Played primarily as a pinch runner ... Started 41 career games ... Saw action in 101 totalcontests.
Appeared in 47 games on the year and started two in the outfield ... Scored 17 runs ... Scored five runs during the 2010 postseason ... Biggest pinch hit performance of her career came against Fordham in the NCAA Regional at College Park, Md. ... Drew a walk to lead off the fifth inning in the championship game and later scored the game-winning run on a miscue by the Rams ... Scored two runs at the regional, the second coming in the opening game against Syracuse ... Scored three runs at the Big 12 Championship ... Hit .500 at the Cathedral City Classic ... Scored two runs ... Hit .286 at the Judi Garman Classic ... Went 1-for-1 in a pinch hit appearance against Tennessee at Dot Richardson's National Collegiate Softball Invitational ... Scored three runs during the season-opening event.
Started 39 games on the year ... Scored 43 runs and drew 11 walks ... Led team in stolen bases, going 19-for-21 on the year ... Scored 20 runs in Big 12 play ... Went 2-for-2 in stolen base attempts in the postseason ... Went 4-of-8 and scored four runs in a two-game series against Iowa State ... Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored against Louisiana-Lafayette and 2-for-3 with one run scored against DePaul at the Judi Garman Classic... Went 2-for-4 against Saint Louis ... Scored two runs at Tulsa and stole two bases ... Led Oklahoma with a .429 average at the Cathedral City Classic ... Went 2-for-2 with a run scored and one driven in against Arizona State ... Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored against Nevada.
Played at Muskogee HS ... Lettered all four years at shortstop ... Hit .477 with 17 runs batted in as a senior... Tallied 62 hits, scored 37 runs and stole 20 bases ... An all-region and all-state honoree ... Three-time Frontier Conference all-conference selection ... Four-time Big East conference selection ... Named Big East Player of the Year as a senior ... Four-time All-Phoenix selection ... Named to Oklahoma High School Sports Large East Team ... Team's Most Valuable Player as a freshman and senior ... Three-time offensive and defensive player of the year ... Also lettered in basketball four years ... Named to the Superintendent's and Principal's lists.
Born Evan Alexandria Sallis in Muskogee ... Daughter of Rodney and April Sallis ... Father played basketball at Langston University ... Brother, Jordan, played baseball at University of Arkansasat Fort Smith.