Did not play
2012-13 (Sophomore – Northern Colorado)
Led the Bears in games pitched (36), games started (23) and innings pitched (140.1) … Tied the team-high with eight wins and recorded UNC’s only save …. Boasted a 4.69 ERA and had 76 strikeouts … Netted seven complete games … Complete game shutout while striking out 10 vs. South Dakota State Feb. 8 (4-0) for her second win of the season … Tallied another complete game shutout vs. Texas A&M Corpus Christi Feb. 15 (1-0) … Posted her third complete game shutout of the season against North Dakota March 29 (8-0), and only allowed three hits.
2011-12 (Freshman – Northern Colorado)
Named the Pacific Coast Softball Conference Pitcher of the Week twice (March 20th and 27th) … Pitched a team-best 32 times with 22 games started … Won eight games, while only losing six … Netted a team-high 117.0 innings pitched with six complete games … Produced the second-lowest team ERA with 4.97 and had a team-high 74 strikeouts … Won her first collegiate game at Southern University Feb. 9 (13-4) … Recorded a season-best eight strikeouts in a complete game 2-1 victory over South Dakota State March 24 … Added another seven-inning complete game vs. Portland State April 14 (4-2).
A four-year letterwinner for Terrell HS, while leading the Tigers to their first Texas state playoff appearances in school history … Named the team MVP for the her first three seasons … Second team all-district as a freshman … First team all-district as a senior, junior and sophomore … Honored as the 2009-10 District 15-4A Pitcher of the Year after striking out 178 batters, while throwing 107.5 innings and finished with a 0.79 ERA … During her junior year, she pitched two perfect games and four no-hitters … Pitched to a perfect 6-0 record at the 18U Gold Nationals in her last travel ball season … Played club softball for the Texas Glory Gold out of Dallas, one of the top club teams in the state.
Born Feb. 19, 1993 to Tim and Bobbi Cheney in Dallas, Texas … Has one brother, Hunter Cheney (19) … Majoring in Exercise Science.