At Wyoming Valley West High School, April earned her varsity letters in field hockey, diving, track & field and soccer. She participated in the 1997-98 Junior Olympics and was leading scorer on the 1998 US U-16 Field Hockey team in the Netherlands. In 1998 &99 she was named First Team All State and All American, US U-20 National Team leading scorer and Wyoming Valley Conference’s top scorer with 40 goals and 24 assists. April was a member of the 2000 US U-21 National Team, winning a Sliver medal in the Pan Am Games in Barbados. She was named All Scholastic in soccer and Wyoming Valley West’s Scholastic Female Athlete of the Year. In 2000, April set the freshman field hockey scoring record at the University of Michigan with 17 goals. In 2001 she was a member of Michigan’s first women’s NCAA National Championship team, team leading scorer, All Big 10, a member of the NCAA Tournament team and US U-21 National team. In 2002 she was again Michigan’s leading goal scorer with 18, All Big Ten, a Frist Team National All American and leading goal scorer on the US U-23 team. She was a two-time Honda Broderick Award Finalist (nation’s top field hockey player). In 2003 she was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year & Athlete of the Year, First Team National All American, and University of Michigan Female Athlete of the Year. She ended her college career as Michigan’s career leading goal scorer (8) and point scorer (155), and was a member of the US National team participating in the 2004 Olympic Qualifying tournament in New Zealand. Residing in Ann Arbor, April is pursuing a career in sports management and communications.