As a Junior in 2010: Played in 17 games, including making three starts ... scored 17 goals and added five assist for the season ... tied for third on the team with seven free-position goals ... scored the game-winning goal in the MPF tournament final, a 11-10 win over Denver in the final seconds (5/2) ... had a hat trick in the same game to clinch the NCAA play-in berth for Stanford ... also had a hat trick in a 14-9 win over Vanderbilt (3/7) ... season high two assist sin a 19-7 win over Davidson (3/4) ... recorded 19 draw controls on the season.
As a Sophomore in 2009: Started all 18 games for the Cardinal as an attacking midfielder ... fourth on the team in goals with 30 and tied for third in points with 40 ... tallied 10 assists in 2009 ... led Stanford with 94 shot and was second on the team with 60 shots on goal ... scored three goals and dished out two assists in an 18-13 win over Cal to capture the MPSF tournament title (4/26) ... named the MPSF Conference Tournament MVP ... had a hat trick in a 20-1 win over Fresno State (4/12).
As a Freshman in 2008: The MPSF Co-Newcomer of the Year ... Fourth on the team in goals, with 19 ... scored 11 of those goals as a reserve ... season point total of 27 was sixth on the team ... had collegiate-high games of three goals apiece against Boston University (4/6) and California (5/1) while coming off the bench ... was second in draw controls (22) and fourth in ground balls (18) ... converted 19 of her 34 shots on goal, for a .756 percentage ... had three games of four draw controls each.
High School: A 2007 graduate Sycamore High School in Cincinnati, Ohio ... lettered four years in lacrosse and basketball, and two years in soccer ... scored 133 goals and had 33 assists, for 166 points during her junior and senior years of lacrosse ... two-time first-team All-America selection ... team MVP ... won an Ohio state championship in 2007 and was named offensive MVP of the tournament ... a second team Southwest District Selection in basketball during junior season ... named a Cincinnati Division I basketball all-star during senior season.
Personal: Born in Cincinnati, Ohio ... daughter of Dan Nesbitt and Kathy Fromell ... older sister Jamie is a senior teammate at Stanford ... aspires to eventually work in design ... enjoys outdoor activities such as biking camping, reading and working out ... A 2010 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll honoree.