Lafayette led the league with most student-athletes on Honor Roll
Season wraps up on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Colgate's early long ball seals the series in 3-1 finale
Lafayette closes out series with Senior Day on Sunday
Leopards close out home slate with Colgate series
2015: Started 35 games on the season primarily at designated hitter...pitched in 18 games, starting two of them...did not commit an error the entire season with 70 chances...one of four players on the team with a homerun...tied for fourth on the team with 20 hits, fifth on the team with three doubles, and tied for third most RBIs on the team with eight...went 2-4 with an RBI and a double on 3/13 at George Washington...went 2-3 with two RBI and a double on 3/16 at UMBC.
2014: Started in 37 of 40 games in the outfield and in the pitching circle...hit for a .243 average, third best on the team, with 26 hits, three doubles and a home run...led the team with 16 RBI while also registering seven multiple-hit games (second most on the team)...was good for a .464 clip with two outs and .333 with runners in scoring position...finished with a 3-2 record in 18 pitching appearances while starting three games...led the team with a 3.32 ERA while in 44.1 innings...Academic All-Patriot League selection who also secured Patriot League Academic Honor Roll laurels...drove in two runs, including the game-winner, with a sixth inning bloop single in a 2-1 win over Bucknell (4/6); she closed out the game in a relief pitching roll in the final two innings, including a diving flip play that cut down a runner at the plate...notched additional wins over Rider (4/22) and Villanova (4/23), allowing four runs combined in nine innings in the two outings...against Rider (4/22), she threw a complete game in game one of a doubleheader and then did her damage at the plate in game two, belting her first career grand slam in a 5-4 victory.
2013: Started in 31 out of 33 games as a freshman...batted .193 on 17 hits...recorded two wins in 21 appearances...pitched to a 4.94 era...pitched 4.2 innings of relief against Morgan State (3/9) to pick up her first win of the season.
High School: Two-year letterwinner and an integral part of an undefeated run in the Trinity League in 2011...made it to the third round of CIF Division 1 Playoffs in 2010, earning team captain and team MVP honors...advanced to the second round of CIF Division 1 Playoffs in 2011...High Honor Roll student who was a member of National Honor Society, the National Society of High School Scholars, and the California Scholarship Federation...participated in Key Club and Ambassadors Club...took a mission trip to China in 2012...coordinated Shoes for Kids in Darfur and Giving Tree.
Why I Chose Lafayette: I chose Lafayette because it offered an opportunity to excel as a student-athlete providing excellent academic resources while allowing me to fulfill my goal of playing softball at the collegiate level.
Favorite Quote:"The difference between a successful person and others is not lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack in will." -Vince Lombardi