2015 IWLCA second-team All-American
2015 Tewaaraton Award Nominee
2015 IWLCA first-team All-Region
2015 Unanimours first-team All-Ivy
2015 ECAC second-team All-Star
2015 Academic All-Ivy
2015 Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Co-Performer of the Year
2014 IWLCA first-team All-Region
2014 Tewaaraton Award Nominee
2014 First-team All-Ivy
2014 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll
2014 Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area
2013 IWLCA first-team All-Region
2013 Unanimous first-team All-Ivy
2013 Ivy League Tournament Most Outstanding Player
2013 Ivy League Tournament All-Tournament Team
2015: IWLCA second-team All-American … IWLCA first-team All-Region … Unanimous first-team All-Ivy … Second-team ECAC All-Star … Twice named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week (3/23, 4/27) … Invited to U.S. National Team Tryout Camp … Academic All-Ivy … Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Co-Performer of the Year for women’s lacrosse … Led the Ivy League and was 10th nationally in GAA at 7.61 … Second in the Ivy League and 13th nationally in save percentage at .473 … Third in the Ivy League with 131 saves … Finished season with 16 ground balls … Had three ground balls against Vanderbilt (3/1) … Picked up four ground balls at Maryland (3/18) … Made 10 saves in win over Vanderbilt (3/1) … Had 10 saves in win over Brown (3/7) … Had 15 saves at No.1 Maryland (3/18) … Allowed just one goal in 54:43 of action against Saint Joseph’s (3/10) … Made eight saves while allowing five goals against Dartmouth (3/21) … Allowed just one goal while making six saves in complete-game effort at Columbia (4/1) … Made eight saves while allowing six goals at Harvard (4/11) … Made nine saves while allowing six goals against Cornell (5/1) in Ivy League Tournament semifinal.
2014: IWLCA first-team All-Region ... Tewaaraton Award Nominee … First-team All-Ivy … IWLCA Academic Honor Roll ... Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area ... Leads the Ivy League in GAA (7.70) and second in save percentage (.463) … Ranks seventh nationally in GAA and 16th in save percentage … Appeared in 18 games, making 17 starts … Thind on the team in ground balls (27) … Allowed eight or fewer goals in 11 of 18 appearances … Did not allow double digits in goals in an Ivy game … Made six saves in season-opening win over Delaware (2/22) … Named Ivy League Co-Defensive Player of the Week on February 25 … Had 10 saves at No. 1 North Carolina (3/2) … Made five saves, allowing just three goals in a 6-3 win over Rutgers (3/5) … Stooped nine shots and allowed just four goals in a 9-4 win over Harvard (3/8) … Named Ivy League Co-Defensive Player of the Week with teammate Meg Markham on March 10 … Made 11 saves and added five ground balls in a win at Vanderbilt (3/23) … Stopped eight shots and allowed just six goals in a win over No. 19 Georgetown (4/1) … Made nine saves and allowed just seven goals in a loss to No. 6 Northwestern (4/6) … Named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week on April 7 … Allowed only six goals, making four saves at Dartmouth (4/12) … Made eight saves against Princeton (4/16) … Allowed just three goals against Columbia (4/23) … Made seven saves in an Ivy League Tournament semifinal win over Harvard (5/2) ... Made seven saves and recoded two ground balls in win over Canisius (5/9) in first round of NCAA Tournament ... Made eight saves against No. 1 Maryland (5/11) in second round of NCAA Tournament.
2013: Started all 17 games, playing all but 5:42 of Penn’s game action … Led the Ivy League in save percentage (.471) ... Second in the Ivy League with 136 saves … Ranked second in the Ivy League in goals-against average (8.84) … Posted four overtime wins, most by any Penn goalkeeper … Made three saves while allowing just one goal in overtime periods … Tied for team lead with 31 ground balls … Picked up five ground balls against North Carolina (3/1) … Made 14 saves to record first Ivy League win at Harvard (3/9) … Named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week after 21 total saves in games against Rutgers (3/6) and the Crimson … Stopped eight shots in a win over Yale (3/16) … Came up with 11 saves in an overtime win over Vanderbilt (3/21) … Stopped eight shots in an overtime win over Cornell (3/24) … Made 10 saves with five ground balls in win at Columbia (4/6) … Denied seven Dartmouth shots in win over the Big Green (4/12) … Stopped seven shots in Ivy title clinching win over Princeton (4/17) … Earned second Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week award after win over the Tigers ... Made 12 saves in Ivy League Tournament semifinal win over Cornell (5/3) ... Stopped eight shots in Ivy League Tournament title game win over Dartmouth (5/5) ... Set new Ivy League Tournament record with 20 saves over two games ... Made 10 saves in NCAA Tournament first round game against Virginia.
2012 (William & Mary): Started all 17 games and was selected second-team All-CAA ... Also named CAA All-Rookie Team ... Ranked fourth nationally in total saves (172) and fifth in saves per game (10.12) ... Led the conference in both categories ... Saves total ranked tied for fourth on W&M's single-season list... Ranked third in the CAA with a .457 save percentage ... Recorded a single-game school record 23 saves in the season-ending win at Hofstra (4/22), also the high mark for most saves in a game by a player in the nation during the 2012 season ... Honored as the CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on April 23 following the performance ... Totaled 14 saves at Drexel (4/20)... Registered 14 saves against No. 5 Duke (2/8) in the season opener ... Tallied 12 stops at Navy (2/15) ... Posted 13 saves at Richmond (3/21) ... Recorded 11 saves against No. 9 Penn State 3/25) ... W&M Provost Award winner ... Earned the CAA Commissioner's Academic Award.
High School: Four-year letterwinner ... US Lacrosse first-team All-American (2011) ... Invited to the All-American Showcase/ESPN Rise Tournament in Florida following her senior season ... Helped her team win the championship, 17-16, and was selected to the All-ESPN Rise Games Team ... Named first-team all-league and first-team all-county (2011) ... Team MVP as a senior (2011) ... Started all but five games of her high school career ... Selected as a US Lacrosse honorable mention All-American in 2010 ... U19 National Team finalist following her junior year (2010)... Ranked No. 9 on ESPN Rise Top Goalkeepers list (2011) ... Chosen as a US Lacrosse Academic All-American in 2010 ... Third-team all-state selection (2010) ... Named first-team All-North Jersey, first-team All-Essex County and first-team All-Essex County Tournament teams in 2010 ... Member of the North New Jersey Team at the Women's Division National Tournament in 2010 (Team 1) and 2009 (Team 2) ... Twice participated in the Under Armour Underclassman Games (2009- 2010) ... First-team All-Essex County honoree in 2009 ... Also lettered three times in tennis ... Metro Lacrosse Club Foundation Scholarship winner ... Named a 2011 Essex County Scholar Athlete ... National Honor Society and German National Honor Society member ... Montclair High School Community Service Award ... Served as a counselor at On the Ball Lacrosse Camp ... Volunteered as a youth league lacrosse coach ... Volunteered with Human Needs Food Pantry ... Made a community service trip to Yakima Indian Reservation (2009) and Peru (2007) ... Youth Member, Union Congregational Church Outreach Committee.
Personal: Daughter of Kelly and David Ferguson ... Father wrestled at Johns Hopkins University ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.