|High School:||Santiago HS|
|Previous College:||University of Iowa|
CAL STATE FULLERTON
2004 (JUNIOR): Earned All-Big West Conference second team honors after hitting .277 with nine home runs and 27 RBI finished second on team team in hitting and led the club in home runs, RBI, runs scored (25), and walks (27) one of five Titans to start all 52 games finished sixth in the Big West in slugging (.500), 10th in on-base percentage (.386), tied for third in walks, and fourth in home runs had a season-best three hits (including two home runs) in a win over Texas (Feb. 13) also had a season best four RBI against the Longhorns had 10 outfield assists and finished tied for second on the team in fielding percentage (.967).
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
2003 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 49 games for the Hawkeyes, helping Iowa to a 44-15 overall record and a 13-4 mark in the Big Ten, claiming the regular season title All-Big Ten Second Team honoree Hawkeyes went on to win the Big Ten Tournament championship to earn a berth in the NCAA regionals, where Iowa reached the championship game in Lincoln, Nebraska, before falling to Washington hit .323 overall with four home runs and 25 RBI also had eight doubles and a pair of triples stole five bases in seven attempts.
2002 (FRESHMAN): Started 54 games (mostly in centerfield) for the Hawkeyes, helping the team to a 36-20 record and a 12-4 mark in the Big Ten for a third-place finish hit first career home run against Tennessee had nine multiple hit games made only one error in 57 chances in centerfield (.982) had four outfield assists hit .269 with 23 runs scored, six doubles and three home runs had 15 RBI and four stolen bases.
Four-time all-county, all-league and All-CIF for Santiago HS in Corona, Calif. named league's Offensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2001 led team to a CIF title in 1998 as well as Sunkist League crowns in 1998 and 2001 set school record for most extra base hits in a season as a freshman and the broke her own record as a junior tied her sister, Jessica, for the school's home run record as a junior finished her career with a .337 average.
Born May 26, 1983, in Riverside, Calif. parents are John and Valorie Bashor.