Over 1,000 WCC student-athletes garnered honors on the Commissioner's Honor Roll.
USD ends season with 29 wins, their most since the 2000 season
USD ties school record with .773 win percentage
USD notches 26th win, tying Coach McElvain's career high
Kailey Hill hit her sixth home run in the past eight games
• WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll - 2014
• PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll - 2012 & 2013
Senior (2015): Appeared in 20 games, making four starts... Had four hits in 24 at-bats with one double, one RBI, and one run scored... Notched a RBI double against North Dakota (2/27/15)... Helped USD win 105 games in her four years, the most of any recruiting class under Coach McElvain.
Junior (2014): Appeared in 13 games while making four starts... Had three hits in 15 at-bats with a double and three walks.
Sophomore (2013): Made nine appearances with four starts on the year... Had three hits in 14 at-bats with three walks, an RBI and a run scored... Named to the PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll (3.49 GPA).
Freshman (2012): Appeared in 19 games in her first season as a Torero, making nine starts at first base... Hit .182 with two doubles and three RBI in 33 at bats... Hit her first career home run vs. Maine (3/6/12)... Named to the PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll with a 3.12 GPA.
High School: Attended West Linn High School... Earned four varsity letters for head coach Jaime LeVeque... Named Three Rivers Conference Player of the Year as a senior, while hitting .524... Earned All-State honors as a senior... Also earned first team all-league honors as a freshman, sophomore, and senior... Named team MVP as a freshman and senior as well as Offensive Player of the Year during her senior year... Earned second team all-league recognition her sophomore year... Also competed with the Oregon Panthers and the Oregon Thunder Gold... Competed with her club team in the 16A Nationals in Kentucky, the 18 Gold Nationals in Georgia, and the 18 Gold Nationals in San Diego.
Personal: Born October 22, 1992 in Portland, Ore... Daughter of Cliff and Vicki Crawford... Chose USD because it's a beautiful school where she will get a great education and have perfect weather for softball... Was also recruited by Oregon Institute of Technology, Willamette University, Towson, and Occidental... Her mother competed in gymnastics at Oregon State.