As a Junior (`01): For the second consecutive year led the team in every pitching and the majority of offensive categories... played in all 67 games...first in the nation in strikeouts per seven innings (10.5) and fifth in era (0.57)...topped last season's career high in strikeouts with 403...had 26 wins...led the team in batting average (.376), runs (40), hits (65), homeruns (19), rbi's (49) and base on balls (57)...led the conference offensively in on-base percentage (.534), homeruns, walks, and pitching in strikeouts, and wins...named Louisville Slugger / NFCA second team All-American....second consecutive conference player of the year...three year first team all-conference...third consecutive conference championship tournament MVP and lead the Owls to their third straight regional appearance.
As a Sophomore (00): Led the squad in every pitching and offensive category...started all 74 games....pitched four no-hitters....second in the nation in strikeouts per seven innings (10.4) and 16 in era (0.803)....had a career high in single-season strikeouts (325)....had 22 victories and a team low 0.85 era....led the team in batting average (.299), runs (39), hits (61), homeruns (11), RBIs (39) and base on balls (38).....pitched back-to-back no hitters against SIU-Carbondale and Rutgers.....named TAAC pitcher of the week four times....named TAAC conference player of the year.....earn first team all-conference....earned back-to-back conference tournament MVP honors and guided the Owls to their second regional appearance....named to All-regional team....2000 FAU Athlete of the Year.
As a freshman (`99): Played in all 69 games either at pitcher or designated hitter...pitched her first no-hitter against University of Hartford...had 24 victories on the season and a team high 211 strikeouts...earned conference player or pitcher 4 times and the only person in conference history to be named pitcher and player of the same week...she earn first team all conference as a pitcher and designated hitter...also named TAAC-Tournament MVP which guided the Owls to their third consecutive championship and first ever appearance in the NCAA regional tournament.
High School: Played for Tim Cornstock at St Pete High School...earned St Pete Time player of the year, Tampa Tribune player of the year, and Suncoast player of the year...first team All-State, first team All-Conference and player of the year, three-time team MVP.
Personal: Science major...daughter of Roxanne Myers and Frank Myers...born July 31, 1980, in Pottstown, PA...her professional goal is to become a veteranarian...and also to make the olympic team.