2012: Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll for the second time...placed 6th at the Atlantic/South Regionals to advance to the NCAA Championships...placed 20th at NCAAs...posted a 63-12 record...her 63 wins were the most on the epee squad...helped lead the epee squad to a 22-7 record...went 11-1 at the Philadelphia Invitational...went 30-4 at the Northwestern Duals...posted a 12-3 record at the Duke Duals.
2011: Earned All-America honors for the second straight season after a 10th-place finish at the NCAA Championships...named to ACC Academic Honor Roll...went 12-11 at the national championships and posted a +10 touch differential...placed a career-best fourth at the Atlantic/South Regionals...led the Duke women’s epee squad in victories for the second straight year, finishing with a 57-12 record...won at least 14 bouts in three of Duke’s five meets...went 19-2 at the MIT Duals...went 14-1 at the season-opening Temple Duals and followed with another 14-1 performance at Penn State.
2010: Named All-America after taking 12th place at the NCAA Championships...the fourth Duke female fencer to earn All-America honors...NCAA Championship followed outstanding freshman season that included 54-17 regular season record...had the second most victories on the team behind only NCAA Runner-Up and Olympic bronze medalist Becca Ward...placed sixth at the Atlantic/South Regionals...went 21-5 at the Northwestern Duals...posted an 11-1 mark at the Duke Invitational...was a perfect 6-0 at the Penn State Duals.
Prep: Took third place in the 2009 Junior Olympics…notched eighth place at the 2009 Summer Nationals…took second at the 2008 Cadet World Cup in Bonn, Germany…won the Cadet World Cup in Heidenheim, Germany…won the 2008 Junior Team Championships…took 15th at the 2008 Cadet Worlds…Vice President of the National Honor Society…a member of the French Club and National Charity League…also a member of the French National Honor Society…a Five at Large Senior Class Representative…received 13 Student of the Quarter Awards.
Personal: Born January 30, 1991 in Seattle, Wash. … the daughter of David and Karen D’Agostino.