WWU slips from second to third place in GNAC standings
COLLEGE: First-team National Fastpitch Coaches Association and second-team Daktronics West Region all-star as sophomore in 2014 ... Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year and first-team all-star ... Hit .424 (59-for-139), setting four school season records with 10 home runs, 47 runs batted in, 103 total bases and a slugging percentage of .741 ... Placed second in GNAC in home runs, RBI and batting average ... GNAC Player of the Week ... Also had 14 doubles ... Second on team in multiple-hit games (16), multiple-RBI games (10) and longest hitting streak (12) ... Had .987 fielding average with just two errors in 159 chances ... Made two pitching appearances, having 1-0 record and 0.00 earned run average in seven innings ... First-team GNAC all-star as freshman in 2013 ... Started all 42 games played in ... Hit. .333 (42-of-126) with team-leading 26 RBI and 23 runs scored ... Also had 11 doubles, team-high 3 triples and 2 home runs ... Had .516 slugging percentage, .418 on-base percentage and team-best 13-game hitting streak... Committed just 4 errors in 176 chances (.977 fielding average) with 138 putouts and 34 assists ... As pitcher, made 19 appearances and 17 starts ... Posted 10-7 record, win total being team best, with 3.77 ERA and seven complete games ... Worked 102 innings, striking out 26 and walking 23 ... Two letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: Everett Herald Player of the Year as senior at Everett High School, helping Seagulls to 22-2 record and championship game of Class 3A state tournament, the finish being highest in school history ... Hit .508 with two home runs and 39 runs batted in ... Posted 17-1 record as pitcher ...Team MVP for third straight year ...First-team all-Area as junior at Everett High School on squad that placed sixth at state ... Set nine school records in hitting, batting .360 and having nine home runs ... First-team all-Western Conference North Division choice as sophomore on squad that won league and district titles and placed third at state ... Also first-team all-league as freshman ... Team Rookie of the Year ... Started and lettered four years ... Won three state championships and one Western national title as club team member.