JUNIOR SEASON (2014)
Appeared in 44 games while making 39 starts in first season as a Red Raider ... all of her starts came in left field ... compiled a .276 batting average (34-for-123) to go along with a pair of home runs and 25 RBI ... was one of a school record eight Red Raiders to record at least 20 RBI ... slugged at a .407 percentage while also posting a .345 on-base percentage ... among the team leaders with eight multiple-RBI games that ranked tied for second overall ... only Kierra Miles had more multiple-RBI performances ... finished with eight multiple-hit games as well ... opened the season with back-to-back multiple-hit performances against Akron (2-for-4) and Nicholls State (2-for-3) ... drove in Sydni Emanuel with a RBI single in her first career at-bat as a Red Raider against Akron ... connected on a solo home run to open the third inning later in the game ... went 2-for-5 with a pair of RBI a week later against Northern Colorado ... brought in three RBI a day later against Weber State ... recorded three hits twice during non-conference play - March 6 against Northern Colorado and March 17 against Harvard ... previously put together a seven-game hitting streak from Feb. 15-22 ... marked the fourth-longest hitting streak for a Red Raider on the season ... ended the year second on the team with five game-winning RBI ... IN BIG 12 PLAY ... saw action in 10 games during league action while making five starts ... her one hit against conference foes came on a three-run double in the ninth inning against Kansas ... the hit was instrumental for the Red Raiders, who scored a 9-7 extra-inning victory ... other RBI during league play came the weekend before against Oklahoma State ... drew three walks for a .200 on-base percentage.
Hits: 3, twice, last vs. Harvard (March 17, 2014)
Doubles: 1, six times, last at Kansas (April 18, 2014)
Triples: 1, twice, last vs. UT Arlington (March 6, 2014)
Home Runs: 1, twice, last vs. UT Arlington (March 6, 2014)
Total Bases: 7, vs. UT Arlington (March 6, 2014)
RBI: 3, three times, last at Kansas (April 18, 2014)
Runs Scored: 2, vs. UT Arlington (March 6, 2014)
Walks: 2, vs. Long Beach State (March 16, 2014)
Hit by Pitch: 1, three times, last vs. Northern Colorado (March 6, 2014)
Strikeouts: 2, vs. Oklahoma State (April 12, 2014)
SAC Flies: 1, twice, last vs. Oklahoma State (April 11, 2014)
SAC Bunts: 1, twice, last vs. UT Arlington (March 6, 2014)
At-Bats: 5, twice, last vs. Weber State (Feb. 15, 2014)
Stolen Bases: None
Field Chances: 4, vs. Oklahoma State (April 11, 2014)
Putouts: 3, vs. Oklahoma State (April 11, 2014)
Assists: 1, twice, last vs. Oklahoma State (April 11, 2014)
LAKE LAND COLLEGE
Two-year starter for the Lakers out of Illinois ... one of the top junior college hitters in the country as a sophomore ... earned NFCA and NJCAA first team All-American honors ... eighth signee during the Shanon Hays era to be named an All-American in junior college ... led the country with a .590 batting average ... also was the leader nationally for hits (111) and on-base percentage (.645) ... 45 of her hits went for extra bases ... finished third nationally with 26 doubles, 94 runs scored and a 1.005 slugging percentage ... added 63 RBI while finishing 21-for-23 in stolen base attempts ... team ended the year 52-7 overall and advanced to the national tournament for the second-straight season ... Lake Land was 105-14 overall during her two seasons ... made a strong collegiate debut in 2012, hitting .371 with 13 doubles, eight triples and a pair of home runs ... also drove in 32 runs while scoring 33 times despite missing part of the season due to injury.
KALANI HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year starter for the Falcons ... was a Oahu Interscholastic Association (OIA) honorable mention selection as a freshman ... named the OIA Player of the Year as a junior ... helped lead Kalani to the OIA Championship ... earned all-state tournament team honors soon after the championship win ... honored as a first team All-OIA selection following both her junior and senior seasons.
Kristi Belshe ... born to parents Royal and Sheree Belshe in her hometown of Honolulu, Haw. ... is the first Red Raider to ever hail from the state of Hawaii ... an only child ... nutrition major ... hopes to one day become a chef.