2020: Appeared in five matches across all competitions for Portland...Logged 20 minutes as a substitute against Utah on Sept. 20 in the Fall Series...Appeared in four games at the Challenge Cup...Made her third appearance of the tournament, entering as a late-game substitute against North Carolina on July 17...Appeared in her second match of the tournament, logging 11 minutes against OL Reign on July 13...Made her Challenge Cup debut, logging 20 minutes against Washington on July 5.
2019: Appeared in 15 matches for Portland Thorns, making 13 starts in her rookie season...Started 13 consecutive matches (May 11-Aug. 7)...Named to the NWSL Team of the Month for July...Made her Thorns FC and NWSL debut, logging 23 minutes as a substitute on April 20 against Chicago.
2017: Played in 23 matches (23 starts), recording six goals and eight assists...United Soccer Coaches All-America third team... United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region first team... All-Southeastern Conference first-team selection... Led UF with eight assists and second in goals (6) and points (20)... Tied for third in SEC for assists (8) and ninth in points (20) for all matches played...MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List.
2016: Played in 23 matches (23 starts), recording one goal and two assists...Named NSCAA First Team All-South Region...An All-SEC First Team pick.
2015: Sat out season due to SEC transfer rules.
2014: Led Georgia with nine goals and nine assists...Earned NSCAA Second Team All-South Region...Named First Team All-SEC...Named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List.
2013: Started every match during her freshman season at Georgia...Recorded one goal and two assists.
Youth National Team
Called into three 2017 U.S. Under-23 National Team camps – Jan. 6-13 (California), March 26-April 1 (Portland) and July 21-28 (Seattle)... Attended U.S. U-19 camp first week of October 2015 and invited to U.S. U-23 camp (Jan. 18-12, 2016)... Invited to the U.S. U-20 training camp in California in November 2013...Invited to U.S. U18 National Team camps in 2012 and 2011.