Redshirt Senior Season (2014):
Closed out her career as one of the best relievers in FSU history...recorded four saves to tie an FSU single season mark and totaled nine for her career, the most by an FSU pitcher in program history...had a 2.84 ERA with a 0-1 record over 37.0 innings of work...she allowed 41 hits, 21 runs, 15 earned and recorded 20 strikeouts against just seven walks...struck out two in 1.0 innings in her first appearance of the season at New Mexico State...did not give up a run or an extra base hit over her first eight appearances and 14.2 innings...tossed 2.0 scoreless innings to get a save against Charleston Southern on February 21...earned two saves against Purdue and another versus Alabama in three straight appearances at the Easton Crimson Classic in Tuscaloosa, Ala., from Feb. 28 to March 2 to earn All-Tournament Team honors...struck out a season-high four batters in 3.2 innings of relief against Virginia Tech on March 11...allowed just one run in 3.0 innings in game two of a doubleheader against Maryland on April 5...made a start on Senior Day against Georgia Tech on April 26 and tossed 3.1 innings of scoreless softball, allowing just two hits and recording one strikeout...named to the All-ACC Academic Team...earned the team's Golden Nole Award for community service and "Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki" award for academic excellence.
Redshirt Junior Season (2013): Was an effective reliever once again for the Seminoles ... finished 1-0 with a 1.79 ERA in 13 relief appearances ... threw 15.2 innings and allowed 15 hits, three walks and struck out four ... held batters to a .234 batting average ... secured the win against Appalachian State on her longest outing of the season (3.0 IP), allowing only one run on three hits ... the only earned runs she allowed on the season were on March 31 at Maryland ... closed out the game and received a save in the second game of a doubleheader against FIU, retiring all five batters she faced in 1.2 innings of work ... posted a season-high three strikeouts against Boston College ... won the team's Ah-Tah-Ti-Ki award for outstanding academics ... named to the Capital One Softball Academic All-District IV First Team ... pitched superbly with two outs, holding batters to just 2-for-20 (.100) on the season ... made the ACC Softball All-Academic Team.
Redshirt Sophomore Season (2012): Was a formidable part to FSU's depth-filled pitching staff ... tied school single-season record with four saves ... finished 16th nationally in saves ... went 4-4 with a 2.06 ERA ... threw 51 innings and made 24 appearances, including five games started ... held opponents to a .237 batting average and did not allow a triple all season ... led the Seminoles with a 1.29 ERA in conference play ... named to the Capital One Academic District 4 Softball Team ... All-ACC Softball Academic Team ... earned her four saves against Florida Gulf Coast (March 29), Georgia Tech twice (April 15 and 16) and N.C. State in the ACC Tournament (May 10) ... tied for second in saves in the ACC with teammate Bailey Schinella ... led the conference with 17 games finished ... second in the ACC with 19 games in relief ... her two critical saves delivered in pressure-fill situations against Georgia Tech were shown on ESPN3 and ESPNU ... contributed greatly to FSU's school-record 10 team saves, breaking the single-season school record of seven held in 2002 ... enjoyed an excellent season as a reliever, garnering just a 0.87 ERA in 19 relief appearances ... as a reliever, she allowed just four earned runs in 32.1 innings pitched and walked just five with 20 strikeouts ... earned wins against Mississippi (Feb. 10), Virginia Tech (April 7), Florida A&M (April 10) and Maryland (May 5).
Redshirt Freshman Season (2011): Finished 8-5 with a 2.84 ERA ... tossed three complete games ... threw 88.2 innings and struck out 40 while allowing 97 base hits ... opponents hit .278 against her ... walked just 21 batters all season, averaging one base-on-ball per four innings ... made 22 appearances, which includes 11 starts ... named an NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete ... had two tremendous performances in the NCAA postseason, earning victories against Georgia State (no runs in 3.1 relief innings) and UAB (one run allowed in six innings pitched) ... ended the regular season with 6.1 scoreless innings pitched against Georgia Tech on May 8 and Virginia on May 14 ... pitched six or more innings in six of her 11 starts ... also threw five or more relief innings against Virginia Tech, Mercer, North Florida and Georgia ... earned first career victory over Middle Tennessee on Feb. 18, allowing one run on three hits while fanning five ... also posted wins versus Mercer, North Florida, Boston College and Georgia Tech ... one of her best relief appearances against nationally-ranked Georgia Tech on May 8 when she allowed just two hits in the final 4.1 innings to get the victory.
Freshman Season (2010): Stayed with FSU as a team manager.
High School: Extremely productive player at St. Thomas Aquinas High ... 2008 Sun Sentinel Second Team ... 2009 Miami Herald First Team ... 2010 Florida ASA state champions ... honor roll in all four years.
Personal: Born on Feb. 26, 1991 ... double majoring in entrepreneurship and professional sales ... daughter of Peter and Sandra Nori ... favorite flavor of ice cream is mint chocolate chip ... wants to run her own company one day ... wears number 26 because it's the day of her birthday ... always bakes for road trips ... favorite home cooked meal are tacos ... most watched TV channels are ESPN and MLB Network ... favorite fast food meal is a Chick-Fil-A sandwich ... reads People Magazine and Sports Illustrated ... favorite movies are "Sweet Home Alabama" and "The Proposal" ... proudest moment was making the FSU softball team.