Bridget joined the Academy in 2009. She is the best keeper in the state and one of the best goalkeepers in the Northeast region of the country in her age. She is also one of the brightest and considerate people to come out of the Academy. Bridget attended one of the top academic high schools in Maryland, Archbishop Spalding High School in the Annapolis area, along with fellow Academy One member Casey Beyers. When she was a freshman her school team one of the best high school teams in the nation. Her team was ranked #1 in Maryland, ranked #1 regionally and ranked #3 nationally. As a sophomore, she helped lead the team to the finals of the best private school league in the nation (Losing out to Academy Class of 2012 Morgan Ruhl's McDonogh's team). For her junior year, her team made the finals and again lost out to Academy member Morgan Ruhl's team. Unfortunately, her high school coach created unfortunate incidents and showed weak character and was dismissed, but girls from the very successful program sacrificed their senior season in the process. For her senior season, Bridget made the best of a bad situation and volunteered to be the goalkeeper coach for local private school St. Mary's. As a club player, Bridget helped her Freestate team to the State Cup finals twice. The second time she lost in the finals on penalty kicks. They also were three time US Futsal Federation State Champions, two time US Futsal Federation Regional Champions and US Futsal Federation National Champions. In the process of her team's success, Bridget was named three time member of the US Futsal Federation All-State Team and two time member of the US Futsal Federation All-Region team. Bridget's club team was a member of the Elite Club's National League for the best teams in the nation. In her only year of trying out, Bridget made the state ODP team. As well of all these accomplishments, Bridget is a member of the National Junior Honor Society. Bridget committed to a scholarship to study and play soccer at The University of Dayton and their nationally ranked women's soccer program. She helped the Dayton team to a national ranking and a place in the conference semi-finals in her freshmen year. In the Winter of her senior season of high school, Bridget traveled to Haiti to help with Earthquake and famine relief. Inspired by her time in Haiti, Bridget decided on a new career path of service and transferred to The United States Air Force Academy.