Legend tells of a legendary singer whose songs were the stuff of legend… From her hometown of Paoli, Pennsylvania, she traveled the land in search of worthy foes… But none could match the chocolately timbre of her voice. Her voice was so deadly in fact, that her rival singers would go deaf from overexposure to pure awesomeness… Her wanderings took her all over New England, until she finally settled at Phillips Exeter Academy for a couple of years. As if being awesome at singing wasn’t enough, Yuna decided to show Exeter, and indeed all of the New England prep schools, how TRUE hockey was meant to be played. In her short time at Exeter she gained renown as the singing hockey star and would sing her opponents into a sweet reverie while averaging 100 goals a game. In both the Exeter athletic center and music center, there are statues of Yuna cast in sterling silver that attempted to capture her glory… but failed. In the late summer of 2013 Yuna moved on from Exeter and arrived upon the green hills of Amherst College. Rumors of this “singing college” had reached Yuna’s ears, and she decided she would go see if anyone there could match her singing prowess. But even at the renowned Amherst, Yuna’s voice could not be bested. Even the greatest a Cappella group in all of Amherst, DQ, bowed in respect to this great master. Yuna recognized the immense skill the members of DQ possessed and realized that together their voices could create the most beautiful harmony the world had ever heard. She decided to join DQ in 2014. And the rest is history.