Honors & Awards: 2013 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten (media) ... Academic All-Big Ten (2013 & 2014).
2014-15: Serving as team captain for second consecutive season ... Ranks seventh in program history with 393 assists ... Ranks fourth among active Big Ten players in that category ... Averaging 18.8 minutes per game off the bench ... B1G: Picked up five points and three assists at Ohio State (1/4) ... Matched season high with 11 points in 18 minutes vs. Wisconsin (1/1) Nonconference: Handed out six helpers at Arizona State (12/21) ... Played season-high 25 minutes and scored seven points with six rebounds at UNLV (12/17) ... Poured in six points against Gonzaga (12/15) ... Blocked season-high two shots at Virginia Tech (12/4) ... Pulled down season-high six rebounds at DePaul (11/26) ... Tallied two steals, two assists and a block vs. UIC (11/26) ... Poured in 11 points, including nine in the second half, against Hampton (11/16).
Summer of 2014: Played with the Canadian Senior Women's National Team (SWNT) at the Edmonton Grads International Classic exhibition series ... Played with the Canadian Senior Women's National B-Team at the 36th William Jones International Basketball Tournament in Taiwan.
2013-14: Academic All-Big Ten ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar ... One of three team captains ... Missed the first game of her Wildcat career on Nov. 10 vs. UIC with an injury ... Had played 60-consecutive games as NU's starting point guard ... Made first appearance of the season at Indiana (1/31) and played the final 13 games of the season ... Logged 19 minutes at Iowa with four assists, which tied for team-high ... 11 points on 4-5 from the field, six assists, six rebounds, one block and two steals vs. Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament (3/6) ... Season-high nine assists in NU's WNIT victory over IUPUI (3/23).
2012-13: Named 2013 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten by the media ... One of two Wildcats who started all 30 games of the season, averaging 35.6 mpg ... Averaged 9.4 ppg, 4.9 rpg, a career-high 6.3 assists per game and shot 43.4 percent from the field ... Ranked second in the Big Ten in assists (6.3) ... ranked eighth in NU single-season history with 188 assists ... Tallied a career-high 16 points three times during the season; vs. No. 9 California (12/9), vs. Chicago State (12/31) and at No. 9 Penn State (1/3) ... Grabbed career-high 10 rebounds three times throughout the season ... Three double-doubles on the year ... 15 points/10 rebounds vs. Iowa (3/3), 11 points/10 assists vs. Ole Miss (12/22), 13 points/10 rebounds vs. Loyola (11/25) ... Two games with double-digit assists ... Season-best 11 assists in season opener vs. UT-Martin (11/9) ... Nearly posed a triple-double three times with nine points, 11 assists and seven rebounds vs. UT-Martin (11/9), 13 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists vs. Loyola (11/25) ... eight points, nine rebounds and nine assists vs. Wisconsin (2/23) ... Achieved Academic All-Big Ten status.
2011-12: Drained a free throw with 2.6 seconds left to give NU a 59-58 win over Illinois (1/16) ... Scored a career-high 14 points at Iowa (12/30) ...had two double-doubles this season, led the team in steals (51) ... 45th in the nation in assists per game (4.7) ... 11th in the League in steals (1.8) ... Third in the Big Ten in assists per game (4.7) ... Dished out a then-single-season Big Ten high 13 assists against Illinois State (11/17) ... Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week the week of 11/18.
High School: Starter and team captain for the Canadian U17 national team that finished 11th in the FIBA World Championships in France ... Averaged 9.4 ppg, 4.1 rpg and 1.6 apg during the games ... Helped lead St. Mary's to the Hamilton, ON Catholic Sr. Girls' Basketball Championship ... Played for Team Ontario and National Elite Development Academy ... Recipient of the Jimmy Rose Award in 2008 along with Ontario Junior Athlete of the Year ... Coached at St. Mary's by Rich Wesolowski ... Four-year honor roll member ... Director's Award for Academic Proficiency 2009, 2010.
Personal: Born Karly Roser ... Daughter of Dave and Jan Roser ... Majoring in cognitive science.