Played in 54 games with 51 starts, while compiling a .267 batting average … Finished with 44 hits and second on the team with 12 doubles … Tallied 20 RBI and 62 total bases … Notched 11 multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games, which includes a five-RBI game against Tennessee March 18 … Added a seven-game reached base streak and a six-game hitting streak … Registered a two-double game against Samford Feb. 25 … Notched her first home run of the season against Kennesaw State Feb. 7 … Finished her career sixth in career home runs (17) and tied for eighth in career doubles with 30.
Voted All-Sun Belt Second Team ... Threw an impressive seven runners out at the plate on the season ... Started all 54 games for the Blue Raiders, 48 of which came in center field ... Hit .257 with a team leading 20 runs scored, and is second in hits (39) and home runs (five) ... Hit safely in 33 of 54 games, including a 10-game hit streak from March 20 to April 10 ... Had five multi-hit games on the season, three of which came against SBC foes.
Started all 49 games, splitting time in the outfield and at second base ... Belted seven home runs, putting her tied for eighth on the school’s single-season list ... Finished 2012 season tied for eighth on career home run list with 10 long balls ... Delivered walk-off RBI single to defeat Eastern Illinois 3-2 on March 14 ... Went perfect 3-3 with an RBI on Feb. 26 against College of Charleston ... Smashed a three-run home run on March 4 against Tennessee ... Placed second on the squad with 10 doubles ... Led Blue Raiders with 12 stolen bases in 13 attempts ... Her .923 stolen base percentage places her eighth on the single-season list ... Meanwhile her .875 career stolen-base clip ranks her tied for sixth on the school’s all-time career chart ... Paced the team with eight sacrifice bunts.
Appeared in 43 games while starting in 30, primarily at the outfield position and posted a .163 average off 16 hits ... Tallied a combined six RBIs with a grand slam in first collegiate doubleheader on Feb. 13 against Murray State ... Went 2-4 with three runs scored and an RBI on Feb. 25 versus Murray State ... Set a career-high with four putouts on March 12 against Purdue ... Hit first double of her collegiate-career on March 16 versus FIU ... Also stole a base against FIU ... Hit a home run on March 26 against ULM.
Four-year letterwinner at Greenbrier High School under head coaches Julie Head and Larry Williams ... Was named to the 2010 First Team All Mid-State Team ... Four-year all-tournament and all-district ... MTSCA All-Academic Team ... TSWA AA All-State ... Also played volleyball and basketball at Greenbrier ... Two-time state volleyball champion ... Tallied 1,200 career points and was named to three all-district and all-tournament teams for the Greenbrier basketball squad ... Was a member of Beta Club and National Honor Society.
Born April 6, 1992 in Nashville, Tenn. … Daughter of Brian and Wendy Dever … Has two brothers, Mitchell, 27, and Drew, 16 …. Enjoys laughing, crafts and shopping … Eats anything her mom cooks or spaghetti … Watches Duck Dynasty and Pretty Little Liars … Top-three movies are Pretty Woman, Steel Magnolias and A League of Their Own, but not in any particular order … Julia Roberts and Sandra Bullock are her two favorite actresses … Huge Toby Mac fan, favorite song is Steal My Show … Ironman is her favorite superhero … Coach K’s book Leading with the Heart is a good read … Top-two baseball players are Derek Jeter and Josh Hamilton … Top football athlete is Tim Tebow … Admires her parents … Enjoys being a Blue Raider because no matter the sport you play people and kids are always excited to meet you … Coach Breeden’s ability to inspire and believe in the MT softball program is her favorite attribute … Dream job is to work in a children’s hospital … Majoring in Recreation Administration with a minor in Coaching … A four year member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).