Career: First All-American in Stetson fastpitch history ... Played in 184 games ... Four-time Atlantic Sun All-Conference selection (twice as pitcher, twice as utility) ... Three-time A-Sun Academic All-Conference selection ... Three-time A-Sun All-Tournament Team performer ... Finished her Stetson career ranking first in appearances (139) and saves (7), third in wins (71), strikeouts (576) and batters faced (3,160), fourth in shutouts (24), complete games (88), and innings pitched (756.2) and fifth in games started (103) ... Offensively ranked second in sacrifice flies (9) and intentional walks (9), third in home runs (33), fourth in total bases (274), fifth in RBI (112), slugging pct. (.551) and walks (75), 10th in on-base percentage (.399), and 14th in batting average (.304) ... One of two players in A-Sun history with over 70 wins and over 30 home runs.
2014: NFCA Third-Team All-America ... Atlantic Sun Championship Most Valuable Player ... NFCA First Team All-Region ... Atlantic Sun First Team All-Conference (P) and Second Team All-Conference (DP) ... Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference Team ... Three-Time A-Sun Pitcher of the Week ... USA Softball National Player of the Week ... Second Team All-America (CollegeSportsMadness) ... Stetson Jarrard Award Recipient ... Hammer Strength All-American Athlete ... Stetson Lead-Off Classic and Stetson Classic All-Tournament Team ... Atlantic Sun Conference Scholar ... Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team ... Was the only player in the NCAA to reach 25 wins in the circle and 15 home runs at the plate ... Led the Atlantic Sun in wins (27), ERA (1.26), innings pitched (222.1), appearances (41), complete games (25), and shutouts (10, tied for first) ... Her 27 wins tied a school single-season record ... Ranked eighth in the NCAA in ERA, ninth in fewest walks, 12th in shutouts and 17th in wins ... Also ranked third in the A-Sun in opponents batting average (.205) and third in strikeouts (194) ... Was dominant from start to finish in the A-Sun Tournament, going 4-0 with a 0.50 ERA, allowing just two runs on 14 hits while pitching all 28 innings ... Picked up the win in Stetson's first-ever NCAA tournament victory, 6-4 vs. UCF ... Earned 13 wins in conference, including the only two victories vs. league-leader USC Upstate ... Pitched seven-inning complete game shutouts vs. Lipscomb (RPI 33) and UCF (RPI 25) ... Tossed one-hit shutouts vs. Memphis, Northern Kentucky, and Kennesaw State ... Pitched all 13 innings in a 4-3 win over Lipscomb, holding the opponent to 1-for-17 with runners in scoring position and successfully pitching out of second-and-third situations in the 11th, 12th, and 13th innings ... Owned the lowest ERA in the NCAA from Apr. 19-26 ... Offensively, started all 53 games, 23 as a designated player ... Led the team with 15 home runs and a .711 slugging pct. ... Had 25 extra base hits (10-0-15) ... Ranked among the A-Sun leaders in slugging pct. (third), on-base pct. (fourth), RBI (sixth), home runs (third), total bases (fourth), walks (first, tied), and sac flies (second, tied) ... Ranked 39th in the NCAA in home runs (15) ... Batted .500 with a three-run home run in the A-Sun tournament ... Scored the championship clinching run after being walked intentionally to start the inning ... Went 2-for-3 with a home run in Stetson's NCAA Tournament win vs. UCF ... Batted .365 with eight home runs and 23 RBI in A-Sun play ... Reached base safely in 48 games and hit safely in 38 games ... 11 multi-hit games and 11 multi-RBI games ... Hit two home runs and drove in five in an 11-0 win at Kennesaw State (Apr. 13) … Hit a game-tying, two-out, two-strike RBI single to tie Lipscomb in the bottom of the 10th in game Stetson later won in 13 innings (Apr. 19).
