|High School:||Redwood HS|
2013: Limited to two games due to injury ... had two draw controls and one caused turnover on Feb. 24 against Cincinnati.
2012: Participated in 18 games … had a total of seven goals and four assists … had a career-high two assists vs. Navy in the NCAA Play-In Game on May 5 … tied her career-high of five groundballs in one season … took nine shots on goal and tallied a total of 11 points in the 2012 season...tabbed to MPSF All-Academic list.
2011: Limited to two games on the year due to injury…Scored a goal in Oregon’s 15-9 win over Jacksonville (2/27) while also notching one ground ball and one draw control.
2010: Scored one goal in MPSF-season opening win at Fresno State ... Recorded a season-high six draw controls at Hofstra (3/22) ... Had one goal and one assist in Oregon's 15-11 over Iona (3/13) ... Made her first career start in the season opener against Jacksonville (2/13) where she tallied two points on one goal and one assist.
2009: Appeared in seven games as a true freshman ... recorded shots vs. UC Davis (Feb. 14), at St. Mary's (April 19) and vs. Fresno State (April 24) in the MPSF tourney ... also posted two ground balls and caused two turnovers against the Bulldogs in the MPSF quarterfinals.
High School: A 2008 graduate of Redwood High School in Larkspur, Calif. ... was a three-sport athlete for the Giants, playing one year of basketball, while earning four varsity letters in golf and lacrosse ... for head lacrosse coach Kendra Mesa played in the midfield and was named the Marin County Athletic League Player of the Year as well as an US Lacrosse All-American after scoring 68 goals and adding 40 assists her senior year ... led Redwood HS to back-to-back MCAL championships in 2007 and 2008 ... scored six goals against rival Marin Catholic to win the title by the narrow score of 12-11 ... was named to the Pacific first team and was also named her team MVP three times ... also wore the captain’s arm band for two seasons ... on the golf course was the No. 1 player for the Giants for three seasons ... also earned three team MVP honors ... was named first team all-MCAL ... for her athletic efforts was named the 2008 Don Kreps Female Athlete of the Year for Redwood HS ... in the classroom was a four-year member of the National Honors Society ... also is a California Scholarship Federation Lifetime member ... played three years of club lacrosse for NorCal Elite and head coach Theresa Sterry.
Personal: Parents are Richard and Diane Christiansen ... major is business.