AS A SOPHOMORE (2013)
Named to the All-MPSF First Team
Garnered MPSF All-Academic honors
Second on the team in goals with 28
Scored three times at Fresno State, also amassing four draw controls
Notched five goals vs. Saint Mary's and added three more vs. UC Davis
Converted on 12 of her 14 free-position attempts, which ranked third in the conference
Tallied four goals, three draws, a ground ball and a caused turnover vs. Stanford
Scored twice against Fairfield, Stetson,Oregon and Denver, converting on both of her free position attempts against the Ducks. Also secured her first assist of the season at Oregon
AS A FRESHMAN (2012)
Garnered MPSF All-Tournament honors after scoring three goals in Cal's 14-11 loss to Oregon in the MPSF semifinals.
Appeared in all 16 games, starting 14 of them, notching seven points (six goals, one assist), 26 ground ball which tied for the team best, 16 caused turnovers and converted all three of her free-position shots.
HIGH SCHOOL SUCCESS
Graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Westminster School.
Garnered high school All-America honors in 2011 and honorable mention All-America honors in 2010.
Played varsity lacrosse for four years for Westminster, and captained her team as a junior and senior; also her team's MVP in 2010 and 2011.
Also played varsity soccer (4 years; senior captain in 2010) and varsity ice hockey (3 years); her ice hockey team won the New England championship in 2010 and 2011.
Born on March 28, 1993, in Hartford, Conn.
Recently traveled to Ecuador on a service trip, helping build a medical facility high in the Andes Mountains and delivered much-needed medical care to remote areas.
Parents are Peter and Jay Christman.
Her uncle, Paul Laird, previously attended Cal.
Siblings are Peter (24), Carson (21) and Eliza (13).
Both brothers have played collegiate lacrosse: Peter Christman played at Notre Dame (2005-09), while Carson is currently a senior on the Colorado College team.