Appeared in six games with one start at second base before a shoulder injury sidelined her for the remainder of the 2013 season.
Injury occurred during her initial start of the 2013 season, the 4-0 win vs. Fresno State at the Gaucho Classic in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Feb. 15.
Appeared in four more games during Mizzou's California trip after the injury, utilized as a pinch runner.
Scored one run in both the five-inning, 13-1 win vs. Maryland (Feb. 21) and the 12-inning, 4-3 win vs. No. 5 Florida at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic in Palm Springs, Calif.
Started 50 games at second base as a freshman despite playing all season with a torn labrum in her hip, and was a crucial factor in the bottom of the order for the Missouri offense.
Started her career by hitting safely in each of the first two games, going 1-for-3 with a run against Ball State and 2-for-4 with a run versus Eastern Kentucky, swiping three bases in the two games.
Her first extra base hit was a two run double against UMKC on March 4.
Hit safely in three games at the DeMarini Invitational, driving in a run in each of the three contests.
Her longest hitting streak of the year, a five-game stretch, came in late March and early April against Big 12 opponents.
Hit safely in the last two games against Baylor, and went down to Texas and recorded six hits in the three game series.
Went 2-for-3 in the opener against the Longhorns with two runs and 3-for-5 in game two, scoring three times. She added another single in the finale.
Had a two-hit performance against Iowa State on April 28 and singled in two runs against Oregon on May 5.
In the NCAA Regional Championship, she singled in a run and drew a walk in Mizzou's 2-1 victory over Illinois State.
For the season, she scored 18 runs and stole seven bases in nine attempts.
Played high school ball for the Blue Springs Wildcats under head coach Roger Lower.
As a sophomore, she helped the squad to an undefeated 31-0 season and a state championship just one year after finishing third at state.
Twice earned All-Conference, along with three All-District and three All-State selections during her career.
Recorded the second-most hits in a single season in Missouri state softball history, and is the all-time leader for singles in a season in the state.
Also top-five for hits in a career in Missouri, and holds high school records with a .569 batting average, 35 runs scored and 34 stolen bases.
Also ran track and played basketball for the Wildcats.
Academically, she was on the Honor Roll and was in the National Honor Society.
Ashtin Stephens was born on Dec. 14, 1992 in Norman, Okla., to parents Trent and Danita Stephens.
Her mother, Danita, attended the University of Oklahoma.
Has two siblings, Tylin and Easton.
Majoring in exercise science and wants to coach softball after she graduates.