2019: Played in all 17 games starting 16 … Saw collegiate-bests and led the team in points (44), goals (30), assists (14) and man-up goals (6) … Five multi-goal games … Ended the season with a goal streak of 10 games and point streak of 15 games … Led the team with a collegiate-best seven points (6G-1A) in a home win over Delaware State (3/8) … Scored a man-down goal vs Wofford (2/16) … Recorded three assists at Wagner (3/24) and vs Longwood (4/20) … Placed a season-high nine shots on goal vs Wofford (2/16).
2018: Played in and started all 17 games ... Finished the season second in goals scored with 18 and had 20 total points as she added two assists ... Had a game high of three goals on two separate occasions (2/24 at Wofford and 3/13 vs LIU Brooklyn) ... Also had 19 ground balls and 12 draw controls ... Had a game high three ground balls at San Diego State 3/5.
High School: A four-year letter winner and a co-captain her senior year at St. Pius Catholic High School ... Was the 2015 Georgia 1A-5A Player of the Year, a 2015 and 2016 Georgia All Star, received All State honors in 2016, and earned All-Tournament Team honors as a member of the Georgia Team in the 2016 Brine All American Lacrosse Classic ... Four-year Region Champions and reached the State Quarter and Semifinals ... Totaled 296 points in her high school career with 214 goals and 82 assists ... Was also a two-year letter winner in cross country, where she was a two-time state runner-up ... A four-year Honor Roll Student and National Honor Society member, served as Senior Class President, was a retreat leader and worked with a peer mentoring program.
Club: Played club with Eagle Stix
Personal: Daughter of Preston and Michelle Marshall ... Born in Atlanta, Ga. ... Intends to major in BioChemistry ... Chose PC for its location and family atmosphere ... Loves the campus, coaches and the team ... Credits her first high school coach, Peter Voorhees, as her biggest influence for encouraging her, bringing out the best in her, and helping her decide that she wanted to play in college.