2014: Was a co-captain for the second consecutive season...played in all 17 games for the team, starting 15...scored a season-high five points in the Jaspers 18-2 win over Delaware State on March 15...finished the year with five goals and five assists...all five of her goals came on free position attempts, of which she went 5-14 on the season...collected 14 ground balls...ranked tied for fifth on the team with nine caused turnovers...named to the MAAC All-Academic Team.
2013: Was a co-captain as a junior starting all 17 games...tied for the team high in points (25) while leading the squad in goals (22)...also set career highs in ground balls (18) and draw controls (10)...posted multi-point games in eight different contests...had multi-goal games in seven games including a career high four against Fresno State (3/29)...went 9-for-20 on free-position shots...member of the MAAC All-Academic Team.
2012: Started all 12 games she played in...finished the year with 10 points, six goals and four assists...picked up 11 ground balls...had a multi-point performance at Siena (4/7) registering a goal and an assist...scored twice in Jaspers comeback win at home over Niagara (4/14)
2011: Started all 14 games of the 2011 season..as a freshman contributed 10 goals, with 22 draw controls... picked up 15 ground balls...16 of her 18 shots were on goal (89%)...went 5-for-8 in free position opportunities...recorded goals in four of first five games including first collegiate goal on a free-position shot in season opener at Stony Brook (2/16)...had first multi-goal game at Sacred Heart (3/5)...recorded her first collegiate hat-trick in 19-8 win over Long Island (3/23).
Before Manhattan: Named First Team All-County and All-Conference as a junior on the Kinnelon high school lacrosse team... earned Second Team All-Conference accolades during senior season.. also a member of the soccer team.
Personal: Born January 5, 1992... parents are Mike and Jill Eskenazi... has brothers, Josh and Ryan... majoring in Special Education concentrating in psychology.