2003 Honors/Awards: Honorable Mention All-Pac-10.
Summer 2003: Played for Teamsmith Nationals. Team took second place at ASA WomenÕs Nationals. Named a first-team All-American at the ASA Tournament.
2003: Scored the NCAA Championship-winning run after leading off the top of the ninth inning with a double off of the left field fence. Started all 61 games for the Bruins in center field. Had a three-run home run in the first inning of UCLAÕs NCAA Regional Championship win over Michigan State (May 18). Had a 10-home run season as a junior after combining for five homers in her first two seasons as a Bruin. Hit behind classmate Claire Sua beginning with the HedrickÕs Hallowell Chevrolet Classic (Mar. 6). Previously hit third in the lineup. Had a career day on Feb. 5 at UC Riverside, turning in spectacular offensive numbers in UCLAÕs doubleheader rout of the Highlanders. Went 8-for-10 on the day (.800), had a home run in each game, a triple in game one and a double in the nightcap. Finished the day with seven runs scored, six RBIs, a 1.700 slugging percentage and one putout on as many chances.
2002: UCLAÕs top hitter during its NCAA Regional with a .455 average (5-for-11) with two runs scored, a double and two RBI. Played all three outfield positions. Hit a first-inning grand slam on April 7 at Arizona, one of her three home runs for this season. Homered in game one vs. Arizona State on May 11, a two-run shot. Had six multi-RBI games, including two of UCLAÕs final four regular season games (at No. 16 Oregon State on May 4; vs. No. 4 Arizona State on May 11, game 1).
2001: Honorable Mention All-Pac-10. Started UCLAÕs first 29 games before breaking the fourth metacarpal bone in her left hand in UCLAÕs Mar. 8 game against Colorado State. Returned to the starting lineup on April 6 against Arizona State. Had 15 multi-hit games, including four three-hit games. Also had seven multi-RBI games. Started for the Bruins in left field when Freed is in center, and in center when Freed pitched. Stole six bases on eight chances.
High School: Led Elk Grove to league championships as a freshman, sophomore and senior. Team was the CIF Runner-Up in 2000. Three-time All-League and All-City first team. All-CIF as a junior and senior. Team captain as a senior. Played for the California Breeze ASA team, which won the 1999 ASA 18U National Championship. High school batting average improved each year, as she hit .392 as a freshman, .402 as a sophomore, .444 as a junior and .470 as a senior. Did not commit a defensive error as a junior or a senior.