2014: Started all 58 games for the Bobcats, playing primarily in the outfield...Hit 2.96 and had 53 hits in 179 at bats...Hit nine home runs and had 27 RBIs...Recorded a .514 slugging percentage, the highest on the team...Had 12 doubles and 23 runs scored...In conference play, hit .233 in 20 games with 14 hits...had a .500 slugging percentage during MAC play...Went 3-for-3 with a run scored against North Florida...Went 3-for-4 on Feb. 22 against Middle Tennessee with a double.
2013: Academic All-MAC Honorable Mention ... Named to the Dean's List for the 2012 fall semester ... Played in 56 of Ohio's 57 games, starting 54 of them ... Hit .298 on the season, collecting 45 total hits in 151 at-bats ... Belted a personal-record 11 home runs and drove in 29 runs ... Hit seven doubles and scored 22 times ... Slugged at an impressive rate of .563 ... Got on base at a .384 clip ... Was walked 19 times ... Made a seamless transition to right field, recording 101 putouts and five assists while committing just four errors to field at a rate of .964.
2012: Started in 20 of her 43 games played ... Batted .250 with a slugging percentage of .461 and an on-base percentage of .380 ... Registered four doubles and four RBI in 76 plate appearances ... Committed zero errors while playing mostly catcher ... Recorded a .233 batting average in MAC play with a slugging percentage of .467 and an on-base percentage of .361 ... Had her best game of the year against Buffalo (May 4), going 2-for-3 with one HR and three RBI.
High School: Finished her senior year with a perfect fielding percentage in the catcher position ... Posted a .475 career batting average at the conclusion of her senior season ... Recorded a .475 batting average for her high school career ... Led her team to a 16-4 record in 2010 and named MVP her senior season ... Also led her team to Maryland State Titles in both 2009 and 2010 where she whacked three doubles in the 2010 title game and smashed a three-run game-winning home run in the 2009 title game ... Named First Team Annapolis Capital Gazette All-County, First Team Baltimore Sun All-Metro and First Team All-Metropolitan Washington Post as a native of Annapolis, Md. ... Honored with Anna Arundel County Coaches First Team Catcher in 2009 and 2010 ... Earned Washington Post Honorable Mention All-Met Catcher in 2009 ... Also named the 2011 Broadneck High School Phoebe Kelly Female Athlete of the Year.
Personal: Daughter of Glenn and Angie Gebele ... Father played football, rugby and competed in track and field for the US Coast Guard Academy ... Majoring in Applied Nutrition.