North Texas 2016
• Started 22 of 35 games played, including five at catcher and two at second base
• Hit .159, including .308 in Conference USA games, with a .250 on-base percentage and .159 slugging percentage
• Scored eight runs and and drove in seven runs
• Fielded at a .971 clip and threw out 2-of-6 base runners on steal attempts as a catcher
• Tallied first career hit against Nebraska-Omaha
• Made first two career starts at catcher against Northwestern State and Liberty
• Scored three runs against No. 21 Baylor
• Made her first two career starts at second base against UT Martin and Nicholls State
• Tallied her first career multi-hit game against UT Martin, going 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI
• Tallied her second career multi-hit game against UTSA, going 2-for-3 with a walk and an RBI
• Recorded a hit in all three games at UTEP, going a combined 4-for-6 with a walk and two RBI, including a 2-for-2 game with a walk and RBI in the series finale
• Named all-conference MVP in 2013 and 2014
• Named all-conference defensive player of the year in 2011 and offensive player of the year in 2012
• Named to the Oklahoma All-State fast pitch and slow pitch teams in 2014-15
• Played for head coach David Griffin
• Lettered in basketball for four years and was named to the Oklahoma All-Star team in 2015.
• Also lettered in track for one year
• Played travel ball for her father as a member of the Oklahoma Force 96
• Was travel ball teammates with Lauren Miller and Bailey Thompson
Coach Kee on Webb: "I believe Casady's ability to play multiple positions will allow us an opportunity to be creative in our line-ups. The fact that she has the experience to slide into the catcher position is another asset for our program."
Why Casady chose North Texas: "Coach Kee saw my potential even on my worst day. I know she is going to push me further than I could ever imagine. I am excited to see how far this team goes with the great coaches that we have. I am so honored to get this opportunity to wear the Green and White! Go Mean Green!"