Get to know Amanda Crabtree
2009-10 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
2008-09 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
2010 SEASON (JUNIOR)
Started 21 games for the Cougars and finished with a 2.95 ERA ... Her 198 strikeouts in 152 innings ranked first on the team and fifth in Conference USA ... Made season debut pitching a complete game against No. 15 Baylor (Feb. 14) ... Struck out a career-high 13 batters in 8 innings of work and only allowed three hits and one run in victory against No. 16 Louisiana-Lafayette (Feb. 19) ... Pitched a complete game against No. 16 LSU, striking out three batters and limiting the opponent to two runs off of three hits (Feb. 27) ... Pitched a career high of 8.1 frames against No. 16 LSU (Feb. 28) ... Struck out six batters in 4.1 innings of work against No. 19 Texas A&M (March 3) ... Threw a one-hitter and fanned 10 batters in seven innings en route to a 3-1 victory over Monmouth (March 9) ... Set a career record throwing 14 strikeouts over 8 innings of work in win against game one of the Southern Miss series (March 13) ... Pitched a two-hit shutout in final game of Southern Miss series to complete a sweep of the Golden Eagles (March 14) ... Pitched two complete games in the UCF series, striking out a total of 20 batters and allowing only two earned runs (March 20-21) ... Received the win over No. 9 Georgia Tech after pitching a complete game of seven innings, striking out nine batters, all of whom went out swinging, and only walking two (March 23) ... Came in for her first career at bat in game three of the UAB series (April 3) ... Threw a one-hitter, striking out 12 batters and walking two in 20-0 shutout against Prairie View A&M (April 6) ... Earned two wins in Memphis sweep, striking out a combined 20 batters and walking three in 12.1 innings of work (April 10-11) ... Pitched a complete of seven innings in game two of the ECU series, striking out five batters and walking only two (April 24) ... Struck out 10 batters and walked only one over seven innings of work en route to 11th win in game two against Marshall (May 1) ... Retired nine straight batters, striking out a total of seven batters in game three tie against Marshall (May 2) ... Pitched six innings and earned the win the final regular season game against Baylor (May 8) ... Allowed just one earned run in 6.1 innings of work against East Carolina in the Cougars' last game of the C-USA Tournament (May 14).
2009 SEASON (SOPHOMORE)
Made her cougar debut on Feb. 6 against California, striking out five ... Struck out eight against UC-Riverside, allowing only two hits and no runs ... Recorded her second win with a 12-4 victory over Oregon State, striking out five, walking four and only allowing five hits (Feb. 8) ... Pitched five innings against NC State, walking one, striking out two and allowing four hits (Feb. 14) ... Captured fourth win, striking out five, walking six and allowing six runs against McNeese State (Feb. 20) ... Struck out eight against South Carolina, allowing six hits and two runs (Feb. 27) ... Struck out seven in 3.1 innings against Texas A&M (March 4) ... Pitched a one-hitter while capturing her fifth win and striking out five against East Carolina (March 7) ... Captured a win, a save and 10 strikeouts in a shutout of Tulsa in the doubleheader (March 16) ... Struck out a season-high 13 batters against UTEP in the 7-6 loss (March 21) ... Threw six innings with six strike outs, four walks and one earned run in the Conference USA Tournament against Southern Miss (May 7).
PRIOR TO HOUSTON
Attended Oklahoma State, coached by Rich Wieligman ... Finished the 2008 season with a 3.48 ERA and an 8-10 record ... Struck out 104 batters, with an opponents batting average of .241 ... Oklahoma State finished the 2008 season with a 26-25 record.
Graduated from Kingwood High School in 2007 ... Coached by Susan Willis ... Four-time All-District Team ... District MVP in 2006 and 2007... Played for the Texas Eclipse in summer league.
Daughter of Ralph and Karen Crabtree ... Born on Jan. 16, 1989 in Humble, Texas ... Hobbies include sleeping and shopping ... Chose Houston because of its championship program and the welcoming softball staff ... Also recruited by Oklahoma State, Auburn and Baylor ... Nickname is AC ... Worked with the Big Brother's and Big Sister's program in high school ... Majoring in elementary education.