One of the best athletes on the entire West Coast ... A five-tool player who can do it all ... Has a strong arm, as evident of her 15 career outfield assists ... Makes many highlight plays in the field time and time again ... An excellent base runner ... A scholar-athlete.
SDSU Career Rankings: 1st in walks (79), 2nd in on-base percentage (.425), 2nd in OPS (OB% + SLG%) percentage (.880), 3rd in batting average (.332), 3rd in slugging percentage (.455), 3rd in doubles (28), 5th in runs (100), 5th in extra-base hits (42), 6th in total bases (233), T-6th in times hit by a pitch (7), T-6th in sacrifice flies (4), T-7th in triples (7), 8th in hits (170), 8th in singles (128), 8th in stolen bases (32)
2009 SEASON - JUNIOR
Named to the all-MWC team, the second time she has been honored (2007) ... Earned the MWC Player of the Week on March 17 ... One of two Aztecs to start all 53 games ... In fact, she has started the last 152 games dating back to the 2007 campaign, the longest such streak on the team ... SDSU is 99-53 (.651) over that period ... Led the team in runs (22), doubles (13), walks (28), times hit by a pitch (3) and stolen bases (tied, 11) ... Ranked among the MWC leaders in walks (tied, second), stolen bases (tied, second), doubles (fifth) and at-bats (161, tied, eighth) ... Had four game-winning RBI, despite playing the majority of the season as the leadoff hitter ... Also had three game-winning scores, making her seven game-winning plays the second-most on the squad, along with Jessica Camello ... Doubled in each of her first two games on Feb. 7 against Pacific and Cal Poly ... Scored twice against the Mustangs ... Followed with a single on Feb. 8 against Cal Poly, making it nine straight games (dating back to 2008) with at least one hit, the longest streak of her career ... Had a solid outing against UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 14, where she reached on three of her four plate appearances (double and two walks), had a run, an RBI and stole a base ... Had a hit, walk and a run versus No. 24 Long Beach State on Feb. 15 ... Earned all-tournament team honors at the Mardi Gras Classic (Feb. 20-22) after going 3-for-9 with four walks (.538 on-base percentage) ... Singled, walked and drove in a run versus UConn (Feb. 20) ... Stole two bases and walked against No. 18 Louisiana-Lafayette on Feb. 21 ... Doubled and walked in next game against the Ragin' Cajuns on Feb. 22 ... Walked in six straight games from Feb. 15-25 ... Reached base safely to lead off the game in five contests (3 BB, 2B, 1B) from Feb. 15-22 ... Had a game-winning RBI double against Oregon on Feb. 27 ... Scored twice, and added a single, walk and stolen base in SDSU's 12-0 rout over Santa Clara on March 1 ... Had a single, a walk, stole a base and scored twice in the Aztecs' 5-0 win over Vermont (March 6) ... Was 2-for-3 with an RBI versus UC Davis on March 7 ... Went 2-for-4 with two stolen bases, a run and an RBI against South Dakota State on March 11 ... Had another two hits and a career-high three RBI and a double in SDSU's win over Miami (OH) on March 12 ... Tripled and drove in a run the next day against Oklahoma State (March 13) ... Later in the night versus Northern Colorado, she went 1-for-2 with a run, an RBI, a walk, a stolen base and a sacrifice fly ... Had another hit the next day against New Mexico State, then went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a walk versus Iowa State ... The day completed a season-long seven-game hitting streak, where she went 10-for-23 (.435) with eight RBI over the streak ... The performance earned her the MWC Player of the Week (March 17) ... Doubled and drove in a run in the second game of the doubleheader against Texas Tech (March 17) ... Had an RBI single and a walk at San Diego on April 1 ... Singled, drew a walk and stole a base in the MWC opener at UNLV (April 4) ... Drove in two runs, including the game-winner, scored a run and doubled the next day against the Rebels ... Also drew her 72nd career walk to become SDSU's all-time walk leader ... Singled, walked and stole a base against UTEP on April 7 ... Registered two hits, including a leadoff double, at Utah on April 17 ... Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, a walk and a double at New Mexico on April 24 ... Had two doubles and two RBI the following day at Colorado State on April 25 ... Had an RBI double against the Rams the following day ... Had a season-high three hits and a run scored against Utah on April 30 ... Had another three-hit outing against Brigham Young in the first game of a doubleheader on May 2 ... Singled and scored twice versus UNLV on May 9 ... Went 3-for-7 with a walk in her two NCAA tournament games ... SDSU finished 10-2 when she had at least one double and 8-3 when she had a multi-hit game.
