2016-17: Recipient of SJU's Best Defensive Player Award, Loyalty and leadership Award, Chris DiJulia Inspirational Award, Reverend Emory Ross Award For Academic Excellence...Served as team co-captain...Set career-highs in points (71), assists (71), rebounds (52), steals (71) and minutes played (763)...One of just four Hawks to play every games, also started a career-best 28 games...Matched career-high with nine points at VCU...Finished with a season-best six points, three assists and three rebounds at Central Michigan...Scored five points and had six rebounds, three assists and two steals against Hofstra...Had a then season-high five points to go with a career-high five assists at Iona...Handed out two assists and had a rebound against Temple...Added an assist versus Bucknell...Finished with four points, two rebounds and an assist in first career start at Penn...Had three assists and a steal against Villanova...Had a game-high four steals and added three assists and two rebounds in win over NJIT...Handed out a game-high four assists and had two rebounds at Drexel...Scored four points and had four rebounds and four assists against James Madison...Added a rebound, assist and steal at Richmond...Grabbed three rebounds and had one assist and one steal at George Washington...Scored five points and had four assists, two steals and two rebounds in win over Massachusetts...Tallied two points and two steals in win over VCU...Had five points and a rebound in win at La Salle...Added three assists and two rebounds versus Fordham...Handed out three assists at Dayton...Scored three points and had a game-high five assists at Rhode Island...Handed out four assists and added a rebound versus St. Bonaventure...Added a game-high two steals versus Duquesne...Scored two points and had two assists at Fordham...Had three points and two assists versus La Salle...Grabbed three rebounds and had two steals against Davidson...Added an assist and rebound against George Mason...Finished with a steal versus Rhode Island in A-10 Championship meeting...Had two points, and three assists versus La Salle at A-10 Championship...Grabbed three rebounds and had two assists versus Duquesne at A-10 Championship...Set a career-high 40 minutes played in her final career game versus Virginia and added six points, three assists and two steals.
2015-16: Played in 15 games, averaging 6.3 minutes per game to go with 1.1 points...Member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll and SJU Athletic Director's Honor Roll...Tallied three points against Seton Hall...Scored two points and matched career-high with two assist versus Saint Louis...Scored four points and added a rebound in win over Davidson...Had three points and an assist in win over UMBC...Handed out an assist at Lehigh...Added an assists against Notre Dame...Scored a point and had a career-best three steals to go with an assist at St. Bonaventure..Added four points and a rebound against Davidson.
2014-15: Named the team's Patricia Ryan Unsung Hero Award recipient and Scholar-Athlete Award winner...Appeared in a career-best 23 games...Scored a career-high nine points at Duquesne on 3-of-3 shooting from three-point range, and added two rebounds and two assists...Finished with six points and had two assists and a rebound in Atlantic 10 Tournament win over George Mason...Tallied first collegiate points versus Lehigh, scoring three points to go with three rebounds, an assist and a steal...Had three points and a rebound in win over Richmond...Added two points in victory against St. Bonaventure...Member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll and SJU Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
2013-14: Appeared in four games...Had an assist in collegiate debut versus Hofstra...Grabbed a rebound in wins over Rhode Island and George Mason (3/6)...Recorded a steal in victory at Massachusetts.
High School: Four-year All-Catholic honoree...All-Delco selection as a junior and senior...Served as team captain as a junior and a senior...Named to the All-Southern Pennsylvania team as a sophomore.
Personal: Daughter of Genie Rule...Majoring in sports marketing.