|High School:||Housatonic Valley Regional (Rutgers)|
As a Junior in 2011:
Played in 11 games for the Bobcats and started in nine… Recorded one shot on net in a 2-2 tie against Canisius on Aug. 28th.
Attended Rutgers University in 2009 and 2010, where she played soccer for two years, prior to transferring to Quinnipiac… Appeared in 16 games at Rutgers… Helped organize and fundraise for “Soccer for Life,” a Honduran youth soccer project that collects soccer equipment for children in Honduras… Attended Housatonic Valley Regional High School, where she was a four-year letter winner in soccer and a two-year varsity member of the track team… Helped lead her high school soccer team to a Berkshire League Championship in 2007… Was named All-league all four years and All-State in 2006, 2007 and 2008 in soccer… Was voted the Number One Player in the League in 2008… Was selected captain and Most Valuable Player in 2008… Totaled 48 goals and 45 assists in her career at Housatonic Valley Regional… Qualified for the State Championships in track in 2007 and 2008 in the 100-meters, 200-meters and 4x100-meter relay… Received the Guidance Award in her junior year… Earned the Clyde Skelly Award and Edward Kirby Award in 2009 as a senior… Also, played for the CFC and WPSL Passion club teams… Won the State Cup Championship on Yankee United in 2007 and on CFC for three-straight years between 2008-10… Played for the Connecticut ODP team between 2004-09… Was a Region One ODP Player between 2006-08… Played in the 2009 Inter-Regional’s in Stockton, Calif.… Was selected as a USL All-tournament Defender in the U-20 National Championships in 2008.
A native of Sharon, Conn.… Daughter of Walter and Joan Yahn… Mother, Joan, played field hockey and lacrosse at Hartwick College… Aunt, Mary Jane, played soccer at Messiah College… Grandfather, William Wetmore, was on the Harvard University crew team… Has two younger siblings, Ellie and Willy... Majoring in psychology.