La Porte, Texas
Helped Team Mexico qualify for the 2020 Olympics
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Personal: Member of Athletes Unlimited Softball Player Executive Committee … decided to attend Texas A&M when she was 14 years old … has worked as a softball analyst for the SEC Network … enjoys being involved in the game of softball both as a player and with broadcasts … hobbies include reading and makeup.
2022 AUX Season: Finished inaugural AUX Softball season with 966 leaderboard points to place 18th in the league standings … starter in 11-of-12 games who hit .317 … tallied 13 hits, including four doubles, a triple and a home run … also drove in seven runs and scored six runs … opened season by going 3-for-4 with a run scored against Team Ocasio on June 13 … tallied two hits, including a home run, against Team Fischer on June 19 … also registered back-to-back two-hit performances to end the season.
2021 Championship Season: Accumulated 1,336 leaderboard points to finish 16th in the league standings … tied for 10th in the league with 120 MVP points … member of inaugural Athletes Unlimited Softball All-Defensive Team … starter in 13 games who posted .375 batting average … registered 15 hits to earn a share of eighth place … also belted three home runs … one of seven players with 10 or more runs batted in … also drew seven walks.
2020 Championship Season: Earned eighth place on inaugural season leaderboard with 1,690 points … also ranked sixth in the league with 1,270 win points … batted .365 with three home runs and 12 runs batted in … tied for fourth among all hitters with 52 at-bats while her 19 hits were tied for fifth … tallied league-leading six doubles … accumulated 34 total bases, the sixth-highest total in Athletes Unlimited.
Prior Professional Experience: Played for NPF’s Cleveland Comets in 2019.
International Experience: Member of Team Mexico who competed in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics … hit .222 in six games with four hits, including a double, and two runs batted in … posted two hits against Australia with a double and two runs batted in … posted .500 batting average during Americas Olympic Qualifier with nine hits and seven runs batted in … finished second at the 2019 Pan American Games with .471 batting average.
At Texas A&M: Four-year letter winner for the Aggies who started all 240 games from 2015-18 … fashioned .355 career batting average with 65 home runs and 219 runs batted in … also closed career with 246 hits, including 37 doubles and a triple, while scoring 198 runs … one of three Texas A&M softball players to play on an Olympics team … two-time NFCA All-America selection, earning Second-Team notice in 2018 and Third-Team honors in 2016 … four-time NFCA All-Region performer … earned All-Southeastern Conference First Team and All-Defensive Team accolades in 2016 and 2018 … member of 2015 SEC All-Freshman Team and All-SEC Second Team … Texas A&M’s all-time leader with 198 runs scored, 480 total bases and 219 runs batted in … also stands third in program history with 246 hits and 164 walks … ranks second on Aggies’ all-time ledger with 65 home runs … registered 1,200 putouts, good for sixth on school’s career list … led Texas A&M in runs scored and slugging percentage three times … also paced Aggies in total bases all four years … hit the first home run in Davis Diamond history on Apr. 29, 2018, against Auburn.
Career stats do not include AUX season stats.
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