 season ranked 15th on the WCU all-time points list with 11 ... Is on pace to finish her four-year career ranked in the top ten in games played and currently stands 17th overall in career games started ... Only needs four goals to reach the career goal top ten list.
2004: Finished the season with a career-best three goals scored on a career-high 27 shots ... Scored Western's lone goal in a loss at Georgia State (9/12/04) ... Tallied scores in back-to-back games, netting points versus conference foes The Citadel (10/29/04) and Georgia Southern (10/31/04) ... the assists on all three of her goals came from her classmates (Megan Chambers, Natasha Moore, and Natalie Turgeon) ... Joined nine of her teammates by being named to SoCon TIAA-CREF Fall Academic All-Conference Team.
2003: Named to the TIAA/CREF Academic All-Conference team for fall sports ... Played a significant role for the Cats during her sophomore campaign, scoring two goals from her midfielder/defender position ... Notched an assist versus East Tennessee State (10/9/03) ... Got the start at Georgia Southern (10/26/03), a match in which she scored the game-winning and only goal for the Catamounts less than three minutes into the second half ... Scored one of five WCU goals in the next contest at The Citadel (10/31/03). 2002: Played in 16 matches for the Catamounts, starting in four ... Her versatility allowed her to split time between defender and midfielder ... Came in at the end of the season as a starter in the central midfield.
High School: Picked as the team captain her senior year ... Named to the Georgia All-Star Team and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution team ... An All-State and all-county selection ... Also an honorable mention Atlanta Journal-Constitution selection both her sophomore and junior seasons ... High School teammate of former Catamount, and 2004 graduate, Brittany Bennefield.
Club: Was the team captain for the Metro North Navy team her junior and senior years with fellow Catamount, Megan Chambers ... Team finished as the state runners-up her junior year and Orange Classic Champions her senior year.