2008 Team Tri-Captain
2007 NFCA Second-Team All-South Region
2008 SEC All-Tournament Team
2008 LSWA Second-Team All-Louisiana
2008 Easton Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team
2008 Easton Tiger Classic MVP
2008 SEC Good Works Team
2007 SEC All-Tournament Team
2007 Team Tri-Captain
SENIOR SEASON (2008)
Played in 62 games, starting 61 ... Earned second-team NFCA All-South Region honors for the first time in her career ... Named to the SEC All-Tournament team for the second-straight year ... Was selected a team captain for the 2008 season ... Had the best season of her career, posting career highs for batting average, home runs, doubles, RBIs and runs scored ... Posted the first inside-the-park home run at LSU since 2004 with a home run against Auburn ... Ranked 33rd in the NCAA in toughest player to strikeout with a 17.7 strikeout ratio ... Ranked third on the team in batting average and fourth in slugging percentage and on base percentage ... Was also ranked second in runs scored and hits, while ranking third in doubles and fifth in RBIs ... Recorded 14 multiple-hit games, including three games with three hits ... Posted nine games with multiple-RBIs, including three RBIs vs. Arkansas ... Tied her career high with a seven-game hitting streak ... Knocked in the game-winning runs against Troy on a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the 11th and against Arkansas on a three-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the eighth inning ... Also knocked in the game-winning runs against Nicholls State and Auburn.
JUNIOR SEASON (2007)
Played in 49 games, starting 46 ... Named to the SEC All-Tournament Team ... Missed 18 games after breaking the pinkie finger on her throwing hand that required surgery to insert a pin in it on Feb. 25, but returned a month later and started every game after the pin was removed ... Recorded nine multiple-hit games and three multiple-RBI games ... Had a career-best seven game hitting streak ... Knocked in the game-winning RBIs against McNeese State and Southeastern Louisiana ... Went 2-for-3 with a double against Monica Abbott and No. 1 Tennessee ... Had only six errors in over 120 attempts in the field.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2006)
Played in 48 games, starting eight ... Saw action in several different positions including second base, right field and designated player ... Recorded a pair of RBIs in two games (vs. Kentucky, vs. Auburn) and scored 10 runs for the season ... Had a three-game hitting streak during the season ... Did not commit an error in seven chances in the field.
FRESHMAN SEASON (TAMCC, 2005)
Played and started in 48 games at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi for current Ole Miss head coach Missy Phillips Dickerson ... Led the Islanders to their third consecutive NCAA Tournament berth ... Helped Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to a 42-11 overall record and its first national ranking in school history ... Ranked second on the team with a .315 batting average ... Recorded seven doubles and three home runs with 26 RBIs on the season ... Knocked in what proved to be the game winning run while going 2-for-4 with three RBIs against No. 4 Texas ... . Hit .308 with a run scored as Texas A&M-Corpus Christi won the Big South Tournament.
Earned four letters in softball and three in soccer ... Earned second-team All-CIF honors ... Was named the Baseline League Most Valuable Player as a senior ... Named to the All-Baseline League first team in 2003 and 2004 and the second team in 2000 and 2001 ... Was first-team Inland Valley All-Stars as a junior and senior and a second-team member as a freshman and sophomore ... Was a member of the Inland Valley All-Star team and the 2001 Freshman of the Year ... Hit .580 and had a .998 fielding percentage as a senior ... Played four years on the California Lite, an 18-and-under team that was selected to represent the United States in the 2001 Women’s International Softball Tournament held in Shanghai, China.
Full name is Shannon Kathleen Stein ... Parents are Martha and Noel Stein ... Has two brothers, Noel and John ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies ... Born on May 30, 1986, in Upland, Calif.