- High School/Other
- Seton Keough
- Catonsville, Md.
General: Ranks seventh all-time at Tech with 57 career caused turnovers and eighth with 87 career draw controls.
2012: Started all 17 games … Had an assist and grabbed a ground ball against Columbia … Scored a goal in both games against Maryland … Won four draws at No. 4 Maryland … Had three goals and an assist while scooping up seven ground balls and causing three turnovers against Longwood … Won two draws and scored two goals against Liberty … Scored two goals in the final five minutes and three in the game to help the Hokies defeat Old Dominion … Put away three goals at Mt. St. Mary’s … Had one assist against No. 4 Duke … Scored a goal and caused two turnovers at No. 18 Boston College … Tallied four scores against UC Davis … Caused three turnovers and put away two goals at No. 13 James Madison … Won six draws and buried one shot against William & Mary … Caused four turnovers and tallied four points byway of one goal and three assists against High Point.
2011: Played in all 18 games, starting 17 … Picked up two ground balls against Boston College in the ACC Tournament … Scored a goal against Longwood … Caused two turnovers and scooped up four ground balls at Lehigh … Buried three goals and assisted another at No. 11 Virginia … Scored two goals, caused two turnovers and picked up two ground balls at Liberty … Tallied three goals and assisted one more against Old Dominion … Put away one goal at No. 3 Duke, against No. 16 Boston College and at American … Scored four goals and caused two turnovers against George Washington … Tallied a career high seven goals in the home opener against George Mason, including the first four goals of the game … Scored two goals at Davidson … Put away three goals at Presbyterian College … Scored three goals and won four draw controls at High Point.
2010: Played in 16 games, making 12 starts … Picked up three ground balls and assisted a goal in the ACC Tournament against No. 4 Virginia … Scored four goals and won four draw controls against Longwood … Tallied a season-high six goals, adding two assists against American … Scored three goals and assisted another against No. 5 Virginia … Assisted a goal and scored two of her own against Old Dominion and Davidson … Buried a goal against No. 18 William & Mary and George Mason … Scooped up a ground ball and won three draw controls in the first game of the season against Drexel.
2009: Started all 17 games for the Hokies … Finished the season with 10 goals, which tied her for third on the team, and two assists … Picked up a season-high three ground balls against Old Dominion … Scored a season-high three goals against Boston College … Notched her season-high of three points after netting two goals and assisting one.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Seton Keough … Named team MVP senior year while serving as team captain… Played six years of club lacrosse for Hero’s 2008 … Ran cross country … Cross country team won IAAM championship in 2006 … Member of the National Honor Society … Earned Silver Honors all four years of high school.
Personal: Born on Jan. 18, 1990, in Baltimore, Md. … Daughter of Doug and Maureen Widlake … Has two brothers, D.J. and Garrett, and one sister, Bennett … Brother D.J. plays lacrosse at the University of Delaware … Majoring in business.