As a sophomore (2012): Saw action in 34 games and started in five...came on as a pinch hitter in 31 games...notched seven hits, five RBI, two doubles and a home run...hit first career home run as a pinch hitter vs. George Mason to bring in two RBI (April 4)...hit a two-RBI double as a pinch hitter vs. Delaware State (April 25)...hit a base hit through the left side in final inning vs. Harvard in NCAA Regionals (May 19).

As a freshman (2011): Saw action in one game...served as a back-up catcher.

Before Maryland: Played catcher for her high school softball team all four years ... two-year team captain of high school team ... 2010 Washington Post All-Met catcher first team ... two-time Washington Post All-Area All-Star (2009 and 2010) ... named Washington Post "Player of the Week" the week of April 26, 2010 ... three-time IAAM "A" Conference All-Star Catcher ... earned Prince George's Gazette 2010 "Player of the Year" ... named by to the "2010 Top Prospects" class ... four-year Pallotti career stats ... played on the Riviera Beach Spirit Gold club team for three years ... club team played in the 2010 ESPN Rise/ Premier National Championship in Huntington Beach, Calif.

Personal: Daughter of Frank and Carolyn Trimble ... has one sister, Caitlyn Trimble, who is a senior at Maryland ... mother Carolyn Trimble coached the Terp cheerleaders (1982-1986) and designed the present-day Testudo costume with the red "M" on the shell ... named National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-American Scholar-Athlete ... member of National Honor Society ... formerly voted class President ... volunteers for Adopt-A-Beach in Delaware ... volunteers as a softball instructor ... plans on becoming an orthopedic surgeon and a team doctor ... came to Maryland because Terrapin pride runs in her family.

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