2018 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll
2018 SEC Community Service Team
2017 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll
SENIOR SEASON (2019)
Appeared in 55 of the Tigers' 62 games this season, and started 54 ... She started in right field 29 times and left field 20 times ... Recorded a .285 batting average and a .549 slugging percentage ... In 144 at-bats she had 41 hits and 25 runs ... Tallied 35 RBI on the year and recorded four RBI in a single game on two occasions ... Had 12 multiple RBI games and nine multiple hit games ... Recorded eight home runs on the year ... Went 1-1 in stolen base attempts ... Against Northwestern St. she hit a grand slam over the left-center wall, the first home run of her career ... She hit her third career home run against Texas A&M, scoring three runs to help clinch the series.
JUNIOR SEASON (2018)
Appeared in 28 games this year and started six games ... played primarily as a pinch hitter and first baseman throughout the season for the Tigers ... in 38 at-bats she hit for a .211 batting average with eight hits and a .318 on base percentage ... was one for one in stolen base attempts ... against Northwestern State Thornhill entered the game for a pinch hitting situation, and hit a single to right center scoring the game ending RBI for the Tigers ... against South Alabama she smashed a double down the right field line to help the Tigers get another opportunity to score ... was named to the SEC Community Service Team for the second-straight year.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2017)
Started in 17 games for the Tigers and played in a total of 22 games ... Totaled 11 hits in 50 at bats for a batting average of .220 ... Scored five runs throughout the course of the season ... Drove in runners in five games for a total of seven RBI ... Went 2-4 in the season opener versus Oklahoma State with one run scored and three RBI ... Drove in a run and scored another in a 2-3 performance against Illinois ... 2017 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2016)
Played in 34 games in her debut LSU season, making 27 starts with 26 coming in left field and once as the designated player… Hit .242 at the plate with 15 hits, the second most among non-everyday starters, with five doubles… Had three multi-hit games, all coming with two hits… Had nine RBIs and scored seven times on the season… Earned four multi-RBI games, all coming with two RBIs… Slugged .323 with a .372 on-base percentage, drawing 13 walks and was 3-for-3 on stolen bases… Had two sacrifice flies and a sacrifice bunt on the year… Had a perfect fielding percentage on the season… Earned her first hit as a Tiger against Connecticut, earning another as she went 2-for-2 with a pair of doubles, two RBIs and a run scored… Was 1-for-1 against Bethune-Cookman with another double and a run scored… In the SEC opener at Texas A&M was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs… In the second game went 2-for-2 with another double, two RBIs and a run scored… Drove in two on one hit in the NCAA tournament against LIU Brooklyn… Was 1-for-3 against James Madison… Had hits against Michigan and Alabama in the Women's College World Series.
Was a four-year standout and letterwinner at St. Joseph Academy under head coach Billy Stears where the Redstickers won a co-district championship en route to a state semifinal run, hitting .462 during her prep career with 66 total wins… Was a four-time first team all-district selection, while three times being selected to the all-metro team and earning all-state honors as a senior… As a senior hit .531, slugging .827 with 38 stolen bases as she was named the team's most valuable player for the second time at the school, while also earning MVP honors at the LHSCA All-Star Game for the East squad… Batted .528 as a junior… Hitting .412 as a sophomore, was named the team's offensive player of the year and team MVP… Was named the team's newcomer of the year as a freshman, hitting .375 for a team that won 23 games that season… Was a member of the National Honor Society's honor graduates, while also being an academic letter recipient.
Born March 4, in Baton Rouge… Parents are Gary and Denise Thornhill… Has a younger sister, Baylie… Dad played basketball at Southwest Mississippi Community College… Plans to major in animal sciences.