2016: Played in and started 11 games for the Flash, logging 990 minutes in 2016. Made 35 saves and ended with a goals against per game average of 1.45. Saved three penalty kicks in the 2016 NWSL Championship game to lead her team to a 3-2 victory over the Washington Spirit. 2015: Selected by the Flash in the third round of the 2015 NWSL College Draft (No. 21 overall). Signed with the Flash as a Drafted Player. Made seven starts in seven appearances.
2017: D'Angelo was named to the 2017 Canadian Women's National Team roster for the Bronze Medal Celebration match against Mexico where she played in the goal for the second 45 minutes and helped secure the 3-2 win for Canada. 2016: Made her first appearance with Canada’s Senior team with a clean sheet to help Canada win the 2016 Algarve Cup. 2012: Named Canadian U-20 Female Player of the Year. Represented Canada at the U-20 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Helped Canada to a silver medal at the CONCACAF U-20 Championship with 4 clean sheets. 2010: Won gold at the 2010 CONCACAF U-17 Tournament. 2009: Member of Team Canada U-17 team. 2008: Won bronze medal at CONCACAF U-17 Tournament
Graduate of University of South Carolina. 81 matches started (1st in program history), 2nd in career shutouts (29), 2nd in career saves (241). 2014: Became the first two-time NSCAA First Team All-American from South Carolina. Earned All-SEC honors for the fourth consecutive year. Honored as SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Year. Led the SEC in goals allowed, only letting in 13. Made a key save to keep her team’s NCAA run alive in the first round. 2013: Started all 23 games and played every minute. First Team All-American honors. Recorded second most shutouts in a season in school history with 12 ranking seventh nationally and leading the SEC. Posted a 0.590 goals against average. 2012: Started 16 of 17 matches. Allowed 21 goals on 170 shots. Made 55 saves. 2011: Started 20 of 21 matches. Set freshman records for goals against average (0.800), save percentage (0.824), games played, games started, and wins (14). SEC Freshman of the Year honors.