• 2019 NCAA Regional Diving Championships qualifier
2018-19: As a senior, competed in the 1- and 3-meter diving events at 12 meets…came in first 15 times, finished second on three occasions and posted one third-place result…qualified for the NCAA regional championships for the first time in her career…finished first in both the 1- and 3-meter events against UMass Dartmouth on October 27…won the 3-meter event against WPI, Brandeis, Smith and Simmons on November 2…swept both diving events against Western New England (November 3), Norwich and Regis (November 10) and Clark (November 17)…recorded a score of 410.00 to finish fourth in the 3-meter finals at WPI’s Gompei Invitational on December 1…took first place on the 1- and 3-meter boards against Wellesley and Coast Guard on January 10…also won both events at Bentley on January 15…recorded a school-record 6-dive score of 293.10 on the 3-meter board and recorded a career-best score of 254.17 on the 1-meter board to earn a pair of victories against Bridgewater State on February 2…came in 10th with a season-best 11-dive score of 376.30 at the NEWMAC Championships on February 22-24…also posted a career-best total of 418.50 to place eighth on the 3-meter board at the league meet…finished 16th on the 1-meter board (387.40) and 15th on the 3-meter board (387.62) at the NCAA Regional Diving Championships on March 1-2.
2017-18: As a junior, competed in the 1- and 3-meter diving events at seven meets…recorded 10 top-three finishes, which includes four firsts and four second-place results…came in second in both the 1- and 3-meter events at Wheaton on January 13 and against Bentley on January 16…recorded her top 6-dive score of the year on the 1-meter board (232.80) against Gordon on January 20…won both diving events against Roger Williams and Eastern Connecticut State on January 27…recorded her top six-dive 3-meter score (246.15) to finish first at Bridgewater State on February 3…came in 11th with a career-best score of 391.40 (11 dives) on the 3-meter board at the NEWMAC Championships on February 25…also finished 13th with an 11-dive total of 353.45 on the 1-meter board at the conference meet.
2016-17: As a sophomore, competed in the 1- and 3-meter diving events at all 11 meets…recorded one victory, 10 runner-up finishes, and three third-place results…came in second on the 3-meter board against UMass Dartmouth on October 29…placed second in the 1-meter event against Norwich and Regis on November 12…came in second on the 3-meter board with the top six-dive score of her career (269.35) at Simmons on November 15…was the runner-up in both diving events against Clark on November 19…recorded an 11-dive score of 362.80 to place fourth on the 3-meter at the Gompei Invitational on December 3…posted her top 1-meter six-dive score of the year (230.85) to finish third at Wheaton on January 14…came in first on the 3-meter board against Bentley on January 17…finished second in both diving events against Bridgewater State on January 19…recorded the top 11-dive score of her career (377.45) to finish 13th in the 1-meter event at the NEWMAC Championships on February 17…also came in 13th with a score of 356.95 on the 1-meter board.
2015-16: As a first-year, competed in the 1- and 3-meter diving events at all 12 meets…recorded nine victories, five runner-up finishes and one third-place result…won both the 1- and 3-meter events in her collegiate debut against UMass Dartmouth on October 24…also was victorious on both diving boards against Clark on October 31…won the 1-meter diving event against Norwich on November 15 and came in first on both the 1- and 3-meter boards against Simmons on December 1…finished second on both diving boards against Gordon on January 9…posted her top six-dive scores of the year in the 1-meter (242.25) and 3-meter (242.25) events at Wheaton on January 16…came in first in the 3-meter competition and second on the 1-meter board against Bridgewater State on January 21…finished 15th with an 11-dive score of 343.15 in the 1-meter event at the NEWMAC Championships…also recorded a score of 371.90 to come in 16th on the 1-meter board at the conference meet.