Angie joins us from Yonkers, New York. She started playing softball when she was four years old. She then moved on to play in high school where she was a four year member of the varsity softball team and a three year member of the varsity basketball team at the Ursuline School in New Rochelle, New York. In softball, she was the starting short stop for all four years and captain for three years. She was honorable mention freshman year and all section the following three years while also being named a Journal News Westchester/Putnam All-Star First Team selection as a senior with hitting .582 with 12 home runs. She had a high school career batting average of .488 with 100 hits and 78 RBIs after 62 games.  

She went on to become a scholarship player at LIU Brooklyn where she started and played every game in center field. She had an outstanding freshman year at LIU hitting .354 with 54 hits and 15 stolen bases. She was named Rookie of the Weak once and got second team All NEC Selection. With these stats, they gave her the opportunity to transfer to NC State, who is in the ACC, for her sophomore year starting and playing all 54 games in the outfield for the Wolfpack and having the third highest batting average. For both LIU and NC State, Angie led both teams in the outfield with assist. Angie also got invited to play for the USA women’s national softball team. In high school she was a righty hitter and in college she hits righty and slaps on the left side. At NC State, she is studying sports management with a minor in psychology.