|High School:||Fullerton Union HS|
CAL STATE FULLERTON
REDSHIRT SENIOR (2013): Made 19 appearances in the circle, making three starts...finished the season 1-1 with a 4.41 ERA and two saves in 46 innings of work...picked up her only win of the season against Southern Miss on February 7 after allowing one run off four hits in three innings of work...in a relief role versus Iowa on March 2, Laban tossed 5 1/3 innings allowing no runs and scattering just two hits against the Hawkeyes...In her final collegiate game on May 11, she threw four and 2/3 innings giving up six hits and one run against Cal State Northridge.
REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2012): Made 11 appearances in the circle, making 9 starts...finished 2-7 with a 5.33 ERA and nine strikeouts in 43 1/3 innings (41 1/3 in Big West play)...tossed a four-hit, one run, two strikeout performance in five innings to lead the Titans over UC Davis on May 11...On April 11, she threw four innings giving up three hits and no runs against UC Riverside for the Titans.
REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2011): All-Big West Conference Honorable Mention selection as a pitcher... finished 5-7 overall in the circle with a 3.40 ERA...allowing 53 runs (41 earned) in 84 1/3 innings, striking out 26 and holding opponents to a .270 average...all five of her wins came in Big West play to go along with a 2.66 ERA, holding conference hitters to .268 average in just over 55 innings of work...rebounded to finish the season 5-3 after opening the season 0-4 in the circle...went a season-high seven innings six times, including a seven-inning stint in relief in game two of the series against Cal State Bakersfield...tossed her first career shutout in game two of the series against Cal Poly (April 16), allowing just five hits in a 3-0 Titans' victory...struck out a career-high five batters against Fordham (Feb. 25), allowing an unearned run on seven hits in a 1-0 loss...led the team with two saves, the first coming after throwing three hitless innings against Canisius (March 26) and the second on the road at Long Beach State, allowing a run on a hit in two innings.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2010): Made 17 appearances in the circle, making 10 starts...finished 4-7 with a 6.32 ERA and 16 strikeouts in 58 2/3 innings...logged her first collegiate win against Southern Utah (2/13) in relief, allowing one run on two hits in three innings...struck out two batters on four different occasions...earned the win in relief against nationally ranked Louisiana-Lafayette, allowing one earned on three hits in four innings...went the distance for her first career complete game against UC Davis (4/25), allowing three runs on seven hits in a 6-3 victory...also posted a win in game one of the series against Cal State Northridge (5/14), allowing one run on four hits while striking out two in five innings.
FRESHMAN (2009): Appeared in two games in the circle before sitting out the rest of the season due to injury...made her first career appearance in the season opener against Indiana, allowing a run on a hit in an inning of work...made her first career start against Oregon State on Feb. 13, allowing four earned runs on eight hits and striking out a career high four...also pitched two innings in a start against No. 13 Northwestern on Feb. 15.
FULLERTON UNION HIGH SCHOOL
Played four seasons for the Indians...four-time All-Freeway League selection, including first-team honors her sophomore-senior seasons...twice named to the all-county team, including first-team honors as a senior...Freeway League MVP as a senior...was 8-2 with a pair of saves in the circle as a senior, posting a 0.19 ERA and 91 strikeouts in just under 73 innings of work...surrendered only two earned runs (six overall) while scattering 24 hits...helped the Indians to their first league title in 10 years as a junior, finishing 19-5 with a 0.41 ERA, and helped Fullerton Union to the CIF Division III finals as a sophomore with a 13-4 record and a 0.48 ERA.
Parents are Henry and Debra...has four sisters: Ashley, Hayley, Emily, and McKenna...undeclared major at Cal State Fullerton with aspirations of becoming a nurse...also considered Oklahoma, Ohio State, LSU, and Fresno State...played travel ball for the So Cal Athletics.