- Began wrestling at age 6, but she considered soccer to be her No. 1 sport until middle school.
- Was captain of the wrestling team in high school.
- Won a Junior World title in 2008, the same year she was named ASICS High School Wrestler of the Year.
- Earned her first U.S. World Team Trial championship in 2009, but dislocated her knee cap later than year and was sidelined from competition for nearly two years.
- Claimed her first World Championship in 2012.
- Named as an alternate for Team USA at the 2012 Olympics in London, where her weight class was not part of the competition.
- Became only the second woman from the U.S. to win consecutive World Championships in 2014-15, joining Patricia Saunders, a four-time World Champ who won back-to-back world titles in 1998 and '99.
- The first wrestler — male or female — to own a Junior World Championship (2008), a University World Championship (2012) and a Senior World Championship (2012, 2014, 2015).
- Placed seventh in the 75kg freestyle competition at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
- Has volunteered for numerous charities, including Girls Scouts Sports Extravaganza, Beat the Streets Los Angeles, Teens for Promise, Ronald McDonald House and Habitat for Humanity.
- Geneva — Sister
- George Gray — Father
- Donna Gray — Mother
- Gabriella — Sister
- Izabella — Sister
- DeVry University, Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States (BS in Business Administration, 2016)