Briefly: Tenacious in front of the goal ... One of the top offensive players on the team ... Resourceful on offense ... Can score in a lot of different ways.
Summer of 2003: Earned All-America honors and captained the Stanford club team that won U.S. Senior Nationals.
As a junior in 2003: Notched 20 goals ... Tallied a career-high four goals in 11-3 Cardinal victory at UC Irvine ... Recorded two scores against Indiana in the Cardinal's first game of the NCAA Tournament ... Posted two scores at MPSF Tournament ... Notched two goals each against UCLA in the Stanford Invitational, and against UCLA and Hawaii at the UCSB Tournament ... Named AWPCA All-Academic Team and MPSF Academic All-Conference.
Summer of 2002: As a captain, helped the Stanford club team to a pair of second-place finishes at the U.S. Junior and Senior Nationals in Bloomington, Ind. ... Named to the All-America team at both Junior and Senior Nationals.
As a sophomore in 2002: Recorded seven goals for the Cardinal ... Tallied two goals in NCAA Semifinal win over Michigan ... Named an American Water Polo Coaches Association Academic All-American ... Selected as an MPSF Academic All-Conference Team member for the second-straight year ... Registered two scores against Santa Barbara and one against UC Davis in the Stanford Invitational ... Posted back-to-back games with goals at Hawaii and vs. Pacific.
Summer of 2001: Captain of her club team Navy Aquatics that won Junior Nationals in Indiana.
As a freshman in 2001: Tallied 15 goals on the season ... Named an Academic All-American and to the MPSF Academic All-Conference Team ... Posted a career-best three scores vs. Hartwick at the Santa Barbara Tournament ... Scored two goals in the Cardinal's 12-0 NCAA semifinal win over Brown ... Had two goals at Pacific and against Indiana, Slippery Rock and Michigan.
Winter of 2000: Captain of the U.S. National Youth Team that played in the North American Cup in Montreal, Canada ... Also named Most Valuable Offensive Player of the tournament.
High School: Competed for the Navy club team ... Selected to the 1999 and 2000 Youth Teams and 1998 U.S. Junior National Team ... Earned All-America honors 12 times with club team, including First-Team All-America honors at 2000 U.S. Junior Nationals ... 1998 and 2000 Junior Olympic Most Valuable Player ... Four-year letterwinner in swimming ... Captain of swimming team during senior year.
Personal: Born May 3, 1982, in Annapolis, Md. ... Daughter of Leslie and Stephen Faust ... Has two sisters, Whitney (22), and Hilary (18) ... Sister, Hilary is a freshman at Stanford ... Psychology and political science minor ... Plans to attend law school after graduation.