Hope is a current master’s student in sports and exercise psychology at Michigan State.

She comes from Lock Haven University (Pa.) where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in sport administration and played four years for the lacrosse team.

During her time at Lock Haven, she appeared in 66 games while scoring 66 goals, collecting 68 ground balls, caused 18 turnovers, and had 43 draw controls.

In her four years at Lock Haven (2013-16), the Bald Eagles played in two D-II national championship games, won two PSAC championships, posted an undefeated regular season (2015), and compiled a 68-12 overall record.

Off the field, Hope was a two-time member of the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll, a two-time recipient of the Division II Athletic Directors Association Academic Award, a two-time recipient of the Elaine Pierson Memorial Scholarship, a PSAC Scholar Athlete and made the Dean’s List for six semesters and the Student-Athlete Honor Roll for seven semesters.

Hope played high school lacrosse for Carmel High School from 2009-2012.  During her time at Carmel she won two state championships (2011, 2012), posted an undefeated season (2011), was a three-time All-Region selection, three-time All-State selection, three-time All-Tournament selection, two-time All-American, and a two-year member of the IN/KY National Team.