Greatest Softball Player of All Time
- Two-time Olympic medalist
- Two-time Pan American Games gold medalist
- Three-time World Cup champion
- Three-time World champion
- 2009 U.S.A Softball Female Athlete of the Year
- 2008 NPF champion with Chicago Bandits
- Women’s Sports Foundation Athlete Advisory Panel member
Finch has had the honor to be a two- time world champion along with being an Olympic gold and silver medalist. Along with these awards she is also a two- time Pan American gold medalist in 2003 and 2007. While at University of Arizona Finch was a two- time Honda Award Winner while also being Arizona’s co- winner of the Rugby Award.
Finch has two older brothers, Shane and Landon. She began playing softball at age five and pitching at age eight. Her father was her first pitching coach. Growing up, Finch was a bat girl for the University of California, Los Angeles. At La Mirada High School, Finch lettered four times in softball and twice each in basketball and volleyball. As a senior, she was the captain of all three sports. As a sophomore, she was an All-California Interscholastic Federation Division II choice in softball and All-Suburban League selection. In 2016, La Mirada retired her jersey number—the school's first for a softball player.