|High School:||Thomas Sumter Academy|
2018: Earned first team All-Southern Conference honors as a utility player after posting a 13-4 record and 3.21 ERA in the circle and batting .300 with four roundtrippers... Won her first nine decisions, including tossing 5.2 innings and allowing just one run in a win over Wichita State and hurling a four-hit shutout versus Colgate... Tossed six shutout innings in a victory over Western Carolina... Belted a walk-off homer in a 4-3 win over Indiana on March 2... Went 3-for-3 with three RBI in a 12-1 win over Mount St. Mary's... Drove in 13 runs and scored 12, while also working 102.1 innings in the circle.
2017: Fashioned a 10-11 record and 3.07 ERA in 22 starts and 26 total appearances in the circle as a sophomore... Walked just 24 batters and fanned 88 in 132.1 innings of work... Tossed a five-inning, one-hit shutout of Howard on February 25, before hurling a five-inning no-hitter in a victory over S.C. State on April 19... Went 2-for-3 with a solo homer in a victory over Colgate.
2016: Garnered Southern Conference All-Freshman honors after going 11-7 with a team-leading 2.39 ERA in 30 appearances and 143.1 innings of work in the circle... Picked up her first collegiate win by holding Kent State to a run on eight hits over seven innings on February 20... Tossed a five-hit shutout in a three-game series sweep at Mercer before limiting the Bears to one run on eight hits in seven innings in a Paladin SoCon Tournament win on May 13.
High School: A standout in the circle for Thomas Sumter Academy, pitched her team to back-to-back South Carolina Independent School Association state titles as a junior and senior...Fanned 244 batters and posted a 0.58 ERA en route to earning SCISA 2A Player of the Year, all-state and all-region honors as a junior before capturing all-state and all-region honors again as a senior...Batted .600 with 22 RBI, was selected to the South Carolina North/South All-Star Team...Led the Generals to four consecutive region titles while earning all-region and all-state honors four times.