Commissioner's Honor Roll (Both
2011: Played ten games, starting seven, logging 512:40 in the Skyhawks cage. Posted a 3.00 goals against average and .645 save percentage with two shutouts, while averaging 4.0 saves per game. Played three games, starting one, posting a 1.73 goals against average and .750 save percentage in NE-10 play. Posted her first career shutout with five stops in win over American International (9/6). Notched two saves in just under 15 minutes of play against Merrimack (10/1). Stopped two shots to preserve a one goal win in a key late season matchup with Saint Michael's (10/22). Saved two shots in shutout win at Franklin Pierce in NE-10 Tournament first round (10/26). Made a career-high nine saves against UMass Lowell in NE-10 Tournament semifinals (10/28).
2010: Athletic Director's Honor Roll Spring Semester. NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters. Played 41:56 over four games, making two saves. Didn't register a save in 20-plus scoreless minutes of work in shutout victory over Assumption (9/8). Posted a save in just over five scoreless minutes of relief against UMass Lowell (10/27).
2009: Saw 60 minutes in goal over two games in her rookie year, making three saves.
High School: 2009 graduate of Acton-Boxborough High School. Four-year letterwinner for coach Mae Shoemaker, serving as starting goalkeeper her last three years. Team captured Massachusetts State Championship in 2007. Two-time League All-Star. "Best of 60 in Massachusetts" honoree. Earned Lowell Sun All-Scholastic honors. Collected MetroWest Daily News Player of the Week honors. Played four years of club field hockey with Lead the Way, three years with Cape Ann Coalition.
Personal: Born August 3, 1991, in Lowell, Mass. Daughter of Joe and Lisa Curtis of Acton, Mass. Has a sister, Lisa (34), who played field hockey at Maine, and a brother, Michael (31). Majoring in history. Supports the Boston Bruins. Lists Wes Welker as a favorite athlete.Greatest sports moment so far as a 3-1 win over North Andover High in the Division I North final after they had knocked Acton-Boxborough out of the playoffs the previous year.