CAREER AT TULSA: A three-year letterwinner . . . has played in 156 career games and has started 123 contests . . . has a career.245 batting average . . . has 33 career steals with a .805 stolen base percentage . . . has 18 career multi-hit games.
JUNIOR (2004): Played in 59 games and had 54 starts . . . started 41 games as the designated player and 13 games in right field . . . had a .262 batting average . . . was one of seven players to score over 20 runs with 22 . . . did not commit an error while recording 13 putouts . . . led the team with 14 stolen bases in 18 attempts . . . had eight multi-hit games this season . . . tied a career high with two steals against Maryland . . . recorded a six-game hitting streak during the season . . . was a second-team CoSIDA Academic All-District VI selection.
SOPHOMORE (2003): Played in 47 games and started 35 contests . . . platooned with Stephanie Sliepen in right field, and was also used as a pinch runner . . . posted a .231 batting average in 91 at-bats . . . recorded at least one hit in 13 games, including five multi-hit games . . . went 3-for-3 against Southeastern Louisiana and James Madison . . . also recorded three hits in four at-bats against Oklahoma State . . . led the TU outfielders with four assists . . . finished the season with seven steals . . . had a career best, two stolen bases against Winthrop . . . recorded a six game hitting streak during the season.
FRESHMAN: (2002) Played in 50 games, including 34 starts . . . had a .236 batting average . . . saw action in 37 games in the outfield, four games as the designated player and 12 games as a pinch runner . . . finished third on the team in stolen bases with 12 . . . posted five multi-hit games, including a 3-for-3 performance against Centenary, with a run scored and two steals . . . recorded four RBI on the season, including two against Radford.
HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner at Edmond Memorial High School . . . had a .354 batting average and an on-base percentage of .375 during her senior season . . . earned all-state, all-city squad, all-Mid State Conference, all-district, and all-Big City first team honors as a senior . . . helped lead the Bulldogs to a 38-9 record in 2000 and four consecutive state tournament appearances . . . played for the Oklahoma Jitterbugs 18-under Gold team, placing first at the 23-Under ASA National Championship . . . recorded a .950 fielding percentage, .550 on-base percentage and led her club team in stolen bases during the club season . . . was a member of the Superintendent's Honor Roll . . . a two-time nominee for the National Leadership Forum on Medicine.
PERSONAL: Integrated marketing major . . . born December 13, 1982 . . . daughter of Jim and Judy Reynolds.
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