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A 2012 second-team All-American and first-team All-Region selection at the University of Georgia, Sandberg played a key role in helping the Bulldogs to the Women’s College World Series in 2009 and 2010. She earned SEC All-Freshmen Team honors in 2009 and was named First Team All-SEC in 2012. Sandberg completed her collegiate playing career ranked in the top 10 in several offensive categories, including home runs (fourth), slugging percentage (sixth) and walks (fifth).
2016 Season: She ended her regular season with 24 hits, 4 HRs, 9RBI's, and 15 runs scored with an on base percentage of .333
2015 Season: Had 16 hits in the regular season with 13 RBI's and 9 Runs scored and a .409 on base percentage
2014 Season: Sandberg ended the regular season with 24 hits, 17 RBI and 16 runs scored. Her batting average totaled to .229 and she achieved a .366 on base percentage.
2013 Season: In her second season with the Pride, Sandberg boasted a .252 batting average while collecting 26 RBIs. With 2 doubles and 5 homeruns, Sandberg posted a .409 slugging percentage. When she was not the designated hitter, Sandberg saw more time behind the plate. In 15 games and 152 chances she committed only 1 error, while throwing out 1 runner attempting to steal. In the championship game, Sandberg went 3-3 off Monica Abbot of the Chicago Bandits including a double and a homerun to help the Pride win the Cowles Cup.
2012 Season: Sandberg was named the 2012 NPF Miken Rookie of the Year. Sandberg was presented with this award for finishing 4th in the League with a .355 average, 1st in RBI’s with 33, 2nd in On Base Percentage at .504, 2nd in Slugging Percentage at .624 as a rookie for the USSSA Florida Pride. Sandberg also led the league in HBP (Hit by Pitch) with an NPF record (18).