|Hometown:||Rehoboth Beach, Del.|
|High School:||Cape Henlope|
2008 SoccerBuzz All-Mid-Atlantic Freshman Team
As a junior (2010): Snapped a 22-game goal-less drought with the Terps' third goal in 6-0 season-opening win over Iona (8/20) ... also had two assists vs. the Gaels to total four points in the match ... played 65 minutes in 3-2 win over Missouri (8/22) ... scored her second goal of the season, giving the Terps a 1-0 lead, in 3-1 win at Tennessee (8/27) ... four shots in 63 minutes vs. the Lady Vols ... one shot in 54 minutes in 4-0 win over Kennesaw State (8/29) ... one shot in 59 minutes in 2-0 win over Stony Brook (9/5) ... two shots in 49 minutes in 3-2 win at Seton Hall (9/8) ... assisted Ashley Grove's goal in 4-1 win over Delaware (9/12) ... had two shots in 65 minutes vs. the Blue Hens ... three shots in 74 minutes in 2-1 overtime win over George Mason (9/17) ... four shots in 74 minutes in 1-1 tie with No. 14 Duke (9/26) ... scored the game's first goal in 3-2 win over No. 6 Virginia (9/30) ... had two shots in 78 minutes vs. the Cavaliers ... one shot in 76 minutes in 1-0 loss at Virginia Tech (10/3) ... one shot in 90 minutes in 2-1 win at No. 2 Boston College (10/7) ... missed the NC State game due to illness ... two shots in 64 minutes in 4-0 shutout of Clemson (10/14) ... three shots in 85 minutes in 2-1 loss at Wake Forest (10/21) ... played 74 minutes of historic 2-1 win at No. 2 North Carolina (10/24) ... played all 90 minutes in 2-1 win over No. 8 Florida State (10/28) ... headed in the game-winning goal in 2-1 win over Miami (10/31) ... two shots in 58 minutes vs. the Hurricanes ... played 74 minutes in 1-0 shutout of Duke (11/3) in the ACC quarterfinals ... put three of four shots on goal in 1-0 overtime win over No. 18 Boston College (11/5) in the ACC semifinals ... played 70 minutes vs. the Eagles ... assisted Ashley Grove's goal in 1-1 tie with Wake Forest (11/7) in ACC championship game ... played all 110 minutes vs. the Demon Deacons with one shot ... two shots in 56 minutes in 4-1 win over High Point (11/12) in first round of NCAA tournament ... limited to just 46 minutes due to the flu in 1-1 tie with Georgetown (11/14) in second round of NCAA tournament.
As a sophomore (2009): Moved from forward to midfield in the preseason ... assisted Sade Ayinde's first goal in 5-2 win over Loyola (9/1) ... two assists, on goals by Danielle Hubka and Molly Dreska, in 4-0 win at Duke (10/4) ... assisted Caitlin McDowell's goal in 2-2 tie at Virginia (10/8) ... assisted on Danielle Hubka's goal in 3-1 win over No. 6 Virginia Tech (10/11) ... two shots in 3-0 win at Clemson (10/22) ... missed the 3-1 loss to No. 11 Wake Forest (10/29) due to illness ... came off the bench for the first time this season in 1-0 loss to No. 4 North Carolina (11/1).
As a freshman (2008): Two goals, including the game-winner, in her collegiate debut, a 5-0 win over George Mason (8/23) ... assisted Kaila Sciascia's second goal in 3-2 loss to Bucknell (8/31) ... assisted Colleen Deegan's first career goal in 2-0 win over Temple (9/7) ... career high five points on two goals, including the game-winner, and an assist in 10-0 win over Mount St. Mary's (9/21) ... three shots in 1-0 win over Miami (10/5) ... assisted Annesia Faulkner's goal in 3-2 overtime loss to No. 9 Virginia (10/16) ... tallied her third game-winning goal of the year with the lone score in 1-0 win over Clemson (10/30).
Before Maryland: Enrolled in Maryland in January after completing high school early ... trained with the Terps during the spring semester ... currently a member of the US U18 National pool ... invited to the February U18 National Training Camp where she scored three goals and added an assist in two matches at forward ... also invited to the April camp, but did not attend to concentrate on final exams ... named a member of the US U18 Women's National Team Foreign Training Camp ... traveled to Europe on a nine-day training trip in July 2008 ... scored three goals to lead the US team to a 3-0 record on the trip with two victories over the Danish U19 team and one over the English U19 squad ... rated among the top 150 recruits in the nation by Soccer Buzz ... an exceptional talent from Cape Henlopen High School ... three-time all-state honoree ... member of the Region I ODP team ... plays for the AC Diablos in the Women's Premier Soccer League ... scored eight goals for the Diablos to lead them to the Mid-Atlantic Conference title and the Eastern Championship game ... chose Maryland over Boston College, Connecticut and Villanova.
Personal: Daughter of David and Christine Hastings ... younger sister of Turner ... older sister of Will ... majoring in civil engineering.