‣ A four-year letterwinner from Perris, Calif.
‣ Washington’s only four-time All-American, she was a second-team selection as a freshman in 2002 and a first-team honoree in 2003, 2004 and 2005.
‣ Also a four-time, first-team All-Pac-10 selection and the four-time winner of the UW’s MVP award, sharing the honor with a teammate as a freshman.
‣ Played in the NCAA Tournament in each of her four years, reach-ing the Women’s College World Series in both 2003 and 2004.
‣ Remains the only Husky to ever win the Pac-10 or Pac-12 Player of the Year award, winning that honor twice, in 2004 and 2005.
‣ Tied for the national lead in home runs in 2003, with 25, still the Washington single-season record. Owns three of the top-nine, single-season home runs totals in UW history.
‣ Still holds the UW career records for home runs (79) and walks (180); ranks second in career slugging percentage (.773); and ranks third in career RBI (223) and career on-base percentage (.523).
‣ Still owns UW single-season records for walks (68) and on-base percentage (.593)
‣ Shares UW record for single-game homers (3, vs. Purdue, 2003).