2013: Saw time both in the circle and in the field… Appeared in 11 games in the circle with 11 strikeouts in 24.1 innings… Played mostly in right in the field… First career home run came at Cornell.
2012: Saw time both in the circle and at first base… Pitched in nine games… Earned her first career save by tossing a scoreless seventh inning to preserve a 5-4 victory at Dartmouth… Tallied her first career victory against Bryant… Played 16 games at first base… First career hit was a single against Providence… Went 2-for-2 and drew a walk against Penn.
Off the Field: Lab Assistant at the Yale Biological Anthropology Lab involving cleaning, measuring, cataloging, and analyzing skeletal remains - both human and non-human, assisted in measuring and analyzing the skeleton of Gargantua, the gorilla, worked with the 4 sets of remains found at the Yale-New Haven Emergency Room construction site and helped in the excavation of 5 sets of remains found on the New Haven Green after Hurricane Sandy blew over the Lincoln Tree and also helped to analyze and piece the remains together (Fall 2012 - present)
Before Yale: Two-time first team all-conference and all-county selection at Ferndale High School… Had a 7-3 record with a 1.83 ERA as a senior… Batted .649 with five home runs and 24 RBI… Team captain as junior and senior… Team most valuable player and named Scholar Athlete in her senior year… Honorable mention all-county selection as a sophomore… Played club softball for Washington Triple Threat.
Personal: National Honor Society member… Helped coach a middle school softball team… Coach of fifth/sixth grade Math Olympiad team at Skyline Elementary School.