Fort Pierce, Florida
Olympic silver medalist with Team USA
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Personal: Earned her Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Florida Atlantic University … became a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a certified strength and conditioning specialist … father, John, played baseball at Samford University.
2022 Championship Season: Athletes Unlimited Softball All-Defensive Team pick for second season in a row … placed third in the league with 1,650 leaderboard points, including 410 stat points … tied for fourth with 180 MVP points … tallied 1,060 win points while starting every game … one of two players with 20 or more hits, including six doubles and two home runs … went 3-for-3 with a double, a home run and three runs batted in against Team Eberle on Aug. 6 … collected four hits, including a double, while scoring three runs against Team Chidester on Aug. 13 … finished Week Three with three hits, including a double, against Team Mulipola … hit safely in four games from Aug. 13-20, going 10-for-19 at the plate with five runs scored.
2022 AUX Season: Earned 11th place in the league standings with 1,148 leaderboard points … starter in 11-of-12 games who hit .263 with 10 hits, including one double and one home run … drew league-high 12 walks while driving in six runs … also scored nine runs, good for a share of third place in the circuit … posted three two-hit performances … hit a double and drove in two runs against Team Ocasio in season opener on June 13.
2021 Championship Season: Finished in 12th place on the leaderboard standings with 1,402 points … member of inaugural Athletes Unlimited Softball All-Defensive Team … authored .378 batting average while starting 14 games … third in the league with 14 runs scored and 17 hits … tied for ninth in the circuit with three doubles … one of 13 players to register a sacrifice fly.
2020 Championship Season: Shared fifth place on the league leaderboard with Morgan Zerkle and Gwen Svekis after compiling 1,710 points … tied with Erika Piancastelli for sixth place with 490 stat points … also tallied 180 points, which tied Sahvanna Jaquish and Haylie Wagner for sixth in the circuit … batted .396 while starting all 15 games … tied for the league lead with 53 at-bats while her 21 hits were good for a share of second place … also scored 16 runs to tie Jaquish for second in the league … blasted six home runs, good for third among all hitters … also drove in 13 runs … one of four players to record 40 or more total bases.
International Experience: Member of Team USA since 2013 … helped United States win Silver medal at 2020 Tokyo Olympics, earning a spot on the WBSC All-Olympic Team … led team with .529 batting average with a triple and four runs scored … hit safely in five of her six appearances, including a three-hit performance against Canada … led Team USA to Gold medal at 2016 and 2018 WBSC Women’s World Championships … posted team-high .520 average with two home runs and 14 runs scored during 2018 event after hitting .400 with seven runs scored and a home run in 2016 … fashioned .370 batting average in guiding Team USA to Silver medal at 2014 WBSC Women’s World Championship … member of Gold medal-winning squad at 2017 and 2019 Pan American Games … competed in World Cup of Softball from 2014-17, winning two Gold medals and two Silver medals … named Most Valuable Player at The 2022 World Games after leading Team USA to a Gold medal … member of All-World Team who hit .533 with eight hits, including two doubles, and five runs batted in … went 3-for-3 against Australia in semifinal victory with two runs scored.
At Alabama: Four-year letter winner for the Crimson Tide from 2013-16 … one of six players in Alabama history to earn NFCA All-America honors four times, including three First-Team commendations … started 247-of-248 games during her career … authored .447 career batting average with 27 home runs and 162 runs batted in … also compiled 313 hits, including 57 doubles and 16 triples, while scoring 279 runs … stands as the Crimson Tide’s all-time leader in batting average, on-base percentage and triples … ranks second in school history with .944 career stolen base percentage, swiping 118 bases in 125 attempts … also holds second place on career walks list (199) … one of five players in school history with 300 or more career hits … four-time First-Team NFCA All-Region performer … also received First-Team All-Southeastern Conference distinction three times and was a Second-Team selection as a freshman … three-time CoSIDA Academic All-America pick who was named Academic All-America Team Member of the Year in 2015 and 2016 … winner of 2016 Senior CLASS Award … finalist for 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year award … recipient of 2016 NCAA Top 10 Award … named 2015 SEC Softball Scholar-Athlete of the Year … tallied three grand slams during her career … owns Alabama single-game records for runs scored, walks and times hit by a pitch … posted .465 batting average as a freshman, which ranks fourth in Alabama history … set Crimson Tide single-season record with .596 on-base percentage during senior season.
Career stats do not include AUX season stats.