2000 SEASON - Played in 50 games as a junior with 49 starts … Selected All-Big 12 second team … Also selected to All-Big 12 Academic second team … Finished season fourth on team in batting at .245 … Started 49 games overall, 48 in the designated player spot … Batted third, fourth or fifth in 47 games … Hit .316 with runners on base, second on the squad, and .278 with runners in scoring position … Ended year second on squad in total bases (54), slugging percentage (.358), runs batted in (18) and home runs (4) … Finished season third in at-bats (151), hits (37), walks (19), on-base percentage (.331), and tied for third in doubles (5), as well as fourth in average, runs (16), games played, starts and total plate appearances (172) … Also led team in strikeouts with 44 … First on team with eight two-out runs batted in … Tied for third on club in multi-hit games with six, including a pair of three hit contests against McNeese State (2/25) and Kansas (4/8) … Had pair of hits in season-opener versus Colorado State (2/4) and against San Diego State (3/18), and in both games versus Missouri (4/22-23) … Tied team-high for longest hitting streak with seven-game mark from March 26 to April 15 … Went 9-for-20 (.450) during streak with four runs scored and two RBI … Ended season on five-game hitting streak, going 5-for-17 (.294) to end year … Collected three runs batted in on three separate occasions, versus Hofstra (2/12), McNeese State (2/25) and Missouri (4/22) … Tied team season-high with six total bases against San Diego State (3/18) … Set team season-high with three walks versus Long Beach State (2/11) … Tied for second on club with four multi-RBI games … Enters season fifth on career home run list at Tech … Named conference player of the week for April 26 … Went 4-for-6 (.667) against Missouri, including a two-run homer and a two-run double, and scored three runs to earn the honor … Finished in Top 20 in conference games only with .333 average.
1999 SEASON - Played in 14 games with 13 starts, batting .222 with one triple, one home run and seven runs batted in … Went perfect 3-for-3 with one RBI in season-opener versus New Mexico (2/6) … Went 5-for-7 with two RBIs and one run scored in season-opening series against New Mexico (2/6-7) … Recorded 12 putouts versus Nicholls State (2/13) … Drove in pair of runs against Sacramento State (2/20), her final game of season … Drove in seven runs for season in only 14 games … Had season-ending shoulder surgery.
AT SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE - Team placed second in the state in 1997 and third in 1998 ... Two-time All-League selection ... Named All-State catcher in 1997 and All-State designated hitter in 1998 ... Established new school RBI record in 1997.
HIGH SCHOOL - 1996 graduate of Galt High School in Sacramento, Calif. … Team captain ... Member of Optimist team ... Team went undefeated in district with 16-0 mark her senior year, claiming Division II championship ... First girl to play on varsity baseball team ... Played third base with a batting average of .357… Member of high school's honor roll for four years ... CSF lifetime member ... Played baseball, softball and ran cross country.
PERSONAL - Full name is Shauna Lynn Briggs ... Born August 1, 1978, in Sacramento, Calif. … Daughter of Jim and Karen Briggs ... Has two brothers, James "Buddy" and Corey, and two sisters, Chandra and Kimberly … Political Science major with minor in Substance Abuse Studies.