2005 (as a junior)
One of just three Jayhawks to start all 55 games at third base ... Tied Destiny Frankenstein with a team-leading 11 doubles and ranked third on the team with 22 runs on the season ... Was also third on the squad with 26 RBI and added seven homers and 19 walks (second on the team) ... Totaled 10 multi-hit games ... Started the season with three walks against Oklahoma State on Feb. 4 ... Hit two doubles against New Mexico State on Feb. 5 ... Went 3-for-3 with two doubles against Tulsa on Feb. 6 ... Went 2-for-2 with her first home run of the season against UMKC on Feb. 12 ... Went 2-for-3 with three RBI including a homer against Louisville in the Holiday Inn/Jayhawk Classic on March 11 ... Hit two doubles in three at-bats against Rhode Island on March 18 ... Recorded the first triple of her career for two RBI at Oklahoma State on April 10 ... Blasted a three-run homer at No. 18 Missouri on April 13 to secure KU's 5-3 win over the Tigers ... Hit another home run and doubled (two RBI) in the next game at Missouri State on April 14 ... Went 2-for-3 with a double and stole a career-high two bases in game one of a doubleheader against Arkansas on April 26 ... Hit a career-best two home runs for four RBI against Texas Tech on May 1.
2004 (as a sophomore)
Started 40 of her 44 games played for the Jayhawks ... Was a perfect 4-for-4 in stolen bases and had a .925 fielding percentage at third base ... Finished the season with 20 total bases, 14 walks, 12 runs and 11 hits ... Recorded her best performance of the season at Nebraska on April 28, going 2-for-3 with a home run off Peaches James for the 3-0 win over the No. 13 Huskers ... Had a career-high five assists against Southern Illinois on April 19 ... Recorded a season-best six putouts and drew two walks against Tennessee Tech on March 14 ... Blasted her first home run of the season against Colorado State on Feb. 14.
2003 (as a freshman)
Started the final 28 games at third base ... One of six Jayhawks to start all 18 conference games ... Third on team with six home runs ... Her six home runs is third all-time at KU for a freshman and tied for tenth all-time in a single season at KU ... Tied for third on team with six stolen bases ... Hit sixth homer of the year with a line drive shot over the fence in right center against Baylor on April 26 ... Stole her fifth base of the season against UMKC ... Hit fifth homer of the season and had the lone hit for KU, in 13-1 loss to Missouri ... Hit game-winning homer with two outs in the seventh inning in 7-6 win over Texas Tech on April 5 ... Had a 2003 KU game-high four base hits in 4-for-4 performance against Oklahoma City on March 25, with a homer and two runs scored ... Hit her first-collegiate home run against No. 13 Alabama on March 1 ... Went 2-for-3 against Texas Tech at the Big 12 Tournament on May 1 ... Got her first start and first base hit of career vs. Bethune-Cookman on Feb. 7.
Four-year letterwinner and starter in softball for the Lady Knights at Westwood H.S. in Avondale, Ariz. ... First-team all-region and second-team all-state at shortstop as a senior ... Also earned all-region honors as a junior, sophomore and freshman ... Owns the school record for most career doubles ... Helped lead team to regionals in 2001 ... Coached by Damon Watson ... Member of the Honor Roll, Who's Who Among America High School Students, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and National Honor Society ... Was the student body Vice President for three years and a member of student government all four.
Played eight seasons for the Lil' Saints, coached by Dick Dickson ... Competed in four ASA Junior National Olympics tournaments.
Born Annette Marie Fierros on Dec. 21, 1983, in Phoenix, Ariz. ... Parents are Carlos and Anna Fierros ... Has five siblings: Michael, Gabriel, Jessica, Jackie and Carlos ... Majoring in journalism ... Chose KU over UTSA, Virginia Tech, ASU and Sacramento.