2005: NFCA first-team All-American ... Led the team the nation with 64 RBI ... Finished with a .356 batting average, good for second on the team ... Drew 27 walks while striking out in just 15 of her 180 at-bats ... Perfect 8-for-8 in stolen bases ... Second on the team with nine home runs ... Led Arizona with 13 doubles ... Started all 57 games at shortstop, while hitting in the three-spot ... Women’s College World Series: Doubled to lead off 11th inning in an extra-inning victory over California ... Super Regional: Walked in four of her nine plate appearances ... 2-for-5 with one run scored ...Tucson Regional: Had an on-base percentage of .750 in the three Regional games ... Walked in her first three plate appearances of the postseason ... Went 2-for-2 with two walks and an RBI in a 3-0 win over Oklahoma State ... Homered and doubled, while scoring three runs an driving in two in a 9-0 win over Oregon State on April 30 ... Was 2-for-4 with five RBI in a 10-3 win over Arizona State ... Drove in three of UA’s four runs in a 5-4 loss to UCLA on April 17 ... Responded to a season-long four-game hitless streak by going 3-for-4 with three runs scored and an RBI against Oregon on April 10 ... Hit a two-out, walk-off grand slam to beat California 4-2 on April 2 ... Had back-to-back hitless games for the first time of the season on March 20 and 25 against Michigan and Louisiana-Lafayette (26th and 27th contests of the year) ... Had a career day going 5-for-5 with two home runs and six RBI over North Carolina State on March 13. Followed that game with five RBI in her next two games ... Went 5-for-7 with six RBI in a pair of wins over Eastern Michigan ... Through team’s first 13 games, her six multiple RBI games were equal to that of the rest of UA combined ... Went 2-for-3 with a double, a home run, and three RBIs in a win over UT-Chattanooga 13 ... Was selected the USA Softball National Player of the Week for the week of February 1-7 after batting .692 while going 9-for-13 ... Tallied a double, two home runs, nine RBI and three stolen bases in UA’s five games of the Arizona Pepsi Classic.
2004: Took over at shortstop for Olympian Lovie Jung and turned in a solid performance ... Started every game except one ... Hit .320 on the season, scoring 32 runs on 56 hits and driving in 37 ... Had nine homers on the year, not including her solo shot against Jennie Finch in Arizona’s exhibition game against Team USA, the first run given up by Finch on the national tour ... Showed speed on the bases, going 7-for-9 in stolen bases ... Had 77 putouts and 82 assists while keeping a .975 fielding percentage ... Started the year hot, with 13 hits and nine RBI in her first seven games ... Drove in three or more runs six times during the year ... Hit .300 in four games in the postseason ... Participated in the USA Elite Team competition in summer following season.
High School: Mt. Carmel High School, San Diego, Calif., 2003 ... Holds Mt. Carmel records for highest batting average, most hits, runs, steals, and doubles in a season ... 2003 Mt. Carmel Athlete of the Year ... 2002 first-team all-league, second-team All-CIF, first-team All-State ... Member of 2003 Junior Olympic team, which captured the silver medal in China ... 2002-03 Union Tribune All-Academic team.
Personal: Academic major is psychology with a business minor... Daughter of Michael and Jennifer Fox ... Father is a project manager and mother is a teacher ... Mother was a cheerleader for the Chicago Bears ... Enjoys spending time with family and friends, shopping and sleeping ... Born Kristie Lynn Fox on Sept. 16, 1985.