2016 (JUNIOR): Member of CSUB’s first-ever WAC Tournament Champion team and first to earn NCAA Division I Tournament berth…Started in 23 of 30 appearances…Posted .338 batting average (22-for-65), .431 slugging percentage, and .482 on-base percentage…Led team with 15 walks, third with six doubles, fourth with 12 runs scored, fifth with three steals…Finished season tied with fifth-most walks (35) in CSUB Division I career.
2015 (SOPHOMORE): Started in 43 of 44 appearances, 24 starts as designated player and 19 at second base...Was second on the team in on-base percentage (.429)…Recorded fourth-most runs scored on the team (18), second-most sacrifice bunts (6) and triples (2)…Went 4-for-11 during the WAC Tournament with two runs, a double, and three walks…Tied CSUB Division I single-game record with three walks against Cal Poly on Mar. 24…Season walks total of 20 led ‘Runners and was fourth-best in CSUB Division I single-season history…Hit first collegiate home run Apr. 24 against Seattle U while recording career-high two RBI.
2014 (JUNIOR COLLEGE): Played for San Joaquin Delta College under head coach Jim Fisher…Named First Team All-Big 8 and Northern California Team, earned CCCAA All-State and All-Region and Athletic Scholar awards…2014 Scholar Athlete and Dean’s List Honor Roll both semesters…Helped guide the team to Sweet Sixteen and Top 8 in the state appearances…Averaged .455 with a .538 on-base percentage while recording 30 hits and 12 RBI.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of Manteca High School...Coach was Corey Navarro...Received numerous honors including, but not limited to First Team All-League twice and Second Team once, All-Area Honorable Mention twice, and ESPN.com All-State Softball nominee…Averaged over .400 in her career with 108 hits and 74 RBI…Was on the school honor roll all four years…Competed with the 16U RR Gold club team and won second place at the 16U Fireworks Showcase.
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 4, 1995...Daughter of Rick and Tina Gonzalez...A kinesiology major who hopes to become a college softball coach after her time at CSUB.