Outdoor: Capped ACC heptathlon runner-up (5,649 pts) with collegiate-best 2:18.29 800, placing first...was runner-up to teammate Melissa-Maree Farrington (5,735)...posted NCAA qualifying mark in opening heptathlon at Texas Relays (5,676). Indoor: Seventh at ACC Championships in pentathlon (3,983 pts)...had season-best (4,003) in third-place finish at New Mexico Classic.
Outdoor: Placed 15th in heptathlon at NCAA Championships (5,730) for second-team All-American honors...posted qualifying standard (5,682) at Georgia Multis meet...ACC Championships runner-up in the heptathlon with 5,551...set new collegiate-bests in 200 (25.07), 800 (2:23.13), 100 hurdles (13.96), long jump (6.02m) and javelin (45.32m). Indoor: ACC Championships pentathlon runner-up (PB, 4,105)...missed NCAA berth by one spot on descending order list.
Outdoor: Qualified for NCAA Championships but was forced to withdraw on day two...smashed 24-year-old school heptathlon record en route to ACC title with 5,706 points...it was FSU’s first ACC heptathlon title since 2000...also placed seventh in the javelin, contributing 11 points to FSU’s first ACC team title since 2009...placed eighth at the Texas Relays with 5,398 points in her first collegiate heptathlon. Indoor: Sixth in pentathlon at ACC Championships with 3,776 points as Noles won the team title...that total set a new FSU record...missed all of 2013 as medical redshirt.
Personal: Follows in a long family line of heptathletes, including her sister Grit, who competed in the 2012 Olympics, as well as her mother...has been recognized as Estonia’s top youth and junior female athlete...fifth in heptathlon at 2015 European U23 Championships with PB 5,813 points...fourth in the heptathlon at 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada, just one point shy of bronze medal...ninth at 2012 World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain...born May 29, 1993.