Gold Medals: 2011 FIBA U19 World Cup, 2010 FIBA Americas U18 Championship.
Owns a 24-2 record in USA Basketball games played.
2017-20 USA National Team:
Participated in the 2018 USA World Cup Team training camp, and helped the USA to a 5-0 exhibition record; averaged 4.4 rpg.
Aided the USA White Team to a 100-75 victory over the USA Red Team in an intrasquad exhibition during the 2018 USA World Cup Team training camp in South Carolina; scored 7 points and added 6 rebounds and 2 assists.
Aided the 2018 USA National Team to an 83-46 exhibition victory over China on April 26 in Seattle. Participated in the USA’s fall 2017 and winter 2018 training camps in Santa Barbara, California, and Columbia, South Carolina.
Member of the 2016 USA Select Team that played an exhibition game against the USA National Team.
Named as a finalist for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Women's Basketball Team on Jan. 25, 2016.
Competed for the USA National Team during its 2015 European Tour. Started two of four games in helping the USA to a 4-0 record.
Was one of 16 finalists for the 2014 USA World Championship Team and helped the USA team earn a 3-0 exhibition record.
One of six then-collegiate athletes who participated in the 2013 USA National Team mini-camp, her first experience training with the USA National Team.
Member of the 2011 USA U19 World Cup Team that posted an 8-1 record and captured the gold medal in Valdivia, Chile.
Aided the USA U19s to a 49-37 exhibition victory over Brazil’s U19 squad.
Member of the 2010 USA Basketball U18 National Team that compiled a perfect 5-0, earned the 2010 FIBA Americas Championship gold medal and qualified the USA for the 2011 FIBA U19 World Cup.
Drafted: No. 6 by the Washington Mystics in 2014; traded to the Chicago Sky on Feb. 2, 2017.
WNBA All-Star Game: 2017.
In her three years in Washington, the Mystics compiled a 47-55 (.461) record and competed in the 2014 and 2015 playoffs; in her two seasons in Chicago, the Sky finished with a 25-43 combined record.
Currently competing for Erdinespor in Turkey.
Received votes for 2015 WNBA Most Improved Player after upping her averages to 10.6 ppg. and 5.6 rpg.
Spent part of the past four off seasons competing in Russia, Turkey, China and Italy, in that order.
In her four years at Connecticut, aided the Huskies to a 144-11 (.929) record, the 2013 and 2014 NCAA Championships, 2011 and 2012 NCAA Final Fours, a pair of Big East Conference Tournament titles, one Big East regular season crown, one American Athletic Conference regular season title and one AAC Tournament championship.
Helped UConn go undefeated in 2013-14 with a perfect 40-0 record.
Logged UConn’s second triple-double in program history on Nov. 20, 2013, with 26 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists against Oregon.
Finished her career ranked 12th on UConn's all-time scoring list with 1,797 points and fourth in rebounds (1,101), blocked shots (254) and field goal percentage (.588).
One of only four Huskies, along with Tina Charles, Rebecca Lobo and Jamelle Elliott, with at least 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.
WBCA Division I Defensive Player of the Year (2014).
Wade Trophy finalist (2014).
NCAA All-Final Four (2014).
NCAA All-Regional Team (2012, 2014).
WBCA/State Farm and USBWA All-America Team (2013, 2014).
Associated Press All-America second team (2014) and third team (2013).
American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year (2014).
All-AAC first team (2014).
AAC All-Tournament Team (2014).
All Big-East first team (2013), honorable mention (2012) and All-Rookie Team (2011).
Big East All-Tournament Team (2011, 2012, 2013).
Full Court Press Freshman All-American (2011).
Born in Goshen, New York, and hails from Port Jervis, New York.
Daughter of Kristal and Steve Dolson; has one younger brother, Jake, and two older sisters, Ashley and Courtney.
Attended and led Minisink Valley High School (N.Y.) to four-straight New York State Public High School Athletic Association Section 9 championship game appearances.
Finished her career at Minisink Valley with 1,951 points and 1,607 rebounds.
Was a McDonald’s, ESPN Rise (first team), USA Today (third team) and Parade Magazine (fourth team) All-American (2010).