• Maryland record holder in career batting average (.342), career hits (222), career stolen bases (66), best season batting average (.422 in 2011), most hits in a season (78 in 2011)
  • All-ACC First Team (2011, 2012)
  • NFCA All-Region First Team (2011, 2012)

    As a senior (2012): Started all 56 games in left field...helped lead Terps to third straight NCAA Regionals appearance for first time in school history...Maryland's all-time leader in career hits (222), career batting average (.341), career stolen bases (66), most hits in a season with 78 in 2011 and best season batting average in 2011 with .422...twice named to All-ACC First Team for the second straight year ( 2012)...finished the season tied for No. 1 in the ACC with 66 hits, third in batting average with her .361 and fourth in stolen bases (25-29)...went 4-for-4 vs. Delaware State (April 25) and went 4-for-5 vs. No. 19 Florida State (May 6)...hit a game-tying double with two outs in the bottom of the seventh vs. No 19. Florida State to force extra innings (May 6)...that game-tying double was the 220th of her career to make her the Terps' all-time hits leader...hit another game-tying double in the bottom of the seventh vs. Harvard in Terps' Regionals appearance to force extra innings (May 19)...had 19 multi-hit games on the year, including eight in ACC play.

    As a junior (2011): Started 56 of 59 games in left field...her .422 average is the best season batting average in Maryland history...broke Jenny Belak's season hits record of 71 (May 8)...named to the All-ACC First Team and the NFCA All Mid-Atlantic Region First Team...led the ACC in hits with 78 and was second in batting average...was No. 5 in the league in runs scored with 39...had 23 multi-hit games and eight with three hits...went 3-for-3 at Virginia (March 26) and 2-for-2 vs. No. 25 Georgia Tech (April 2)...had a five-game stretch where she had at least two hits vs. Binghamton (April 19) and at ACC Champion Florida State (April 23-24)...went 8-for-12 with five RBI, a double and a three-run home run at Florida State (April 23)...went 3-for-4 in game game two of the doubleheader, she hit her first home run of the year, a three-run homer, to five the Terrapins the win...ended the season on an eight-game hit streak...also lead the team and was No. 7 in the league in stolen bases with 21.

    As a sophomore (2010): Hit .257 on the year ... started and played in 55 games ... had 25 runs and 44 hits, including six doubles and two home runs ... knocked in 13 RBI on the year ... had seven stolen bases in 11 attempts ... had three hits in each of four games ... three stolen bases against Delaware State on April 29 and two against NC State on March 29.

    As a freshman (2009): Was second on the team in batting average with a .304 ... started 37 games and played in 44 ... had 16 runs and 34 hits, including one double ... knocked in 5 RBI on the year ... led the team with 13 stolen bases out of 15 attempts ... went on a seven-game hit streak from March 6-17 ... eight multiple-hit games ... brought in four RBI against Mount St. Mary's on March 7.

    Before Maryland: Played outfield for Etiwanda High School in Etiwanda, Calif. ... served as team captain her final two seasons and earned first team All-San Bernadino County honors as a senior in 2008 ... set her high school's career record with 32 stolen bases ... played club softball for the California Cruisers 18 Gold ... hit a grand slam that enabled her team to advance to Nationals ... coached by David Masucci ... also recruited by New Mexico State, Cal State Fullerton and Penn State.

    Personal: Daughter of David and Roxanne Galindo ... has two sisters, Carina and Malaiyha, and one brother, David, Jr. ... chose Maryland because of the coaches and the beautiful campus ... enjoys spending time with her family and working out in her spare time ... lists leadership ability as her best athletic trait ... also played volleyball in high school ... aspire to become a detective ... a criminology and criminal justice major.

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