Career at Tulsa - A three-year letterwinner and starter . . . has played in 176 career games with 174 starts . . . most of her playing time has come as the designated player and first base last season . . . has a career .315 batting average with 163 hits and 108 RBI . . . her batting average ranks third, while her .515 career slugging percentage ranks second on TU's career chart as does her .388 on-base percentage . . . with 44 career doubles, she is tied for the school record . . . she ranks second in RBIs and total bases, while her 16 career home runs rank fourth in school history . . . TU's first three-time first-team all-conference performer.
Junior (2007) - Was a first-team all-Conference USA selection . . . started all 58 games of the season at first base . . . posted a career-high .379 batting average, the best in school history by more than 20 points . . . led the nation in doubles with another school-record 25 . . . had 22 multiple-hit games, including three games with three hits . . . her 67 hits on the year were the second most for a single season . . . posted 13 multiple-RBI games, including four against Nicholls State . . . her 48 RBIs set a school record for a single-season . . . recorded an 11-game hitting streak during the season . . . posted seven game winning hits . . . was voted to 2007 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team . . . earned Easton Third-Team All-American honors . . . earned All-C-USA Academic honors.
Sophomore (2006) - Was a first-team all-Conference USA selection as the designated player . . . was named to the C-USA all-tournament team . . . started all 58 games, including 54 as the designated player, three in right field and one at first base . . . had a .275 batting average, 47 hits and a team-best 35 RBI . . . also tied for the team-lead with 10 doubles . . . ranked third on the team with 11 multi-hit games and had a team-best nine multiple RBI contests . . . had two games with four RBI, coming against Cal State Northridge (2/17) and UCF (3/14) . . . had a season-high three hits against North Texas (2/25) . . . tied for second on the team for the longest hitting streak on the season, with a string of nine consecutive games posting a hit . . . selected as a C-USA Academic Medalist and Conference USA Academic honoree, as well as an NFCA Scholar-Athlete.
Freshman (2005) - Played in 60 games including 58 starts . . . earned first-team all-WAC honors as a designated player . . . she and teammate Lindsey Tower were the first TU freshmen to ever earn first-team all-conference honors . . . posted 10 multi-hit games, including a 3-for-3 performance against Oklahoma State (2/5) . . . posted a team-high six multi-RBI games, including five against Louisiana Tech (5/7) . . . hit a grand slam against the Lady Techsters . . . had an eight-game hitting streak snapped in the next-to-last game of the season . . . played five games at third base, recording a pair of putouts and nine assists . . . did not commit an error in 11 chances.
High School - Was an all-state and all-metro selection her senior season at Charles Page High School . . . also earned all-conference honors twice . . . recorded the top two batting averages in school history . . . hit .417 as a senior, breaking her own school record she set as a junior with a .371 batting average . . . was a member of the Principal's Honor Roll, while earning the Masonic Student of Today Award . . . was also a U.S. Army Reserves Scholar Athlete . . . worked with the Special Olympics, the Angel Tree, as well as serving as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Vice President . . . played for the Oklahoma Illusion, finishing second at the 2004 Colorado Fireworks Tournament . . . also earned three letters in basketball and earned all-conference merits.
Personal - Communication major . . . born March 30, 1986 . . . daughter of John and Donelle Dyer.
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