2014 (Freshman): Pitched in three games, but did not have a win/loss record at season's end ... Threw 2.0 innings in game one vs. Alcorn State, allowing one earned run while striking out four batters ... Instigated a game-ending triple play in game two against Arkansas-Pine Bluff after catching a line drive ... Came in at the beginning of the fifth inning against Arkansas-Pine Bluff and Western Carolina to seal the victory.
High School: Three-time Georgia All-State selection ... Named to the Georgia Region 7 Class AAAA First Team All-State team, and was tabbed the AAAA Pitcher of the Year by GeorgiaPrepCountry.com ... Named All-Region Pitcher of the Year every year ... Won a state championship in 2012 ... Helped lead high school to third-place state finish in 2009, and a fourth-place finish in 2011 ... Named to the Chattanooga Times and Dalton Daily Citizen All-Area teams from 2009-11 ... Chattanooga Times Player of the Year in 2009 ... Team MVP and pitcher of the year from 2009-11 ... Recorded 1,015 strikeouts over her career ... Had an ERA of 0.52, and accumulated 94 wins ... Made straight A's in 2009 ... Was on the A-B honor roll in 2010 and 2011.
Club Team: Played for Tennessee Fury '95 ... Had two top-10 finishes at ASA Nationals ... Also had two top-10 finishes in the Independence Day Tournament in Colorado.
Personal: Daughter of Greg and Cindy Boyd ... Born May 21, 1995 ... Older sister, Sarah, runs cross country and track at South Carolina Upstate ... Major is undecided.
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