2003: Continued to find ways to get on base at the most crucial times...The only Wildcat to play in and start all 50 games...One of five players to hit over .300 (.317)...Hit .302 (19-for-63) in Big East play...For the season, had 55 hits, 34 runs scored, seven doubles, 12 RBI and a team-high nine stolen bases in 13 attempts...Also tied for the team lead with five sacrifice hits...Had 12 multiple-hit games, including a perfect 3-for-3 effort against Rutgers on April 19...Drove in game-winning run against Notre Dame (5/3)...Recorded a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage on 58 chances in left field.
2002: Second Team All-Big East selection...Played in 57 games, starting 54 primarily in left field...One of three Wildcats to hit over .300 in Big East play (.312)...Batted .337 (59-for-175) overall...Hit in the No. 2 spot as a starter...Scored a team-high nine runs against conference opponents...Finished the year with 27 runs scored, 10 RBI, three doubles, three triples and 15 stolen bases on 20 attempts...Led the Wildcats with five stolen bases in conference games...Tied for third on the team with 16 multiple-hit games, including two three-hit efforts...Went 3-for-4 with one RBI and a season-high three runs scored versus Boston College (4/6/02)...Against Lafayette (4/11/02) was a perfect 3-for-3 with two runs scored, one RBI and one walk...At the 2002 Big East Tournament, she went 4-for-11 (.364) with two runs...Hit a triple versus Notre Dame in the final game of the season.
2001: Started 52 games during her rookie season...Batted .274 (48-for-175) with two doubles, one triple and nine RBI's...Led the team in bases on balls (13)...Tied for the team lead in runs scored (33) and finished second in stolen bases with 14 on 20 attempts...Tied a Villanova single-game record with four hits against Yale.
Acalanes High School: Senior year she garnered the school's Most Valuable Athlete Award, Scholar Athlete award and third team All-East Bay...Was selected as team MVP and first team All-League both junior and senior year...Earned second team All-League honors sophomore year.
Personal: Education major...One of four children of Richard and Patricia Flier...Has two older siblings, Kenny (30) and Katie (24), and a younger brother, Peter (18)...Played for the Sorcerers during the summer...Born on 3/7/82 in San Francisco, Calif.