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2011-12: All-Northeast-10 Conference Second Team (#2 Doubles w/Jacquelyn Harrow). Athletic Director Honor Roll (Fall Semester). NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Both Semesters).
2010-11: Athletic Director's Honor Roll Spring Semester. NE-10 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll. Saw limited action, competing in two dual matches. Posted an 8-0 win at No. 5 singles in a 9-0 win at American International (4/4). Teamed up with Sarah Hickey for an 8-2 triumph at No. 3 doubles in 9-0 victory over Tiffin (3/16).
2009-10: Competed in ten matches and posted a combined 9-2 record in singles and doubles play. Was 8-2 overall for doubles, combining with Leah White for a 6-1 record and posting 5-0 clip in NE-10 matches. Won her lone singles match with a 6-0, 6-2 decision at No. 3 in a 9-0 win at American International (4/15). She and White reached the B-doubles semifinals at the Salve Regina Grass Courts Invitational at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R.I.
2008-09: Appeared in five singles matches. Went 4-1, including a perfect 4-0 in NE-10 play. Appeared in seven doubles matches. Went 4-3 in doubles action, including 2-1 in NE-10 play.
High School: 2008 graduate of Saint Thomas Aquinas High School. Four-year letterwinner, serving as team captain her sophomore, junior and senior year. Team MVP her senior year. Foster's Daily Democrat High School Tennis Player of the Year in 2008. N.H. state champion in 2008. A four-year letterwinner in ice hockey, serving as team captain her sophomore, junior and senior year. Also participated in soccer and rowing.
Personal: Born June 3, 1990, in Kilua, Hawaii. Daughter of Barbara Green of York, Maine. Has a brother, Jake (21). Her mother rowed for Michigan State University, and her grandfather played ice hockey at Michigan State. Majoring in environmental studies and political science. Her hobbies includes hiking, pond ice-skating, snowboarding, and reading. Her greatest sports moment was beating Queens College at the NCAA Regional Tournament (2009). Career goal is for the team to win the NE-10's and the NCAA's. Favorite athlete is Roger Federer.