|Hometown:||Chagrin Falls, Ohio|
|High School:||Chagrin Falls|
2014: Ohio Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year … second team Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-Great Lakes Region … first team All-OAC … led conference and ranked third in NCAA Division III in save percentage (.584) … ranked second in the conference and eighth in nation with a 7.23 goals against average … led league in minutes played (886:37) and saves (150) … finished with a 10-5 record … tallied a career-best four caused turnovers in the Crusaders’ season-opening 16-3 triumph over Franciscan on March 1 at Bernlohr Stadium … registered a career-high 17 saves and recorded an assist in Capital’s 11-8 win over Calvin on March 8, earning OAC Defensive Player of the Week honors on March 10 … totaled 16 saves in the team’s 10-6 victory over Mount St. Joseph on March 19 at Bernlohr Stadium … picked up a career-best 10 ground balls in the Crusaders’ 12-6 victory at Waynesburg (Pa.) on March 28 … selected OAC Defensive Player of the Week on March 31 after earning back-to-back wins on March 28-29 … allowed just one first-half goal in Capital’s 14-1 triumph at Defiance on April 9 … had nine or more saves in each of her last five games, including 10 or more on three occasions during that stretch
Personal: Majoring in Psychology … parents are John and Jeanine Wilson … attended Chagrin Falls High School, where she participated in lacrosse … earned first-team All-American, first and second-team All-Ohio, and first-team all-district honors … played for coach K.C. White at Chagrin Falls … career ambition is to work in Forensic Psychology … hobbies include dancing, shopping, and being with family.