Over the past 5 years, Miranda has elevated Danger and her teammates to a high level of play. Her first year with Danger, Pitt came in 3rd at Nationals, and Miranda was 1st runner up for Ultiworld’s Rookie of the Year. At the start of her third season, Miranda tore her ACL, but the sideline stayed strong and involved under her guidance as a captain, a role she had for three seasons. When Covid hit in spring of that season, Miranda worked hard to keep the team together, organizing zoom workouts and social events, while completing a “Back to Sport” training program to make sure she would return to ultimate stronger than ever after her injury. Now, coming to the conclusion of her fifth and final year of college ultimate, Miranda is solid as a player, and her on-field calmness, throwing skills and intense defense make her a role model to the rest of the team, who try on field to “do what Miranda would do.” Miranda’s commitment to her teammates, dedication to her craft, and leadership uniquely qualify her to win the Callahan Award.