2013 (Sophomore): Second-Team All-Pac-12 ... named Second-Team All-Pacific Region ... drew a walk in game one of NCAA Regionals vs. Portland State ... had a double, RBI, walk and a run in game two vs. Hawai'i ... had a hit, two runs, a walk and a stolen base in game three vs. Hawai'i ... had two hits, including a home run in game one vs. Cal ... hit a three run home run in game two ... had a hit and an RBI in game three ... had one hit in game one at Utah ... had three hits, two RBI and two walks in game two ... hit a three run home run in game three, walked twice and scored three times ... had a hit, a run and two RBI in game one vs. Stanford ... had a hit, run and a walk in game two ... hit a double and scored a run in game one at ASU ... had a solo home run in game two ... drew a walk in game three ... had two hits, a run and an RBI in game one vs. OSU ... had a run and a hit in game two ... hit a solo home run in game once at UCLA to win the game ... had two hits, two RBI, a run, a walk and a sac hit in game two ... had a home run, two RBI and a walk in game three ... walked once in game one vs. Oregon ... had one hit in game two ... scored once and had a hit in game one at Arizona ... had two hits and an RBI in game two at AZ ... had a hit and a run in game three at AZ ... had a hit and an RBI vs. Michigan ... had an RBI vs. DePaul ... had one hit (a double), two RBI, scored once and drew a walk vs. Penn State ... had two hits and an RBI Vs. Pacific ... walked twice vs. Ohio ... had an RBI, a run and a walk vs. Bradley ... walked once and scored a run vs. Yale ... had a home run, three RBI, two runs and a walk vs. Seattle ... hit a double, had an RBI, scored twice and drew a walk vs. Brown ... had three hits, a run and an RBI vs. Bradley ... also stole a base ... had one hit vs. UNO ... scored once at CSU ... had a hit vs. Virginia ... walked once vs. No. 23/23 Florida State ... hit a home run and had five RBI vs. Illinois ... had two hits, one RBI and a run vs. No. 13/16 Georgia ... pinch hit vs. No. 24/22 Kentucky ... started in CF vs. No. 2/1 Oklahoma, Cal Poly and UC Riverside ... had one run, two hits, one RBI and one walk vs. UCR ... started in all six games on opening weekend, five in CF and one at second base ... drew a walk vs. SMC in the season-opener ... was HBP, walked and scored a run vs. UAB ... had two hits, two RBI and two runs, with one home run vs. Ole Miss ... walked twice in game one vs. Hawai'i ... had two hits and walked once vs. UAB in game two ... drew two walks and had one hit in the championship game vs. Hawai'i.
2012 (Freshman): All Pac-12 Honorable Mention ... Pac-12 All-Freshman Honorable Mention ... led the team with 11 home runs on the year ... Played in each of the team's 58 games, starting all but two at second base ... recorded the only four-hit game of the season for the Huskies against CSU Bakersfield, driving in four runs in a 15-4 Husky win (3/19) ... had three RBI against both Northwestern (2/11) and DePaul (3/16) ... hit .273 on the year and finished third on the team with a .526 slugging percentage and total bases with 81.
Attended Laguna Hills High and was a member of Worth Firecrackers club team ... 2010 USA Jr. National Team Member ... 2010 Gold Medal Pan-American Games ... 2010 ESPN Rise All-American ... 2010 Under Armour All-American ... 2010 Under Armour All-American Game MVP ... 2010 All-State ... 2010 All-CIF Southern Section ... 2010 All-County ... 2010 All-League MVP ... 2010 Team MVP ... 2009 All-State ... 2009 All-County ... 2009 All-League MVP ... 2009 Team MVP ... 2008 All-CIF Southern Section ... 2008 All-County, 2008 All-League.
Parents are Ken & JoAnn Lahners ... has one sister, Sydney ... born in Berkeley, Calif. ... father, Ken, played baseball at USC ... hobbies include snowboarding, surfing, and golf ... favorite athlete is Michael Jordan "because of his tenacious desire to compete every time he stepped on the court, regardless if it was a practice or a game" ... most admires her father because "he has been a positive influence in my life. He taught me to always appreciate everything I've been blessed with, and to always give your best effort and commitment to anything you do."
Lahners on Why Washington:
"I chose UW because I wanted to compete at the highest level. The University of Washington provides me with a great education and the opportunity to play for the best softball program in the country. Equally important was the fact that Coach Tarr and her coaching staff are like an extended family to me!"