|Team:||Xtreme Volleyball Club|
2013: Played in 41 sets...53 digs...16 aces...tallied 10 digs and five aces versus Stevens (9/7)...collected nine digs against Endicott (9/13)...posted eight digs at Vassar (9/6)...NEWMAC academic all-conference.
2012: Played in 49 sets...65 digs...collected eight digs in one set against Benedictine (9/7)...posted seven digs and an ace at Clark (9/12)...NEWMAC academic all-conference.
2011: Played in 88 sets...130 digs...21 aces...ranked fourth on the team in digs...earned four aces versus Simmons (9/17)...collected 11 digs at Coast Guard (10/29)...NEWMAC academic all-conference.
2010: Played in 71 sets...108 digs...season-high eight kills and two aces against Montclair State (10/2)...totaled eight digs versus Lebanon Valley (10/16), Brandeis (10/23), Springfield (10/23), and Coast Guard (10/30).
Off the Court at MIT: Majoring in biological engineering with a minor in applied international studies and a concentration in Spanish...completed an internship with Vecna Technologies...conducting research on DNA damage and repair pathways in the MIT Engelward Laboratory...UROP in the Steele Lab that is operated through Massachusetts General Hospital where she is working with a Harvard graduate student on a PhD thesis which involves studying polymorphisms in hypermutable regions of DNA in order to improve our understanding of how the primary tumor metastasizes...vice-president of Alpha Phi chapter operations...also served as the Alpha Phi athletic chair...SAAC community service chair.
Why I Chose MIT: I can't pinpoint the precise reason that I chose to go to MIT, but if I had to state it as succinctly as possible, I would say that I chose to go to MIT because it provided the perfect environment to foster my academic, athletic and social growth during the four years of my undergraduate education. I saw MIT as an opportunity to explore a new, exciting city and interact with bright young minds while studying at one of the world's most prestigious institutions. Not only did I look forward to the fact that MIT would be intellectually challenging, but another major factor influencing my decision was the athletic opportunities that MIT had to offer. After visiting the campus and meeting a few of the coaches and players, it became clear that the volleyball program at MIT would provide a very natural transition for me to compete at the collegiate level. The combination of these compelling conditions made MIT the obvious choice, and my time here has only made me more certain of my decision.
High School: A 2010 graduate of Victor High School...three-time Daily Messenger selection...Monroe County first team all-league twice...two-time All-Greater Rochester selection...Section V first team all-league...New York State Class A first team all-tournament...Outstanding Leadership Award...National Honor Society...Spanish National Honor Society...AP Scholar with Honor...Finger Lakes Scholar...Clarkson University Leadership Award.
Club: Xtreme Volleyball Club (three years), Volleyball FX (three years).