Team captain ... second on Bucknell career saves list (742).
2006: Shared team's Lynn Kachmarik Award with classmate Mallory Sullivan ... started 30 of 31 games and made 226 saves ... third consecutive year over 200 saves ... played 829 of 906 possible minutes ... recorded save percentage of .542 ... fifth on team with 19 assists ... recorded at least 10 saves 11 times ... had a stretch of four consecutive contests in double figures in saves ... season-high 14 saves came in 9-7 league victory over George Washington ... allowed three goals or less on seven occasions ... three games with three steals ... netted second career goal against George Washington ... two games with season-high three assists.
2005: Named to CWPA All-Conference First Team ... broke own single-season save percentage mark by stopping 61.1 percent of shots faced ... tallied 237 saves ... allowed just 151 goals while playing in 28 games ... equaled career high with 14 saves against San Diego State ... tallied 10 games with at least 10 saves ... added 12 assists and 16 steals from goalkeeper position ... shared team's Vicki Groman Award with Cody Keffer.
2004: Claimed starting goalie position first game and didn't relinquish the spot ... joined Meg Blitzer as the only two Bison to start every game ... 279 saves in goal ranks as second-best effort in Bucknell history ... .560 save percentage was best single-season mark at Bucknell ... allowed just 219 goals (6.4 per game) ... season-high 14 saves came in final game of season, a 7-6 win over George Washington ... registered 12 assists from goalkeeper position ... also scored one goal.
Personal/H.S.: Daughter of Susan and Roosevelt Bynum ... graduated from Leland High School ... earned nine varsity letters in high school ... four-year letterwinner in soccer, three in track and field, and two in water polo ... two-year captain of her water polo team ... was an all-state participant in the shot put ... two-year all-league member in water polo ... uncle, Larry D'Amico, played football at Bucknell ... majoring in English and political science