|16 Lisa Lawler
2004 Junior Season
Hit first career home run against Texas State... stole her third career base in second game of doubleheader against UTEP... came off the bench to collect key pinch hit, an RBI single to tie game against Marist in bottom of seventh.
2003 Sophomore Season
Sophomore who split time at catcher and designated player ... played in 57 games with 50 starts ... played in 17 conference games with 15 starts ... finished the season batting .264 ... team leader in conference play with .244 ... did not log a hit until second tournament of the season ... hit for .462 at UNLV Classic including 3-for-4 against UC-Riverside with two RBI and first double of season ... went 3-for-5 against # 7 Nebraska ... had 11 multi hit games including a three game streak with multiple hits ... went 5-for-7 in NMSU series with three RBI ... wrapped up season going 3-for-3 against Iowa State with fifth double of season.
2002 Freshman Season
Freshman who started in 25 games ... saw action in 31 games, including 10 in Big 12 play with seven starts ... batted .159 for the season ... was 1-2 with a RBI in first collegiate game at B&G Properties Tournament ... hit .294 (5-for-17) at tournament ... put together a four-game hit streak to start the season ... during tournament, hit two doubles, a triple, scored two runs and drove in a pair ... had a season-high five at bats versus No. 17 Southwest Texas ... second on team with .250 (2-for-8) batting average at Kia Klassic ... had a double and a RBI against Cal State Northridge.
Attended A&M Consolidated High School in College Station, Texas ... participated in basketball and softball ... named Freshman Newcomer of the Year ... four-time first team All-District ... district MVP ... second team All-State ... team MVP ... Offensive Player of the Year ... active in FCA and Young Life ... member of Key Club ... was on Student Council as a freshman.
Majoring in Communication Studies... born on July 17, 1982 ... daughter of Jim and Trish Lawler ... father graduated from Buena Vista College ... mother graduated from the University of Arizona ... father played baseball in the minors for the New York Yankees and is now a baseball coach at Texas A&M University ... mother is a school nurse ... one of five children, Amy, Julie, Brett and Travis.