2018: Academic All-MAc honoree ... appeared and started in 43 games, all in centerfield … batted primarily in the ninth and fifth spot … recorded nine multi-hit games … one of the toughest to strike out as she only struck out three times in 124 at bats … posted 33 hits, including three triples; which was tied for second on the team … recorded a .471 batting average (32-of-68) when successfully advancing runners … tied for third for CMU with six doubles … drove in 14 RBI … started the season with a home run versus Morehead State (2/9) … clobbered two doubles in a 9-0 victory over Delaware State (2/15) … clobbered a two-RBI double in a close 4-3 loss to Liberty (2/16) … recorded three hits, including a triple in a 6-2 win over College of Charleston (3/4) … drove in two runs and scored twice on two hits versus Seton Hall (3/11) … went 2-for-3 with a double at Ohio (3/23) … garnered a double and a triple, scoring two runs in a 10-2 (5) win over Buffalo (4/7) … posted two hits in a 3-0 shutout over Toledo (4/28).
2017: Great Lakes All-Region second team … First Team All-MAC selection … Academic All-MAC … MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete ... appeared in all 52 games, making 51 starts at centerfield … led the MAC and team in triples (5) … ranked fourth in the conference with a .377 batting average … tied for seventh in program history with 39 runs … posted a team-high 63 hits … batted .750 (6-of-8) with loaded bases … went 48-of-87 (.552) in advancing runners, which led the team … ranked second on the team in doubles (10) … only struck out seven times, including four times during league play, and ranked 42nd nationally in toughest to strikeout (23.9) … posted 17 multi-hit games, including two four-hit contests … led the Chippewas with seven multi-RBI games, including one game with three RBI … started the season with at least one hit in the first five games (2/10-2/12) … notched a home run and triple in a 5-0 shutout over Villanova (3/3) … scored three runs in a 10-2 victory against Butler (3/8) … posted a team-high 12-game hitting streak, going 19-of-41 (.463) … totaled two triples in a 6-1 win vs. Army (3/11), which tied for first in program history … went 3-of-5, including a triple in a 1-0 11-inning win over Kent State (4/1) … tallied two doubles in a 6-2 loss at Akron (4/9) … notched a career-high four hits with two RBI in a 10-2 win versus Western Michigan (4/12) … batted .750 (3-of-4) with two doubles and three runs scored in an 8-0 shutout at Valparaiso (4/18) … recorded three singles in a 6-2 win against Michigan State (4/26) … tied a career-high four hits in a 6-4 win over Eastern Michigan (5/7).
2016: All-MAC First Team … MAC All-Freshman Team … team co-leader in batting average (.336) … ranked second on team in hits (44) … finished third on team in stolen bases (7) … ranked third on team in on-base percentage (.374) … doubled and knocked in two runs in 8-0 victory over Mercer in Mercer Invitational (2/13) … homered with three RBI in 4-3 win over Pittsburgh in Mercer Invitational (2/14) … had two hits and stole a base in 8-6 win over Cornell (3/5) … had two hits and a stolen base in 4-0 victory over North Dakota (3/11) … had three hits with two RBI and a stolen base in 10-1 over Valparaiso (3/22) … recorded two hits, including a double, with two RBI in 4-4 tie with Akron (4/2) … had three hits and scored two runs in 8-4 victory over Western Michigan (4/5) … recorded six hits with two doubles, a triple, two RBI, and four runs in doubleheader sweep of Toledo (4/16) … had two hits and knocked in a run in 5-4 victory at Northern Illinois (5/6).
Three-year letterwinner ... named team captain for senior season and team MVP ... first team All-Southern Arizona honoree ... second team All-State selection ... named All-Southern Arizona Honorable Mention by the Arizona Daily Star for 2012-13 season ... selected Second Team All-Southern Arizona by the Arizona Daily Star for 2013-14 season ... hit. 448 with two home runs, 23 stolen bases and on strikeout in 194 at bats over the past two years ... played summer ball with the Arizona Desert Thunder ... selected Central Michigan over Minnesota, Southern Illinois and Southern Mississippi.