2014 (SOPHOMORE): SEC All-Tournament Team ... made 63 appearances, including 57 starts in the outfield ... earned a .327 batting average with 34 runs scored, 54 hits, eight extra-base hits and 23 RBI ... was 18-21 in stolen bases ... earned her first start of the season against Kennesaw State (Feb. 7), playing left field ... went 2-3 against North Florida (Feb. 7) with a double, two RBI and a stolen base ... went 1-2 against New Mexico (Feb. 15), launching her first career home run and driving in a career-high three RBI ... earned back-to-back two hit performances on Feb. 21 against Virginia Tech and UCF ... earned a career-high four hits against Virginia Tech (Feb. 22) and stole four bases, which ties a school record ... was named to the Easton Bama Bash All-Tournament Team ... went 1-3 against Purdue (Feb. 28), including an RBI triple in her first at-bat ... went 2-4 against Houston (March 1) with a double and two runs scored ... earned a hit, drove in an RBI and scored a run in each game of the South Carolina series ... earned back-to-back multi-hit performances, going 2-4 in game two (March 8) with two runs scored and an RBI before going 2-3 in game three (March 9) with two RBI and a run scored ... went 1-4 in game two at Ole Miss (March 15), scoring a run ... earned a hit in both games of the doubleheader against Arkansas (April 5), scoring a run in game two and stealing a base in game three ... hit a fifth-inning RBI single in game two at Mississippi State (April 12) that briefly gave Alabama a 2-1 lead in the eventual 4-2 loss ... drove in the first run of a lengthy game three against the Bulldogs (April 13), hitting a 10th-inning RBI single ... was a perfect 3-3 against Georgia Southern (April 18) with a run scored an RBI ... went 3-5 at Southern Miss (April 22) with two RBI, a run scored and a stolen base ... scored the final run in the 4-1 game three victory over Georgia (April 26), stealing second as a pinch-runner and coming home off a Molly Fichtner RBI single ... went 2-4 in game one at Missouri (May 1), hitting her first career grand slam ... drove in the final run in game two (May 2), a 3-1 victory that secured Alabama an outright SEC Championship ... went 2-4 in the series finale at Missouri (May 3) ... earned a pair of hits in both games at the SEC Tournament, going 2-3 with two runs scored an RBI against Auburn (May 8) and 2-4 with a run scored against Georgia (May 9) ... went 1-2 against SIUE in the NCAA Regional (May 16), hitting a second-inning RBI triple ... stretched her career-long hitting streak to seven games with a hit against USC Upstate (May 17) ... earned her 15th multi-hit game of the season with a 2-5 performance against Nebraska (May 22) ... went 1-3 with a run scored against Oklahoma (May 29) in the opening game of the Women's College World Series ... went 1-4 in game two against Florida (June 3).
2013 (FRESHMAN): Played in 45 games with 10 starts ... hit .241 with 17 runs, a double and a triple ... drove in two runs and swiped six bases in eight attempts ... fielded 1.000, primarily at second base ... batted 3-for-3 with a run against North Dakota State (Feb. 10) ... went 2-for-3 with a double against Jacksonville State (April 2) ... ripped a pinch-hit triple against Southern Miss (April 16).
HIGH SCHOOL: Came to Alabama from Buford High School ... broke eight school records, including hits, runs scored and stolen bases ... ranked as the No. 28 recruit in the country by ESPN RISE ... named the 2011 Gwinnett Daily Post player of the year, the Georgia Dugout Club player of the year and the Gainesville Times player of the year ... named first team all-state, all-region and all-county in 2008-11 ... starting second baseman on the 18 gold ASA national championship team in 2010 ... recipient of the EC Bullets Lamont Davis Award in 2010 ... helped Buford set a state record for winning five consecutive state championships ... also participated on the Buford basketball team, which was the 2008 AA state champion, and ran track, where she set the school record in the triple jump.
PERSONAL: Comes from an athletic family, as her father Scott Case played 12 seasons in the National Football League (1984-95; Pro Bowl defensive back with '88 Atlanta Falcons) and her mother Connie played softball at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College ... her sister Kelsey played softball at Valdosta State while her brother Kody played football at Valdosta State ... member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes leadership team ... majoring in elementary education.