2005 (as a junior)
An National Fastpitch Coaches' Association All-Region and All-Big 12 Conference First-Team selection at shortstop ... Also named Academic All-Big 12 for the second straight season ... Set a new KU mark for single-season home runs with 14 ... Led the team with a .344 batting average, 157 at bats, 37 runs, 54 hits, 107 total bases, 118 assists and tied with Nettie Fierros with a team-best 11 doubles in all 55 games ... Was one of just three Jayhawks to start all 55 games ... Totaled 13 multi-hit games ... Hit .404, slugged .788 and was errorless at shortstop in 17 Big 12 contests ... Named Big 12 Player of the Week on May 10 ... Notched two hits against No. 2 Arizona on Feb. 4 ... Went 2-for-2 with a home run and double against UMKC on Feb. 12 ... Named to Hilton New Mexico Classic All-Tournament team ... Went 3-for-4 in KU's win over Arizona State on Feb. 27 ... Went a career-best 4-for-4 against No. 8 Baylor on April 17 with two doubles ... Hit her ninth homer of the season in KU's win at No. 24 Nebraska on April 20 ... Hit a home run in each game of a doubleheader against North Dakota State on April 28 ... In the process, tied the KU single-season record for home runs (12) ... Went 2-for-3 and broke the KU single-season home run record on May 1 with her 13th blast of the season against Texas Tech ... Went a career-high 4-for-4 and recorded two doubles at the plate against Iowa State ... Named Big 12 Player of the Week after posting a .600 batting average, 1.100 slugging percentage, and going 6-for-10 with a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage for games from May 2-8.
2004 (as a sophomore)
Academic All-Big 12 Second-Team selection ... Only Jayhawk to start all 61 games ... Led KU with a .263 batting average, 175 at-bats, 164 assists, 65 total bases, 46 hits, 24 RBI, 21 runs, 17 stolen bases and three sacrifice hits ... Complied 11 multi-hit games, including three three-hit performances ... Hit four home runs on the season ... Went 3-for-4 with a double against UC-Riverside on Feb. 20 ... Went 3-for-3 against Bradley on March 18 ... Again was 3-for-4 with two RBI against Arkansas on April 21 ... Stole three bases against Kentucky on Feb. 15 and two versus Illinois State on March 14 ... Was caught stealing just four times in 21 attempts ... Notched six assists against Arizona State on Feb. 7 and seven at Oregon State on March 21.
2003 (as a freshman)
Started all 48 games at shortstop for KU ... Led team with 16 stolen bases, 27 walks and 28 runs scored ... Finished second all-time at KU for a freshman, with 27 walks ... Is third all-time at KU for a freshman with 16 stolen bases and is seventh as a freshman at KU with 28 runs scored ... Scored three runs against Utah on Feb. 22 ... Hit first home run as a Jayhawk against No. 15 Fresno State, keying a 1-0 win on February 15 ... Drove in game-winning run vs. Mississippi in the 10th inning in season-opener on February 7... Had more runs scored than base hits ... Led team with 124 assists ... Homered against Cal Poly on Feb 21 and Texas A&M on April 12.
Broken Arrow H.S.
Gatorade Player of the Year in 2001 for the state of Oklahoma ... Four-year letterwinner and starter for the Tigers of Broken Arrow ... Selected as one of 25 players on the Student Sports All-American First team ... Batted .423 (66-for-156) as a senior, garnering high school all-america, all-state and all-district at shortstop ... Named an all-conference selection all four years ... Holds school records for most doubles, runs and RBI ... Batted .381 as a junior scoring 48 runs while driving in 36 ... Helped lead the Tigers to four Frontier Conference titles ... Helped lead Broken Arrow to state title in 1998 and 2001 ... Batted .396 for career ... Coached by Jim Hillman ... Also lettered one year in basketball ... On the honor roll all four years at Broken Arrow ... Member of the National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Played for the Oklahoma Illusion, coached by Randall King and Wes Frankenstein ... Team has reached the ASA Nationals every year since 1998 ... Set club team records in batting average, home runs and steals.
Born Destiny LeyAnn Frankenstein, December 31, 1983, in Tulsa, Okla. ... Daughter of Wes and Susan Frankenstein ... Sister is Cherish Meade ... Majoring in psychology ... A Jayhawk Scholar ... Chose KU over Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Missouri, Wichita State, SMS and UT-Arlington ... Nicknames include "D-Frank" and "Money."