2008 - Sophomore Season: Set a Butler record with over 1,868 minutes in net during her initial campaign with the Bulldogs...also posted the sixth-lowest goals-against average in school history, yielding just 1.06 per contest...her 85 saves were the seventh-most in a single season in program history...her save total already has her ranked eighth on the career charts...earned three shut-outs while helping the team to six on the season...started in 21 of the club's 22 matches during the year...played over 100 minutes in net on three occasions...went four-straight games - totaling over 300 minutes - without allowing a goal from Sept. 25 to Oct. 5...made a season-high 12 saves at Missouri (Sept. 14).
2007 - Freshman Season: Played at the University of Kentucky...earned Academic All-SEC honors...started the first five games of the season before sitting out 14 of the last 15 games with an injured knee...played in first collegiate game in Kentucky's season opener at No. 15 Purdue, recording a double-overtime shutout...recorded three shutouts in the five games she played...helped lead her club team, the Carmel United Cyclones, to the 2007 National Championship.
2006 - Redshirt Season: Redshirted as a member of the Kentucky women's soccer team.
High School: Finished her career as the shutout leader at Pike High School with 27...was named all-conference, all-state honorable mention and a Star North All-Star...three-year letterwinner...named ICGSA First Team All-State and ISCA First Team All-District as a senior...also named all-county by the Indianapolis Star...honored as the Pike High School Female Athlete of the Month in September of 2006...was the goalkeeper for the Carmel United Soccer Club '88 Cyclones, who were ranked as high as fifth in the nation by NationalSoccerRanking.com... her 2005 club team fell in the Region II semifinals in overtime to the eventual U-17 national champion...team finished as USYSA Region II spring league champions in 2004...member of the National Junior Honor Society...served as her class treasurer.