Ranked No. 3 on Rutgers’ career points chart behind only future WNBA stars Cappie Pondexter and Sue Wicks. Just fourth Scarlet Knight woman to top 1,800 career points. 2015-16: All-Big Ten First Team pick (coaches and media); one of 20 named to the Drysdale Award Watch List as nation’s top player. Scored in double figures in 30 games.
2014-15: Second Team All-Big Ten (coaches and media) after being Rutgers’ leading scorer for second straight season; was 7th in Big Ten in scoring. Reached double-figure scoring in all but four contests; led Scarlet Knights in scoring in 15 games.
2013-14:Named WNIT’s Most Valuable Player and First Team All-American Athletic Conf. Excelled twice against eventual NCAA champ UConn, putting up 20 and 22-pt. efforts vs. Huskies.
2012-13: Named to BIG EAST All-Freshman Team.
MISC: A McDonald’s All-America prep player at Phila.’s Prep Charter, she chose Rutgers in order to be closer to mom, Leticia, who was undergoing treatment for breast cancer.