|Hometown:||Spring City, Pa.|
|High School:||Owen J. Roberts|
2009-2010: Begins her third year in the Green
and White with a great chance to earn significant time in the
Spartan rotation . . . has a post body but has guard skills . . .
has three-point range on her jump shot . . . is an outstanding
passer with great court awareness . . . has worked hard to put
herself in position to earn a rotation spot . . . has the ability
to defend the post . . . is a tremendous student with a 3.50
2008-2009: Saw action in 23 games as she came off the bench in all of her appearances . . . finished the season averaging 1.0 points, 1.5 rebounds, and 0.5 assists per game . . . tied a career-high with nine points December 6 win over Stevenson . . . also tied a career-high in that win with three field goals and six rebounds . . . scored in six of her 23 games while she had at least one rebound in 11 games and at least one assist in seven contests . . . tied her career-high with three assists twice, the second time coming at Gallaudet on January 21 at Gallaudet . . . played a season-high 16 minutes against Stevenson in the December match up.
2007-2008: Finished her freshman year with a solid campaign as she played in 21 games . . . recorded a number of career highs in the January 19 win over Gallaudet as she played 17 minutes scoring nine points as she was 3-for-7 from the floor including one three point field goal and two free throws . . . scored in ten games while she grabbed at least one rebound in 12 games . . . pulled in a season-high four rebounds in two games including the January 19 game versus Gallaudet and the February 9 game with St. Mary’s . . . played double figures in minutes in four games including three conference games . . . converted a career-high three free throws in the February 9 loss to St. Mary’s . . . handed out a career-high three assists in the January 16 win over Wesley.
Personal: Is the daughter of Mark and Jill Exley . . . born November 15, 1988 . . . is a Nursing major . . . played for John McCormick at Owen J. Roberts High School . . . was named All-League second team her senior year after earning honorable mention honors as a junior at Owen J. Roberts.