• Shared the Don '35 and Margaret Radasch Award with Jessica Frieder
Started in the final game of the regular season at Harvard on April 25…Served as an invaluable member of the team and staff in her final season in Hanover, earning her a share of the Don '35 and Margaret Radasch Award, presented to the player who exemplifies extraordinary dedication, true coachability and an unselfish attitude throughout the season.
2011-13: Worked as a student manager and student volunteer assistant coach.
Before Dartmouth: Four-year varsity lacrosse and ice hockey player for Lexington, captaining both teams as a senior ... Middlesex League All-Star in lacrosse three times including first team honors as a junior and senior ... Played on the Eastern Lower New England Team Two at the National Tournament in 2009 ... Tabbed a Class of 2010 All-Galaxy Team honoree as a sophomore ... Lexington Lacrosse Rotary Award winner in 2010 ... Led the hockey team to the Middlesex League Championship in 2010 and was a two-time Middlesex League All-Star ... Played club for Revolution Lacrosse.
Personal: Daughter of Michael and Janice Williams ... Has one brother ... Mother, Janice, played field hockey and lacrosse at Plymouth State ... Has been slalom skiing since the age of five.
What drew you to the Dartmouth Lacrosse Program?
The girls on the team. Every time I visited I could see how much they loved Dartmouth, loved each other, and loved playing for this program. Their happiness was so genuine.
What is your favorite Dartmouth Lacrosse moment?
Beating Maryland freshmen year. Everyone was so loose and confident, and we stuck it to them. Such an amazing day!
What has been your favorite class while at Dartmouth?
Developmental psychology. The professor was excellent, and I love working with younger children, so I found the material really interesting.
As a little kid what did you want to be when you grew up?
I was between an interior designer and a dolphin trainer. Can you get more random?
What is the best part about a Dartmouth Lacrosse road trip?
Being with the team on the bus and coming up with ridiculous ways to entertain ourselves.