Two-time national championship winning softball player for the University of Florida with numerous accolades, perhaps most impressively becoming the first player in NCAA history to record 60+ career home runs and 60+ wins as a pitcher. She then turned professional, playing for the Dallas Charge.
She played travel softball with Arizona Hotshots Gold. She was a 2011 NFCA first team high school All-American.
She pitched the 13th no hitter in the history of Florida softball. She was the 2015 USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year.
She is from Peoria, Arizona.
She joined Babe Ruth as the only other person in NCAA softball, NCAA baseball and MLB history to hit 70+ home runs and record 70+ career wins.