|High School:||River Hill|
2016 Outdoor: Set a personal best in the pole vault at the Mason Spring Invitational, clearing a height of 3.25m.
2015-16 Indoor: Competed in the pole vault for the Retrievers, clearing a season best height of 3.33m at the Sykes & Sabock Challenge.
2015 Outdoor: Competed in the pole vault for the Retrievers during the spring season for the Retrievers... Tied her career best height of 3.20m (10'6") at the America East Championships, placing seventh.
2014-15 Indoor: Competed in the pole vault during the winter for the Retrievers... Cleared a season best height of 3.00m (9'10") at the America East Championships in February.
2014 Outdoor: Cleared a career-best height of 3.20m (10’6”) in the pole vault at the Delaware Classic to move up to second in the UMBC record book… Finished ninth in the event at the 2014 America East Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Vermont… Competed in the triple jump during the spring, as well, registering a top season leap of 9.92m (32’6.5”) at the conference meet… Named to the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
2013-14 Indoor: Placed fourth in the pole vault by clearing a career-best height of 3.30m (10’10”) at the 2014 America East Indoor Track and Field Championships… Her height from the conference meet in New York ranks as the second-best in UMBC program history… Also competed in the triple jump during the winter season, registering a career-best leap of 9.66m (31’8.5”) at the NYU Team Challenge to grab the tenth spot in the Retriever record book.
2013 Outdoor: Recorded career-bests in both the pole vault and triple jump competition at the George Mason Invitational… By clearing 3.00m (9’10”) in Northern Virginia, she moved into third all-time in UMBC program history… Also competed at the Morgan State Legacy Meet.
2012-13 Indoor: Competed in the pole vault and the triple jump at the Bison Opener for the Retrievers… By clearing 2.85m (9’4.25”) at the meet at Bucknell, she moved to fifth in the UMBC record book… Her triple jump distance of 9.79m (32’1.5”) ranked ninth in school history at the time.