Senior (2009)... Named Michigan's female recipient of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award ... Academic All-Big Ten Conference ... U-M Academic Athletic Achievement Award recipient ... Started all 59 games at shortstop ... Hit .381 (8-for-21) in NCAA Tournament play ... Posted a 3-for-3, two-RBI effort in WCWS debut vs. #4 Alabama (May 28) ... Used leadoff singles to key U-M's rally third and fourth innings vs. Baylor in the NCAA Super Regional finale (May 23), going 2-for-4 with a pair of runs scored in final home appearance at Alumni Field ... Tallied a hit and run apiece in both games of the Ohio State doubleheader (May 6) ... Matched a career high with three runs scored at Wisconsin-1 (April 25) ... Drove in a season-best three runs at Penn State-2 (April 1) ... Batted 2-for-2 with two runs scored vs. Loyola Chicago-2 (March 28) ... Used an RBI double to drive in first run of the season vs. Virginia Tech at the NFCA Leadoff Classic (Feb. 27) ... Went 2-for-3 vs. DePaul at the Louisville Slugger Desert Classic (Feb. 14).
Junior (2008)... Academic All-Big Ten Conference ... All-Great Lakes Region first team ... All-Big Ten second team ... Started 59 games at shortstop, missing one due to injury ... Tallied career highs in runs (36), hits (51) and stolen bases (19) ... Her 19 stolen bases was the most by a U-M player in four years ... Matched a career high with a 3-for-3 performance with a run and an RBI against Notre Dame in NCAA Regional competition (May 17) ... Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored in the regional opener vs. Wright State (May 16) ... Batted 3-for-6 in Florida State doubleheader (April 30) with three runs scored .. Also tallied three hits in Northwestern doubleheader (April 27), kicking off U-M's seventh-inning rally in the nightcap with a leadoff single and her team's first run scored ... Knocked out first home run of the season on a second-inning, two-run shot at Michigan State (April 26) ... Went 2-for-2 with a walk at Minnesota-1 (April 13) ... Batted 3-for-3 with a pair of runs and two RBI at Purdue-1 (March 30) ... Tallied back-to-back one-hit, one-RBI efforts vs. UNLV and Fresno State at the Judi Garman Classic (March 20) ... Picked up a pair of hits and two RBI vs. Minnesota at the Louisville Tournament (March 14) ... Hit the game-winning RBI single to centerfield in the seventh inning vs. #18 Mississippi State (Feb. 29) at the NFCA Leadoff Classic ... Batted 2-for-2 with an RBI and run scored vs. Birmingham Southern at the UCF Tournament (Feb. 23) ... Tallied a career-high three hits and scored two runs against Maryland (Feb. 10) ... Drove in the game-winning run on a seventh-inning sacrifice fly vs. South Carolina at the Kick-Off Classic (Feb. 9).
Sophomore (2007)... Academic All-Big Ten Conference ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award ... Started all 60 games at shortstop ... tallied career-high marks in runs (23), hits (44) and RBI (21) ... recorded 13 multi-hit and four multi-RBI efforts ... batted .375 (3-for-8) with an RBI in NCAA Regional play (May 18-20) ... went 4-for-5 with three runs and an RBI in the Michigan State series (May 5-6) ... went 2-for-3 with two RBI at Central Michigan-1 (April 17) ... boasted a career day at Iowa (April 13), tallying three hits, including a 10th-inning triple, and scored the game-winning run ... batted 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored vs. #25 California (March 23) ... recorded an RBI single and a run vs. #12 Washington (March 15) ... pounded out two doubles to drive in three runs vs. Virginia (Mar. 3) ... went 2-for-3 with a pair of runs and a stolen base vs. #19 Florida State-1 (Feb. 28) ... registed three-run, eighth-inning home run vs. Auburn (Feb. 23) ... doubled and scored two runs vs. Maryland (Feb. 16) ... opened the season with a nine-game hit streak, batting .478 (11-for-23) with three doubles and four RBI over the strech.
Freshman (2006)... Started all 59 games at shortstop ... recorded four multi-hit games and two multi-RBI outings ... batted .250 in the Big Ten Tournament (May 12-13) ... stole first collegiate base in the fifth inning vs. #14 Northwestern-2 (April 30) ... set career highs with two walks and six at-bats vs. Central Michigan-2 (April 18) ... belted a game-winning sacrifice fly in the second inning -- the first game-winning hit of her collegiate career -- vs. Indiana (April 8) ... recorded second multi-hit performance in three games going 2-for-4 with a 3-run home run vs. Florida State (March 18) ... went 2-for-3 with a walk and a run scored vs. #14 Washington (March 17) ... registered first-career multi-hit game with a double and a triple in a 2-for-3 effort vs. Florida State (March 3) ... had her first career home run, a leadoff solo shot, in the second inning in a 4-2 win at #13 Georgia (2) (Feb. 27) ... scored her second game-winning run of the day on a Rebekah Milian RBI single vs. Longwood (Feb. 17) ... made first career start at shortstop and earned firsts in hits, runs and RBI vs. #21 DePaul (Feb. 17).
Prep... Graduated from Olathe East High School (2005) ... National Honor Society ... Spanish National Honor Society ... Honor Roll ... Student Advisory Council ... First Team NFCA All-Region (2005) ... Second Team NFCA All-American at shortstop (2005) ... Second Team NFCA All-Region (2004) ... Two-time all-state, first team All-Johnson County and First Team All-KC Metro (2004, '05) ... three-time All-Olathe and First Team All-Sunflower League (2003, '04, '05) ... Kansas All-Star MVP (2005) ... Olathe Daily News and Olathe East Female Athlete of the Year and (2005) ... two-time Kansas 6A state champions (2004, '05) ... State runners-up (2003) ... Three-time regional champions (2003, '04, '05) ... Four-time Sunflower League champions (2002, '03, '04, '05) ... Also played three years of basketball, winning a pair of regional championships (2004, '05) and finishing sixth in the Kansas 6A tournament (2004, '05) ... Second Team All-Olathe and Honorable Mention All-Sunflower League in basketball (2005).
Personal... Enrolled in the School of Education, majoring in elementary education ... Born on September 29, 1986 ... Daughter of Rob and Jean Ewing.