2014 JUNIOR SEASON: Academic All-Big Ten Started 23 games, 20 of which came at the designated player position, and appeared in 41 games hit .351 with a .409 on-base percentage and a .409 slugging percentage recorded the first two steals of her career and belted five home runs had seven multi-hit games, including two three-hit performances against Northwestern (April 11 and 12) Had season highs of three runs scored and four RBI April 11 against Northwestern reached base in five-straight games from April 8-18 hit .321 with a .367 OBP and .667 slugging percentage in 12 appearances against top-25 ranked opponents.
2013 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Named Minnesota's Teammate of the Year played in 12 games during her sophomore campaign, making two starts recorded a .154 batting average with a .313 on-base percentage doubled into the left field corner as part of a two-run sixth against St. Bonaventure (Feb. 23) finished the season with two hits lined a single over the third base and into left field against Northwestern (March 31) Academic All-Big Ten.
2012 FRESHMAN SEASON: Filled in for the absent Dannie Skrove in the outfield with recording 24 starts in 28 appearances hit 1.84 from the palte with a .279 on-base percentage recorded first career hit in a 2-for-4 performance against CSU Bakersfield (Feb. 12) with a home run and two RBI posted another 2-for-4 outing again Cleveland State (Mar. 2) went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI against Bethune-Cookman (Mar. 10) notched a RBI double against Florida Atlantic (Mar. 10) went 1-for-2 with two RBI in the series opener against Nebraska (Mar. 31) tallied a pinch-hit RBI double against Green Bay (Apr. 11).
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Wheaton Warrenville South High School in Wheaton, Ill. three-year letterwinner boasted a .425 batting average throughout her high school career 2011 All-DuPage Valley Conference selection tagged all-area in 2011 four-time academic all-conference honoree member of the DuPage Valley Conference leadership council coached by Denise McCance and Tom Wentland also played for the Wheaton Wildcats (2004-08) and the Lemont Rockers (2009).