2013: Concluded her career at Nevada with a stellar senior campaign ... Drove in 30 runs, making her one of six Nevada players to do so ... Hit 3.06 with a strong final weekend in Boise, where she homered twice and raised her average nearly 20 points ... Doubled eight times and homered six times to climb into the top-10 all time at Nevada in long balls ... Started all 53 games at first base, making her one of only four Nevada players to start every game ... Slugged .459 ... Added nine walks and four hit by pitch for an OBP of .353.
2012: Led Nevada in home runs with seven, RBI with 35 and was second on the team with a .307 batting average in her penultimate season in the silver and blue ... Scored 26 runs, walked 12 times and added nine doubles and two triples to round out a stellar offensive campaign ... Committed only two errors to post a team leading .995 fielding percentage for the second straight season ... Slugged .487 and posted a .353 on-base percentage.
2011: Made the transition from the outfield to the infield and started all 47 of Nevada's games at first base ... Provided a strong bat in the middle of the lineup, leading the Pack with seven home runs and slugging .447 ... Also tied for the team lead with 10 multiple RBI games, including a four-RBI game against No. 18 Nebraska on February 26, when Lastrapes hit her second career grand slam in a 5-1 upset of the Huskers ... Also recorded 10 multi-hit games, which was tied for third on the team ... Longest hitting streak was five games ... Hit primarily out of the fifth spot in the lineup but also saw time as the cleanup hitter as well as in the sixth and seventh spots ... Led the Pack's regulars with a .993 fielding percentage as she committed just two errors on the season.
2010: Played in all 45 games with 43 starts in her first year with the program ... Was one of the top run producers for the Pack as she was second in home runs and third in runs batted in ... All four of her home runs came in conference play with her first collegiate homer coming against Fresno State ... Hit her first career grand slam as part of a five-RBI performance at New Mexico State on April 16 ... Batting average was 33 points higher in conference play compared to her overall season average ... Was hit by a pitch six times, which was second on the team.
A graduate of Laguna Hills (Calif.) High School ... Was a four-year letterwinner for coach Cary Crouch ... Was named to the principal's honor roll four years in a row ... Was two-time CIF and team Most Valuable Player ... Was a four-time All-Pacific Coast League first-team selection ... Was the 2008 PCL Player of the Year and the 2009 PCL Female Sportsmanship Award winner ... Holds the Laguna Hills HS single-season and career home run records ... Earned 2009 Marine Corps Female Distinguished Athlete Award ... Led team to four straight Pacific Coast League championships ... In her career, had 123 hits, including 20 home runs with 84 RBI and 104 runs scored ... Played travel ball with the Orange County Batbusters.
Daughter of David and Renee Lastrapes ... Has two older sisters ... Sister Dominique was a two-time All-American at Washington and is now an assistant coach at UC Davis ... Sister Brittany is an All-American at Arizona ... Chose Nevada because of the location of the school and because of the rising softball program ... Lists most exciting sports moment as hitting an extra-innings walk-off home run ... Enjoys reading, going to the beach, shopping, and spending time with her friends, including her friend, her mom ... Lists sports hero as Derek Jeter because he is an honest player who works and plays hard.