2007: Played 24 games, starting nine... hit a single and scored a run in victory over N.C. State (2/10)... had a single in only at-bat against Columbia (3/3)... recorded a sacrifice bunt against Bucknell (4/24).
2006: Second team All-Big Ten... started in 54 games... second on the team in batting with a .310 average... she had 54 hits with two doubles and a team-high two triples... had eight RBIs... a .345 slugging percentage... she scored 18 runs... her 14-for-18 on stolen base attempts led the team... 14 multiple-hit games... ended the season on a seven-game hitting streak... was second on the team to Meghan Wolfer with eight sacrifices (7 sacrifice bunts, one sacrifice fly)... drove in the game-winning RBI at Akron (4/19) on a single to left field in the top of the second inning, one of her season-high two RBIs on the day... also had the game-wi>nning RBI vs. Ohio State (5/7) with a single to centerfield in the top of the seventh inning in a 1-0 thriller... drove in runs in five other games: vs. UC-Santa Barbara (3/8), Longwood (3/10), Hawaii (3/11), Minnesota (4/15) and Pittsburgh (4/18)... went 3-for-3 against Illinois (4/9) in the second game of a doubleheader... had 13 other multiple-hit games with two hits each: vs. Drake (2/25), vs. Detroit Mercy (3/8), vs. Longwood (3/10), vs. Kent State (3/24), vs. East Carolina (2/25), vs. St. Francis (3/29, game one), at Indiana (4/2, game 1), vs. Illinois (4/9, game 1), vs. Minnesota (4/14), vs. Pittsburgh (4/18, game 1), at Akron (4/19), vs. Long Island (5/20) and at Hofstra (5/21)... combined for five hits in the Illinois doubleheader (4/9)... stole a season-high two bases vs. Missouri-Kansas City (2/24).
2005: Led Penn State in stolen bases with 18... started all 59 games in left field... drove in a sacrifice RBI against Tennessee-Chattanooga (3/11) in the bottom of the sixth to lift the Lions to a 9-4 victory... also had RBIs vs. Michigan State (3/6) in a 2-for-5 performance, St. Francis (3/30, game 1) and Texas A&M (5/22) in the NCAA Tournament... scored 32 runs on the season, including three against Eastern Kentucky (3/4)... tallied 11 sacrifice hits for the season, second highest for the Lions... smacked a season-high three hits against Eastern Kentucky (3/4 and 3/6) in both meetings at the Central Florida Tournament... went 2-for-4 vs. Maryland (2/19) in the Lions' first win of the season, scoring twice... Batted 2-for-4 with two runs scored in Penn State's game vs. Central Michigan (3/8)... went 2-for-2, adding two walks vs. Purdue (4/30), also scoring twice... put in a 2-for-4 performance, including hitting one of two doubles on the season, vs. Indiana (5/1), scoring twice.
2004: As a freshman, started 55 games for the Lions and led the team in hitting with a .357 average... started five games in left field, 12 in center field, four in right field and 28 as the designated player... the lead-off hitter, she led the Lions' stolen-base efforts, reaching safely on 34-of-38 attempts and was also at the top of the conference, helping her earn second team All-Big Ten recognition... her first career hit came vs. then-No. 2 Arizona (2/20)... also notched Penn State's only hit vs. Pacific (2/20) and recorded two hits vs. then-No. 1 UCLA (2/21) for a four-hit weekend at the Palm Springs Classic... with Leigh Murray, Williams was the only other multiple-hit Lion in the Palm Springs Classic... pieced together a three-game hit-streak, notching one each vs. then-No. 17 Oregon (2/27) and then-No. 23 Texas A&M (2/28), and tacking on two hits vs. Southern Mississippi in a 2-for-4 performance... broke up a no-hitter in the sixth inning vs. Oregon (2/29), knocking a pitch to right field and legging it out... logged a six-game hit-streak starting with a career-high three hits vs. Connecticut (3/6), driving in one run... continued with another hit vs. Rhode Island (3/7) to finish Seminole Challenge action... slapped two hits and tallied an RBI in the second match-up with Connecticut (3/8)... notched two hits and two RBIs in the game at Florida A&M (3/9)... slapped two hits each game in the doubleheader at Troy State to extend the streak to six games... the streak consisted of 10 hits and drove in four runs over a six-game period... had one hit in the Saint Louis game (3/13) and went 2-for-2 in the game vs. then-No. 19 Nebraska (3/13) at the Florida State Invitational... went 2-for-3 with a double vs. Binghamton (3/26), stealing a base and scoring a run that game...went 1-for-4 vs. NC State (3/26) and followed it up with a 1-for-2 performance the next day vs. Seton Hall (3/27)... continued her hit-streak with a 3-for-4 performance against Hoo's Who Tournament host Virginia (3/27)... continued her hit-streak with a 1-for-3 showing vs. in the second game vs. Seton Hall (3/28) and a 1-for-3 tally vs. Virginia (3/28)... batted 1-for-4 with an RBI in 2-1 win over Wisconsin (4/2)... hit twice, scored a run and earned an RBI against Wisconsin (4/3)... went 1-for-3 with two runs, a double and a walk against Minnesota (4/4, game two)... batted 2-for-3 with two runs and two RBIs, one double, and a stolen base versus St. Francis (4/7, game 1)... in game two, went 2-for-5 with two more runs and two RBIs, her fourth double on the year and two stolen bases.... had one hit and two runs against Michigan State (4/18, game 1) in Penn State's 6-1 win... had two hits and two runs scored in the second game of the doubleheader... went 1-for-3 against Akron (4/20, game 1), scoring two runs and walking once... also had two stolen bases in game one... in game two, had another stolen base and went 1-for-3...went 4-for-7 with a double against Iowa (4/23), her fifth of the year, in the 14-inning marathon... went 1-for-3 against Iowa (4/24) the next day... finished the weekend (4/23-4/25) with a team high .327 batting average... began a five-game hit-streak with a 2-for-4 performance at Syracuse (4/28, game 2)... went 2-for-4 (4/30) and 2-for-3 (5/1) at Indiana... went 1-for-3 in both games against Purdue (5/2)... hit a combined 7-for-8 in two games vs. Ohio State (5/8-9), stealing one base in the second meeting.