2006: Played in 34 games before departing the team due to an illness in the family.
2005: Started and played in 47 games ... In 19 of those games, Dorais made an appearance on the mound ... A position player, Dorais was called back into service as a pitcher after injuries and departures depleted the pitching ranks ... On the mound, Dorais finished the season with a 2-13 record, pitched seven complete games and had 25 strikeouts ... Dorais had the distinction of pitching against Michigan and really stepped up for the team, even though she had just two days to prepare ... Ranked fourth on the team in batting average with a .268 ... Second on the team in appearances on the mound with 19.
2004 As an infielder played in 37 games, also saw action on the mound in eight games ... Had a .268 batting average with 19 hits and five doubles ... On the mound, she was 3-2 with two saves and a 3.28 ERA, recording 12 strikeouts.
2003: In her first appearance on the mound in a Middle Tennessee uniform against Tennessee State University, Dorais became the first freshman in Lady Raider history to record a perfect game ... Overall, Dorais saw action in all 54 games in the season playing mostly second base and shortstop ... After her first appearance on the mound against TSU, she went to the pitching circle two more times for the Lady Raiders once against New Mexico State and once against Florida International ... Ranked fifth on the team in runs scored (18) and RBI (21).
High School: Played four years of softball at Hiram Johnson West Campus High School...Named All-League four years...Earned All-City honors two years...Won Most Outstanding Defense award in 1999...Winner of MVP and Most Valuable Pitcher in 2000...Won Most Valuable Pitcher again in 2001 and 2002...Set a new school pitching record with 505 strikeouts in four years.
Personal: Majoring in psychology ...Member of Who's Who National Honor Society...Graduated in Top 10 of class...Born September 2, 1984...Daughter of Mike and Pat Dorais.