|Hometown:||Chapel Hill, N.C.|
|High School:||East Chapel Hill|
|Major:||Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences and Middle Eastern Studies|
2018-19: Finished the sophomore season with a 48-36 record...opened the season with a 16-3 record at the LIU Post Invitational...went 14-7 at the Vassar Invitational...helped the foil squad sweep a 9-0 at the first Northeast Fencing Conference Meet of the season...secured one of the two wins for the Blue against Tufts at Harvard...posted a 10-7 at the Northeast Fencing Conference Meet #3, helping the Blue to a 5-1 team victory...went 6-2 with a +20 touch ratio to help the foil squad achieve a runner-up finish at the 2019 New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference (NEIFC) Championships...finished 24th in foil at the NCAA Northeast Regional, going undefeated 4-0 in round one and 2-4 in round two.
2017-2018: As a first year, went 19-6 overall...opened the season with a 1-0 win against Yeshiva at the LIU Post Invitational on November 5...posted a perfect 5-0 finish at the Vassar Invitational on November 10 with 2-0 wins against CCNY and Yeshiva...finished with a perfect 3-0 finish at the Northeast Fencing Conference Meet #1 at Brown on November 18...contributed to Wellesley’s 17-10 win over Tufts with a 2-1 win on December 5...finished 8-3 at the Northeast Fencing Conference Meet #3 at Smith on February 10...contributed a 3-0 win to Wellesley’s victory over Boston University on February 10.
Before Wellesley: Attended East Chapel Hill High School...graduated in 2017...fenced in the North Carolina High School Fencing League all four years...placed 1st in the NCHSFL individual women's tournament junior and senior year...helped lead ECHHS women's team to 1st in team championships senior year... was captain of ECHHS team overall senior year, and captain of ECHHS women's team junior and senior year.
Personal: Daughter of Mary Turner and Zans McLachlan...from Chapel Hill, North Carolina...has one younger brother, Lyle...chose to attend Wellesley because of the strong, passionate community of alumnae, professors, and students.