A 2012 graduate of Interlake High School in Bellevue, Wash. ... Made U.S. Fencing All-Academic First Team in back-to-back years (2011-12) ... Medaled in silver and bronze in junior women's team foil and senior women's team foil, respectively, at U.S. Fencing Summer Nationals (2012) ... Earned a silver medal in team epee at Ray Coates Team Tournament in Bellevue, Wash. ... Twice was champion of the Western Washington Junior Women's Three Weapon Tournament (2010 and 2012) ... Was the champion of the Women's Pacific Northwest Sectional Sabre Champion (2010) ... Won two gold medals in Division II Regional Open Circuit (ROC) tournament (2011) ... Earned two silver medals in D-II ROC in consecutive years, including a silver in the epee (2011-12) ... Additionally won a pair of bronze medals in Division I-A ROC Women's Foil and Epee within the same year (2011) ... As a finalist, finished eighth in D-II North American Cup in women's foil and renewed her "C" ranking ... Labeled as the Top "D"-ranked (2009) and "E"-ranked fencer (2010) at the Rain City Internal Championship ... Reached "C" ranking in 2011 ... Awarded silver medal in women's foil and sabre at Washington State Games (2010) ... Received the bronze medal at the Northwest Senior Games in mixed foil (2010) ... Also competed as an equestrian.
Born Dec. 23, 1993 in Redmond, Wash. ... Mother is Maria Marshall ... Has an older brother named Colin ... Majors in marine biology at Muir College ... Winning eighth-place medal in women's foil at D-II North American Cup is her most memorable moment ... Enjoys playing the flute and reading in her spare time ... The Long Shot is her favorite movie ... Payphone by Maroon 5 is on her iPod ... Could eat chocolate for the rest of her life if she had to ... Beezie Madden is her favorite athlete ... Her greatest influences are her mom and her coach Steve Colton ... Played for Rain City Fencing Center before and throughout her high school years (2007-12).