2005: Academic All-Big Ten honoree ... saw action in 36 games, starting 29, 28 at first base and one as designated player ... owned a .242 batting average, including four doubles, five RBI and six runs ... drove in the game-winning run with an RBI single against Indiana in the Big Ten finale ... accounted for the game-winning run against Wisconsin ... recorded four perfect days at the plate, including a 2-for-2 performance with one RBI and two runs against Illinois ... led the team in sacrifice hits with 11, a number that ranked her sixth among Big Ten players ... drew five walks and was hit by a pitch three times ... made good on 99 percent of her fielding opportunities ...was named Most Improved Player at team's postseason banquet.
2004: Academic All-Big Ten honoree ... started 10 of the 33 games she played in, eight at first base and two as the designated player ... tallied eight hits, three runs and one RBI ... lone RBI came on a game-winning pinch hit single against Indiana ... owned a .190 batting average to go with a .292 on-base percentage ... drew six walks, while putting down three sacrifices ... compiled a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage, which ranked first in the Big Ten, with 51 putouts and eight assists.
2003: Saw action in 14 games, starting four as the designated player ... posted three hits, including a double in her first collegiate at-bat against Kansas ... was 1-for-2 with an RBI single against UNLV ... made good on a pinch-hit opportunity against Eastern Illinois, connecting for a single to center field ... scored two runs, one in Game 2 against Louisville after reaching on a fielder's choice, and one against Eastern Illinois ... posted a .286 on-base percentage ... converted on lone putout attempt after subbing in at center field in Game 2 against IPFW.
High School: Was all-area Player of the Year, St. Louis Post-Dispatch All-Metro Player of the Year and O'Fallon High School Athlete of the Year as a senior ... earned first-team all-conference honors for softball as a sophomore, junior and senior ... received first-team all-area and team MVP honors as a junior ... team won conference championship all four years, won regional title during her sophomore, junior and senior campaigns, and claimed sectional championship her final season ... batted over .300 throughout her high school career, hitting .304 as a freshman, .327 as a sophomore, .333 as a junior and .317 as a senior ... also pitched all four years, tallying a 0.16 ERA in 213 innings pitched and striking out 214 batters as a senior ... a three-sport athlete at O'Fallon Township High School, earning letters in volleyball, basketball and softball all four years ... was volleyball and softball team captain both junior and senior years ... earned volleyball team's Dedication, Determination and Desire Award as a sophomore ... softball coach was Jan Lugge ... played summer ball for the Southern Illinois Tomahawks under coach Ed Godard.
Personal: Given name is Rebecca Lynn Stone ... born 10/30/83 ... parents are Robert Stone and Krista Call ... has one brother, Kenny, who attends Purdue ... majoring in construction engineering management.