Appeared in 33 games and started seven times in her final Mizzou season, splitting time between shortstop and third base.
Picked up the bulk of her starts during the most vital time of the season, starting five of the Tigers' six NCAA Tournament games.
Compiled a .231 batting average (6-for-26) with one double, totaling three RBI for the season.
Scored one run on 10 different occasions during the 2013 season.
Smacked her extra-base hit to knock in one run in the five-inning, 13-1 win vs. Maryland at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic in Palm Springs, Calif., on Feb. 21.
Had a 1-for-1 stint at the plate with one RBI in the second game of the Cal-State Fullerton doubleheader (Feb. 23), a 7-0 win.
Hauled in a season-best five putouts in the second game of the Evansville doubleheader (March 13), a 4-3 victory.
Recorded one RBI in the six-inning, 10-2 victory over South Carolina (March 29).
Matched a season-high with three at-bats in the Washington game (March 23), a total she previously hit with a 1-for-3 day vs. Hofstra (May 19), a 5-0 win.
Started 33 times in 2012 and appeared in 41 contests, starting much of the first half of the season at shortstop.
Was a perfect 2-for-2 against Nebraska at the Cathedral City Classic, and recorded another two hit game against UMKC on March 4, going 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI.
Doubled in a run and walked against Boise State on March 10, and had her best performance of the year the following day against Northern Illinois, going 3-for-3 with her lone home run of the season, two RBI and two runs scored.
Finished the year with four extra base hits - three doubles and a homer - and scored 10 runs.
Also took eight walks and stole three bases in as many attempts. 2011 (Sophomore):
Stepped into a much more prominent role as a sophomore, serving as a viable utility player who could step in at second, third, short or in the outfield.
Broke through in early March with a two RBI game against Missouri State.
Jump-started a five-game hitting streak with a pinch hit two-run double against Arkansas.
Posted a huge series against Texas Tech, going 2-for-3 with a run scored in the opener before going 2-for-2 with two runs, two homers and four RBI in the finale - coming off the bench to hit her first two career home runs.
Doubled in a run in the second game of a twin-bill against Evansville, and got a pinch hit RBI single a few days later against Texas A&M.
In the finale against Oklahoma, she went 3-for-4 against Sooner ace Keilani Ricketts.
Third home run of the year came at Oklahoma State, where she went 1-for-2 with a run scored and two driven in.
In the final weekend of the regular season, she went 3-for-3 in the first game with Iowa State, scoring a run, doubling and driving in a pair.
For the season, she finished with a .250 batting average, three home runs, four doubles and 21 runs driven in.
Appeared in 53 games during the season, primarily serving as a pinch runner and a defensive replacement.
Her first career start came against Radford on Feb. 28 at the NFCA Leadoff Classic. she took advantage of the start, going 1-for-2 at the plate, her first career hit, with a run scored and a walk.
In her second start of the year, she singled and scored twice in Mizzou's win over Eastern Michigan on March 20.
Her first career stolen base came as a pinch runner against Southern Illinois on April 14.
St. Pius X:
Led by Head Coach Joe Winland, the Golden Lions of St. Pius were region champions her senior season.
In the same season, the Lions went on to play in the softball semifinals.
A shortstop and third baseman, she was selected first team all-county during her junior year and was named first team all-state as well as the St. Pius MVP during her senior campaign.
In addition to softball, she played on the girls basketball team and earned a total of four letters in her high school career.
Princess Krebs is the daughter of Lonnie and Princess Ferguson.
Born Oct. 26, 1991, in San Diego, Calif.
Majoring in Hospitality Management.