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2008: Played in 42 games... started twice... had a hit in seven at bats... started games at Campbell and Presbyterian... finished the season with 11 runs and four stolen bases... scored a run in the 8-2 win over Stony Brook (Feb. 23)... scored a key run in the 6-2 win over Princeton (March 9)... both Stony Brook and Princeton advanced to the NCAA Tournament... crossed the plate twice, one in each game, in the sweep at North Florida (April 5).
2007: Saw action in 53 games for the Spartans... was a run specialist... started twice in the outfield... pinch ran in 51 games... stole 20 bases on 21 attempts... finished the season ranked sixth in the Peach Belt Conference in stolen bases... scored four game-winning runs... collected two hits in 11 at bats... struck out just twice... was 1-for-3 with a run scored to help Upstate claim a 7-0 victory over Belmont Abbey (Apr. 2) in the second game of the doubleheader sweep.
2006: Saw action in 47 games, primarily as a pinch runner... had just seven at bats... finished with a .286 batting average... ranked fourth on the team with 15 stolen bases... scored 18 runs... had two stolen bases and a run at Lander (Feb. 23)... had two stolen bases against Georgia College & State University (Mar. 14)... had a standout performance in her only start at Pfeiffer (Apr. 27)... finished the game 2-for-3 with three runs and a stolen base.
High School: Lettered in softball and basketball at Holly Hill... A four-time All-Region selection... earned All-State honors from the High School Report and Charleston Post and Courier publications... named the Region Player of the Year... also earned Player of the Year honors from the SCISA... a Wendy's High School Heisman nominee in 2004... played for the South Carolina Bandits summer travel team... also a standout in the classroom... a member of the National Honor Society and Holly Hill's Honor Roll... a Gold Dome Scholar at USC Upstate.