Height: 5'9"
Position: 1B/OF - R/R
Hometown: Trabuco Canyon, California
School: Oklahoma
Graduation: 2015

2013 NCAA WCWS Champion
Two-time NFCA All-American
Top 3 Finalist for USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year
2011 ISF Junior World Champion
2010 Pan American (18-Under) Gold Medalist

2013 USA Women's National Team Member
- World Cup Silver Medalist
- Hit .125 with one RBI
- Gold Medalist at Mayor's Cup and Pan American Games Qualifier
- Hit .423 with two HR and 13 RBI
2011 ISF World Champion
- Hit .250 with nine RBI and nine runs scored
-2010 Pan American (18-Under) Games Champion
- Led team by going 16-for-25 (.640) with 13 RBI and 12 runs scored
- Had seven doubles, two triples and two home runs for a 1.320 slugging percentage, all team highs
- Hit a home run in her first game with Team USA

2013 First Team NFCA All-American
2013 NCAA WCWS National Champion
2013 Top 3 Finalist for USA Softball Player of the Year
2013 NCAA WCWS All-Tournament Team
2013 First Team Big 12
2012 First Team NFCA All-American
2012 Big 12 Freshman of the Year
2012 NCAA WCWS All-Tournament Team
2012 NCAA WCWS runner-up

Played for Worth Firecrackers 18-Under GOLD
Previously played with Ranch Trabuco All Stars, The Cure Softball Club, American Athletics and OC Elite
2009 ASA Class A 18-Under GOLD National Championships, Third Place, Worth Firecrackers
2009 ASA Class A 18-Under GOLD Champions Cup, Runner-up, Worth Firecrackers
09 ASA Class A 18-Under GOLD Colorado Fireworks, Champion, Worth Firecrackers
2008 ASA Class A 18-Under GOLD Champions Cup, Third Place American Athletics
2006 ASA Class A 12-Under Nationals, Fifth Place, American Athletics
2004 ASA Class A 10-Under National Champions, American Athletics
2003 ASA Class B 10-Under Runner-up, Rancho Trabuco All-Stars

Daughter of Pam and Pat Chamberlain
Has one sister, Danielle (13)
Three things I love doing: Singing, all day beach days, and shopping
Three things I must have when I leave the house: Purse, Phone and my iPod
Three favorite TV shows: Modern Family, That 70’s show and anything on History Channel