2009: Lead the team in batting average as a junior...played and started in 48 contests after missing the first tournament of the season to illness...named to the All-Horizon League First Team for the second-straight season after batting .382 in 20 league contests with the second-most hits and runs...also named to the All-Tournament Team as well as named the tournament's Defensive Specialist for her outstanding work at the six spot, including turning two double plays in the Flames game to stave off elimination against Cleveland State on May 9...named Horizon League Player of the Week on April 27 after batting .429 against Loyola and Cleveland State, driving in five RBI and six runs in a pivotal weekend for the Flames to remain atop league standings...ended the season with a seven-game hitting streak, but had nine-game hitting streak during the teams nine-game turnaround from April 8 through the 22...batted .421 at the league tournament with eight hits and a pair of RBI...amassed three triples on the season, with two coming against league foes Detroit and Butler.
2008: Started at shortstop in 45 games...named All-Horizon League First Team... second in the league with 14 doubles on the season... finished first in league contests with 10 doubles...second in league games with 29 hits and a .492 batting average...eighth in league contests with 11 runs...ranked in the Top 50 in the nation as one of the toughest batters to strike out for the majority of the season...season-best three RBI versus Wright State on May 5...totaled 11 multi-hit games.
2007: Earned Horizon League Second Team accolades her rookie season...started in 46 of 52 games...second on the team with a .333 batting average... totaled 50 hits, ranking second on the team and eighth in the league...led the squad and finished fifth in the league with 31 RBI...recorded her first UIC career home run in the third game of the season against Tulsa on Feb. 10... Horizon League All-Tournament team after posting a .500 batting average in four games.
Prep/Personal: Four-year letterwinner for Corona High School in California...batted .432 her senior year...led the team with 32 hits, 22 runs scored, 18 RBI, eight doubles, three triples and four home runs in 2005...2004-05 Mountain View League Champions...helped the Panthers to four CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) playoff appearances and a second-place finish in 2003-04...three-time all-academic, All-Riverside County and Mountain View All-League recipient...2005-06 All-Division I CIF Player...member of the Anaheim Batbusters traveling softball team...daughter of Doug and Vickie Frydendall...majoring in Communications.