2008 SEASON - SOPHOMORE
Was one of three Aztecs (Tamani Wells and Erin Floros) to start every game ... Was the only player to start every game at the same position (right field) ... Led SDSU in runs (39), doubles (10), total bases (80), slugging percentage (.432), walks (27), times hit by a pitch (tied, 3) and on-base percentage (.392) ... Was second in home runs (3) and sacrifice bunts (11), and tied with Tonye McCorkle for second with 12 stolen bases ... Had a team-best 13 game-winning runs (next highest was seven) ... Over her two seasons she has 19 game-winning runs ... Had been a part of a game-winning play (hit or run) a team-best 15 times in 2008 ... Hit a solo homer against Portland State on Feb. 10 ... Raised her batting average .232 percentage points from .130 on Feb. 17 to a season-high .362 on March 5 ... Hit a remarkable .514 (18-for-35) over that 13-game stretch ... What's most impressive about the improvement is that 11 of those 13 games were against 2007 NCAA tournament teams ... Recorded season highs of three runs and three walks in SDSU's win over Saint Peter's on Feb. 29 ... Went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and a stolen base versus Eastern Michigan on March 1 ... Scored twice against Loyola-Chicago (March 5) and San Diego (March 7) ... Was 2-for-2 with two runs, two RBI and a homer in SDSU's 3-0 shutout against No. 6 Texas A&M on March 15 ... Came back with two hits in the team's next game against Iowa State (March 17) ... Went 3-for-3 with two runs, an RBI and a solo homer at New Mexico on April 18 ... Followed that game up with a 2-for-4 outing with two RBI, a run and a triple against Colorado State (April 19) ... Was 2-for-2 with two runs and an RBI versus Utah on April 25 ... Had two hits and scored twice to help SDSU clinch the MWC title with a 9-0, five-inning victory at UNLV on May 9 ... Batted a team-best .333 (4-for-12) with two runs, a double and a stolen base in three NCAA tournament games ... The Aztecs were 26-3 when she scored a run, 14-2 when she had at least on extra-base hit and 13-2 when she had an RBI.
2007 SEASON - FRESHMAN
Had a tremendous first season on The Mesa ... Named to the NFCA/Louisville Slugger all-West Region second team ... It was the second straight season an Aztec freshman was honored (Erin Floros) ... Earned all-MWC accolades ... Ranked among the SDSU single-season leaders in eight categories, including on-base percentage (.464), batting average (.386), runs (39), slugging percentage (.524), hits (64), total bases (87), walks (24) and home runs (4) ... Also was second on the team with three triples and 166 at-bats and tied for third with nine stolen bases ... Ranked among the MWC leaders in hits (T-3rd), batting average (4th), on-base percentage (5th), triples (T-5th), walks (T-6th), runs (T-9th) and stolen bases (T-9th) ... One of two Aztecs (Tamani Wells) to appear in every game ... Her 54 starts trailed only Wells' 56 ... Had 15 multi-hit games, tied with Wells for most on the squad ... Was a part of a game-winning play (game-winning run or RBI) 11 times or 34.4 percent (11 of 32) of SDSU's 32 wins, most on the team ... Of those plays, six were game-winning runs (second behind Wells' seven) and five were game-winning RBI (tied with Monica Alnes for first) ... Had a team-high seven three-hit games (rest of the team had 12) ... Hit .381 (24-for-63) in MWC contests with a team-best 15 runs, 34 total bases, 12 walks and .474 on-base percentage ... Led the team with a .386 home average (32-for-83), .447 neutral (17-for-38), .391 day (43-for-110), .375 night (21-for-56), .396 vs. right-handers (63-for-159), .460 with runners on base (29-for-63) and .536 with runners on and two outs (15-for-28) ... Batted a remarkable .769 (10-for-13) with six runs scored in four games against MWC foe Colorado State ... Reached base safely in 45 of her 54 starts (83.3 percent) ... Homered in her first career at-bat against No. 6 Oregon State for SDSU's only run in the 1-0 win ...Went a perfect 4-for-4 in the Aztecs' 3-2 win over Colorado State on April 29 ... Scored four times at Brigham Young on May 11 to tie a school single-game record with three other players ... Had a career-long eight-game hitting streak from March 4-13, when she batted .409 (9-for-22) ... Hit .667 (12-for-18) with eight runs over a five-game stretch from April 13-18 ... SDSU went 21-6 when she scored a run, 12-4 when she drove in a run, 12-3 when she had two or more hits, 6-2 when she stole at least one base and 3-1 when she homered.
HIGH SCHOOL - ESCONDIDO