AS A SENIOR (2014)
Voted a team captain for the 2014 season.
AS A JUNIOR (2013)
Started all 20 games for the Eagles ... garnered Longstreth/NFHCA All-America First-Team honors, as well as Northeast Regional Player of the Year and All-Northeast Region First-Team accolades ... earned First-Team All-ACC honors ... named to the Preseason All-ACC Team ... led the team with 11 goals, 12 assists, 34 points and four game-winning goals ... second on BC with 41 shots ... tied for ninth on BC's single-season assists list ... ranked fourth in the ACC for assists per game (0.60), fifth for assists, ninth for points per game (1.70) and 10th for points ... also tied for fourth in game-winning goals ... recorded three or more points six times on the year ... assisted on the tying goal to send the game to overtime in the Eagles' NCAA Tournament game against No. 4 Connecticut (11/16) ... scored two goals, including the game winner in overtime in the victory at No. 2 UConn (10/6), handing the Huskies their first loss of the season ... tallied an assist and goal - the game winner - in the 3-1 win at No. 20 New Hampshire (10/4) ... earned Eagle of the Week honors on Oct. 8 for performances against the Huskies and Wildcats ... notched a career-high three assists in the win at Northeastern (9/29) ... had two assists in the win over No. 5 Syracuse, giving the Orange its first loss of the year (9/20) ... scored the game-winning goal in the 1-0 victory at No. 17 Boston University (9/13) ... was named Eagle of the Week on Sept. 17 for tallying the gamewinner against the Terriers ... tallied five points on two goals and an assist in the victory over Maine (9/3) ... notched the game winner and added an assist in the 2-1 victory against Rutgers (8/31) ... started the season with a goal and two assists in the win at Vermont (8/30) ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012)
Started all 19 games after making the switch from forward to midfield ... named to the NFHCA All-American Second Team ... earned NFHCA All-Northeast Region First-Team honors ... named to the ACC All-Tournament team and the All-ACC team ... tallied eight points on two goals and four assists ... tallied the second-most assists on the team and tied for the second-most shots (27) ... notched an assist in the 4-2 loss at Syracuse (10/21) and against James Madison (9/16) ... registered two assists at Maryland (9/14) ... scored in the road victories against Harvard (9/9) and Maine (8/25) ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
AS A FRESHMAN (2011)
Saw action in all 19 games, making 13 starts ... registered five goals and two assists for 12 points ... scored the team's lone goal in a double-overtime loss at Northeastern (10/14) ... recorded the game-winning goal against Providence (10/3) ... notched two assists at Virginia (9/23), marking the first career multiple-point gamer ... tallied a goal at Connecticut (9/18) and against Holy Cross (/4) ... scored first career goal against Maine (8/30) ... member of the Canadian National team.
Played for Canadian `A' National Team ... member of high school team ... helped lead team to Provincial Championship in 2010 ...named a first-team all-star for four years ... member of the B.C. Provincial Team for five years ... was the leading scorer in the Youth Pan-American Games in 2010 ... part of the Canadian Junior National Team ... carded with the Canadian Senior National Team ... also played soccer and basketball ... an honor roll student.
Enrolled as an English major in the College of Arts and Sciences ... daughter of Susan and Tom Plasteras ... has two sisters, Sophie and Georgia ... recipient of the DeFilippo Family Scholarship for Women's Athletics.