As a Junior in 2003: Started all 18 games ... A key defender for the Cardinal in 2003 ... Named to the 2003 Mountain Pacific Lacrosse League All-Star team ... Led the team with 36 caused turnovers ... Her 36 caused turnovers rank as the most in a single season in program history ... Also registered 40 ground balls and three draw controls ... Recorded a season-high five caused turnovers in the Cardinal's 16-7 win over Brown (3/23) ... Registered four caused turnovers on three occasions (3/2 vs. Denver, 4/23 vs. Cal, 5/3 vs. UC Davis).
As a Sophomore in 2002: Played and started in 16 of Stanford's 18 games ... In her first two seasons on The Farm, she tallied 42 caused turnovers ... Led the team with 27 caused turnovers, the fourth most in a single season in school history ... Also accounted for 23 ground balls and seven draw controls.
As a freshman in 2001: She was an integral part of the Cardinal defense starting in 17 games and recording 25 ground balls over the season ...She notched five ground balls in the Cardinal's win over Denver and registered five caused turnovers against UC Davis ... She also posted 12 draw controls, which placed her at 10th in the school record book.
High School: A New England All-Star in both basketball and lacrosse from Hotchkiss School in Illinois ... Winner of the Bill Raule Athletic Award, presented to the school's female athlete who has given the most to the athletic department ... Her team won the New England Championship in field hockey with an undefeated record her junior year, and followed it with another undefeated season ... Lettered in lacrosse, field hockey and basketball ... Captain of basketball team for two years and lacrosse team for one year.
Personal: Parents are Ann and John Grube ... Majoring in History with a minor in Political Science, she is interested in pursuing a career in sales and marketing ... This past summer, she interned in London and spent the Fall quarter studying in Florence, Italy ...Hobbies are running and horse-back riding, also enjoys traveling.