2014 Season (Junior): Named All-Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference Second Team as a midfielder…Earned MWLC Defensive Player of the Week honors on April 14…Led the nation in ground balls with a 7.35 per game average…Also ranked 3th nationally with a 5.41 draw control wins per game average…Set the program’s game record for ground balls (16), draw control wins (11) and caused turnovers (5)…Set the program’s season record for ground balls (125), draw control wins (92) and caused turnovers (34)…Set the game record for ground balls in five different games throughout the season, before eventually picking up 16 loose balls against Aurora University (Apr. 8)…Tied the game record for draw controls with 11 against Carthage College (Apr. 22)…Tied the game record for caused turnovers with five at Augustana College (May 3)…Set the season record for ground balls with 125, which is 37 more than second place…Set the season record for draw control wins with 92, which is 24 more than the next best total…Set the season record for caused turnovers with 34, which is nine more than second place…Earned MWLC Defensive Player of the Week honors on April 14 after picking up a program game record 16 ground balls; as well as scoring three times, assisting on two goals, winning eight draw controls and causing three turnovers versus Aurora University (Apr. 8); and picking up three ground balls, winning six draw controls and assisting on three goals against Illinois Institute of Technology (Apr. 13)…Appeared in and started all 17 games…Had 75 points and 36 goals, which were both second best on the team…Assisted on 17 goals…Took 75 shots, with 57 on goal…Scored one game-winning goal…Tallied two free-position markers…Recorded team-highs in ground balls (125), draw control wins (92) and caused turnovers (34)…Had a hat trick or better in seven games…Picked up double-figure ground balls in five games, including three-consecutive contests near the end of the season…Won five or more draw controls in 11-of-17 contests…Caused three turnovers in nine contests.
2013 Season (Sophomore): Appeared in and started all 15 games…Scored 24 points, tied for third most on the team…Tallied a team-high-tying 21 goals…Assisted on three goals…Took 56 shots, 45 on goal...Had two game-winning goals, one man-up goal and one man-down goal…Finished 0-for-4 on free-position attempts...Set single season program record in ground balls (60), draw control wins (45) and caused turnovers (23)…Picked up three or more ground balls in 10 games, including five or more in the season’s final five games…Won three or more draw controls in 10 games, including a streak of five-consecutive games in the second half of the season…Tallied four goals in back-to-back games mid-season…Had a season-high-tying four goals – including the game-winner – season-best two assists, three ground balls and three caused turnovers at the University of Dubuque (Apr. 6)…Scored a season-high-tying four goals and picked up five ground balls at Loras College (Apr. 7)…Had two goals, picked up five ground balls, won three draw controls and caused a turnover against Beloit College (Apr. 17)…Finished with two goals, one assist, six ground balls, four draw control wins and three caused turnovers versus Benedictine University (Apr. 20)…Ended the season with three goals, picked up a season-best eight ground balls and caused a season-high five turnovers at Augustana College (May 3).
2011 Season (Freshman): Did not play on the women's lacrosse team.
High School: Was a four-year basketball letter winner and team captain as a senior...At various times she won the school's Coach's Award, Best Defender Award, Most Improved and Athlete of the Month honors...Earned varsity letters in soccer, basketball and lacrosse.
Personal: Daughter of Alan and Diana Peppers...Has one younger sister, Amanda.