2014-15: Played in 25 games with 25 starts...avereaged 7.8 points and 6.6 rebounds per game...scored in double figures in eight games...scored a season-high 13 points on two occasions, shot 5-of-9 in a 72-69 win over UMFK (1/19/15) and then 4-of-6 shooting in a 62-60 win at Lyndon State (2/6/15)...recorded two double-doubles: UMFK (13 points, 11 rebounds) and Husson (10 points, 13 rebounds)
2013-2014: Played in 24 games with 23 starts...averaged 8.1 points and 5.2 rebounds...scored at least 10 points in eight games last season, scored a career-high 16 points on 7-of-8 shooting at Colby (1/4), dropped 14 points at Lyndon St. (2/7) and in the NAC Quarterfinal against Maine Maritime, added 13 points in two of the team's first three games, scored 12 points at Green Mountain (1/25) on 5-of-6 shooting and 2-2 from the charity stripe and 12 points at Husson (2/19)
2012-13: Played in all 26 games… averaged 4.5 points and 3.2 rebounds… scored in double-digits on two occasions, scoring 11 points at Saint Joseph’s, Maine (11/20) and matching that total at Lyndon State (1/5)… she went 7-of-8 at the line in the Saint Joseph’s game, and was 4-of-7 from the field and 3-of-3 at the stripe in the road win at Lyndon State.
Favorite Team: Dallas Mavericks
High School: Three-sport captain at Winslow High School… earned First Team and Second Team All-KVAC honors in girls’ basketball... named to the KVAC’s All-Rookie Team as a freshman...Youth Maine Sports Hall of Fame Nominee...Service Award...First and Second Team All-Conference for Basketball...Steven V. Belanger Memorial Leadership Award...Robert Nixon Scholar Athlete Award...member of National Honor Society
Hobbies/Activities/Summer Work: Admissions Ambassador...Mt. Blue Middle School Boys Soccer Coach...Mt. Blue Youth Girls Basketball Coach...UMF Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) President...NAC SAAC President...substitute teacher...nanning, reading, spending time with friends and family...Coaching Camps and Clinics
Personal: Daughter of John and Beth Ferry… majoring in secondary education, concentration in English.
Why UMF? "Teaching and coaching have been my passions since I was a little girl. UMF is known for its prestigious education and coaching programs, therefor educationally, selecting UMF was a no-brainer. The small class size, personable professors, and community-orientated nature made this school a perfect match for the type of college I wanted to attend. However, the best part about UMF is the amazing opportunities I have to further myself academically, athletically, and
personally. I definitely made the right decision."
Post UMF Plans: "Come May, I hope to be immersed in what makes me happy. Whether in Maine, all over the U.S, or abroad, I hope to have an adventure while doing some good for other people. I want to travel and explore as much as I can before I look to settle down in the educational field—both teaching and coaching."