Career Honors: 2000 NCAA Region 6 All-Tournament Team...SEC Academic Honor Roll selection (2001)...SEC Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 14, 2000).
Career Highlights: Has a .584 career winning percentage (52-38), third in UF history, and 2.41 ERA...Allowed 5.39 hits per seven innings, second only to former Gator All-American Chelsey Sakizzie...Struck out 411 and has threw 23 shutouts and 43 complete games...Holds UF single-game strikeout record with 17 in eight innings in 2000...Recorded best start for a UF pitcher, opening her junior campaign 6-0.
As a Senior (2001): SEC Academic Honor Roll student...Posted a 19-16 record and 2.41 ERA with 150 K's over 206.1 innings...Finished sixth in SEC with 150 K's and 19 wins, fifth with 45 batters caught looking and 32 starts...In SEC play, she finished fifth with 75 K's, sixth with 20 batters caught looking and second with 11 wins...Pitched her third career no-hitter vs. No. 8 LSU March 10, striking out seven in that contest...Earned 50th career win with a 4-1, complete-game decision at No. 20 South Carolina April 21.
As a Junior 2000: Recorded first personal, 20-win season and led the Gator pitching staff with a 21-11 record, a personal best wins mark...Career-best 1.84 ERA and team-high 200 K's in 201.1 innings...Threw UF's fifth no-hitter in history...Set and reset career-high for strikeouts in four games...Current strikeout high is 17 in eight inning defeat of Samford Feb. 20...Set UF record for best start for a pitcher (6-0) with a win over Samford Feb. 20...Named SEC Pitcher of the Week Feb. 14 posting a 3-0 mark for a 0.35 ERA with wins against Coastal Carolina (8-0), South Florida and Stetson to lead UF to the University Centre Hotel Invitational tournament title...Set career highs on consecutive nights in the UCHI...Named to the Speedline Invitational's All-Tournament Team finishing 3-1 with a save and a 0.80 ERA over 26.1 innings...Had a streak of six appearances without allowing an extra-base hit (March 5-11) through 28.1 innings (March 4-11)...Named to the NCAA Region 6 All-Tournament Team Landry where she picked up both of the Gators' wins in the circle and led all pitchers with a 0.00 ERA
As a Sophomore 1999: Saw limited playing time late in the season due to a strained muscle in her left rib cage and a left foot injury...Came back after initial rib cage injury to lead UF 4-1 over No. 18 South Florida April 14...Had a career day against Stetson in the University Centre Hotel Invitational in which she only allowed two hits and struck out eight in seven innings for a 1-0 shutout.
As a Freshman 1998: Posted a .500 recorded with six wins in only her first collegiate season...Finished with a 3.22 ERA and two shutouts in 17 appearances...Struck out 21 batters in 76 innings...In her first game pitched against Stetson, allowed one hit no runs, walked four and struck out two...Allowed three hits, no runs, one walk and struck out a career-best four batters against Bethune-Cookman...Tied that career-high struck against SEC-foe Tennessee.
High School: Four-year letterwinner in softball...Team won 5A Louisiana State High School Championship in 1996 and the district tournament four consecutive years (1994-97)...Named to the all-state and all-district teams 1994-97...Named all-district and All-Northeast MVP 1994 -97...All-American for the South Region in 1997...LHSAA MVP of the 1997 all-star game...Named high school MVP for softball.
Personal: Born March 2, 1979, in West Monroe, La...Daughter of Richard and Duska Landry...Major is health education...Favorite sports figure is Mark Lempke...Says songs that best describe her are "Lightning does the work" and "Louisiana Saturday Night"...Would like a career in pharmaceutical sales...Has two cats (G.G.-Gainesville Gator-and Pepper)...Can't do without her Bible, Diet Sprite and mascara...Always wears hair ribbons on game day...Favorite food is Mexican...Best gift ever received was book "The Seat of the Soul" by her mother.
vs. Ole Miss, 4-30-00
H 15 vs. Alabama, 3-31-98
R 11 vs. Alabama, 3-31-98
ER 11 vs. Alabama, 3-31-98
SO 17 vs. Samford, 2-20-00
BB 9 vs. Washington, 3-18-99
No Hitters 3 (one combined) Last--vs. No. 8 LSU, 3-10-01, W 4-1, 7 K's