|Hometown:||Bel Air, Md.|
|High School:||John Carroll School|
AS A SENIOR IN 2013: Started all 17 games…scored 18 goals…dished seven assists…recorded 25 points…had a season-high four goals against ODU…dished a season-best three assists against St. Bonaventure…picked up 16 ground balls, including a season-high four against William & Mary…had 16 draw controls, including three against No. 3 UNC…second on the team with 10 caused turnovers.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2012: Appeared in 18 games, earning 18 starts...recorded two goals on the season...recorded 22 ground balls on the season, with a season-best five against Duquesne in the A-10 Tournament...recorded two draw controls in four games...caused 10 turnovers with a season-high three against William & Mary.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011: Appeared in nine games, earning five starts...suffered season-ending injury missing last part of season...scored a goal against Duke...tallied an assist against Duke...took two shots...had seven ground balls...recorded three draw controls...had five caused turnovers.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010: Appeared in 16 games, earning 14 starts...scored first collegiate goal against #2 Maryland...scored three goals, dished two assists for five points...recorded 13 shots, nine of which were on goal...recorded seven ground balls, including a season-high two against #5 Duke and James Madison...recorded 13 draw controls, including a career-high three draws against GW...caused four turnovers.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letter winner and starter in lacrosse... selected to Baltimore Under Armour Underclassmen Team as a sophomore...first team All-Harford County as a sophomore and junior...first team All-Digital Sports as a junior...captain and Academic All-American for senior season...in soccer, three-year letterer and two-year starter...honorable mention All-Harford County as a junior...lettered two years in varsity indoor soccer...led team to first ever IAAM "A" Conference Championship.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Mike and Mary Lisa Zoltoski...has one younger brother, Matthew (15)...member of the National Honor Society...won the State of Maryland Merit Scholastic Award (awarded to those graduation in top five percent of class).