With nine years of international experience and four years of Division 1 softball at the University of Washington, Victoria brings her expertise and knowledge of the game to you!
Since graduating from the UW, Victoria spent the 2015 season as a graduate manager at LSU, going all the way to the World Series. For the 2016 and 2017 seasons she was an Assistant Coach at the University of Massachusetts and is now the hitting coach at the University of Maryland...Go Terps!
2014 First Team All American (.414 BA)
4 Time All-Pac 12 Conference Selection
Captain of Canadian National Team
19th overall pick in 2014 NPF Draft (by the Pennsylvania Rebellion)
After moving to the United States in 2000, Victoria joined her first softball team and fell in love with the game. At the age of 16, Victoria made the Canadian National Team, becoming the youngest player ever to do so. Since then, Victoria has spent her summers participating in World Championships, Pan-American Games, and other international championships all over the world. Traveling throughout South America, Europe, and all the way to South Africa, Victoria has participated in every event in international softball (other than the Olympic Games, TBD for Tokyo 2020).
Years of international softball alongside teammates like Danielle Lawrie and Jenn Salling brought her to the University of Washington.
While playing at the University of Washington, Victoria was a four-year starter, garnering All-Conference honors in each of her four seasons. Her senior year proved to be her best, finishing atop the Pac-12 in stolen bases, top five in batting average and on base percentage, and being named a First Team All-American by the NFCA.
In June of 2014, Victoria graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a double major in Political Science and Communications. Upon graduation, Victoria moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to be a part of the 2015 World Series LSU Softball Team. In the fall of 2015, Victoria accepted an assistant coaching position at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where she is also pursuing her MBA. In her two seasons, Victoria helped lead the Minutewomen to a second place Conference finish and near bid to the NCAA Tournament. In July of 2017, Victoria accepted a position in the Big 10 Conference at the University of Maryland as their hitting coach.