|Hometown:||Bel Air, Md.|
2011: Enters her senior year looking to become a key cog on defense for the Spartans after spending the last two years up top . . . is a hard worker that regained her touch during the spring campaign . . . has the potential to be a key contributor as a defender as she has good size and the ability to get the ball to the midfield in transition ... is a player with the physical skills to be a dominate player for the Green and White.
2010: Played in all 19 games for the Spartans, earning a start in six of those contests throughout the year . . . picked up two goals for four points for the year . . . scored the Spartans' first goal of the season in the season-opener at Eastern on September 1 . . . notched her second goal of the year in the October 12 win over Marymount . . . finished the year with 18 total shots including eight shots on goal . . . her goal against Marymount proved to be the game-winning goal for the Spartans . . . had a season-high four shots in the overtime setback against Stevenson on September 11.
2009: Transferred into the Spartan program and played 18 of York’s 20 total matches as she came off the bench in all of her appearances . . . tallied one goal and one assist for three points . . . fired off 17 total shots with 10 of those shots coming on target.
Personal: Is a nursing major . . . is the daughter of Jeff and Sharon Ward . . . born on November 9, 1990 . . . played her club soccer for UCSC Pride . . . named her parents as the people she most admires.