Career at Tulsa -- A two-year letterwinner . . . has played in 102 games and has started 82 contests . . . has a .293 career batting average with 82 hits, 34 runs scored and 26 RBI . . . has 19 career multiple hit games.
Sophomore (2006) -- Played in 41 games and had 22 starts . . . scored TU's first ever run in NCAA play . . . started 13 games in right field and nine games in left field . . . had a .241 batting average with 19 hits and five RBI . . . also had a .390 slugging percentage . . . had four multiple hit games this season . . . saw action in two games in the Conference USA Tournament and went 2-for-2 with one RBI and two runs scored as a pinch hitter . . . in a 4-3 win against East Carolina in Tulsa's first game of the tournament, she hit a two-out, two-strike home run to tie the game at 3-3 in the bottom of the seventh inning . . . in the C-USA Championship game against Marshall, she had a pinch-hit single in the bottom of the seventh inning with one out and the score tied 0-0, and then scored on a three-run homer by Brooke Smart . . . was a Conference USA Academic honoree.
Freshman (2005) -- Played in 61 games and had 60 starts . . . earned first-team all-WAC honors as an outfielder . . . along with teammate Sara Dyer were the first TU freshmen to ever earn first-team all-conference honors . . . led the team with a .313 batting average . . . her .386 batting average during WAC games was the seventh best in the league . . . led the team and ranked fourth in the WAC with 63 hits, marking the third most in school history for a single-season . . . finished the season with a nine-game hitting streak . . . had a team-best 15 multiple hit games, including a 3-for-3 performance against UTEP (4/30) as well as a 3-for-4 performance against Indiana . . . also recorded five multiple RBI games . . . ranked ninth in the WAC with a .426 on-base percentage during league games . . . recorded 57 putouts, including a season-high four putouts against Oklahoma (4/20) . . . became the third TU player in school history to have over 200 at-bats in a season with 201 . . . was also an all-WAC academic selection.
High School -- Was a 2003 Oklahoma all-state selection at Edmond North High School . . . helped lead her high school team to a No. 2 state ranking as a senior and the school's first state tournament appearance . . . posted a .318 batting average as a senior . . . was a three-time all-city first team selection . . . was a member of the National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . awarded a Certificate of Excellence for Honor Biology and Chemistry . . . was also named to America's Who's Who Among American High School Students . . . played for the Oklahoma City Storm during the summer . . . posted a .370 batting average and a .414 on-base percentage . . . helped lead the Storm to an ASA 18-and-under national tournament appearance.
Personal -- Accounting major . . . born March 23, 1986 . . . daughter of Jon and Karen Tower.
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