AS A SENIOR IN 2014
CCAA All-Academic ... One of six recipients of the Chancellor's Scholar-Athlete Award for having the highest grade-point averages among graduating seniors ... Competed in the javelin throw for the Tritons ... Threw a season-best distance of 115'1" at the San Diego Collegiate Challenge (3/15).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2013
CCAA All-Academic ... Participated in the javelin throw at CCAA, finishing in 10th place ... Earned a season-best mark at the Soka Peace Invitational with a third-place distance of 108’2”.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012
Competed in the javelin at the CCAA Championships, throwing a distance of 113'11" to finish fifth in her flight and eighth overall ... Earned a season best at the Soka Peace Invitational with a winning distance of 120'8" ... Was the runner-up in the javelin at the Mangrum Invitational, where she threw a length of 114'2" ... Made Triton debut in the javelin at the meet against Cal Poly Pomona and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, where she threw 103'4" to finish fourth ... Also finished fourth in the javelin at the Point Loma Collegiate Open upon throwing a distance of 110'1.75".
A 2010 graduate of Harvard-Westlake High School in Hollywood ... Named second-team all-league for both softball and basketball ... A member of the Wolverines' basketball team that won CIF twice during her junior and senior years (2009-10) and went on to become state champions with a record of 34-1 during her senior year (2010).
Born Jan. 1, 1992 in Los Angeles ... Parents are Jeffrey and Marlene Horowitz ... Has one younger brother named Alex ... Mathematics and economics joint major at Revelle College ... Career goal is to go to medical or business school after graduating from UCSD ... Most memorable moments in track and field are when she throws farther than she expects ... Working out and watching movies are among her hobbies ... Fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers ... Her brother is her favortie athlete ... Favorite flick is The Breakfast Club ... Loves sushi ... Her family and friends are her greatest influences.