2019: Started 55 contests at first base...named Second Team All-WAC...chosen NCAA Tournament Seattle All-Regional Team...hit .321 with WAC-high 55 RBIs...led WAC with 33 walks, surpassing the school record for career walks (109)...paced team with 13 doubles, giving her 46 for her career, most in program history and tied for eighth-most in WAC history...blasted 12 home runs, second-most on the team...topped team with .636 slugging percentage...tallied 377 putouts, most on the team, putting her at 1,308 for her career, most in school history...collected 14 multi-hit games...notched 17 multi-RBI outings, including a pair of four-RBI contests...went 3-4 with three walks, two doubles, and two RBIs in two WAC Tournament efforts...hit walk-off home run in eighth inning of 4-3 win over New Mexico State on March 30, lifting SU to its first-ever series win over the Aggies.
2018: Started all 56 games at first base...first-ever NFCA All-Region choice in program history...All-WAC First Team pick...set eight single-season school records...hit .444 with 19 home runs, and 20 doubles...recorded .596 on-base percentage and .954 slugging percentage...drove in 57 runs and scored 42...tied for team lead with 67 hits...drew 53 walks...tallied 144 total bases...set school record with 496 putouts at first...posted 19 multi-hit outings...walked at least twice in 15 different games...put up three hits, including two home runs, to go with three RBIs and three runs against Western Michigan on February 10...homered twice vs. Montana on March 3, walking twice and driving in three runs...hit walk-off grand slam to lift SU past Toledo on March 6, wrapping a three-hit, two-home run, six-RBI game...went 3-3 with a homer and a walk against Grand Canyon in WAC Tournament on May 10...won WAC's slash rate triple crown...led conference in doubles and walks...ranked top 10 nationally in six statistical categories...
2017: Started all 52 games at first base as a freshman...named All-WAC Second Team...hit .311, leading the team with a .484 slugging percentage, 13 doubles and 40 RBIs...homered five times, second-most on the team...finished second the roster with 23 walks...recorded 50 hits and scored 21 runs...tied for fourth on the team with 10 multi-hit games...ranked second among Redhawks with nine multi-RBI outings, including a five-RBI contest vs. Maine on 3/17...opened WAC play with an eight-game hit streak and closed the season on a seven-game run...earned WAC All-Tournament Team...shared team's newcomer of the year award...stepped in as team's cleanup batter immediately, making 42 starts in the fourth spot in the lineup.
R.A. LONG: Named first team all-league four times ... earned league offensive player of the year as a freshman ... chosen team MVP as a sophomore, junior, and senior ... also graduated with top 10 ranking in her class.
CLUB: Northwest Bullets-Campos
PERSONAL: Daughter of Susan and Darren ... has two older brothers, Darren and Ryan ... plans to major in criminal justice.