Summer 2006: Played with the SoCal Sliders along with Bruin teammates Krista Colburn and Celina Rubalcaba. Team finished second at the ASA Women's Majors tournament.
2006 (Junior): Started 13 games, played in 14. Had 12 starts at catcher and one at DP. Went 2-for-3 in UCLA's April 9 win at Arizona. Singled in her first Pac-10 at-bat against Cal on April 2, coming around to score on Colburn's second-inning triple. Hit .500 in two starts behind the plate at the LBSU Tournament. Went 2-for-4 with an RBI and was hit by a pitch. Went 2-for-3 with a double a run scored and an RBI in her first start of the season against Cal Poly. Went 1-for-2 with two runs scored against UMass two days later. Hit .600 for the Campbell/Cartier Tournament, going 3-for-5 with three runs scored, two doubles and an RBI.
Summer 2005: Played with the NorCal Heat. Team won the Women's B Fastpitch National Championship. Hit .481 for the tournament, the highest of any player. Named MVP of the Tournament. NorCal Heat also won their league championship.
2005 (Sophomore) : Caught the final five innings of the season-opening doubleheader at UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 30. Doubled in her first at-bat of the season. Had a pinch-hit single to lead off the bottom of the seventh inning in the first game of the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament, starting a game-tying rally leading to an extra innings win over Georgia. Caught Selden's 16-K one-hit shutout against Georgia on Feb. 18. Started behind the plate for the Notre Dame game on Feb. 25, catching Selden's 11-strikeout performance. Appeared as a pinch-runner against both Fresno State on Mar. 6 and game 2 vs. Utah State on Mar. 17. Scored the game-winning run on Mar. 17 against the Aggies on a heads-up baserunning play. Starting at second base during Caitlin Benyi's at-bat, Creps correctly read the defensive play and did not slow while rounding third base, allowing her to score on an infield error to win the game for UCLA. Came in as a defensive replacement during UCLA's 6-1 win at ASU on May 7. Caught the final three innings and had one at-bat. Played in three games at the Women's College World Series, pinch-running against California and in the first game of the Championship Series against Michigan on June 6. Pinch ran and had an at-bat of the final game of the Championship Series (June 8). Stacy Winsberg award winner.
2004 (Freshman) : Played in four games, all during the non-conference season in March. Caught as the Flex player (did not hit) against Cal Poly, Nevada and North Texas. Only plate appearances were against Utah on Mar. 13. Had season-ending shoulder surgery on May 4 to repair the labrum in her right (throwing) shoulder and tighten her shoulder socket. Also had off-season surgery on her right knee to repair a torn meniscus.
USA Softball 2003: Played with Team USA on the silver medal-winning Junior World Championship team in October 2003. Third on the team with a .444 batting average. Played in six games, starting three. Went 4-for-9 at the plate with two triples, four hits and a stolen base. Was perfect defensively on 38 chances.
High School: Four-year letter-winner in softball and soccer at Valencia HS. First-team All-CIF and San Fernando Valley Player of the Year recognition all four years. Four-time All-League selection in softball. Female Athlete of the Year for Santa Clarita, Foothill and Valencia High School as a junior. Played club softball with Batbusters, winning the ASA National Championship in 2002 and '03. Played with Tuff-e-nuff's ASA National Championship team in 2000. Played goalie, forward and sweeper for the Valencia varsity soccer team, earning All-League honors all four.