2006 Season Highlights: First player in recent school history to start all four infield position after starting 36 games at first base this year. Member of the Early Bird All-Tournament Team. Stole a career-best four bases, also set a new personal mark with two triples. Had the highest fielding percentage (.983) of any starter. Fourth on the team with 17 walks, tied for third at 201 putouts.
2006 Game Highlights: Scored the winning run in game two against Boston College. Has driven in the winning run twice. Went 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI against Nicholls State (2/11). Drove in a pair of runs and scored another in the opener against Jacksonville (2/22). Belted a double against No. 17 Auburn (3/30).
2006 NCAA Tournament Highlights: Pinch hit in the victory over Georgia on May 20. Played in both games of the Super Regional, laying down a sacrifice in game two.
2005 Season Highlights: Ranked 15th in the NCAA with a 0.33 sacrifice hits per game average. Named to the FSU Invitational All-Tournament team after leading the tournament with four doubles. Starting 47 games in four different positions - shortstop (33), designated player (12), third base (2) and second base (1). Ranked in the top five on the team in five different offensive categories include sac bunts (1st - 16), walks (2nd - 22) and on-base percentage (4th - .331). Raised average by 78 points during the last half of the year. Excelled in the classroom with her first spot on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2005 NCAA Tournament Highlights: Started all four games at shortstop. Drove in a run and scored another during the regional championship game against Baylor (5/22).
2005 Game Highlights: Had one of the best days of her Seminole career versus Eastern Kentucky (3/12). Laced a career-high two doubles while crossing the plate a personal-best four times. Cleared the fence for the first time in her FSU tenure with a two-run home run against Long Beach State (3/17) at the Kia Klassic. Drove in a career-high three runs and scored two more in the opener at BYU (5/6). Tied a career high with five at-bats against Virginia Tech (5/ 12) during the ACC Tournament.
2004 Season Highlights: One of the most versatile players on the team, making 61 starts in three different positions - shortstop (30), third base (29) and designated player (2). Led the team in assists, tied with Veronica Wootson for second in turning double plays and was fifth in chances and putouts. Second on the team with 28 walks despite 59 fewer at-bats than the category leader. Second on the squad in sac bunts, third in walks, fifth in on-base percentage and fourth in runs scored. In ACC games she was tied for fifth in batting average - raising her average 60 points during league play -- and runs scored and fourth in on-base percentage.
2004 WCWS Highlights: Started all three games with four at-bats. Led the Seminoles with five assists in the field.
2004 NCAA Regional Highlights: Started all five games during the regional at third base. Had a team-high 13 assists in the field. Scored one of FSU's three, sixth-inning runs in the come-from-behind 5-4 12-inning win over Oregon.
2004 ACC Tournament Highlights: Started all three games at third base, leading the team with nine assists, including a season-high seven against Georgia Tech (5/14). Third-highest average on the team .400 (two-of-five) with one hit in each of the first two games. Scored the game-winning run in Florida State's second round victory over North Carolina.
2004 Game Highlights: Her first appearance as a Seminole was as a pinch runner vs. Minnesota (2/8) at the Seminole Classic where she scored a run. Went 1-for-3 with a run scored in her first plate appearance vs. Southern Miss. (2/15). Earned her first career start in the first game vs. Georgia Southern (2/17) drawing a walk and scoring two runs. Went 2-for-2 with a run scored vs. LSU (2/29) at the NFCA Leadoff Classic. Turned in a 2-for-3 performance with a triple, RBI and two runs scored against Rhode Island (3/5). Won the game with a walk-off single in the bottom of the tenth inning vs. Notre Dame (3/11). Had a three-game hitting streak to close out ACC play as she hit safely versus North Carolina (4/24) and in both games versus NC State (5/1) with two runs scored.
Junior College: Pensacola Junior College standout was named First-Team All-Panhandle Conference in 2003.
High School: Stratford Senior Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior. Texas All-Star. SBISD All-Tournament Team as a senior. Four-time First-Team All-District selection. Three-year all-district starter on the varsity basketball team. Team MVP and Don Coleman Scholarship recipient her senior year.
Personal: Born July 29, 1983. Graduated on April 29 with a degree in sports management. Daughter of Bernie Mathis.