* NCAA National Champion (2018)
* College Cup Most Outstanding Player on Offense (2018)
* College Cup All-Tournament Team (2018)
* ACC Tournament MVP (2018)
* ACC All-Tournament Team (2018)
* Appeared in all 27 games for the Seminoles as a forward, one of four players to appear in every game.
* Recorded seven goals and two assists this season, with six of her goals coming against ranked opponents including three total against No. 3 North Carolina in the ACC Championship and NCAA National Championship games.
* Scored the lone goal in the NCAA National Championship in the Seminoles 1-0 victory over the Tar Heels to win their second national title.
* Registered the Seminoles’ first two goals over North Carolina and assisted on Kristina Lynch’s game-winner in the ACC Championship Game in route to Florida State’s sixth conference title.
* Her five points against the Tar Heels on November 4 marked the second time that an opponent had ever scored that many points against UNC in the history of their program, matching Notre Dame’s Michele Weissenhofer on November 24, 2007.
* Tallied five of her seven goals in the months of November and December in pursuit of the Seminoles’ 2018 ACC and NCAA National Championships, earning the nickname “Miss November” and then “Miss December” from her head coach Mark Krikorian.
* Tied for second on the team in goals scored with Yujie Zhao, both trailing Deyna Castellanos’ ten goals.
* Trailed only Olivia Bergau and Alexa Orrante in shot on goal percentage with a .533, with 16 of her 30 shots on frame.
* Recorded a goal and assist in the Seminoles first road win of the season at Wisconsin on August 23.
* Closed the scoring for the Seminoles with her second goal of the season in their 3-0 victory over Middle Tennessee (August 26).
* Appeared in 20 games and made 12 starts as a forward and midfielder in 2017, including eight starts against ACC opponents.
* Set career highs offensively with 19 points on eight goals and three assists, scoring either a goal or recording an assist in 11 games his season.
* Finished second on the team in goals scored and points, trailing All-American Deyna Castellanos’ 19 goals and 41 points.
* Had a team-high .760 shot on goal percentage, with 19 of her 26 shots on frame in 2017, as well as eight of them finding the back of the net.
* Scored goals in back-to-back games at Louisville (September 21) and at Virginia Tech (September 24).
* Assisted on Kaycie Tillman’s game-winning goal against NC State on September 29.
* Tallied the final FSU goal as the Seminoles earned a 2-0 win on the road over No. 10 Florida on October 12.
* Opened the scoring in FSU’s 2-1 in over Pitt on October 22 with a goal in the 18th minute.
* Defensively helped the Noles post eight shutouts, including two in the NCAA Tournament.
* Averaged 57 minutes played per game, and posted a season-high 89 minutes on the road at Louisville.
* Participated in 20 games, earning a start in 12 games in 2016, including four versus ranked opponents– No. 17 UConn, No. 2 Virginia, No. 4 Duke and No. 16 North Carolina.
* Played a season high of 97 minutes against Duke, finishing her season with a new career high of 1151 minutes played.
* Assisted on Megan Connolly’s game-winner at Middle Tennessee on August 28
* Scored her first goal of the season in the 61st minute against Wake Forest on September 22
* Recorded the only goal of the game in a 2-1 loss at Boston College on October 6.
* Tallied a season-high three shots in her first game of the season at Vanderbilt, as well as versus ACC opponents Pitt and Louisville.
* Played in 21 games during her freshman season as the Seminoles advanced to the College Cup for the fifth season in a row.
* Earned five starts, including on the road at No. 7 Virginia Tech and No. 2 Virginia.
* Finished with 830 minutes on the pitch, including a season-high 99 minutes at Virginia Tech on October 22.
* Recorded seven points on three goals and an assist.
* Was a member of the best freshman team in the nation, as the eight FSU freshmen combined for 89 points on 29 goals and 31 assists, which was 35 points more than the second-place team Texas A&M (54).
* Scored her first career goal at UNC Greensboro, giving the Noles a 3-0 lead with a goal in the 69th minute.
* Had her first multi-point game against Pitt on October 3, scoring a goal in the 38th minute and assisting on the final goal of the game from Berglind Thorvaldsdottir in the 90th minute.
* Posted a goal against NC State on October 8, finishing a passing combination from Megan Campbell and Carson Pickett.
* Played in all four home NCAA Tournament games, averaging over 30 minutes per match.
* Registered the second-highest shot on goal percentage on the team as five of her nine shots on the season were on frame (.556).
* Played four years at St. Thomas Aquinas High School
* Earned a spot on the All-Broward County Team her sophomore, junior and senior seasons
* 2014 Broward County Player of the Year
* 2015 FHSAA 5A Player of the Year
* Three-time FHSAA State Champions – 2012, 2014 and 2015
* Named to the Honor Roll all four years of high school
* Earned 2014 All-America Second Team honors from TopDrawerSoccer.com
* Played for the Sunrise Sting
* Two-time winner of the Region 3 Championship
* Three-time state champion
* Daughter of Ted and Larissa Dorosy
* Majoring in Political Science
* Aspires to become a lawyer