|High School:||Providence Country Day|
As a Junior in 2012:
Appeared in 16 games for her sophomore campaign…Allotted for five tries and 25 points for the year… Gnys went 5 of 12 from the conversion mark for .416%...Tallied 14 solo tackles…
As a Sophomore in 2011:
Played in all eight of the Bobcats matchups their inaugural season. Obtained five points for the year off of one try in Quinnipiac’s win at home over Marist on 10/2… Posted 14 solo tackles for the Bobcats adding two assisted tackles…Tallied four SAT.
Attended Providence Country Day School...She played varsity soccer, basketball and lacrosse...Her lacrosse team finished as the 2007 SENESA Division 1 Champions...During her sophomore and junior year, she earned SENESA second team honors, and during her senior year she was named to the SENESA first team...She was her soccer team's leading goals scorer as a junior, netting 30 goals, and was named to the SENESA first team...She captained her soccer team during her senior season, was team mvp, led the team with 28 goals and was a SENESA first team selection....She captained her basketball team during her senior year and was named team mvp...She captained her lacrosse team during her senior year, scored the most goal (51), and was a SENESA first team selection....Was awarded the 2010 woman's most athletic award.
A native of Cumberland, R.I...Daughter of Edward and Leslie Gnys...Has a younger sister Emily...Majoring in health sciences.