* All-American *
As a Junior:
- IWLCA All-America second team.
- Member of U.S. national team.
- Made team at tryout camp following 2015 college season.
- IWLCA All West/Midwest Region first team
- All-MPSF first team
- MPSF All-Academic team
- Set school record for draw controls in a season (64)
- Tewaaraton Award nominee
- Stanford Player of the Year
- No. 3 in school history in career draw controls (125) and No. 4 in career caused turnovers (66).
- Broke school single-game record for goals (seven vs. Cal)
- MPSF Offensive Player of the Week (March 9)
- Following 2014 season, was: No. 14 Stanford career points (139)
- No. 11 Stanford career goals (107)
- No. 15 Stanford career groundballs (89)
- No. 4 Stanford career caused turnovers (66)
- No. 12 Stanford career draw controls (106)
- No. 4 Stanford season points (63)
- No. 4 Stanford season goals (48)
- No. 9 Stanford season shots (92)
- No. 5 Stanford season free-position shots (25)
- No. 1 Stanford season draw controls (64)
- No. 1 Stanford single-game goals (7, vs. Cal)
- No. 2 Stanford single-game goals (6, vs. Vanderbilt)
As a Sophomore:
- Second-team IWLCA All-West Region.
- Earned All-MPSF first-team honors.
- Named to Tewaaraton Award watch list.
- Scored 21 goals over a stretch of seven consecutive games played heading into the NCAA tournament.
- Scored multiple goals in all seven contests.
- MPSF Player of the Week.
- Appeared in and started 16 games.
- Second on the team in goals with 31.
- Fourth on the team in points with 40, and assists with nine.
- Controlled 32 draws, third best on the team.
- Scored 2:14 into sudden-death period to give Stanford an 11-10 victory at No. 14 Georgetown.
- Recorded 66 shots and 47 shots on goal.
- Second on team in caused turnovers, with 20.
- Scooped up 25 ground balls.
- Scored four goals in games against Oregon (April 11) and Notre Dame (March 29).
- Recorded three assists against Fresno State (March 5).
- Scored on a near full-field breakaway sprint against Saint Mary’s.
- Caused a season-high four turnovers against Notre Dame (March 29), tying her for the 10th highest total for a game in school history.
- She also scored the winning goal with 4:05 left in an 11-10 victory at the No. 6 Irish.
- Ranked No. 74 in the nation and No. 8 in the MPSF with 1.25 caused turnovers per game.
- Named to the MPSF All-Academic team.
As a Freshman in 2013:
- Earned second team All-MPSF honors.
- Named to the MPSF All-Tournament team.
- Finished the season second on the team with 22 caused turnovers and three game-winning goals.
- Led the team with three goals on five shots in Stanford's first NCAA Tournament victory over Notre Dame (May 10).
- Picked up two ground balls, scored a goal, claimed a draw control, and caused a turnover in the second round of the NCAA Tournament against Northwestern (May 12).
- Scored twice, picked up two draw controls and a ground ball, and caused a turnover in the MPSF Tournament final against Denver (May 4).
- Scored a goal, caused a turnover and claimed a draw control against Cal in her first MPSF Tournament semifinal (May 2).
- Picked up two ground balls, two draw controls and notched two points (1-1) against Cal (April 27).
- Named MPSF Rookie of the Week for the week of April 15-21.
- Scored a hat trick on four shots, picked up four ground balls and caused a turnover against San Diego State (April 21).
- Caused three turnovers, picked up three ground balls, claimed two draw controls and scored a goal against Oregon (April 19).
- Recorded two points on a goal and an assist, and picked up a ground ball against No. 4 Northwestern (April 14).
- Picked up three draw controls and scored a goal against Saint Mary's (April 10).
- Notched two goals, caused three turnovers, picked up two draw controls and a ground ball against No. 20 Denver (April 5).
- Scored four goals, picked up two ground balls and two draw controls against No. 19 James Madison.
- Recorded two points (1-1), two ground balls and two caused turnovers at Vanderbilt (March 26).
- Notched two goals, two ground balls, one assist, one draw control and caused a turnover against USC (March 8).
- Led Stanford with three caused turnovers and picked up three ground balls against No. 11 Georgetown (March 5).
- Scored twice and added two assists in a four-point effort against Harvard (Feb. 24).
- Tallied five draw controls against Harvard (Feb. 24).
- Scored a hat trick in first collegiate match against then-No. 9 Notre Dame (Feb. 16).
- Recorded first career ground ball against Notre Dame (Feb. 16).
- Played in all 20 matches and made 19 starts.
- A 2012 graduate of Kent Denver School in Denver, Colo.
- Captained her lacrosse team in 2011.
- State semi-finalist all four years.
- 2012 Sportswomen of Colorado Award Winner and 2011 Colorado Player of the Year.
- 2012 first team All-American.
- Two-time Harrow/NFHCA Regional All-American (2010, 2011).
- Four-time first team All-State selection.
- The first freshman ever selected to All-State first team.
- Only player in Colorado history to earn all-state first team honors and all-league honors all four years of high school.
- Selected to try out for U.S. Women's National U-19 team.
- Also competed in track and field.
- Played club lacrosse for Team 180 from 2008-2012.
- Daughter of Panayes and Riisa Dikeou.
- Mother Riisa played college field hockey and for the USAFH Development program.
- Grandfather, John Dikeou, owned the Denver Bears minor-league baseball team and was inducted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame.
- Her great grandfather was an All-America basketball player at Kentucky.
- Grandfather boxed at the University of Pennsylvania and Wharton.
- Grandmother played lacrosse at Brown and UNC-Pembroke.
- Has two older siblings, Remy and Pete, and one younger sibling, Chloe.
- Majoring in product design.