CAREER AT TULSA: A three-year letterwinner and starter . . . has played and started in all 190 games since coming to Tulsa . . . has 25 career multi-hit games . . . one of only three TU players to post 100 or more assists in three consecutive seasons . . . enters the 2005 season needing only 11 assists to establish a new school record for career assists . . . her 38 career stolen bases ranks third on the school's all-time chart.
JUNIOR (2004): Was one of three players to start all 63 games . . . played shortstop for the Hurricane on every pitch . . . led squad and the WAC in sacrifice hits (18) . . . ranked second in the WAC for assists . . . was three putouts shy of becoming the first player in school history to record 100 putouts and 100 assists for three straight years . . . posted six multiple hit games and three multiple RBI games . . . tied with Holly Reynolds for the most stolen bases on the team with 14 . . . was an all-WAC Academic performer.
SOPHOMORE (2003): Was one of four players to play in all 63 games, and one of only two to start all 63 games . . . led the team in hits with 55 . . . was second on the squad in batting average (.286), runs scored (24) and assists (145) . . . led the team in stolen bases with 11 steals in 11 attempts, the fourth most in the WAC . . . ranked eighth in the WAC in hits and runs scored . . . her four home runs on the season were the most ever by a TU shortstop . . . posted 12 multi-hit games, including a 4-for-4 performance with three RBI, one run scored, one double and one home run against Wichita State . . . recorded hits in 41 games, including a five-game hitting streak . . . became just one of five Hurricane players to ever record 100 putouts and 100 assists for two consecutive seasons.
FRESHMAN: (2002) Was one of three players to start in all 64 games for the Hurricane . . . became the fourth player in TU history to post 100 putouts and 100 assists in the same season, finishing with 109 putouts and 153 assists . . . posted an eight-game hitting streak during the season to finish with a .227 batting average . . . led the team in runs scored with 36 . . . was third on squad with seven doubles . . . registered seven multi-hit games, including a 3-for-3 performance against Charlotte.
HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-time all-conference and all-district selection at Catoosa High School . . . had a .416 batting average her senior season . . . earned all-state first team honors as a senior . . . helped lead her team to consecutive state championships in 1998 and 1999, as well as a runner-up finish in 1997 and a semifinal berth in 2000 . . . was named to Who's Who Among American High School Students and Athletes . . . played basketball, soccer and ran track in high school . . . earned all-conference, all-district and all-region honors in basketball . . . was a member of the Superintendent's Honor Roll and the National Honor Society .
PERSONAL: Elementary Education major . . . born January 18, 1983 . . . daughter of Mike and Teresa Walkingstick..
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