R-Junior (2012): Started all 48 games... Recorded a .275 batting average and ranked third on the team with a .409 slugging percentage... Also ranked third on the team in hits (43), runs batted in (24) and walks (11)... Tallied five home runs. three doubles and one triple with 149 at bats... Went four for four with three runs batted in against Sacred Heart (3/27)... Recorded four runs batted in on three hits vs. Butler (3/11)... Named to the 2011-12 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
R-Sophomore (2011):Appeared in 43 games, starting 32 primarily in right field... Finished with a .282 batting average... Ranked second on the team with 24 RBI... Ranked third on the team with four home runs... Batted .340 in BIG EAST games... Finished the conference schedule with a team-high four doubles... Went 3-for-3 at DePaul (5/1) with a home run... Led the team with eight multi-RBI games... Named to the 2010-11 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
R-Freshman(2010):Appeared in all 51 games on the season, starting 48... Recorded a batting average of .191 in 131 at bats... Had 25 hits and batted in 18 runs... Scored 12 runs and had five doubles and six home runs... Led the team with 20 walks... Registered an on base percentage of .298 and a slugging percentage of .366... Had a season high two homeruns and four RBIs in a two for four showing in the top half of a double header at Rutgers (4/10)... Went two for three with a home run at Florida Atlantic (3/7).
Freshman (2009): Attended the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.
High School: A 2008 graduate of Eastlake HS in Sammamish, Wash....Lettered three years in softball...Helped the Wolves to a state title and a Kingco Conference championship...Named to the All-Kingco Team for three years...Selected as a three-time Washington State Scholar-Athlete Award recipient (WIAA) (2006, 2007 and 2008)...Member of National Honor Society...Played ASA travel ball with Washington Lady Hawks Gold, which won seventh place in Gold Nationals.
Personal:A pyschology& human development and family studies dual degree ... born May 5, 1990.