As a junior (2006): 2006 NFCA All-South Region second team selection... 2006 BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year... First team All-BIG EAST selection... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV first team selection Posted a program and BIG EAST best 30-7 record... Led the league and ranked fourth in the nation in ERA... Logged in 242.1 innings with 231 strikeouts... Held opponents to a conference low .158 batting average... Named BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week four times... Named to the BIG EAST honor roll four times... Posted a one-hitter, retiring 21 straight batters after allowing a hit to lead off the game against Rutgers (5/6)...Tossed second career no-hitter and struck out 10 against Syracuse (4/22)... Holds school record for single season wins (30)... Second on Louisville's career wins list with 59... Posted a career high 12 strikeouts in the 3-1 win against Seton Hall (4/2)... Tied for career shutout list with 25... Second on career strikeouts list (485)... Posted a shutout win over then No. 12 Northwestern (2/24)... BIG EAST Academic All-Star... Named to the Athletic Director's honor roll in the fall and spring... Named to the Dean's List in the spring.
As a sophomore (2005): Posted a team-leading 1.41 ERA and a 21-9 record... Held opponents to a .172 batting average... Registered 187 strikeouts on the season, second on the school's single-season strikeout list... Named to the All-C-USA second team... Twice named C-USA Pitcher of the Week (4/25 and 2/7)... Selected to the Australian Women's Softball Team. One of 15 players competing in the Pacific Rim Tour and one of 17 players competing in the Canada Cup Tour... Registered a career-high 11 strikeouts in Louisville's 6-0 win over Kentucky... Posted her first career no-hitter in U of L's 1-0 win over UAB... Combined with Aja Sherman for the 1-0, eight-inning shutout at USF... Second on the school single-season shutout list with 12... Picked up the win and tossed a one-hitter against #4 Oklahoma... Struck out a career-high eight batters against Florida Atlantic... Got the win against then-No. 16 Oregon State allowing two earned runs on four hits... Named to the C-USA Commissioner's honor roll.
As a freshman (2004): Registered an 8-4 record in 26 appearances... Posted a 2.02 ERA... C-USA All-freshman team selection... Named C-USA Co-Pitcher of the Week... Posted a complete-game shutout against #19 Iowa... Struck out a career-high six batters against Iowa and Iowa State... Put together a six-game win streak from Feb. 22-March 17... Shut out DePaul in the Cards' 4-0 win... Represented Australia in the 2004 World University Games... Named to Athletic Director's honor roll and Dean's List in the spring.
In high school/club ball: Played five years at Seymour College... Also played for the West Torrens Eagles... Member of the Australian Junior National team that took the Bronze Medal in the Junior World Games... U19 Competition (Adelaide Competition) MVP in 2003... Captain and MVP of the South Australian U18 softball team in 2003... Captain of her high school team... Named South Australian Softball Association Junior Softball Player of the Year in 2003... U16 South Australia team MVP in 2000 and 2001... Member of the Australian School Sports Softball Merit team in 2003... Also lettered in netball, athletics and swimming.
Personal: Daughter of Mary and John Bishop... Born Catherine Christine Bishop... Major is biology