Height: 5'2"
Year: Redshirt Freshman
Hometown: El Dorado Hills, CA
High School: Oak Ridge HS
Major: General Biology
Experience: High School


Selected to compete for the New Zealand National Softball Team in 2017-18 and 2018-19.

Did not compete due to injury.

Competed with the All-American Sports Academy 18G Macias from 2016-18.

A 2018 graduate of Oak Ridge High School in El Dorado Hills ... Competed with the Trojans of the Sierra Foothill League ... Was a four year varsity letter winner for softball ... Named to the Sierra Foothill First Team All-League in 2018 ... Was the team captain and earned the Most Dedicated Player Award as a senior ... Earned Sacramento All-City Team honors in 2018 ... Was a nominee for Athlete of the Year in 2018 ... Led the league in stolen bases with 23 as a senior ... Helped the Trojans to a Sierra Foothill League title in 2017 ... Also competed on the track and field team ... Set Oak Ridge records in the 200m dash and sprint medley relay in 2015 ... Helped the track and field team to a Sierra Foothill League title in 2015.

Born Feb. 6 in Palo Alto ... Parents are Deborah and Kevyn ... Has a twin sister, Kayla, who attends the University of Arizona ... General Biology major at Warren College ... Aspires to become a large animal (livestock) veterinarian ... Top softball memory was performing the Haka with the New Zealand National Team against Chinese Taipei before game one of the WBSC 2018 World Championships in Tokyo, Japan ... Was a member of the New Zealand National and Junior National Teams ... Represented New Zealand at the Junior World Championships in Florida in 2017 and the WBSC World Championships in Tokyo, Japan in 2018 ... Enjoys creating pencil drawings ... Roots for the New Zealand All Blacks, San Francisco Giants, and Houston Astros ... Favorite athlete is Usain Bolt ... Loves the movie Secretariat ... Listens to Sam Hunt and Carrie Underwood ... Likes to eat Mexican food with guacamole.

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