2002 (Junior at UTA)
? Appeared in 25 games for UTA while starting 16 ? Used primarily as a runner ? Posted seven hits in 35 at-bats ? Recorded one double and one RBI ? Scored two runs ? Recorded a 1.000 fielding percentage ? Posted a double vs. Nicholls State picking up a RBI and scoring one run
2001 (Sophomore at UTA)
? Made an appearance in 25 games, 20 in the starting lineup ? Posted four hits and scored three runs ? Made only two errors on 15 attempts for a fielding percentage of .987, fourth best on the team ? Was also fourth best on the team in put outs with 99
2000 (Freshman at Indiana University)
? Posted a .333 batting average (10-for-30) and a .400 on-base percentage ? Also chipped in with four runs scored and four driven in ? Collected two doubles and her first career home run in two games against Georgia Tech University ? Went three-for-three with a run scored in a game against Minnesota and collected two hits, including a double, with a run scored and one driven in against Georgia Tech.
? A former three-time District Catcher of the Year (1997-1998-1999) at Trinity High School in Euless ? Also tabbed to four All-American teams, the NFCA All-American squad in 1998, the Softball Today Pre-Season squad in 1999 and to the Academic All-American team in both 1998 and 1999 ? Capped her prep career by earning Ft. Worth Star-Telegram "Catcher of the Year" recognition as well as to her second team most valuable player award ? Named to "Who's Who Among American High School Students" three times ? Had her uniform number retired after the 1999 season.
? Born July 18, 1981 ? Daughter of Vicki Brookhart and Gordon Carriger ? Stepdaughter of Kevin Brookhart ? Scholar athlete and dean's list recipient ? Member of the Honor's College and Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society ? A political science/pre-law major at UTA.
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