Career Ranks Three-Point Field Goals: 7th (121)
2014-15: Marked 13 points in a 72-70 win against UMass (11/16) ... scored a season high of 18 points with a career high in field goals made (6) against Memphis (12/6) ... marked a season high of two steals against Minnesota (12/21) ... tied her career high in minutes with 40, including 11 points against Dayton (12/31) ... added six assists (tied career high) with 14 points in a conference win over Kent State (1/3) ... went 50-percent beyond the arc (4-for-8) with 12 points in a 60-54 win over Miami (1/14) ... led the Chippewas with 20 points, going six-for-nine behind the arc in a 74-72 loss to Akron (1/24) ... recorded 17 points of which were five three-pointers in a 65-63 win over Kent State (1/28) ... added 11 points in a 69-64 loss to Western Michigan (2/7) ... tied her career high with 21 points from all behind the arc against Eastern Michigan (2/14) ... recorded her first season double-double, scoring 13 points and pulling down 11 boards in a 63-51 win over Western Michigan (2/21).
2013-14: [Game-by-Game] Started all 32 games in her junior campaign ... ranked second in the MAC in three-point field goal percentage and ninth in three-point field goals per game ... 42.2 percent shooting from beyond the arc was the third best mark in CMU history ... made 62 three-point field goals, good for ninth in CMU history ... scored in double figures 11 times ... made a career-high six three-point field goals versus Xavier (11/30) and at Western Michigan (1/25) ... matched a CMU single-game record for three-point percentage by going 4-for-4 from beyond the arc versus Toledo (1/4) ... dished out a career-high six assists at Notre Dame (12/22) and at Eastern Michigan (3/8) ... posted first career double-double with 10 points and a career-high 14 rebounds at Massachusetts (11/10) ... scored a career-high 20 points at Western Michigan (1/25) ... scored 12 points and pulled down six rebounds in a career-high 40 minutes at Northern Illinois (2/22).
2012-13: [Game-by-Game] Saw action in 30 games, starting 10 ... ranked third in the MAC in three-point field goal percentage (.417) ... scored a season-high 15 points versus South Dakota State (11/23) and Robert Morris (12/17) ... knocked down a career-high five three-point field goals in both contests ... pulled down a season-high four rebounds on three different occasions ... played a season-high 25 minutes versus No. 5 Notre Dame (11/29) ... three-point field goal percentage of .417 is the fourth best mark in CMU single-season history.
2011-12: [Game-by-Game] Started one game during her freshman campaign while appearing in 33 ... scored in double figures in three games, including a season-high 17 on 4-of-6 shooting from behind the arc versus Southeast Missouri (12/18) ... also went 4-for-7 to record 12 points against Alaska Anchorage (11/24) ... scored nine points on 3-of-4 shooting from long range in the Chippewas' WNIT appearance versus Illinois State (3/15).
High School: Was a four year starter for Petoskey...named first-team Big North Conference and two times player of the year... first-team Class A All-State for her senior season... BCAM `Best of the Best' award for her senior year.. named Class B first-team all-state by the Associated Press, Detroit News and Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan as a junior ... also received second-team all-state recognition from the Detroit Free Press ... was a three-time first-team All-Big North Conference honoree ... tabbed the Big North Conference Player of the Year after her junior season ... is a three-time all-area and all-region honoree ... earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Detroit Free Press as a sophomore ... served as team captain her junior and sophomore seasons ... currently holds the school single season records for points (360), rebounds (246) and free throw percentage (85.9) ... finished her senior year as the Petoskey High School career scoring leader with 1,356 total points and the career rebounding leader with 802 rebounds.. named Academic All-State her junior year.