AS A SOPHOMORE (2016): Appeared in 49 games, starting in all of them...was the primary third baseman, starting 31 games at the hot corner...also started 15 games at shortstop and three games at second base...had one of the best seasons in Maryland softball history, batting .399 with a .458 on base percentage and .574 slugging percentage...voted team MVP at team banquet...posted the third highest batting average in Maryland softball history...led team in batting average (.399), slugging percentage (.574), on base percentage (.458), runs scored (32), hits (59), doubles (12), total bases (85) and assists (103) and was second in RBIs (29) and home runs (4)...started off season hot, going 7-for-16 at Kajikawa Classic...went 3-for-3 and started an eleven game hitting streak in second game of the year against Boise State (2/12) with her first career dinger...had a go-ahead RBI double against No. 6 Oregon (2/13)...finished off weekend with 2-for-4 outing against San Diego (2/13) and 1-for-3 showing against Utah State (2/14)...had one hit in each of the first four games of the Panther Invitational (2/19-21) including RBIs in games against Mercer and Miami (OH) (2/20)...went 2-for-4 and scored a run against No. 5 Alabama (2/21)...reached base in four out of five plate appearances in win over Boston (2/26) with a 2-for-3, two walk outing that included a second inning RBI...starred in win over FAU (2/27), going 2-for-6 with a clutch 11th inning RBI that ended up being the deciding run...scored two runs as part of 2-for-4 game against Stony Brook (2/28)...equaled her previous game with another 2-for-4, two run game against Georgetown (3/4)...drove in three runs on two hits includin a double in loss to George Washington (3/5)...hit safely in all four games of OU Invitational (3/11-13), batting .500 (7-for-14)...had four hits and three RBIs and her second long ball of the year against St. Louis and BYU (3/11)...bolted one hit in each game at No. 12 Oklahoma (3/12-13)...continued hot streak at plate in College Park at the Maryland Invitational, going 4-for-8 and scoring a run in each game...knocked sixth double of season against Massachusetts (3/18)...batted .385 in Big Ten play with 20 hits, 13 runs, six doubles, two homers and 15 RBIs...led team in on base percentage (.468) and slugging percentage (.615) in conference play...went 2-for-3 and scored go-ahead run in middle game at Ohio State (3/26)...had a 2-for-4 outing in first game against Nebraska (4/1) with a go-ahead second inning RBI single and a hit in a five run fourth inning...shined in St. Francis doubleheader (4/5), going 4-for-7 from the dish with three runs and a walk...continued hot April start in two games against Michigan State (4/8-10), tallying four hits, five RBIs, and three runs...started off Michigan State (4/8) series with first inning two run home run and drove in all three Terrapin runs...added two more RBIs in the middle game win over Michigan State (4/10)...knocked RBI double in loss to Penn State (4/17)...went 3-for-6 in Rutgers doubleheader (4/20)...finished out the season with a bang, going 6-for-9 in Indiana series (5/7-8)...crushed a double in each game of the series...had career game in season ending win over Hoosiers (5/8), going 3-for-3 with five RBIs...hit go-ahead grand slam in the fifth inning to give Maryland the 10-8 win.
AS A FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared in 21 games, making 8 starts at shortstop and designated hitter...pinch ran in 11 games...made first collegiate start at shortstop against Lafayette (2/7)...scored game winning run in the 8th inning of a Maryland comeback against Nevada (2/20)...recorded first collegiate hit against Rhode Island (3/7)...scored run in home opener against Lafayette (3/15)...started at shortstop in all three games of Indiana series (4/4-4/6), went 1-for-3 in game two (4/4)...utilized as pinch-runner in all three games of Michigan State series (5/1-5/3) and scored a run in the first two games (5/1-5/2).
Before Maryland: An all-around impact player with versatility to play third base, shortstop and second base…played softball in Hawaii during school year and travels to California in the summers to play for the California Cruisers…Vangie Galindo, Shannon Bustillos and Hannah Dewey headline a long list of Division I athletes that have played for the Cruisers…will be first member of family to attend a 4-year university...lists sports hero as Bo Jackson...majoring in criminology and criminal juctice...career plans include becoming a police officer.
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