2013: Second-Team All-Conference (P) ... Second-Team All-Conference (DP) ... Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference Team ... Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team ... Three-time A-Sun Pitcher of the Week ... Started 52 games ... Led the team in batting (.319), home runs (11), and RBI (37) ... Became the first Hatter since Andrea Migliori in 2009 to hit 10+ home runs in a season (Demi Meza also later hit 10 in 2013) ... Hit eight of her 11 home runs against conference opponents ... Batted .333 in the A-Sun regular season ... Hit safely in 32 games and reached base safely in 41 games ... Ranked ninth in the A-Sun in OBP (.426), eighth in RBI (37), eighth in home runs (11), and eighth in walks (26) ... Hit a grand slam against Valparaiso in a 4-3 Stetson win ... Went 4-for-6 with a HR in a doubleheader vs. Kennesaw State ... Went 2-for-4 with a double, a home run, and an A-Sun tournament record-tying five RBI in Stetson's 14-6 win vs. FGCU (May 8) ... Recorded 12 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games ... Was the only Atlantic Sun player and one of just 11 players in the NCAA with 20+ wins (pitching) and 10+ home runs (hitting) ... Is the first A-Sun player with 20 wins/10 HR since 2004 (Blake Hoorelbeke, Stetson) ... Was the winning pitcher in 22 of the team’s 31 victories ... Ranked second in the A-Sun with 22 wins ... Led the league in innings pitched (207.2) and complete games (27) ... Ranked second in shutouts (7), third in ERA (1.96), third in strikeouts (155), third in appearances (37), third in games started (29), fourth in opponents avg. (.215), and fourth in saves (3) ... Won nine straight games from Apr. 10-Apr. 28 ... Helped Stetson rally from a 3-9 A-Sun mark to a 13-13 record and a A-Sun tournament berth ... Ranked second in the NCAA in fewest walks per seven innings (0.67), 35th in shutouts (7), 44th in victories (22), and 74th in ERA (1.96) ... Posted a streak of 52 consecutive innings and 198 consecutive batters faced without allowing a walk ... Won all four of Stetson’s games in the Hatter Classic en route to all-tournament honors ... Went 3-0 with one save to earn MVP honors in the Stetson Classic ... Picked up a huge win at Jacksonville on Apr. 10, allowing three hits and striking out 11 in eight innings ... Pitched a one-hit shutout vs. Kennesaw State on Apr. 13 ... Shutout ETSU twice on the same day (Apr. 20), becoming the first Stetson pitcher in 16 years to toss two CG shutouts in one day ... Pitched all 21 innings in the series sweep over ETSU ... Won her 20th game of the season at Jacksonville (Apr. 24) ... First Stetson 20-game winner since Amanda Lindsey in 2010 ... Also won at Lipscomb (Apr. 28) to help clinch a postseason berth.
2012: Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team ... Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference Team ... Atlantic Sun Conference Scholar Award recipient ... Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team ... NFCA All-American Scholar-Athlete ... Started all 48 games ... Made 24 starts and 14 relief appearances in the circle with 24 starts at designated player ... Offensively, led the Hatters in batting average (.311) and doubles (10) ... Ranked second on the team with six home runs and 25 RBI ... Slugged .497 and recorded a .369 on-base percentage ... Went 15-11 with 2.35 ERA and 143 strikeouts in 187.1 innings pitched ... Tossed five shutouts and notched two saves ... Recorded 12 multi-hit games ... Hit two doubles and a home run against South Dakota on opening weekend ... Singled, doubled, and homered in Feb. 19 win over Bethune-Cookman ... Posted a 10-game hitting streak from April 7 through April 22 ... Hit two home runs in April 22 win at USC Upstate ... Opened her pitching season with eight strikeouts in a shutout of South Dakota (Feb. 11) ... Fanned a career-high 11 vs. Penn (March 3) ... Recorded a two-hit shutout with seven strikeouts to beat Northern Colorado (March 9) ... Tossed a four-hit shutout over eight innings to beat Lipscomb (April 7) ... Also notched A-Sun shutout wins over ETSU (April 21) and Jackosnville (May 3) ... Earned her first career save March 24 vs. Savannah State.
2011: Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team ... Went 7-14 with a 2.46 ERA and 84 strikeouts in a team-high 139.1 innings pitched as a freshman ... Hit first career home run Feb. 27 vs. Charleston Southern ... Pitched complete game shutout wins over South Dakota State (six-hitter for first career victory, Feb. 19) and Tennessee State (two-hitter with season-high nine strikeouts, March 5) ... Made six appearances without allowing an earned run.
Prior to Stetson: 2010 graduate of Jackson (Miss.) Preparatory School ... Chose the Hatters over the likes of Baylor, LSU, and Lipscomb ... Set school records with 24 home runs and a .496 career batting average ... Posted a slugging average over 1.100 each of her final two seasons ... Tallied a 36-1 pitching record with 24 shutouts ... Led Jackson Prep to four state championships ... Named 2010 “Miss Softball” by the Jackson Clarion-Ledger ... Played travel ball for the Germantown (Tenn.) Red Devils, an organization that has produced Carolyn Boyd and Amanda Lindsey for Stetson and is led by former Hatters head coach Rose Kalisak.