Senior allows just three earned in seven, UMES limited to just four hits
Lady Hawks edged in eight innings in opener, UMES swipes seven bags altogether
UMES tally just three hits, pitching dominates play
Softball pins first loss on NSU in MEAC play, outdoor track solid at Duke
Lady Hawks falter late in nightcap, Gomez swipes three bags
Photos from 2014 UMES Street Sweep featuring student-athletes
UMES Softball versus Delaware State University at Hawks Field (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)
UMES Softball versus Norfolk State University at Lady Hawks Field (Photos by Randy Stadler)
UMES Softball versus Howard University at Lady Hawks Field (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)
UMES Softball versus the University of Maryland Baltimore-County (UMBC) at Lady Hawks Field (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)
2014 (Sophomore): Took part in 47 games with 44 starts ... named to the 2014 Coastal Carolina Invitational All-Tournament Team ... finished third on the club in multiple offensive categories, including batting average (.285), slugging percentage (.390), on-base percentage (.364), hits (35), and RBIs (17) ... led the squad in walks (15) ... had a career game as she collected two homers, two runs scored, three hits, and three RBIs in the victory over Rider University (February 21) ... notched a season-high two doubles against Marshall University (February 28) ... recorded a stolen base at Savannah State University (March 19) ... tied a season-high three hits versus Norfolk State University (April 6) ... walked twice against Samford University (March 1), at North Carolina Central University (March 15), and versus Norfolk State (April 5).
2013 (Freshman): Started and played in all 49 games ... starting third baseman ... MEAC Player of the Week honoree (Feb. 11) ... PRMC UMES Athlete of the Week (Feb. 11) ... stood eighth in MEAC in doubles and ninth in doubles-per-game (0.22) ... led UMES in doubles and second in RBI (33) and homers (two) ... posted season-high streak of 12 games reached base in a row and reached base in eight consecutive games twice ... batted .583 with two doubles and nine RBI in opening series against St. Peter's ... was 4-for-4 with two doubles and one run against St. Peter's (Feb. 10) ... went 2-for-4 with two runs, three RBI and one HR in UMES' 13-10 victory over Morgan St. (April 28) ... collected five games with atleast three RBI ... had seven multi-hit games ... recorded first collegiate home run against North Carolina Central (March 13)
High School: Played two sports at Southwest DeKalb High School ... four-year member of the varsity softball team and played with the junior varsity soccer team ... named 2008 Rookie of the Year for the DeKalb softball team ... No. 1 hitter in the county as a sophomore (2010) ... two-time Most Valuable Player at DeKalb as a junior and senior ... named to the All-Region first team in 2011 and selected as Most Dedicated Player and Most Dependable ... honored with the Best All-Around Athlete and Team Player Award while at DeKalb ... played in four regionals in high school ... was on three teams that made it to sectionals ... played club softball with the Georgia Elite-Moody 18U Gold
Personal: Born July 14, 1994 in Decatur, Ga. ... daughter of Marilyn and Trenton Nash ... has one brother, Trenton Nash III ... pregame superstitions include listening to her iPod and to dress the same every game ... personal best sports moment was when she hit the first ever homerun in the county all-star game ... lists her parents as the people that have influenced her the most because they have always pushed her and told her that she can do anything anything she puts her mind to ... personal best non-athletic accomplishment is the day she graduated from high school ... plans to become a physical therapist or an athletic trainer after graduation ... best advice recieved is "Winners never quit and quitters never win" ... hobbies outside of sports are shopping, listening to music, watching TV and hanging outwith friends ... favorite book is Twilight Series ... favorite movie is Twilight Series and Transformers.