2019 Pan Am Games bronze medalist with Puerto Rico
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Personal: Daughter of Honey Rodrigues and Lance Dung ... has four younger siblings - Lancen Dung, Kalia Boteilho, Mia Dung, and Lanston Dung ... loves surfing, music, traveling, modeling, family and art ... attended 2021 Grammy Award Show ... acted in films on CBS and HBO ... attended high school at Kamehameha Schools Kapalama ... greatest sports achievement is winning a gold medal with Puerto Rico ... founder of Kama Training, a program helping underserved athletes of the Pacific.
2020 Season: Accumulated 874 leaderboard points … appeared in 10 games during inaugural season with two starts … allowed 24 runs over 17.0 innings … tallied 16 strikeouts while walking 12 hitters.
International Experience: Member of Puerto Rico National Team from 2018-21 … tallied eight strikeouts in a one-hit shutout against South Africa during 2018 Women’s Softball World Championship … led Puerto Rico to Gold medal at 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games … competed in four events during 2019 for Puerto Rico, including 2020 Americas Olympic Qualifier … registered three wins at 2019 World Cup before winning Bronze medal at Pan American Games … amassed 18 strikeouts in 8.2 innings with a 0.81 earned run average at Olympics Qualifier.
At California: Played final two seasons at California after beginning career at Fresno State … compiled 65-31 record over four-year career with 2.45 earned run average … appeared in 131 games with 96 starts between California and Fresno State … also accrued seven saves to go with 60 complete games and 21 shutouts … threw perfect game against UTEP on Mar. 1, 2018 … earned NFCA All-Region Third Team distinction as a senior after fashioning 13-10 record with two saves and 2.32 earned run average in 157.0 innings … member of 2019 All-Pac-12 Second Team … tallied 19-5 record as a junior with career-best 1.96 earned run average with 186 strikeouts over 160.2 innings … member of 2017 NFCA All-Region Third Team who earned career-high 26 victories in 38 appearances during sophomore season at Fresno State … opened career with a 7-1 mark and two saves in 79.1 innings during 2016 season.
Career stats do not include AUX season stats.