TAC Cup Best & Fairest 2017
TAC Cup Leading Goal Kicker 2017
AFLPA Best First Year Player 2018
AFLW Best First Year Player 2018
AFLW All Australian 2018
Collingwood Best & Fairest 2018
After making the decision to stop playing Basketball, which included turning down a US College Scholarship, Chloe has thrived in her pursuit of playing AFLW in 2018.
Starting the season playing for the Calder Cannons in the inaugural Womens TAC Cup Season, Chloe's form was exceptional which resulted in her being announced as the joint winner of the Best & Fairest Award with fellow Precision client, Bridie Kennedy, and winning the leading goal kicker award. Since the finish of the TAC Cup season, Chloe continued to excel for Diamond Creek in the VFLW being one of the leading goal kickers in the competition. This was a terrific effort by the 19 year old and no doubt a huge factor when Collingwood selected Chloe with their first pick in the AFLW Draft.
Drafted as a forward, Chloe was shifted back in her first season of AFLW to tremendous success. Nominated for the NAB Rising Star in her first game against Carlton, Chloe continued to shut down the oppositions attack and continually rebound off half back with her precise ball use. After a magnificent season Chloe was awarded with the AFLW and AFLPA Best First Year Player, was named in the All Australian Team, and also won Collingwood's Best & Fairest Award in what was a tremendous debut season.
Unfortunately Chloe couldn’t get on the park in 2019 due to a serious foot and ankle injury she suffered in the last part of the VFLW Season. Whilst it was disappointing for Chloe, the club showed tremendous faith in her as she signed a two year deal.
Away from Footy, Chloe is currently studying a Bachelor of Sports Media, whilst also working for AFL Victoria and a local cafe.