Senior Year (2006)
Played and started in all 56 games at right field opened the season with back-to-back games with home runs against then No. 11-ranked Oklahoma on 2/17 had a stellar season from the plate, raising her batting average by almost two points from a year ago to finish with a .393 clip the mark ranks her ninth all-time in school history carded an impressive .680 slugging percentage this season, ranking her fifth for a single-season effort connected for 59 hits on the season, second-most on the team recorded a team-leading 10 home runs on the year, coupled with her team-leading 11 doubles and a triple to lead a very potent Indiana offense propelled Indiana to a school record 40 home runs on the season finished ranked tied for fourth all-time in career home runs with 25 registered 28 RBI on the year, moving her career mark to 90, ranking her tied for seventh all-time drew 40 walks on the season, ranking her tied for second all-time moved her career walks total to 82, good enough for fourth all-time in the category scored 21 times on the season drew a season-high three walks in a game twice, once against Kentucky on 4/12, while the other came against Utah on 5/19 tallied two-or-more hits in a game 17 times, two of which she tallied three hits carded two-or-more RBI in a contest six times selected to the Florida State All-Tournament team for her efforts in leading IU to their first tournament title since 2004 tabbed first team All-Big Ten at right field named first team All-Mideast Region.
Junior Year (2005)
Appeared in 53 games with 52 starts, 37 coming as the right fielder and 14 as the designated player hit .225 with four home runs, 14 RBI and eight runs scored second on the team in homers and third in RBI and multi-hit games (six) worked out 12 walks on the year, second on the Hoosier squad had a perfect 2/2 on the base paths the Hoosiers' second-best hitter at home with a .314 average (16-for-51) with two long balls, seven RBI and four runs at the IU Varsity Softball Complex ended a 2-for-27 season-opening slump with a 7-for-16 effort in a five-game span at the Western Kentucky Invitational 3/4-6 included in that span was a 2-for-4 day with her second career grand slam and a Hoosier season-high four RBI against Austin Peay went 2-for-3 with a home run, run scored and three RBI verses Ball State on 3/22 Tallied a 3-for-3 effort with singles to right, left and up the middle against Minnesota on 4/22 Blasted a home run at Evansville on 4/26, ending the game at 1-for-3 with two runs and two RBI.
Sophomore Year (2004)
Played in 62 games with 60 starts posted a .267 average with six home runs, 25 RBI and 18 runs scored led the team with eight hit batsman tied for first with 12 doubles and 14 walks, as well as third with a .351 on base percentage her seven multi-RBI games were first on the squad was a perfect 2-for-2 on stolen base attempts posted her most impressive performance of the season going 3-for-3 with a home run, five RBI and three runs scored versus Indiana State on 3/24 finished 2-for-4 with a home run, two RBI and a run scored against Marshall on 2/ 8 tallied another 2-for-3 day with a home run, three RBI and a run against North Texas on 3/6 against rival Purdue, went 2-for-2 with two RBI and a run.
Freshman Year (2003)
Was one of only four conference freshmen to be named to the All-Big Ten squad started 44 of the 49 games she appeared named to the all-tournament team at the Charleston Southern Invitational after hitting .364 with four hits, one run and three RBI in 11 at-bats was fourth on the team with a .260 batting average, 127 at-bats and 33 hits registered five home runs, five doubles and two triples hit her first career home run against Bradley on 3/18 led the team in walks with 15 and was second with a .385 on-base percentage.
Four-year starter for DeKalb's 3A varsity softball squad earned all-state honors her sophomore, junior and senior seasons holds school records in career doubles (38), season doubles (16), career hits (180), hits in a season (49), career batting average (.451), career runs (129) and career RBI (117) earned all-state honors for track her sophomore, junior and senior years.
Born Lauren Kiley Hines on August 2, 1983 in Auburn, Ind. majoring in SPEA management parents are Patch and Terry Hines one brother, J.P. grandfather is Dr. John Hines of the IU Medical School plans for after graduation include getting married, having kids and working for a marketing firm.