A veteran of Canada’s Senior Women’s National Team, she finished her collegiate career with 3 seasons at Mich. State. Began career by playing in 11 games for South Carolina in 2015-16 season before transferring to Pittsburgh in Jan. 2016. Then transferred to MSU in June 2016 and sat out 2016-17 campaign. 2019-20: As senior, missed 14 midseason games with knee injury. 2018-19: Spartans’ rebounding leader capped season with game-winning basket against Central Michigan in first round of NCAA Tournament. 2017-18: Ranked among top 10 in Big Ten Conf. in assists and steals per game. Was one assist shy of triple-double vs. Oakland (14p, 12r, 9a). PREP: Led St. Edmund Campion to pair of regional titles (2010; 2011). PERS: Says dream has always been to play in the Olympics for Team Canada. Learned the game from her dad, having begun playing at age 3, tagging along with her dad when he went to the gym.