2011: First team All-Ivy League honoree as utility player ... finished career with school-record 18 home runs and also set new mark for career walks with 53 ... closed tied for first in career runs batted in (82), second in doubles (37) and slugging percentage (.455), and ninth in career batting average (.281) ... ended second in appearances in the circle with 101, and third in victories, innings pitched and strikeouts ... was named Ivy League Pitcher of the Week after sterling performance against Princeton, when she tossed the first no-hitter of her career ... came on in relief two days later to pick up save in Lions' 7-5 win ... allowed just one unearned run over six innings against Florida International ... held UConn to one earned run and struck out five in 1-0 loss ... dropped four complete-game 1-0 contests ... went 4-for-7 with a home run and two RBIs in doubleheader against Manhattan ... homered in back-to-back games and went 4-for-5 with four RBIs against Cornell.
2010: Second team All-Ivy League selection as designated player ... ranked second on team and 12th in Ivy League with .336 batting average ... ranked ninth in the nation in doubles per game, and tied the Columbia single-season record with 17 ... also had four home runs, 23 runs batted in while slugging .538 which ranks second in school history ... ranked second on team with 15 multi-hit and six multi-RBI games ... versatile pitcher also collected team-best six victories in circle ... tossed complete-game shutout in win over Wisconsin Green-Bay ... went 2-for-4 with pair of doubles in second game vs. Delaware State at UVA Classic ... 2-for-4 with home run and two runs scored in win over Fairleigh Dickinson at Rebel Games ... named Ivy League Player of the Week on April 6 after batting .500 with four extra-base hits in four contests ... went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a home run and four RBIs while picking up win in circle in second game against Brown ... perfect 3-for-3 with three doubles in first game of road doubleheader with Fairleigh Dickinson.
2009: All-Ivy honorable mention ... named to the Ivy League weekly honor roll after hitting two home runs and throwing a complete game shutout against Harvard ... led the team with six homeruns, ranking second all-time at Columbia (single season) ... also ranks second all-time in single season RBI with 27, tied for team-best ... recorded team-high eight wins on the mound ... collected 65 total bases... boasted a team-best 3.67 ERA ... recorded five shutouts ... posted a team-high 70 strikeouts ... had a blistering nine-game hitting streak, hitting .336 with seven RBI, two doubles, and a home run ... allowed only three hits in Columbia's 8-3 win over Army and added two RBI with a two-run home run.
2008: Two-time Ivy League weekly honoree ... earned Ivy rookie of the week honors after the first week of the season ... hit .333 and pitched to three wins during that first week ... earned Ivy pitcher of the week award after throwing back-to-back shutouts to open Ivy League play against Brown and Yale ... posted a team-high 10 wins in the circle ... 12 complete games ... four shutouts ... first collegiate appearance was a complete-game shutout of Grambling in Columbia's season opener ... at the plate, had eight doubles, two home runs and 16 RBI ... drew 17 walks ... first collegiate home run came in Lions' 8-5 win over Brown to complete a doubleheader sweep ... also blasted a three-run homer at Cornell.
Monte Vista High: Two-time East Bay Athletic League (EBAL) first-teamer ... batted over .400 as a sophomore, junior and senior ... pitched and played first base throughout high school ... captain as a senior ... team was EBAL champions as a sophomore ... named to Stampede All-Tournament team as a senior ... played summer ball for Sorcerer Gold in 2005-06 and for R&R Gold in 2006-07 ... first varsity at-bat was a home run.
Personal: Majors in mathematics and plans to pursue a teaching career ... lifetime member of the California Scholastic Federation ... three-time recipient of the North Coast Section Scholar-Athlete award ... senior class secretary ... grandfather, Keith France, competed in track and field with Jackie Robinson at UCLA in the late 1930s ... daughter of Teri and Pat Johnson ... b. May 31, 1989 in Laguna Hills, Calif.