|High School:||Punahou School|
Named CWPA Southern Division Defensive Player of the Week April 4 ... Finished rookie campaign fourth on the team in scoring with 33 goals, tied for fifth in assists (20) and fifth in steals (39) ... Received Harvard Rookie of the Year award ... Scored first two career goals and grabbed first career steal against Iona, then tallied another goal, raked in four takeaways and handed out first three career assists against Villanova Feb. 5 ... Posted a hat trick with three goals and added three steals against Siena in the Marist Tournament Feb. 19 ... Collected three steals and put in two goals at Marist in the Marist Tournament Feb. 20 ... Notched two goals, dished an assist and had three takeaways against Brown Feb. 23 ... Found the back of the net twice and had a steal against Fresno Pacific March 14 ... Tallied three scores, handed out two helpers and gathered four steals versus Connecticut College April 2 ... Had two goals, an assist and two takeaways against George Washington, then grabbed three steals, passed out three helpers and scored once against Indiana April 16 ... Led team with three goals against Princeton in the CWPA Eastern Championship May 1.
Played water polo and swam for four years at Punahou School … Captained water polo team as a senior … Named Most Outstanding Player at State Championship Tournament in 2009 and 2010 … Named Interscholastic League of Honolulu Player of the Year as a senior … Three-time first-team all-league .. Member of the Hawaii Junior Olympic team from 2007-10 … Participated on three Hawaii State Championships teams … Received the HMSA Kaimana Scholarship Award … Won the Social Studies Excellence Award, the Multi-Lingual Award and the Student-Athlete Achievement Award … Member of the National Honor Society and Key Club … Graduated with Honors … Participated in summer mission trips to help orphans in Mexico and Swaziland, Africa … Also volunteered at the Salvation Army Preschool and Palolo Chinese home … Sister, Aisha ’13, plays soccer and water polo for the Crimson.