As a Junior in 2003: Missed the previous two seasons (2002, 2001) with knee injuries, but was healthy for the 2003 campaign and assumed her spot as one of the team leaders ... Played and started in all 18 games ... Scored 15 goals and added 11 assists for 26 points ... Her 11 assists ranked fourth on the team ... Also registered 36 ground balls and 18 draw controls ... Recorded two hat tricks on the season with the first coming in a 15-8 win over Saint Mary's (4/7) and the other in the Cardinal's 15-14 win over Cal (5/4) in the Mountain Pacific Lacrosse League (MPLL) championship game ... Enjoyed her best game in Stanford's 17-7 win over UMBC (3/31).
As a Freshman in 2000: Was one of only two freshman to play in all 17 games during the season... She scored 10 goals on the season and was one of the team's top offensive weapons.
High School: Named 1999 All-American for lacrosse ... Scored the winning goal during the California State Semi-finals in overtime off a FPSOG ... In addition to playing lacrosse, was a four-year letter-winner in soccer and tennis ... Captain of both lacrosse and soccer teams during her senior season.
Personal: Parents are Dr. Edward and Dr. Carol Cahill ... A Human Biology major ... Hobbies include horseback riding, soccer and photography ... Says her most exciting sports experience was watching Kenyans run the fastest 10K ever on U.S. soil.