Garden Grove, California
Two-Time NFCA Catcher of the Year, 2022 Athletes Unlimited Softball Champion
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Personal: Has two sisters and two brothers … both of her sisters play softball … hobbies include baking and cooking … joined softball coaching staff at Kansas City as a volunteer assistant coach on Sept. 9, 2022.
2022 Championship Season: First position player in Athletes Unlimited Softball history to win individual title after compiling 1,782 leaderboard points … first player in AU history to lead league in batting average (.432), home runs (9) and runs batted in (19) during the same season … also tallied two triples … posted seven multi-hit games, including three hits against Team Eberle in Week Two … hit safely in six straight games from Aug. 6-19 … posted .435 average (10-for-23) during the streak with three multi-hit games … hit seven home runs in final nine games, including a home run in four straight games from Aug. 12-19 … secured individual title on final day of the season after going 2-for-2 with a triple, a home run, two walks and three runs scored against Team Chidester … registered season-high 246 leaderboard points to pass Alyssa Denham in the league standings.
2022 AUX Season: Secured third place in the league standings with 1,368 leaderboard points … held overall lead after 3-of-9 game days … recognized as a game MVP four times, good for a share of second in the league … started 11-of-12 games … tied for league lead with 11 runs batted in while hitting .325 with 13 hits … fashioned at least one hit in 7-of-12 games, including two multi-hit outings … also shared league lead with three home runs … scored league-high 14 runs … led league by driving in two or more runs in a game five times … went 4-for-4, including a home run and a triple, with league-high four runs scored against Team Eberle on June 14 … joined Victoria Hayward as the only players to record a four-hit game during the season .. also registered a three-hit performance on June 15 against Team Eberle with two runs batted in.
2021 Championship Season: Earned 1,320 leaderboard points in her rookie season … registered .325 batting average while starting 13-of-14 games … posted 13 hits, including six extra-base hits … led Athletes Unlimited with two triples … tied for 10th with eight runs batted in … also tallied 25 total bases to rank 10th in the league … drew six walks, which were tied for eighth in the circuit … one of 12 players selected in Athletes Unlimited Softball College Draft.
International Experience: Member of Team USA since 2018 … also played for United States Junior Women’s National Team in 2017 … guided team to Silver medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics … went 1-for-2 with a run scored against Mexico … competed for Team USA at The 2022 World Games in Birmingham, Ala. … All-World Team selection after leading Team USA to Gold medal … led tournament field in batting average (.615), hits (8) and on-base percentage (.667) … recorded four multi-hit games in five appearances.
At Arizona: Four-year letter winner for the Wildcats who started all 237 games from 2017-21 … sat out 2020 season to compete in Team USA’s “Stand Beside Her” Tour and train for the Tokyo Olympics … accrued .335 career batting average with 68 home runs and 203 runs batted in … tallied 219 hits, including 33 doubles and six triples, while scoring 192 runs … stands ninth on Wildcats’ career home runs list … ranks 10th in program history with .716 career slugging percentage … stands eighth on Arizona’s career list with 131 walks … posted perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in 227 chances as a senior … tied for first in Arizona history with .997 career fielding percentage … honored as Johnny Bench Catcher of the Year in 2019 … two-time selection as NFCA Catcher of the Year … earned First-Team NFCA All-America distinction as a junior and senior … three-time First-Team NFCA All-Region honoree … received All-Pac-12 honors three times, including First-Team commendations in 2019 and 2021 … led Pac-12 Conference as a senior in home runs (21), RBI (63), walks (34) and on-base percentage (.518) … became first Arizona catcher to earn First-Team All-America notice since 1998 during her junior season after compiling .311 batting average with 23 home runs in 62 games … named Second-Team All-Pac-12 as a sophomore who earned spot on Pac-12 All-Defensive Team … NFCA Division I Freshman of the Year finalist in 2017 after hitting .335 with 12 home runs and 49 runs batted in.
Career stats do not include AUX season stats.