I am a proud Cherry Creek High School girl’s lacrosse alumna from the class of 2011. During my time at Creek, I was a part of three state championship lacrosse teams in 2008, 2009, and 2011. In addition, I earned a state championship title in field hockey in 2007. During my senior campaign, I was named All-American, Denver Post All-Colorado Player of the Year, Lacrosse Magazine West-Region Player of the Year, and CCHS Outstanding Female Athlete. In addition, I hold the CO state record for goals in a season.
Following my career at CCHS, I played Division I lacrosse for the University of Richmond Spiders, where I appeared in three conference championship games and earned All-Tournament Team honors in 2014. At Richmond, I finished ranking top three in career draw controls, and finished my senior season ranked in the top 20 nationally in draw controls per game. In addition, I tied for most goals.
After my career at Richmond, I went on to be a Division I graduate assistant coach at Winthrop University, where the team went on to win a Big South Conference championship and NCAA tournament appearance. There, I earned a master’s degree in counseling.
During my time coaching at Creek I have guided the team to three straight state championship runner-up titles and have been named Centennial League Coach of the Year twice. I am also a member of the Team 180 coaching staff during the summer and am the current head coach for the Under Armour Lacrosse All-America Southwest region team.