2011: Battled injury for much of her senior season, but did get the start in the Rams' final game of the year at home against Massachusetts (May 7). 2010: Appeared in 35 games and made 32 starts... Opened the year by going 1-for-3 with a run scored against No. 8 Alabama (Feb. 19)... Scored a run against Howard (March 5)... Pitched seven innings, allowing two runs and striking out five in a win versus Western Carolina (March 5)... Earned her first win of the year against Central Connecticut as she worked seven innings, allowing only four hits and one run (March 16)... Went 2-for-3 with three RBI and two runs scored versus La Salle (April 3)... Collected a pair of hits against Dayton (May 1)... Scored the game-winning run against Temple (March 9) which sent Rhody to the Atlantic 10 championship for the first time since 2002. 2009: Had a hit and scored twice against FAMU (Feb. 21)... Had two hits and scored once versus Saint Peter's (March 15)... Scored a run and recorded two hits against Wagner (March 16)... Went on a tear reaching base safely in nine consecutive games, recording ten hits and four RBI's in that span (March 29-April 4)... Had a hit and scored twice against Hartford (April 14)... Went four for four, with two doubles scoring three times against George Washington (April 19). 2008: Participated in 37 games... Notched 12 hits and scored seven runs... Tallied two hits, one of which a triple against Rider University (3/15)... Recorded a hit in four straight games (Mar. 17-18). High School: Earned three varsity letters in softball and one in soccer (2003) ... helped Methuen to a league championship in 2005 and 2007 ... named 2007 Player of the Year. Personal: Born October 6, 1988 ... daughter of Albert and Lorranie Sbei ... has three siblings - Albert, Chris, and Avarey ... enjoys spending time with her family and playing with her niece and nephew ... lists Sean Considine, Simon Gagne, and Chase Utley as her favorite athletes ... cites the Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Eagles, and Philadelphia Phillies as her favorite pro teams ... secondary education major at URI.