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COLLEGE: Second-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as freshman in 2012 ... Played in 46 games, making 44 starts ... Hit .280 (40-for-143), scoring team-high 24 runs ... Had 10 multiple-hit games, 6 doubles and 1 home run ... Was 3-for-3 with 2 doubles and 1 home run vs. Dominican on 3/31/12, driving in 1 run and scoring 2 ... Committed 10 errors in 162 chances (110 assists) for fielding average of .938 ... One letter.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Skagit Valley Herald all-Area and Northwest Conference all-star, each for fourth straight year, as senior at Sedro-Woolley High School ... Played in Senior Challenge all-star game ... Broke school records for runs scored in season (51) and career (141) ... Hit .479 with eight home runs, helping Cubs to conference championship and Class 3A state tournament ... As junior, played on state title-winning squad ... First-team all-state, SVH Female Athlete of the Year and state Sportsmanship Award winner ... Batted .484 average with 28 runs scored and 12 extra-base hits ... Hit for cycle in one game ... As sophomore, helped SWHS to district title and seventh place at state ... Started and lettered four years ... Also earned four letters in basketball ... Set school career scoring record with 1,277 points ... Three times earned first-team all-Area and all-conference recognition, once on first team and twice on second team ... Team captain for three seasons.
PERSONAL: Plans to major in anthropology.
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