As a Pro: Went 9-10 as a rookie with the Rockford Thunder...in her 18 games started, she recorded 11 complete outings...led the team with 126.2 innings pitched, giving up 130 hits, 60 runs (48 earned) for a team-best 2.66 ERA...also recorded a team-high 93 strikeouts to 47 walks.
2007: Was the No. 1 pitcher for the Knights with 34 starts in 40 appearances in the circle...Was named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Southeast Region First Team...Earned a spot on the All-Conference USA First Team...Received C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team honors...Was named the C-USA Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 19, March 19 and April 2...Ended the season ranked fourth in the nation in ERA (0.87)...Had 25 appearances in 2007 in which she did not give up an earned run...Set new UCF career records in strikeouts (488), strikeouts per seven innings (6.93), ERA (1.22), complete games (60), shutouts (20), innings pitched (493.0) and batters struck out looking (116)...Holds school single-season records in strikeouts (266), ERA (0.87), opposing batting average (.159) and shutouts (15)...Her ERA and opposing batting average were tops in the league...Offensively, ranked third on the team in home runs (2) and fielding percentage (.989) and fourth in RBI (17), walks (11) and assists (87)...Had six multiple-hit games and one multiple-RBI game...Held a six-game hitting streak from March 4-March 17...From March 2-April 15 allowed only two earned runs in 112.1 innings of work...Allowed only one earned run, struck out eight batters and hit a three-run home run in the season-opener against Miami-Ohio (2/9)...Threw her first complete-game shutout of 2007 with a two-hitter over North Florida (2/10) at the FAU Tournament...Pitched her second two-hit shutout of the season and went 2-for-3 with a solo home run from the plate to secure the win over Colorado State (2/17) at the UNLV/Louisville Slugger Desert Classic...Fanned 10 batters in game one of the doubleheader vs. Hofstra (2/21)...Threw a one-hit shutout vs. Albany (2/23) at the UCF Tournament...Struck out 10 batters in 6.2 innings of relief in game two of the doubleheader against Eastern Michigan...Allowed only one earned run on two hits, while striking out 11 in two appearances at East Carolina (3/10-11)...Went 5-for-6 from the plate with two RBI and four runs scored in the doubleheader vs. Bethune-Cookman (3/15)...Threw two complete-game shutouts, allowing only 4 hits and fanning 23 in two appearances vs. Southern Miss (3/17-18)...Threw her fourth one-hitter of the season in game one of the three-game series at Tulsa (3/24), fanning 10 in the process...Set two new UCF game records after striking out 18 batters in 12 innings of work in the game-one victory at Florida State (3/28)...Went 2-for-4 from the plate in both games she pitched against Marshall (3/31-4/1)...Pitched her third career no-hitter and fanned seven batters on her way to breaking the UCF all-time strikeout record at Stetson (4/4)...Picked up a win and a save while not allowing an earned run in the three-game series with UAB (4/14-15)...Recorded two wins and a save in three appearances vs. UTEP (4/28-29), not allowing an earned run and registering 22 punch outs...Allowed only two earned runs in 34 innings of work at the C-USA Softball Championship (5/10-12)...Hit the game-tying RBI vs. Marshall at the C-USA Championship (5/10)...Hit the game-winning RBI single in her shutout victory over Tulsa at the C-USA Championship (5/11)...Registered a hit and an RBI in the tournament win over East Carolina (5/11)...Allowed only one run on five hits, while fanning eight in 12 innings, tying her own record for most innings pitched in a game against East Carolina (5/12) in the C-USA Championship semi-final game.
2006: Was the No. 1 pitcher for UCF with 31 starts in 39 appearances in the circle...Named Conference USA Pitcher of the Week on March 6 and April 24...Broke the UCF single-season record for strikeouts with 222...Had a career-high 14 strikeouts against Creighton (3/3)...Threw two no-hitters, the first in game two against Bethune-Cookman (2/15) and the second vs. Boston College (3/7)...Struck out 10 batters against Stetson (2/19) and Samford (2/25), 11 against USF (4/12) and 12 in game one against UTEP (4/22)...Offensively, recorded two hits against Creighton (3/5) and vs. San Diego (3/10)...In a win over Texas Tech (2/11), gave up one run on five hits and five strikeouts...Made six straight appearances without surrendering an earned run (2/24-3/5)...Allowed one run in 25.2 innings of work at the UCF Tournament (3/3-5)...Pitched three consecutive shutouts, including a one-hitter vs. Villanova (3/4) at the UCF Tournament...Named to the UCF Tournament All-Tournament Team...Hit first career double against Ball State (3/9)...Did not give up an earned run while striking out six in a win in game one vs. Memphis (4/14)...Fanned eight in a shutout victory over UTEP (4/23)...Went 11.0 innings in game one against East Carolina (5/6), giving up just one earned run and striking out eight batters.
Prior to UCF: Played at Hillsborough Community College under head coach Ray Seymour for one year...Named a First Team All-American...Selected to the National Junior College Athletic Association's (NJCAA) Gulf Coast District First Team, while also being named Florida Community College Athletic Association (FCCAA) Pitcher of the Year and first team all-state in 2005...Earned HCC Player of the Year honors...Struck out 350 batters in 2005, the most of any junior college pitcher in the nation...Ended the season with a 34-8 record, the only junior college pitcher in the nation to reach 30 wins...Graduated from Bloomingdale High School in Brandon, Fla., playing for Karen Clark...At Bloomingdale, was named Hillsborough County 6A Player of the Year, St. Pete Times and Tampa Tribune Hillsborough County Player of the Year and Florida Dairy Farmers' High School Player of the Year in 2004...Selected to the 2004 Florida Class 6A All-State First Team...Earned Western Conference MVP honors...Also played for Brian Pulling's Tampa Mustangs.
Personal: Born in Brandon, Fla....Daughter of Wayne and Karen Kime...Majoring in marketing.