In high school I was one of the Top 11 Soccer Recruits Nationally when I earned a scholarship to the D-I University of Massachusetts-Amherst in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
After High School I earned a Division I scholarship to the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
My time in Amherst was a great one earning numerous awards including: Team Captain in 1997, All Atlantic 10 in 1994-1997. I was selected to the All New England team in 1995 and 1996. I graduated and remain the schools All Time Saves Leader with 384 as well as the 3rd in All Time Shutouts with 34. I capped my
collegiate career with a selection to the NCAA Senior All Star Game in 1998.
I went on to play professionally after college in Miami and Chicago in the prestigious W League. While playing for Chicago I was voted W League Goalkeeper of the Year in 1999 and 2000. In 1999 my best year as a professional, my team won the league Championship and I was voted the All Star Game and was selected as league MVP.
In 1999 I tried her skills in coaching with the NC State Wolfpack in the Division I Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). I was the Assistant Coach for two seasons 1999 and 2000. Once my soccer career was over, I started running marathons. I have run 10 marathons including qualifying for a and competing in the
2007 Boston Marathon.
After that I became interested in triathlons. I have since competed in 2 Half-Ironmans and 4 Olympic distance events. I placed 3rd overall in the women’s division 2009 Tri-Family Southwest Valley YMCA Olympic Triathlon.
My husband Brendan and I were married in 2003 and have two boys Tristan (3), Brady (9 mths). We live in Scottsdale, AZ