2005: A member of the first team All-BIG EAST ... Unanimously selected to the 15-member 2005 City 6 Field Hockey Team ... Named to the NFHCA first team All-Mid-Atlantic Region ... An NFHCA third team All-American ... Received NFHCA and BIG EAST Academic All-Star honors ... Started all 20 games ... Led the team with 21 goals and seven assists for 49 points ... Second in the BIG EAST in points, averaging 2.45 per game ... Second in the conference in goals per game, with 1.05 ... Scored a season-high three goals against Lehigh (Sept. 21) ... Knocked in multiple goals in five games ... Posted three of the Wildcats' six goals in the BIG EAST Tournament ... Had a season-best two assists twice, against Drexel (Sept. 7) and St. Joseph's (Sept. 19) ... Recorded five points with two goals and one assist against cross-city rival La Salle (Sept. 30).
2004: Established herself as one of the top forwards in the Big East, ranking fourth in the conference for total points (41) ... Earned second team All-BIG EAST status for her accomplishments ... Led all goal scorers with 18 tallies ... Also added five assists for a team-high 41 points ... Had six multiple-goal games, including a three-goal effort vs. Vermont on Aug. 28 ... Earned Big East Offensive Player of the Week honors twice, once on Aug 30. for her efforts in the team's wins over Vermont and Miami (OH) on Aug. 29, and the second time on Oct. 11 for her scoring two of Villanova's three goals in the win over No. 15 Syracuse on Oct. 8 and scoring the game-tying goal vs. No. 4 Duke on Oct. 10 ... Also scored two goals vs. William & Mary (Sept. 10), Rutgers (Sep. 25), Boston College (Oct. 15) and La Salle (Oct. 26) ... In conference only games, ranked third in the league for points scored, with 13 (six goals, one assist).
2003: Missed three games due to injury, but started the other 15, showcasing tremendous talent at forward ... Led the team with six assists, and added three goals for 12 points ... Scored two goals, including the first of her career, during a 4-3 loss at Delaware on Sept. 7 ... Her lone multiple-assist game was on Sept. 3 against Lafayette.
Bishop Eustace Prep: Earned four varsity letters in field hockey under head coach Alice Penza ... Two-time All-New Jersey honoree (2001, 2002) ... Four-time All-Conference and All-Parochial selection ... Team MVP (2000, 2001, 2002) ... School record holder in career goals (67) and goals in a game (5) ... 2003 Female Athlete of the Year award winner ... 2001 Regional All-American.
Personal: Communications major ... One of Robert and Kathleen Foster's four children ... Father played football at Trenton State ... Sister, Kelly, played field hockey at Ursinus (1994-1998) ... Born July 16, 1985 in Mount Holly, N.J.