2014: Started all 16 games for the Cardinals as a sophomore ... tied for the team's leading scorer with six goals on the season ... registered 10 shots, eight of which were on net ... named Mid-American Conference Offensive Player of the Week of Oct. 6 ... scored her first career hat trick in the 5-0 win over Missouri State ... scored the game winning goal in overtime over No. 20 Michigan State on Oct. 12.
2013: Saw action in all 18 games as a freshman, earning 15 starts ... led the team in goals scored with seven and points with 14 ... netted her first collegiate goal in the season opener at James Madison on Sept. 1 ... scored a season-high two goals at Saint Louis on Sept. 22 ... recorded her first game-winning goal at Lindenwood on Sept. 21 ... also had a game-winning goal in the Sept. 24 win over UC Davis ... took a season-high six shots vs. Appalachian State on Sept. 2 ... had 28 shots on the season, 18 of which were on goal for a .643 shot on goal percentage.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at Vernon Verona Sherrill for Coach Wendy Seifried ... netted 16 goals and had seven assists as a senior to help guide her team to a 14-3 record ... was a Selection 3 All-Star, Vernon Verona Sherrill Player of the Year, Mohawk Valley Player of the Year, Oneida Daily Dispatch Player of the Week as a senior and was named to the First Team All-State and Tri-Valley League All-Star team ... played for the Southern Tier Storm club team for coaches Stephanie Collins and Michael Young as a forward and midfielder ... was selected to the Future National Tournament in 2011 and 2012 and her team was a two-time Limelight Tournament champions, Camden Tournament champions and Hamilton College champions ... played volleyball and was on the track and field in high school.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Terrance and Brenda Kavanaugh ... her brother, Dylan, currently wrestles for Briar Cliff University ... her mother was a gymnast for Utah State University while her father played football at Brockport State College ... intends to major in dietetics.