2013 C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll 2011 Conference USA All-Freshman Team
As A Junior (2013): Selected to Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Played in 42 games with 35 starts (14 center field, 16 right field and five as designated player) ... Hit .155 with two home runs, five RBI and 15 hits ... Hit .286 with four of her hits in the seventh inning ... Was hit by a pitch and scored a run against Cleveland State (2/8) ... Picked up a hit against Ohio (2/8) ... Scored a run against Rider (2/9) ... Smacked a single up the middle against St. John's (2/15) ... Had a hit, walk and a run scored against Fairfield (2/22) ... Recorded a single against No. 22 Baylor (3/2) ... Tallied a single against No. 3 Arizona State (3/2) ... Reached base with a single against No. 20 Hawai'i (3/12) ... Had a single and drove in a run in the middle game of the series against UAB (3/16) ... Walked and hit a two-run home run in the final game of the series against Houston (3/24) ... Had three hits in the two games against North Carolina State (3/27) ... Had an RBI groundout in the first game against UTEP (3/29) ... Walked, scored a run and had a hit in the final contest against the Miners (3/30) ... Hit her second home run of the season in the series finale against UCF (5/5) ... Also picked up an outfield assist against the Knights.
As A Sophomore (2012) 2012 Game-by-Game Statistics Built on strong freshman year and was one of the team's most productive offensive players down the stretch ... Started 51 of the team's 53 games, all in center field, and played in 52 total contests ... Ended the campaign leading the squad with 11 doubles while ranking second in slugging percentage (.413), fourth in batting average (.280), on-base percentage (.364) and runs batted in (22) and tied for fourth in hits (40) as well as home runs (two) ... Eleven doubles were tied for ninth in Conference USA ...Seven two-base hits were during C-USA games, tying UCF's Farrah Sullivan for the league lead ... Recorded 11 more hits, nine more doubles and 10 more RBI than totals from freshman campaign ... Was hit by a pitch nine times, the most among ECU players and fourth in the conference ... Tied the league single-game record getting hit by a pitch three times in the opener at UNC Wilmington (3/28) ... Stole a career-high 10 bases after swiping just three as a freshman ... Tallied seven multiple-hit games and ranked second on the club with six contests collecting two or more RBI ... One of five Pirates to hit above .300 with runners on base (.313/25-for-80) and total 10 or more two-out RBI (10) ... Posted a .327 batting average (17-for-52) with runners in scoring position ... Hit from fourth to ninth in the order, most often appearing in the seventh spot (14) ... Turned in highest average when in the eighth spot (.333/seven-for-21) ... Led all players with 10 hits out of the seventh slot in the order ... Recorded the club's second-highest OPS (on-base percentage plus slugging percentage) at .777 ... When facing a one-strike count, hit .410 (16-for-39) ... Registered a .444 mark (four-for-nine) in a 2-0 count ... Finished the C-USA season with a .299 average (20-for-67) and stood third on the club with 20 hits in league play ... Tied for second among ECU players with 11 RBI against conference foes and held second in slugging percentage (.448) ... During league action, hit .364 (12-for-33) with runners on base and elevated that mark to .400 (eight-for-20) with runners in scoring position, the second best on the squad ... Drove in 15 runs during home contests, the highest total on the team ... In losses, placed second on the squad with a .270 batting average (20-for-74), 20 hits and nine runs scored ... Came on during the final 26 games of the season, posting a .296 average (21-for-71) and Pirate-best 14 RBI and nine doubles ... Also scored a team second-most 13 runs over the second half of the campaign ... Hit East Carolina's first home run of the season for the second-straight campaign with a three-run long ball against Canisius (2/11) ... Set career high with four RBI in game against the Golden Griffins (2/11) ... Recorded first career triple against North Dakota State (2/26) ... Threw out Northwestern's Paige Tonz at home to complete double play after making a shoestring catch (3/3) ... Drove in the game-winning run in series finale against UTEP (3/25) with third-inning double to left center ... Went two-for-four with two runs batted in during Southern Miss series (4/21) ... Two-run double to right center in game two against Marshall (4/28) provided the contest-deciding run.
As A Freshman (2011) 2011 Game-by-Game Statistics A Conference USA All-Freshman Team selection who led the Pirates with a .333 batting average (14-for-42) and .462 on-base percentage during league contests ... Experienced action in 52 contests and started 45, all in center field ... Ended the campaign ranked third on the squad in on-base percentage (.405), tied for third in runs scored (22) and alone in fifth in batting average (.271/29-for-107) ... Thrived in the second half of the season once consistent playing time was established, posting ECU's second-best average (.300/21-for-70) and on-base percentage (.430) ... Also tallied a squad-high 13 runs scored and team third-best 21 hits during the final 31 contests ... Batted from fourth to ninth in the order, appearing most often (23 times) in the eighth slot ... Hit .429 when batting sixth and .300 when eighth ... In league games, posted a .357 slugging percentage, the second-best mark on the squad, and kept innings alive with a club-high .417 batting average (five-for-12) in two-out situations ... Recorded eight multiple-hit games and three multi-RBI contests during the season ... Drove in six runs with two outs and reached base 47.2 percent of the time (17-for-36) when leading off an inning ... Recorded first career home run and the Pirates' first long ball at the new ECU Softball Stadium with a second-inning solo shot against St. John's (2/20) ... Threw out potential game-winning run at the plate in the bottom of the 10th inning at UAB (4/16), then drove in the deciding score in the 11th ... Registered season highs with two runs scored and two stolen bases in game three at UTEP (4/23) ... Drove in two runs and tallied two hits against UMBC (5/7) ... Went two-for-three with a run scored and a walk during the Conference USA Tournament title game versus Tulsa (5/14), helping East Carolina to a 4-1 win ... Hit a two-run home run in the first inning at Maryland during the NCAA College Park Regional (5/20) opener, giving the Pirates a 5-0 lead.
Providence Day High School A four-year starter and letterwinner who picked up four First Team All-Charlotte Independent School Athletic Association (CISAA) and All-North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association (NCISAA) honors ... Guided the Chargers to a pair of CISAA titles, their first in school history, as a sophomore and senior ... Named to the Charlotte Observer's All-Mecklenburg Second Team as a pitcher and played for the North Carolina team in the Battle of the Border Showcase Games against a South Carolina squad following final campaign ... Selected the Providence Day Senior Charger Female Athlete ... As a junior, batted over .400, threw a no-hitter against Charlotte Christian and won the Providence Day School Supporting Athlete-of-the-Year award ... One year earlier, hit .444 and scored 31 runs while stealing 20 bases and helping the Chargers to a fourth-place finish at the state tournament ... During freshman campaign, led the team to a third-place showing at the NCISAA State Tournament ... Enjoyed additional success on the basketball court, helping the Chargers to NCISAA Championships as a freshman and sophomore ... Over the summer, played softball for the Lady Blues of Belmont, N.C. ... Away from athletics, served as an officer for the Cultural Alliance Club as well as a member of the church choir and Keyettes Club.
Personal Majoring in physical education ... Daughter of John and Saundra Robbins ... Brother, Jonathan, plays baseball for the Academy of Art University in San Francisco ... Uncle, Quinton McCracken, played 10 seasons of Major League Baseball for six organizations and was named the American League Hitter-of-the-Week April 5, 1998, while playing for the Tampa Bay Rays ... Mother played basketball for Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, N.C.