|Hometown:||Wellington, New Zealand|
|High School:||Paraparaumu College|
2016-17: Played in 25 contests...missed a month of action due to hand injury in February and returned for WNIT game at Wyoming (3/16)...made 10 starts, including nine in conference play...shot 27-35 from the foul line (77.1 percent), third-best among Redhawks with at least 30 free throw tries...scored in double figures nine times, with six coming in WAC games...scored career-high 18 points three different times-vs. CSUB (1/7), vs. Grand Canyon (1/21), and at UTRGV (1/28)...tallied seven rebounds in four outings, including an 18-point, 7-rebound showing against CSUB (1/7)...won team's Most Improved Player and Iron Hawk honors.
2015-16: Appeared in 27 games, making three starts ... averaged 12.6 minutes per game ... started at New Mexico State (1/21), at UTRGV (1/23), and at UMKC (2/6) ... posted three double-digit scoring games, including a season-high 13 points at CSU Bakersfield on Jan. 16 ... grabbed eight rebounds, including four offensive boards, at UTRGV on Jan. 23 ... earned All-WAC Academic.
2014-15: Played in 11 games, making one start ... scored eight points and grabbed nine rebounds ... started at Long Beach State on Nov. 14 ... played a season-high 11 minutes at Washington State on Nov. 21 ... scored a season-high four points vs. Chicago State on Jan. 22.
Career Highs: Points-18 three times (most recently at UTRGV 1/28/17) ... Rebounds-8 at UTRGV 1/23/16) ... Assists-3 three times (most recently vs. Portland State 11/23/16) ... Steals-5 vs. CSUN 12/29/16 ... Made FGs-7 at UTRGV 1/28/17.
PARAPARAUMU COLLEGE: A 2014 graduate of Paraparaumu College in Wellington, New Zealand ... named Team MVP (2009, 2010, 2013), Most Outstanding (2011-13), and Sportswoman of the Year (2012, 2013) ... outside of basketball, also competed in netball and volleyball where she was named MVP in 2009 and 2013, respectively ... competed on Regional Tournament teams in netball and volleyball
NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: Competed with the New Zealand U18 Koru Team (2012, 12), U18 National Women's Team (2012), and U20 National Women's Team (2013) ... named to the U23 and U19 National Tournament Teams (2013) and played for regional and national representative teams for U15, U17, U19, U21, and U23 (2009-13) ...