University of Oregon - Softball


Volunteer Assistant Coach

Volunteer Assistant
Serving as the team's volunteer assistant coach for the 2016 season.

Team Manager
Joined the Ducks in a coaching role for the 2015 season while finishing her studies.

As a Senior (2014)
Finished her career as Oregon's best run producing bat...Is the Ducks' all-time leader in home runs (46) and RBIs (180)...The first player evern at Oregon with more than 40 career home runs...Second in UO history with 100 career walks as well...Tied the program's single-game record with seven RBIs (grand slam, three-run homer) in the Ducks' run-rule win over No. 1 UCLA on April 4...Her 231 career games played is tied for eighth most in UO history...Just outside the top-10 with 31 career doubles and 630 total at-bats.

As a Junior (2013)
All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention...Started 60 games while appearing in all 61 contests in her junior season...Hit .280 with 28 runs, seven doubles, a career-high 14 home runs and 43 RBIs...Her 14 home runs were the most on the team in 2013...Posted a .403 on-base percentage and a .584 slugging percentage (.987 OPS)...Recorded 345 putouts and a .981 fielding percentage...Named Pac-12 Player of the Week (4/1) after going 4-for-9 with two runs, three RBIs and two home runs in a series win at No. 15 ranked Washington...Started 59 games at first base and one at third...Batted clean-up 58 times, fifth once and seventh once...Tied with Janelle Lindvall for the team lead with a whopping five RBI game against Long Beach State on Feb. 15...Went 2-for-3 with one run and five RBIs in that game...Posted a season-high three hits on March 3 against James Madison...Had five hits in the three game series against California.

As a Sophomore (2012)
All-Region Second Team...All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention...In her first season in the clean-up spot, shined against many of the nation’s top pitchers and was easy to spot on national and league offensive charts...In NCAA rankings, ranked 54th in RBI (0.89 p/g), and also stood top 200 in homers (133rd, 0.20 p/g), walks (177th, 0.51 p/g), slugging (196th, .575), and also ranked ninth overall in the Pac-12 in RBI (54)...In her first year as a starter at first base, the team’s leader in fielding percentage (.992) led Pac-12 categories for chances (494) and putouts (474) and stood third in double plays (third, 18)...For the Ducks, she paced the team in RBIs (54), homers (12-tied), walks (31) and sacrifice flies (3), stood second in game-winning RBIs (9), multi-RBI games (13) and longest hitting streak (13); third in total bases (103) and runs (43); fourth in doubles (9-tied), on-base percentage (.414) and slugging (.575); and fifth in hits (56) and multi-hit games (14-tied)...Seven of her game-winning RBI came vs. NCAA tourney qualifiers - No. 1 California (sixth-inning, two-out single to right field), No. 11 Arizona (first-inning grand slam), No. 14 UCLA (first-inning grand slam), No. 14 Stanford (first-inning sacrifice fly), BYU in the NCAA Regional (third-inning, two-out single), San Diego State (first inning infield ground-out) and Portland State (first-inning, ground-out)...The other two game-winning RBI came vs. UCSB (first-inning homer), Boise State (sixth-inning 2-run single). In the field, logged a .992 fielding mark and added 16 assists.

As a Freshman (2011)
All-Pac-12 Freshman Team Honorable Mention...One of team's most called upon batters in the heart of its lineup, she sported its top homer total among newcomers (7)...ranked second overall on team in doubles (8-tied), third in extra-base hits (15), fourth in RBI (28), fifth in home runs (7), and tied for Pac-12 lead for doubles in a game (3)...played 46 games – second-most among Duck newcomers and one of four that started +40. Her starts came at designated player (22), first base (12) and left field (6)...picked up her first game-winning RBI with her two-run homer in 2-0 NCAA Regional win over Fordham off returning first-team All-American Jen Mineau, and also ended her 81 2/3-inning scoreless streak...opened the 2011 campaign with her season-long six-game hitting streak with three, one-hit games in both the Kajikawa Classic and Louisville Slugger the middle of the league slate, came up with two of her four multi-hit games at World Series advancer and then-No. 13 California against the Pac-12 Pitcher of the the end of the year, had also hit safely against five of the remaining six Pac-12 teams, and homered vs. Oregon State and then-No. 9 mid-March, tied a school record with three doubles and drove in four runs in an 11-3 win over Utah State (3/20)...clubbed her first career grand slam and drove in four runs in 11-3 win over her sister Korin’s UNLV team in late March at San Luis Obispo...Other top games at plate came vs. national champion and then-No.3 Arizona State (1-for-2, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 1 BB) and NCAA qualifier Pacific (1-for-3, 1 HR, 2 RBI).

High School
As a senior, the All-City First-Team selection helped San Pedro to a 23-8 overall record and 9-1 mark...after her senior season, played on the winning side in South Bay Athletic Club and L.A. City Section All-Star contests (5-0, 8-5). In the latter game she homered, and in the former she pitched the first four innings (2 strikeouts, 3 hits, 1 walk) and a junior, was a 2009 All-State Second-Team pick among underclassmen at the multi-purpose position, and was a 2009 All-City Pitcher of the Year and 2008 All-City First Team a junior for the Pirates, she helped her team win its fourth straight Los Angeles City Section title with her game-tying two-out, two-run infield single in the sixth inning, en route to a 7-6 win..the Los Angeles area team won nine of its last 10 games of the season en route to a 28-4 overall record and Marine League a sophomore in 2008, she hit her seventh home run of the year to help her team to a 3-1 section final the fall of 2009, the talented multi-sport athlete was a volleyball team co-captain and a leader in digs and service aces for one of the area’s top squads.

Played club ball for Mizuno Pride for one season.

Parents are Johnny and Teri...has two older sisters Kayla and Korin, and four younger brothers Kainalu, Kanea, Kraig and Korey...Korin was an infielder for UNLV from 2009-12 (and a multiple Mountain West All-Academic honoree)...major is crime, law and societies.