• In Huntington Beach 2019 Kraft and Dalaynie Maple became the youngest team to ever advance from the qualifier on the AVP Tour. The high school teammates (and later college teammates) were both 16 years old. The duo beat three tandems of sisters, including two sets of twins, and placed 13th.
• In 2022 Kraft and Emily Stockman played in 11 international events, more than any other American tandem (men or women) on the World Beach Pro Tour.
2022: Kraft teamed with Emily Stockman, and in their first tournament Kraft reached her first AVP semifinal, finishing in third place. The duo played four times, with their next best finish being a fifth in Manhattan Beach. Internationally Kraft played once with Savvy Simo, winning a gold medal in a Futures Event in Turkiye. Kraft and Stockman played 11 times, the most of any American duo. The pair won a gold medal in a Futures Event in Poland and advanced to two other semifinals.
2021: Kraft played twice on the AVP Tour, advancing from the qualifier in Atlanta with Savvy Simo to place seventh, then finishing ninth in Manhattan Beach with Tina Graudina. Kraft placed ninth on the World Beach Pro Tour with Sara Hughes, and then lost in the qualifier with Kimberly Hildreth. Kraft and Delaynie Maple won the FIVB U-19 World Championships in Thailand, going 8-0 in matches including the qualifier.
2020: Kraft played in one international event, advancing from the qualifier and placing fourth in Guam alongside Delaynie Maple.
2019: Kraft and Delaynie Maple advanced from the qualifier in Huntington Beach in the season opener and placed 13th. After losing in the qualifier in Seattle, the duo earned a wildcard into Hermosa Beach and finished in fifth place.
2018: Kraft made her AVP debut at the age of 15, losing in the qualifier in Hermosa Beach alongside 16-year old Delaynie Maple, her high school teammate. Kraft and Maya Harvey advanced from the qualifier and placed ninth in the FIVB U-19 World Championships in China.
College: Kraft finished her freshman season playing beach volleyball at Southern Cal with a 30-3 match record with half of the matches coming on court 1. She went 14-1 in matches alongside 2020 Tokyo Olympian Tina Graudina (who placed fourth while representing Latvia). As a sophomore she had a 31-2 match record, mostly at the number two position with Sammy Slater.
Personal: Kraft has a twin brother (Brian) and a sister (Kathleen). Her father, Mike, was a member of the heavyweight crew team at Navy, while her aunt (Terese Kraft) played volleyball at Cal State-Dominguez Hills. Kraft was Volleyball Magazine's number one rated beach recruit.