|Hometown:||PortofSpain, Trinidad & Tobago|
2017 (JR): Played in 18 games, making seven starts ... Played in the midfield and also as a back ... Started the first seven games of the season at back ... Recorded four points on the year with two goals ... Scored goals in the season opener against No. 7 Penn State and in the win over Richmond ... Totaled 10 shots on the year.
2016 (SO): Played in 14 games for the Lady Monarchs, racking up three points off of one goal and an assist... Scored a goal against Quinnipiac (10/14)... Named to NFHCA National Academic Squad.
2015 (FR): Started in every contest as a defender for ODU ... Notched three assists ... Helped the team rank second in the league in goals-against average (1.86) and 28th in the nation ... Earned the C-USA Commisioner's Academic Medal and was named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and the NFHCA National Academic Squad.
PRIOR TO ODU: Olton comes to Old Dominion from Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago ... In 2010, she was named her school’s Under 21 Most Outstanding Indoor Player, while also garnering her club’s Under 19 Most Consistent honor and Trinity’s Most Promising award in 2010 ... In 2013 she earned the Under 19 Most Valuable Player distinction for outdoor and the Most Valuable Player honor in the outdoor league ... She has played in eight different club indoor and outdoor leagues and tournaments since 2006, including the Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board Indoor League (2006-pres) the Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board National Outdoor League (2006-pres) ... Olton has also been a part of the Junior National team and helped lead the program to a seventh place finish in the Under 21 National Pan Am Junior Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico ... She also played with the Senior National Team in 2012, leading the team to a third place finish in the World League Round One ... In 2013, the National Team placed seventh in the Pan American Cup in Mendoza, Argentina, while the team placed 10th at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland ... Olton also helped the team place fourth at the Central American & Caribbean Games in Veracruz, Mexico and take first place overall in the 2014 World League Round One in Jamaica ... During her time on the national team, she was named the TTHB Youth Player of the Year, a nominee for the First Citizen and Sports Award and one of the TTHB Top Five Female Players.