|Hometown:||Newton, New Jersey|
2010 Named a
tri-captain for the Beacons ... Played in 23 contests, starting 20
games in the UMass Boston defensive unit that held opponents to a
1.15 goals against average on the year ... Named to the Eastern
College Athlete Conference (ECAC) Division III New England Second
Team while being honored by the Little East Conference (LEC) as a
First Team selection, joining her teammate in Kristin Mulry as the
only players in school history to earn All Conference honors in
each of their first three seasons ... Named the LEC Defensive
Player of the Week twice during the campaign, first during the week
of September 19-25 and again for her play during the week of
October 19-25 ... Finished the campaign with a career-best three
assists to register three total points on the year ... On October
30 vs. Rhode Island College, enjoyed most productive offensive day
by assisting on both goals in UMass Boston's 2-0 victory ... On
October 13 vs. Emerson College, assisted on the game-winning goal
in the Beacons 2-0 win.
2009 After enduring through off-season knee surgery, still managed to play in 18 of 20 matches and enjoy another solid year in which she was named to the Little East Conference Second Team backfield for the second straight campaign to become, like teammate Kristin Mulry, the first player in school history to earn All-Conference honors in each of her first two years of collegiate soccer ... Matched her totals from a year ago with six points on two goals and a pair of assists to lead all UMass Boston defenders for the second straight year ... One of two Beacons' defenders to notch a game-winning tally this season with the deciding marker in a 2-0 win at Plymouth State University on October 23 ...Earned LEC Defensive Player of the Week honors for the week of October 19-25 ... Was one of the major reason for the dominance of the UMass Boston defense that produced a school-record low goals against average and shutout total ... Helped UMB hold opponents to one goal or less in 14 of the 18 matches that she played in.
2008 Enjoyed an excellent first collegiate season ... Named a Little East Conference Second Team All- Star as a defender, despite playingmost of the season with a knee injury ... Played in 16 matches, while making 12 starts and tallied six points on two goals and two assists ... Ranked fifth on the team in points ... Named the LEC Rookie of the Week for the week of September 29 to October 5 after coming off an injury to net a goal in the team's 2-0 victory over University of Southern Maine on October 2 in a week that saw the defense hold opponents to just two goals in 200 minutes of play ... Notched points in back-to-back contests with an assist at Wheelock College on October 9 and a helper vs. Eastern Connecticut State University on October 11.
PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL Earned four letters in soccer and three in basketball at Kittatinny High School ... Named All-League, State, Area and All-West Jersey for the Cougars' soccer team ... Selected to the New Jersey Herald All-Star Team ... Tabbed as KHS soccer's Most Valuable Player twice and earned Scholar-Athlete honors in soccer and basketball from Kittatinny High ... Chosen as the Cougars' soccer Team Captain ... Named the KHS basketball MVP as a forward and was a two-time Captain for the team ... Recipient of the Cougars' basketball Coaches Award ... Selected as Student of the Month at KHS ... Born March 31, 1990 ... Daughter of Nadene and William Place ... Undecided on major ... Enjoys snowboarding.