Becca joined the Academy in the Fall of 2010. She has been a member of Dave Kern's Pennsylvania branch of Academy One since her sophomore year of high school. Becca is an excellent athlete, a hard worker and an intelligent and generous young woman. She is one of the top goalkeepers in Pennsylvania and the Eastern region of the US. Becca has been the starting goalkeeper for her high school team ever since she arrived as a Freshmen. She Posted 54 shutouts and recorded 267 saves during her four-year career, finishing with a school-record 0.66 goals against average. She has led her team to county championship and a place in the Pennsylvania high school state final four where her team lost to fellow Academy member Becky Murphy's team in her freshman season. As a sophomore, set school single-season marks with 17 shutouts and a 0.50 goals against average. Becca had a career-high 82 saves and a 0.58 goals against average her junior season. She was named the York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association Player of the Year as a senior and a YAIAA first team selection as a sophomore and junior. Member of three-time YAIAA champions and part of state semifinalist as a freshman. Dallastown Area went 76-14-3 during her four seasons. Member of school's honor roll four years and distinguished honor roll three years. She was a Student Council Representative, a member of the Big Buddy program. She was a member of the Varsity Club, a member of Students Against Substance Abuse and Editor of the Yearbook. She graduated as the best goalkeeper to ever play at Dallastown. As a club player, Becca played for one of the top clubs in the nation, the historic Delco club of Philadelphia. Her team played in the Elite Clubs National League for the top teams in the country. Her team was a perennial power and was ranked among the top teams in Pennsylvania and the Northeast region of the US. Becca accepted a scholarship offer to attend Coastal Carolina University. Becca made three appearances in goal, helping to complete a pair of Coastal shutouts and stopping all shots on goal she faced.