2019 Pan Am Games bronze medalist with Puerto Rico
Dung began playing competitive softball around 10 years old in Wai’anae, Hawaii, where she grew up with her parents Lance Dung and Honey Rodrigues, and her brother Lancen Kaulana Dung. She learned to pitch from YouTube videos and traveled to the mainland during the summers for recruiting and played on Mililani Prep and Batbusters Stith.
Dung signed with the California Commotion in January 2020. With Team Puerto Rico, Dung took home gold at the 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games - the team’s first in over 20 years. She also won a bronze medal at the 2019 Pan American Games.
- 2019 NFCA All-Region Third Team
- 2019 All-Pac-12 Conference Second Team
- 2019 Softball America Top Softball Performances of the Week
- 2019 Ranked 10 in Top 25 Names in College Softball
- 2018 Cal Athletics Best Women Newcomer of the Year Spring
- 2018 Pitched the first perfect game of her career for the Bears for the first time since 2010
- 2018 Most Valuable Pitcher on the Malihini Kipa Aloha All-Tournament Team nominee
- 2017 NFCA All-Pacific Region Third Team
- 2017 Earned Mountain West Pitcher of the Year
- 2017 All-Mountain West First Team honors
- 2016 Mountain West Conference Championship with Fresno State