2019: Named to All-Big South second team in singles play and in doubles with partner Katie Thompson … Played in 43 matches during the season, 21 singles and 22 doubles, earning a team-high 29 wins … Led the Blue Hose with 15 singles victories, 10 of which came on court four … None of her singles wins played into the third set as she earned 14 straight set victories and earned one by opponent retirement … Paced the Blue Hose with 7 Big South wins … Was undefeated in conference doubles action with Thompson (7-0) and recorded a 12-2 mark with her for the year … Earned a pair of doubles victories with Beth Lacey.
2018: Led the team with a 13-6 overall record in singles and a 12-6 overall record in doubles play ... Opened the season with a 10-match winning streak in singles action, dropping just a lone set during the stretch ... Saw action at three flights in singles play this season but went 9-0 at No. 4 to highlight her season ... In doubles, she teamed up with Brittany Nuttall to go 4-4 in Big South play ... She was named Big South Player of the Week on February 7 after going 3-0 to lead the Blue Hose to a pair of wins ...
2017: Won 12 singles matches in her rookie season and led the team with a 4-3 record in Big South matches...four Big South victories are tied for the most in a single season in program history...just the third player in PC's Division I era to win four Big South matches...named Big South Freshman of the Week twice, coming on Feb. 1 and Mar. 22, the first player in PC's Division I era to receive the honor more than once...earned the first honor going 4-0 on the opening weekend of her college career with two singles wins and two doubles wins...earned the second after a 4-0 week against Newberry and Campbell...went 11-7 in doubles action with three different partners on the year, including a 7-1 record with Celine Schepers...won eight straight doubles matches at one point, the longest streak on the team, despite changing partners during the streak...earned singles victories over conference foes Campbell, Longwood, Radford and UNC Asheville...won her only three-set match of the season, a 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 win at No. 2 against Asheville...had a winning record at each singles flight in which she competed, going 4-3 at No. 2, 6-4 at No. 3 and 2-1 at No. 4...was 4-0 at No. 2 doubles and 7-7 at No. 3...also defeated conference foes Winthrop, Campbell and Charleston Southern in doubles action
Before PC: Played for the Wrexham Junior National Club...went 5-0 in both singles and doubles as team advanced to the junior national finals and finished as runner-up...represented Cheshire from under 12 age group to under 18...junior Cheshire girls champion four times...played senior mixed doubles in the No. 1 pair for her local tennis center...went unbeaten in mixed doubles and won the league...also represented Holcolmbe Brook tennis club in senior national league...went undefeated in both singles and doubles, earning promotion to the top division...competed in national championships in each of the last five years, advancing as far as the quarterfinals on three occassions...reached a pair of finals and two semifinals in other national competitions...high grade point average...member of the Model UN Debate team...member of the Mock Law Trials