AS A SOPHOMORE (2013)
Hit .211 while making 20 starts and playing in 28 total games...Made 19 starts at third base and one at designated player...Scored five runs with one double, two home runs and nine RBIs...Slugged .360 while posting a .350 on-base percentage...Had her best game of the year in the second game of the season...Went 3-for-3 with a run scored and three RBIs against Stephen F. Austin on Feb. 8...She also had a season-high three RBIs against LIU Brooklyn on March 1, which included a two-run homer... Also hit a home run against James Madison on March 3.
AS A FRESHMAN (2012)
Boosted team in the infield, particularly in the second half of the season...Among her 18 starts as a freshman, 16 were at third base, and also had a start at first base and designated player...Logged a pair of multi-hit games in victories over Boise State (2-for-3, 2B, HR, 4 RBI) and at No. 11 Arizona (2-for-4, BB, 2 RBI)...Also reached base three times in as many at-bats in win over Butler, after she singled and drew two walks...At season’s end, ranked fourth overall among games played as a sub (14)...Defensively, she logged a .932 fielding mark (24 putouts, 31 assists, 4 errors).
As a senior was a repeat All-CIF state team nominee and All-CIF Division I second baseman after she helped her CIF-Southern Section quaterfinalist team to a 13-5-1 record 7-3 in the league), while her Marina squad ranked 19th in state and 44th nationally...In 2011, she hit .475 with a .595 on-base percentage, 22 RBIs and struck out twice the entire season...As a junior, the team’s Offensive MVP played shortstop, third base and pitcher...Also picked up All-CIF Second-Team, All-County and All-League nods as a sophomore, and All-League Second-Team and team Offensive MVP honors as a freshman.
Her Cal Worth Firecrackers 18U team won the 2011 Colorado Fireworks tournament in Aurora, Colo., for the sixth time in seven seasons, and the Canadian Open Junior Olympic U-19 Division...Added second in the PGF tournament...In previous years, her 18 Gold club staked titles in the Canada Cup and Colorado Fireworks Tournament in 2010 and 2009 and a runner-up Champions Cup finish in 2009...Other Firecrackers teams placed top 14 nationally in the same event from 2005-08, including third in ’06 and ’08 and fifth in ’07.
Parents are James and Linda...Major is undeclared.