San Diego, California
Member of the Canadian women’s national team.
Playing for Natasha Watley Foundation (opens in new tab)
Personal: Member of Athletes Unlimited Softball Player Executive Committee … currently serving as associate head softball coach at San Diego State … grew up in Toronto, Ontario, Canada … started playing softball at the age of 7 … lists her parents as her biggest inspiration growing up … proudest athletic moment is qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with Team Canada … would pursue a career in business management if she was not playing softball … hobbies include cooking, working out and traveling … graduated from Washington with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Political Science … also earned her Master’s degree from Massachusetts in 2017 … named Softball Canada’s Home Run Sports Female Fast Pitch Athlete of the Year in 2019.
2022 Championship Season: Third-year performer who finished in 20th place with 1,302 leaderboard points … set league record with 56 at-bats … tied for fifth in the circuit with 18 hits while scoring 12 runs … also stole league-best five bases in six attempts … hit two home runs with six runs batted in … opened season with nine-game hitting streak before going 0-for-3 against Team Chidester on Aug. 19 … collected three hits with a run scored against Team Harshman in Week Two opener to finish with season-high 180 leaderboard points … also went 3-for-5 with a home run, three runs scored and a pair of runs batted in against Team Chidester on Aug. 13 … closed season with two hits and two runs scored against Team Chidester along with driving in two runs.
2022 AUX Season: Closed season in 13th place on the leaderboard with 1,084 points … starter in 11 games who led the league with .512 batting average and 22 hits … hit safely in 10-of-11 appearances … also scored nine runs, which were tied for third in the circuit … led league with seven multi-hit games, including four games with three or more hits … went 4-for-5 with a run scored against Team Chidester on June 14, joining Dejah Mulipola as the only players with a four-hit effort during the season … opened Series Two with three consecutive multi-hit games, going 8-for-12 with three runs scored during that span … finished season with eight-game hitting streak.
2021 Championship Season: Tallied 1,020 leaderboard points during her second Athletes Unlimited season … started all 15 games … hit .354 with 17 hits in 48 at-bats … led AU for second straight year with seven stolen bases, equaling her own single-season record … also paced circuit with seven stolen base attempts … tied for third in the league with 17 hits, including four doubles … tied for fourth with two sacrifice hits.
2020 Championship Season: Finished third on the leaderboard with 1,860 points … also ranked fourth with 1,310 win points … accumulated 470 stat points, good for ninth in Athletes Unlimited … fashioned .396 batting average with .459 on-base percentage … tied for the league lead with 53 at-bats … tied for second with 21 hits … ranked fifth in the league with 15 runs scored … one of 12 players to record a triple during inaugural season … tied for ninth in the league with 31 total bases … paced league with seven stolen bases in seven attempts.
International Experience: Youngest person ever named to Canadian Senior National Team after joining team at 16 years old in 2009 … led Canada to first-ever Olympic medal with Bronze medal performance in 2020 Tokyo Olympics … hit .300 in Tokyo with team-high seven runs scored … fashioned tournament-high 10 hits and seven stolen bases in 2019 WBSC Americas Olympic Qualifier … helped Team Canada claim Silver medal at 2011 Pan American Games … also named to 2015 Pan American Games team, but was unable to compete due to an injury … has competed in five WBSC World Championships.
Other Professional Experience: Selected by Pennsylvania Rebellion with No. 19 overall pick in 2019 NPF Draft … played 2015 and 2016 seasons with the Rebellion … All-NPF performer with the Canadian Wild in 2019 while earning Jennie Finch Award … paced Wild with 46 hits and a .357 batting average.
At Washington: Four-year letter winner for the Huskies who played from 2011-14 … ranks 10th in program history with 176 career runs … stands eighth on Huskies’ career list with 73 stolen bases in 78 attempts … hit .414 as a senior, which ranks eighth on Washington’s single-season list … led Pac-12 Conference with 28 stolen bases during senior season … recorded six triples during junior season to tie for second on UW’s single-season ledger … paced Huskies in batting average, at-bats, hits, stolen bases and runs scored during junior and senior campaigns … First-Team NFCA All-America selection as a senior … two-time First-Team All-Region honoree … earned All-Pac-12 Conference distinction three times, including First-Team notice as a junior and senior … three-time Academic All-Pac-12 selection … member of 2011 Pac-12 All-Freshman Team.
Career stats do not include AUX season stats.