2012: All-Conference Academic Team...started all 48 games at first base for the Hatters...batted .264 with one home run and 11 RBI...three doubles...recorded .995 fielding percentage, third highest in Stetson single season history...hit first career home run in Feb. 11 win over South Dakota...went six for seven with two RBI in Feb. 18 doubleheader sweep of Bethune-Cookman...two hits and two RBI in March 1 win over Mount St. Mary's...three multi-hit games against A-Sun opponents.
2011: Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team...Conference Scholar...appeared in 31 games with 29 starts at first base...two base hits and one RBI...only two errors in 239 chances for a .992 fielding percentage.
2010: Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team...appeared in 31 games, making 25 starts at first base...batted .184 with three doubles...went two for three with a double in March 9 win over Austin Peay that served as Head Coach Frank Griffin's 700th career victory...shortly after the season, was named to NCAA Division I National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
2009: Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team...appeared in 37 games, making 28 starts at third base, catcher and designated player...batted .221 with two doubles and four RBI...one of six Hatters to draw 10 walks...first career base hit was an RBI single vs. Texas State (Feb. 7)...two hits vs. Albany (Feb. 15) and vs. Hartford (March 15).
Prior to Stetson: Medically redshirted the 2008 season at UNC Greensboro...played for Terry Austin at Houston High School (Germantown, Tenn.) outside Memphis...named Best of the Preps Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year by the Memphis Commercial Appeal as a senior...finalist for Best of the Preps Softball Player of the Year award...played one season of varsity soccer besides four of softball and four of basketball...helped club team Germantown Red Devils Gold win an AFA national championship and an ASA regional title.
Personal: Served as chair of the Atlantic Sun Conference Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), and represented the A-Sun on the NCAA Division I SAAC...chair of Stetson University SAAC.