As a Junior (2010): Played and started in all 55 games as a catcher ... Batted .280 with 44 hits on the season ... Led the team with 24 walks ... Hit eight home runs, good for second on the team ... Added six doubles and one triple ... Scored 18 runs ... Drove in 22 runners ... Committed only five errors in 365 attempts, good for a team leading .987 fielding percentage ... Threw out four runners from behind the plate.
As a Sophomore (2009): One of just two players on the roster to make an appearance in all 48 games ... Started 47 times ... Served as the starting catcher for the second year in a row ... Led the roster in at-bats (143) and total bases (57) ... Posted 38 hits, second-most on the team ... Tied for second on the squad with four doubles and five home runs ... Third on the team in runs scored (14) and slugging percentage (.399) ... Fifth on the roster with 13 RBIs ... Drew 12 walks ... Had a .335 on-base percentage ... Had nine multiple-hit games ... Posted a five-game hitting streak ... Swiped two bases in as many attempts ... Gunned down seven would-be base stealers from behind home.
As a Freshman (2008): Became the first Wolfpack player to be named ACC Rookie of the Year ... Named to the ACC All-Tournament Team ... Second-team All-ACC ... Picked up second-team NFCA all-region honors ... Ranked 20th nationally for doubles per game ... Set several single-season school records including batting average (.348), slugging percentage (.658) and doubles (19) ... Tied a school record with three runs in a game against Coastal Carolina on April 23 ... Collected multiple hits in 14 games, grabbing two hits nine times and three hits five times ... Knocked in multiple runs in six games ... One of just three players to compete in all 58 games ... Started 53 contests, third most on the team ... Second in the conference for RBIs in ACC games with 13 ... Eighth in the league for hits in ACC games (20) ... Tops in the conference in doubles (19), total bases (106), and slugging percentage (.658) ... Led the Pack in batting average (.348), slugging percentage (.658), RBIs (34), doubles (19), total bases (106), sacrifice flies (3) ... Second on the roster in on-base percentage (.416), runs scored (26), hits (56) and home runs (9) ... Had nine total bases against Virginia on March 30, going 3-for-4 with two home runs, two runs scored and three RBIs ... Slugging percentage was 77th nationally ... Scored the first run in Curtis & Jacqueline Dail Stadium history against UNC Greensboro on February 27.
High School: Played catcher for four years at Countryside High School under head coach Kaylyn Bayly, serving as a captain in her last two seasons ... Led the county in RBIs as a sophomore ... Tops on her team in RBIs and triples as a junior, and first on the squad in home runs during her final season ... Helped Countryside to the PCAC title in 2004 and 2007, as well as a Final Four appearance in 2007 ... Named all-conference and all-county all four years ... All-state as a senior in 2007 ... Hit .432 as a sophomore and collected 36 RBIs as a junior ... Has a wealth of club experience, with six years in ASA Nationals, three years in the Hall of Fame Tournament and five years of ASA State ball ... Finished fifth at the 16-U ASA Nationals with Team Florida Gold with head coach Dave Hazzard ... Placed fifth at the ASA Gold Nationals with the Virginia Shamrocks while playing for head coach Tommy Orndorff ... Played alongside current Wolfpack teammate Bridget Desbois with the Shamrocks ... Won the 2007 Clearwater, Florida sportsmanship award ... Named an NFCA Academic All-America Student-Athlete ... Four-year honor roll student ... Named to the Dean's List on two occasions ... A four-year invitee to the Congressional Leader Conference ... Kept stats for her high school men's soccer team.
Personal: Very active as a camp counselor at several different camps ... Majoring in criminology.