Position
First Base
Height
5'8
Class
Senior
Hometown
Harahan, La.
B/T
R
High School
Dominican HS

2006 Team Captain
2006 Second-Team All-Louisiana
2006 H. Boyd McWhorter SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year Finalist
2006 First-Team Academic All-American
2006 First-Team Academic All-District
2006 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2005 Easton Third-Team All-American
2005 Second-Team All-Louisiana
2005 SEC All-Tournament Team
2005 Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team
2005 First-Team Academic All-American
2005 First-Team Academic All-District
2005 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2004 NFCA Second-Team All-South Region
2004 First-Team All-Louisiana
2004 Louisiana Hitter of the Week (March 2)
2004 Purple & Gold Challenge MVP
2004 NFCA Leadoff Classic All-Tournament Team
2004 First-Team Academic All-District
2004 SEC Academic Honor Roll

SENIOR SEASON (2006)
Played in all 69 games, starting in 67 … Named a second-team All-Louisiana selection … Finalist for the H. Boyd McWhorter SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year … Led the SEC in fielding percentage by a first baseman … Ranked second on the team and tied for fourth in the SEC in doubles with 16, the ninth most in LSU single-season history … Ranked fourth on the team in batting average … Tied for fourth on the team with six home runs … Ranked second on the team with 20 multiple-hit games, including a career-best four hits vs. Kentucky … Recorded eight multiple-RBI games, two four-RBI games … Posted an eight-game hitting streak, which ranked third on the team for the season … Knocked in the game-winning runs against No. 15 UL-Lafayette in NCAA Regional play, Kentucky (twice), South Carolina and Mississippi Valley … Tied for fifth in single-season sacrifice flies with four … Concluded her career ranked in the top 10 in LSU history in home runs (fourth), putouts (fourth), slugging percentage (sixth), RBIs (seventh), fielding percentage (seventh), batting average (eighth), hits (eighth), and doubles (eighth) … Also ranked eighth in career multiple-hit games and eighth in career multiple-RBI games … For the second-straight year earned first-team CoSIDA Academic All-America honors … Member of the CoSIDA Academic All-District first-team and the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

JUNIOR SEASON (2005)
Played and started in all 54 games … Named a third-team All-American by Easton … Member of the SEC All-Tournament Team … Named a second-team All-Louisiana selection … Member of the Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament team … Ranked second in the SEC in fielding percentage by a first baseman … Tied for fourth in doubles in league games in the SEC with seven … Ranked fourth in putouts in league games in the SEC … Tied for the team lead in batting average at .367 … Tied for third on the team with 12 doubles … Tied for second on the team with seven home runs … Tied for the team lead with 19 multiple-hit games, including two, three-hit games … Recorded six multiple-RBI games, including three, four-RBI games and two, three-RBI games … Posted an eight-game hitting streak, which tied for the second-longest streak on the team for the season … Led the team in game-winning RBIs, knocking in the game-winning runs against Arkansas, Kentucky, Southeastern Louisiana and twice against Florida …  Tied for 12th in career multiple-hit games and tied for 10th in career multiple-RBI games in LSU history …  Tied for seventh in career home runs and tied for eighth in career RBIs in LSU history … Also an outstanding student and was just LSU softball’s second CoSIDA Academic All-American, becoming the first to earn first-team honors … Member of the CoSIDA Academic All-District first-team and the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2004)
Played in 68 games, starting 67 … Had a breakout year as a sophomore after walking on as a freshman and seeing limited action … Named a second-team All-South Region and a first-team All-Louisiana selection … Member of the NFCA Leadoff Classic All-Tournament team after hitting .350 with two home runs, four RBIs and two runs scored … Named the Purple & Gold Challenge MVP after hitting .450 with three doubles, a home run, 11 RBIs and nine runs scored … Was first Louisiana Hitter of the Week for 2004, which was awarded to the Hitter of the Month from Feb., after hitting .459 to open the season with six home runs, five doubles, 22 RBIs and 14 runs scored … Broke the LSU consecutive games hitting streak with a 15-game streak between Feb. 13 and Feb. 29 … Recorded the second-most single-season home runs in LSU history with 13 … Ranked in the top 10 in the SEC in slugging percentage, RBIs, home runs and total bases … Recorded the fourth-most multiple-RBI games in LSU history with 13 … Ranks third in single-season RBIs in school history with 54 … Tied the single-game RBI record with seven against Nicholls State … Tied the single-game walks record with three against Ole Miss … All three of those walks were intentional and set the single-game intentional walks record … Knocked in what proved to be the game-winning run in the 10th inning against No. 22 Baylor in the NCAA Regionals … Also an outstanding student and was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District first-team and the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2003)
Walked onto the team to play in 22 games … Used mostly as a pinch runner … Did not record a hit in five at-bats … Scored three runs … Was on base in three of her eight plate appearances … Scored a run in LSU’s 3-1 season-opening win over Stephen F. Austin in the Tiger Classic … Scored a run in the Tigers’ 2-0 win over Auburn.

HIGH SCHOOL
Earned four letters in basketball and three in softball and track at Dominican High School … Helped her team to three district championships in 1999, 2000 and 2001 … Named to the all-district team in 2000 and 2001 … An all-metro New Orleans selection in 2001 … The 2001 team captain … Basketball team won district championships in 1999 and 2000 … Was the 2001 Clarion Herald Girl’s Athlete of the Year … Selected the 2000 Dominican Athlete of the Year by the Times-Picayune … Holds the school record for career points scored in basketball … Was the salutatorian of her graduating class … Recognized as a National Merit Finalist … WWL-TV and McDonald’s A+ Athlete.

PERSONAL
Full name is Stephanie Anne Hill … Parents are Stephen and Cynthia Hill … Has a brother, Mark (20) and a sister, Claire (14) … Has a double major in political science … Born on Nov. 5, 1983, in New Orleans, La.

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