As a Junior in 2008: Has played in every game since she arrived at Stanford ... has proven to be valuable on the fastbreak ... uses her speed well to track down ground balls ... was third on the team with 21 ground balls ... also won 11 draw controls ... made eight starts, including the MPSF semifinal and final victories ... had four ground balls and caused two turnovers at William and Mary (3/25) ... second consecutive MPSF All-Academic honor.
As a Sophomore in 2007: Appeared in all 17 matches ... recorded collegiate season-high of seven goals ... scored twice in Stanford's 8-2 MPSF Tournament semifinal win over Oregon (5/5) ... forced four ground balls in 11-8 win over California (4/21 ... second on the team with 13 ground balls and fourth with 17 draw controls ... also finished with five caused turnovers ... earned MPSF All- Academic honors.
As a Freshman in 2006: Appeared in all 18 matches ... added six goals, with a goal-scoring streak of four games midway through the season ... scored team's first goal against No. 1 Northwestern (3/25) ... recorded a season-high three ground balls against Saint Mary's ... added a key goal to tie the match against Loyola, in the first half ... finished with 14 ground balls, five caused turnovers and seven draw controls.
High School: Played lacrosse, soccer and basketball at Lincoln School in Providence, R.I. ... named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American following her senior season ... an Academic All-American as a junior ... was a three-time first-team all-state selection by the Providence Journal ... named to the South Eastern New England Independent Schools team all four years ... served as captain as a senior in all three sports.
Personal: Parents are Alan and Ann Perlman ... hobbies outside of lacrosse include playing badminton and being with friends.