JUNIOR YEAR (2020): Played in 12 games, starting in 10 … tallied four hits, two of which were home runs, and finished with three runs batted in … drew four walks … posted an on-base percentage of .235 and a slugging percentage of .345 … hit a home run against Stanford on Feb. 7 and at Grand Canyon on Feb. 8 … threw out two runners trying to steal.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2019): Played in 33 games, starting in 30, all behind the plate … totaled six hits, two doubles and one home run with 11 total bases … hit her first career home run at New Mexico State on April 2 … walked 10 times … twice recorded two walks in a game (at Utah State and against Boise State) … stole her first career base on her only attempt at Utah State on April 5 … accounted for five runs and three RBI … third on the team in putouts with 101 … threw out seven runners trying to steal … had one multiple RBI game, which happened on April 2 against New Mexico State … hit her first collegiate home run at NMSU on April 2 … reached base safely in eight-straight games, spanning from March 23 to April 7 … Named UNM Scholar-Athlete.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2018): Appeared in 42 games, starting in 36 games at catcher …fifth on the team in batting average (.230) … second on the team in number of putouts with 118 … led the team in caught stealing by with six … recorded a season-high three hits and four total bases versus St. Mary’s on March 10.
HIGH SCHOOL: Went to Desert Ridge High School in Mesa, Ariz. … her team made the Final Eight Division 6A State Playoffs multiple times … first team all-conference selection in 2015 and 2016 … First Team All-Division and Second Team All-State selection in her junior year … three-time Golden Scholar Award recipient … played club softball for the Arizona Firecrackers and Arizona Hotshots Elite.
ON WHY UNM: “I am extremely excited and anxious to become a student-athlete at UNM. I have dreamed of this moment for a long time and I can’t believe it is finally here. I want to thank Coach Beach for this amazing opportunity to be a part of her program. I am very proud to be a Lobo!”