||January 21, 1984
||Simcoe, ON Canada
||Port Dover, ON Canada
||Hollywood, FL USA
/ 148 lbs
||California University Of Pennsylvania
|Course of Study:
||Masters of Science in Sport Studies from Indiana University of Pennsylvania
PSAC all conference Academic Scholar
Deans List Every Semester
|Most Influential Person:
|Who most influence your softball career:
||My Parents. They were the one who got me into the sport, and have continued to support me over the years. Without them I would not have been able to achieve my dreams of playing on the National team and in the Olympics.
||2005-Canada Cup, Pan Am Qualifing tournament
2006- Canada Cup
2007-Canada Cup, World Cup of Softball, Pan Am Games, World University Games
2008-International Challenge hosted by Australia, Canada Cup, Tournament hosted by Japan, 2008 Beijing Olympics
2009- Canada Cup, World Cup of Softball, Pan Am Qualifying tournament
2011- Canada Cup, World Cup of Softball, Pan Am Games
|Canada Cup Experience:
||Played in the Canada Cup from 2005-2009, and in 2011.
|Years on National Team:
||6 years with National Team Program
||Catching up and Family and Friends, reading, working out
|Most Memorable Softball Experience:
||Opening Ceremonies of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
|Most Memorable Canada Cup experience:
||First time playing in front of the home town crowd!
|What does it mean to Play in the Canada Cup?:
||The Canada Cup is the tournament I look most forward to each year because we get to play in front of a home town crowd. The support of the local area is very strong, and we can feel them behind us when we are playing.
|Most Memorable Non-softball Experience:
||Being there when my nephew, Jaxton was born :]
|What in your opinion make a team a “Champions”?:
||Never settling for anything other than each other's best, holding each, other accountable, being one, supporting each other during good times and bad, and having the ability to push through and overcome adversity. A team of Champions never gives up, plays with heart and leaves everything on the field each time they stop on the diamond.