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S1: The Mental Approach
In 2017-2018, Stephanie continued her softball career playing for the Karlsruhe Cougars of the German Bundesliga league.
In the Fall of 2018, Stephanie was named as an Assistant Coach at St. Mary's University.
In the Spring of 2019, Steph accepted the opportunity to spend the summer as an Assistant Coach with the USSSA Pride of the National Pro Fastpitch league.
Stephanie played all four years at the University of Texas at second base. She finished with a career batting average of .332 with 7 home-runs, 68 RBI’s, 114 runs scored and 30 stolen bases.
As a Senior, Stephanie led the #25 Longhorns with a team high 3 triples and 76 assists. She once again earned Big 12 All Academic First Team honors.
In her Junior year with the Longhorns, Stephanie was named Big 12 Player of the Week after her outstanding efforts in the sweep of Oklahoma State recording four hits and a team-high two home runs, six RBIs and 10 total bases while tying her career-high in RBIs for a single game with four after a grand slam. She earned Big 12 All Academic First Team honors for her work in the classroom.
As a Sophomore, Stephanie was one of four Longhorns to start all 58 games. As the team’s everyday second baseman she held a .362 batting average and turned in a .953 fielding percentage. She was named to 2014 Big 12 All-Academic Second Team as well as the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
In her Freshman year at Texas, Stephanie turned in the fourth-highest batting average on the team at .333 and set the Texas program record with a seven-game hitting streak to start her career. She tallied a team fourth-best 13 multiple-hit games and had three multiple-RBI contests. That year, she led the team with a .400 batting average at the Women’s College World Series and tied the Texas single-game record with two hits in her first WCWS game against Arizona State.
Stephanie was a four-year starter in the outfield or at shortstop at Bear River HS, and was the No. 20 recruit nationally in the 2012 ESPN High School 100 Softball rankings. She also checked in as the No. 4 outfielder in the nation, the 11th-best prospect in California and the 11th-best recruit in the West region by ESPNHS. Stephanie received 2012 Cal-Hi Sports All-State Medium Schools honors as an outfielder and was a Cal-Hi Sports All-State Softball Second Team selection for all size schools in both her Junior and Senior year. She was named to the Sacramento Bee All-Metro First Team in 2011 and was a two-time All-Pioneer Valley League selection. She was her conference’s most valuable player as a junior, when she hit .549 with 23 runs batted in, 12 extra-base hits and 39 runs scored.
Stephanie played her travel ball in Sacramento with All-American Sports Academy.
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