2011: Academic All-District V second team selection ... Academic All-Big Ten ... saw action in 44 games, starting 42: 33 at catcher and nine as the designated player ... posted a .276 average with a .509 slugging percentage, including a team-leading seven home runs and doubles ... reached base in 30 of the 43 games in which she batted ... tallied a team-leading 31 RBI, including five game winners ... scored 14 runs, including two game winners ... put together a team-long 12-game hit streak from Feb. 20 to March 12 ... posted two perfect days at the plate, going 3-for-3 against Iowa State and Rutgers ... registered multiple hits in six games and multiple RBI in 10 contests, including three RBI in five games ... drew seven walks and was hit by a pitch twice ... laid down four sacrifices and lifted one sacrifice fly ... made good on 179 of 181 defensive opportunities.
2010: Academic All-Big Ten ... saw action in 41 games, starting 40: 27 at first base, 11 at catcher and two as the designated player ... posted a .218 average with four doubles and four home runs ... laid down nine sacrifices, second most on the team ... tallied multiple hits in four games, including a 3-for-4 effort vs. Iowa State ... drove in 13 RBI, including the game-tying effort against Valparaiso, and multi-RBI efforts in three games ... put together a pair of four-game hit streaks: March 12 to 13 and April 10 to 15 ... added to the team's school record-tying triples tally with one against Valparaiso ... made good on 97 percent of her defensive opportunities ... ranked second in Big Ten play with six sacrifices.
2009: Academic All-Big Ten ... appeared in 25 games, starting 12 behind the plate and nine at designated player ... posted a .250 average with three doubles and a triple ... put together two four-game hit streaks: Feb. 13 to Feb. 21 and March 7 to March 16 ... tallied multiple hits in three games ... drove in two RBI against Boston College and added one each vs. Appalachian State and Ball State ... scored four runs ... laid down six sacrifices ... made good on 98 percent of defensive opportunities.
2008: Appeared in 13 games, starting six behind the plate ... Tallied two hits in 19 at-bats ... Recorded first career hit and RBI vs. Syracuse (2/17) ... Racked up six walks ... Registered first career walk vs. South Alabama (2/9) ... Notched a .320 on-base percentage ... Recorded only one error in 42 chances for a .977 fielding percentage.
High School: Earned three letters in both softball and track ... named First Team All-State, All-Region, All-Sectional, All-Conference, and All-District in each of her last two seasons ... earned All-Metro First Team her senior year and All-Metro Second Team after her junior season ... led team to third-place state tournament finish in 2005 ... won LHS Super Slugger award for junior and senior seasons and won LHS Rookie of the Year after sophomore campaign ... as discus thrower, finished eighth in state in 2007 and seventh in 2006 ... named All-State honoree in track after senior season ... four-time Gold Scholar Athlete ... won 2007 Bright Flight Scholar award for performance in the classroom ... honored with President's Award for Educational Excellence and George Washington Carver's Award ... named a National Scholar Athlete as presented by the U.S. Army Reserve.
Personal: Full name is Shelby Anne Krammer ... born on March 22, 1989 ... parents are Ronald and Jean Krammer ... has one sister: Kelly ... plans on majoring in management.