Senior Maggie Hull becomes the 12th All-American in Kansas softball history, for 16 total KU recognitions
2005 (as a redshirt-junior)
An All-Big 12 Second Team selection ... Led KU in wins (14), innings pitched (159.1) and strikeouts (159) ... Finished third on the team with nine home runs and tied for fourth with a .281 batting average ... Compiled 10 multi-hit games and totaled double-digit strikeouts three times ... Picked up first win of the season and first since 2002, on Feb. 5 against New Mexico State ... Pitched an eight-inning win over Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 26 ... Struck out six and hit a home run against the Titans ... Followed with a complete-game shutout (3-0) over Arizona State and went 2-for-3 at the plate against the Sun Devils ... Struck out nine against Southern Illinois on March 5 ... Went 2-for-3 against No. 22 Nebraska on March 30 ... Tied a career-high by going 3-for-4 with a home run and stole her first base of the season in game one of a doubleheader at Wichita State on March 31 ... Pitched KU's first perfect game since 1994 on April 5 against UMKC ... Struck out seven and walked none in the 8-0 win and no-hitter ... Struck out four and gave up just two hits in the first 3.0 innings to pick up the 5-3 win at No. 18 Missouri on April 13 ... Went 2-for-3 and scored twice against No. 8 Baylor on April 16 ... Went 2-for-3 in KU's win at No. 24 Nebraska on April 20 ... Posted two hits, including a solo home run, and picked up the victory (1.0 inning) in KU's win over No. 5 Oklahoma on April 23 ... Went 2-for-3 against the Sooners on April 24 ... Posted 10 strikeouts against North Dakota State on April 28 ... Set a new career high with 14 strikeouts, gave up three hits and blasted a two-run homer in KU's 3-0 win at Texas Tech on April 30 ... Hit a homer in the seventh inning against Georgia Tech on May 20 to send the NCAA Regional game into extra innings ... Also struck out five in 8.1 innings against the Yellow Jackets ... Fanned 10 batters in postseason win over Tennessee Tech on May 21.
2004 (as a redshirt-sophomore)
Played in 53 games and started 46 times ... Led KU hitters with 11 home runs -- good for a tie with teammate Jessica Moppin for the second-most in a single season ... Also led the Jayhawks with a .517 slugging percentage, a .358 on-base percentage and 22 walks ... Finished second on the squad with 62 total bases, 22 RBI and19 runs ... Ranked second in the Big 12 in homers and eighth in walks ... Named Big 12 Hitter of the Week on March 23 after hitting her 10th homer of the season ... Named Second-Team Academic All-Big 12 ... Made eight pitching appearances including one start (Wichita State on April 13) ... Struck out eight in 15.0 innings including a season-best four Ks against the Shockers ... Blasted two home runs against Northwestern on Feb. 7 and versus UTSA on Feb. 15 ... Also had a career-best four RBI against UTSA to lead KU to the College Fastpitch Express Tournament title ... Complied five multi-hit and multi-RBI games ... Scored in 16 games and had three multi-run outings ... Moved into a tie for seventh place with Michelle Hubler on the KU career home runs list (13).
2003 (medical redshirt)
2002 (as a freshman)
A second-team at-large All-Big 12 selection ... Led the team with 134.0 innings pitched, 31 appearances, four saves and 112 strikeouts in her rookie season ... Pitched in 22 games, starting in 15 ... Sported a 1.88 ERA in all games while compiling a 12-7 record ... Her ERA of 0.86 in Big 12 games ranked as the fifth-best among all league pitchers ... Held opponents to team-best .218 batting average ... Fanned 10 batters on two occasions ... Registered a .297 batting average overall, the third-best on the team, while driving in 14 runs ... Hit five doubles and two home runs ... Named Big 12 Player of the Week on Feb. 9 after her performance at the plate in the UNLV Softball Classic ... Pitched all seven innings and gave up no earned runs in KU's 3-1 win over No. 12 Oklahoma in the Big 12 Tournament on May 2 ... Also went 2-for-2 from the plate against the Sooners ... Tossed the first shutout of her career versus Utah State on Feb. 9 ... Earned the complete-game victory over No. 4 Nebraska on April 24, holding the Huskers to just four hits while striking out seven ... Also knocked in two runs against NU ... In addition to her pitching duties, played in the outfield and in the designated player spot ... Longest hitting streak was seven games, spanning Feb. 9-18 ... Went 3-for-3 with three RBI versus UNLV on Feb. 15 ... Also hit the first homer of her career against the Rebels.
A four-year starter and letterwinner at Kelso High ... Named the Gatorade Washington State Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... Led her softball team to league, district and regional championships and a runner-up finish at states in 2000 ... Batted .408 as a junior, going 17-2 on the mound with a 0.16 ERA, striking out 291 batters and allowing four earned runs in 178 innings pitched ... Was first-team all-conference at pitcher in 2000-01 ... Helped team to state championship in 1998 ... Also competed in basketball, soccer and track ... A member of the Honor Roll and National Honor Society.
Competed for the Aphis Gold, going to seven national, three regional and three state tournaments.
Born Serena Lynn Settlemier on Nov. 20, 1982, in Longview, Wash. ... Daughter of Dan and Brenda Settlemier ... Sister, Amy, played softball at Utah State ... Majoring in communications ... Nicknames include "Sticks", "Rena", "Serene" and "Blue" ... Also recruited by Oregon State, Cal Poly, Florida State, Hawai'i, North Carolina, Texas Tech, Missouri, Auburn and others.