|Hometown:||Penticton, British Columbia, Canada|
|High School:||Warner Academy|
2011 Season (Senior): Capped off her career with a fourth-consecutive Northern Athletics Conference Player of the Year honor – only the second student-athlete in conference history to do so…Won the NAC individual medalist award for the fourth-straight time after beating the individual field by 32 strokes…Shot a 1-under-par 70 during the final round of the NAC Tournament to set the single-round score, single-round relative to par, and NAC Championship single-round score, and NAC Championship single-round relative to par scoring records…Led the conference with a 77.9 scoring averages on 11 rounds of golf – also a NAC single-season record…Fired nine rounds in the 70s, including three-straight at the NAC Championship…Finished her senior year with six first place finishes.
2010 Season (Junior): Captured her third-consecutive NAC Player of the Year honor…Won NAC individual medalist honors, her third straight, after shooting an 18-over-par 160 to beat the individual field by eight strokes…Helped the women’s golf team to its second-consecutive NAC Championship after the team shot a 756…Led the conference with an 85.4 scoring average, 2.1 strokes better than the next competitor, in eight rounds played…Fired two rounds in the 70s…Finished with two victories and four top-5 finishes.
2009 Season (Sophomore): Earned her second-straight NAC Player of the Year honor…Won NAC individual medalist honors, her second consecutive, after carding a 24-over-par 166 to win by nine strokes…Helped the women’s golf team earn their first NAC Championship title after the team shot a 735…Led the conference with an 81.3 scoring average in 12 rounds, 5.4 strokes better than the next best competitor who was teammate Lea Jondal…Shot three rounds in the 70s…Finished with five victories.
2008 Season (Freshman): Won her first NAC Player of the Year honor…Won NAC individual medalist honors after shooting a 26-over-par 168 to win by nine strokes…Led the conference with an 83.5 scoring average in 7.5 rounds, which was 9.7 strokes better than the next best competitor…Finished with five first place finishes.
High School: Played sparingly on the Maple Leaf Junior Tour…Won the AMMFHL two years in a row and placed second in Provincials.