2004: Broke her hand and was a medical red shirt after ten games...Now back for a fifth year of eligibility...Hit .240 in ten games with 25 at-bats...Had two runs off six hits and a .320 slugging percentage...Her fielding percentage was perfect for a third straight season...Could break the school record in that catrgory this year...Finished 2004 with a .269 on base percentage.
2003: Arguably had the best all-around season of her Wildcat career...One of Villanova's most consistent performers, hit .316 in 49 games, 48 of which were starts in center field...Named to the NFCA All-Northeast Region Second Team...Also selected as First Team All-Big East...Hit first career home run against Towson (3/16), and finished second on the team with six for the year...Hit a game-winning home run in the ninth inning that broke a scoreless tie against Seton Hall (4/18)...Added 11 doubles, two triples, 35 RBI and a team-high 36 runs scored...Eight-for-nine in stolen bases...Had 13 multiple-hit games...Drove in three runs against La Salle (4/18) and Notre Dame (5/9)...For the second consecutive season, had a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in center field...The team's second-best hitter in conference play with a .354 average.
2002: Second Team All-Big East selection...Saw action in 58 games, starting 56 in center field...One of three Wildcat batters to hit over .300 in Big East play...Had eight RBI and scored six runs in conference play...Batted .324 on the year (56-for-173) with three doubles and 22 RBI...Did not commit an error all year (44 attempts)...Came through with 12 two-out RBI ... Had 16 multiple-hit games highlighted by a three-hit effort against Lafayette (4/11/02)...Best individual effort at the plate came against Boston College when she went 2-for-4 at the plate with three RBI and a run scored.
2001: Unanimous selection to the Big East All-Rookie Team...Accumulated 44 hits in 142 at bats, batting .310 with six doubles and 18 RBI...Went 4-for-4 against Yale with an RBI and a run scored tying a Villanova record for hits in a game...Started 50 of the 53 games earning the starting spot in center field during her rookie campaign.
Aliso Niguel High School: Team Captain in 2000...Earned second team All-Sea View league honors in 2000, second team All-L.A. Times Orange County team and All Pacific Coast League in 1999 and honorable mention Pacific Coast League in 1998.
Personal: Management and marketing major...Daughter of Paul and Roxanne Krueger...Has three siblings: Brandon (24), Ashley (18) and Jordan (15)...Father played football at Northern Michigan...Sister Ashley plays softball at Western Kentucky...Played for the Southern California Athletics...Born 7/8/82 in Jackson, Miss.