Amy Criswell (1997-98)
Career Honors: Ranks in the top five in the SEC for career fielding percentage by a secondbaseman ... recorded the first hit in Southeastern Conference softball history and also scored the first run against Stetson in Florida's first game.
As a Senior (1998): Played in 63 games in centerfield ... led the team with a .333 batting average ... also led the team in hits and on base percentage ... had a 4 for 4 game against Florida A&M scoring 4 runs and 1 RBI ... went 3 for 4 with 2 runs scored against South Carolina ... had 2 separate hitting streaks of 7 games where she batted 9 for 21 with an RBI and 10 for 22 with an RBI and 2 doubles ... Also had a season high 9 game hit streak where she went 17 for 32 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI's
As a Junior (1997): Started all but two games in centerfield ... had the leadoff spot in the lineup all season...was second in the team in batting with a .302 average ... a slap-hitter, she led the team with 32 runs scored ... went five-for-five and walked twice to reach base safely in seven plate appearances in the doubleheader against Bethune-Cookman ... All SEC second team honors ... only had three errors all season.
At Central Arizona (1995-96): Named All-American in 1996 and all-conference in 1995 and 1996 ... Team won conference, regional and junior college national title in 1995 ... team won regional title in 1996 ... named to the honor roll.
High School: Earned all-state honors in 1994 ... named first-team all-conference in 1993 and 1994 ... earned second team all-conference honors in 1991 and 1994 ... lettered four years in softball and three years in volleyball.
Personal: Born November 20, 1975 in Phoenix, Arizona ... daughter of Bill and Linda Criswell ... majoring in public and community recreation.