2018 Japan Cup Gold Medalist with Team USA
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Personal: Graduated from Washington in 2016 with a double major in Sociology and Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies … earned Master’s of Business Administration from DeVry University in 2021 … mother, Rhonda, was an All-America softball player at Cal Poly Ponoma and won a gold medal with Team USA in 1987 Pan American Games … has a son, Gregory, who enjoys watching her mom play softball.
2022 Championship Season: Accumulated 656 leaderboard points during her second Athletes Unlimited Softball Championship Season … started seven games and scored three runs with a walk … went 1-for-2 with a run scored and a walk against Team Chidester in Week One … also scored a run against Team Jaquish in Week Two and against Team Chidester in season finale.
2022 AUX Season: Finished in a tie for 34th place in the league standings with 714 leaderboard points … starter in 9-of-10 games who fashioned .310 batting average … tallied nine hits, including two doubles and two home runs … hit game-winning grand slam in 10th inning against Team Zerkle during season finale … finished season finale with two home runs and league-high six runs batted in during 10-6 victory … one of two players to register a grand slam during the inaugural AUX Softball season … also joined Sashel Palacios as the only players in the league to drive in five or more runs in a single game … closed season with four-game hitting streak, going 8-for-19 with two doubles and two home runs … authored season-high three hits against Team O’Toole in first game of June 25 doubleheader.
2021 Championship Season: Compiled 914 leaderboard points during her first Athletes Unlimited season.
International Experience: Helped Team USA win bronze medal at the 2018 USA Softball International Cup … also member of Gold medal-winning squad at 2018 Japan Cup.
Other Professional Experience: Began her professional career with Forli of the Italian Softball League in 2017, hitting .540 in 18 games … signed with the Chicago Bandits of NPF in 2018 and registered a hit in her first nine games with the team … finished rookie campaign with .384 batting average along with five home runs and 26 runs batted in.
At Washington: Five-year letter winner for the Huskies who appeared in 163 games from 2012-16 … played several positions during her career, including catcher, first base, shortstop and third base … missed 2013 campaign due to an injury … posted .298 career batting average with 24 home runs and 102 runs batted in … finished career with 120 hits, including 21 doubles and two triples, while scoring 80 runs … Third-Team NFCA All-Pacific Region performer as a junior after belting 18 home runs, which are tied for eighth in Washington single-season history … also received Second-Team All-Pac-12 Conference distinction.
Career stats do not include AUX season stats.