2017-18: [Game-by-Game] Academic All-MAC honoree … earned the team’s Charge Card Award … started in all 35 games … ranked third on the team averaging 12.1 points per game … drained 90 3-pointers, which is tied for fifth in single-season program history … program’s all-time 3-point leader with 303 … scored a season-high 31 points, including seven triples in a 92-75 win over Vanderbilt (11/14) … grabbed six rebounds against College of Charleston (11/17) … tallied six 3-pointers in a 81-60 victory over Iowa State (11/25) … recorded a season-best four steals versus Aquinas (11/30) … garnered 26 points in close 88-84 win against Kent State (1/13) … tallied six boards versus Buffalo (1/31) … drained three 3-pointers against Ball State (2/28) to break the program’s 3-point record … pulled down a season-best seven rebounds in the opening game of the MAC Tournament vs. Eastern Michigan (3/7) … dished out a season-high four assists in the MAC Championship against Buffalo (3/10) … added 22 points in a 95-78 win over Ohio State (3/19) to advance to the NCAA Sweet 16.
2016-17: [Game-by-Game] Academic All-MAC honoree … started all 32 games … averaged 33.1 minutes per game and scored 14.1 points per contest … ranked first in the MAC and led CMU with a 40.2 3-point percentage … led the team in triples (90) … finished the season 14th nationally and fourth in the MAC with an 87.8 free-throw percentage … surpassed 1,000 career points at Wright State in the first round of the WNIT (3/16) … tied for 27th in the program record book with 1,005 career points … scored a career-high 33 points in a overtime victory vs. Oakland (11/22) … ranks third in program history in both triples (213) and 3-point percentage (.385) … posted double digits in 22 games.
2015-16: [Game-by-Game] Academic All-MAC selection … made eight triples twice this season against SIUE and Eastern Michigan in the MAC tournament semifinal game, tied for second best in program history for a single game … made 92 triples on the year placing her second in program history a single season and 15th in the country … finished third in the conference in 3-point field goal percentage (.402)
2014-15: [Game-by-Game] Saw game action in her first collegiate game and scored three points against UMass (11/16) ... scored 11 points and went three for three beyond the arc against No. 9 Kentucky (11/22) ... made her first career start against Memphis with nine points and a career high of two assists (12/6) ... added highs in points with 16 and minutes (35) in a 67-64 loss to Minnesota (12/21) ... posted four steals (career high) in a 74-69 victory over Oakland (12/28) ... tied her high in points with 16 in a 83-62 conference win over Kent State (1/3) ... pulled down a high of six rebounds against Buffalo (1/7) ... scored 13 points with four three-pointers versus Eastern Michigan (2/14).
High School: Led Woodhaven to back-to-back league and district championships and a regional final appearance ... received Detroit News All-State honorable mention honors (2012-13) ... received Detroit Free Press All-Area honorable mention (2012-13) ... led team in points and three-pointers ... scored more than 1,000 career points ... four-year starter ... earned four letters in basketball, and three each in track and cross country.