Appeared in 30 games in her final Mizzou season, starting 11 between catcher and designated player.
Provided a big swing for the Tigers, slugging .674 for the season behind a .256 (11-for-43) batting average.
Very first at-bat of the season went deep in the season-opening, five-inning 11-3 win over UCBS at the Gaucho Classic in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Pulled off the pinch-hitting long ball feat again in the first game of the doubleheader at Missouri State (April 3), a two-run homer in the five-inning, 12-0 win.
Hit five home runs during her last year in the Black & Gold, surpassing her career total of three from her first three seasons.
First home run while starting came in the second game of the Georgia Tech doubleheader (March 23), a grand slam that helped the Tigers to a 16-0 win.
Hit her last two home runs within a span of a week, first in the six-inning, 12-8 win over No. 2 Tennessee (May 5). She then hit a solo shot against No. 2 Florida on May 11.
Finished the season with 17 RBI on 11 hits, scoring eight runs.
Started her first game of the season against Eastern Kentucky on Feb. 18, going 1-for-3 with a single.
On March 9, she again got the start at catcher and went 2-for-3 with two doubles and three runs batted in against Alcorn State.
Two days later, again against Alcorn State, roped another double and scored a run while drawing two walks.
Singled in a run against Iowa, and went 2-for-3 with her first home run of the season against Evansville on March 28, driving in three.
Came off the bench against Iowa State on April 27 and hit her second home run of the year, bringing in a pair.
In game two of a doubleheader with Murray State, she recorded two singles and drove in two more runs.
Finished the season with a .250 batting average, two home runs and 11 runs batted in. She posted an on-base percentage of .353 and slugged at a .455 clip. She was perfect behind the plate, recorded a 1.000 fielding percentage in 81 chances.
Appeared in 17 games for Missouri while earning two starts.
Picked up two hits on the year, both of the extra base variety.
On March 18 at home against Western Michigan, she blasted her first career home run, sending a solo shot off the scoreboard in center field.
On March 30 against North Texas, she came off the bench and delivered a pinch hit double in the second game of the doubleheader with the Mean Green.
Started five times during the season, with her first start coming in game two of the season-opening doubleheader with No. 2 Alabama.
Started against Radford at the NFCA Leadoff Classic and picked up a pair of hits in four at bats.
Had another two-hit game against UMKC on March 7, where she also scored her first career run. Her single up the middle plated the first RBI of her collegiate career.
The Ladie Oakies of Oak Park High School were district champions for three-consecutive seasons, during her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons.
Played for the team as a catcher and first and third baseman.
Her sophomore through senior seasons, was ranked all-district, all-metro, all-region, all-state and all-conference.
Voted by her coaches and teammates, she was selected as MVP for both her softball and track teams.
Played softball for the Olathe Rockets who were USSSA all world team and world champions in 2006.
The daughter of Mark Hay and Caroline Carter, Hay was born March 26, 1991, in Kansas City, Mo.
Has one sibling, sister Laura Hay.
Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies.