Date of Birth: 06/23/1987
Height: 5' 6"
Pro Experience: 4th Season
College Experience: Northwestern University
Resides: Chicago, IL
Re-signed with the Bandits in January of 2012...Appeared in all but one game during the 2012 season...Finished ninth in the league with 24 runs scored...Finished seventh in the league with 17 walks...went 2-for-2, scoring four runs and an RBI in a loss to the USSSA Pride on June 8th...On August 1st, in a 7-0 shutout of the Carolina Diamonds, she went 2-for-3 with three runs scored and an RBI
Presented with 2011 Female Achievement Award from Pop Warner recognizing woman who has demonstrated remarkable strength of character & leadership in attaining achievements in her life that inspire others...Blaste solo home run on August 4 that sparked Bandits offense and eventually led to Monica Abbott's perfect game in 5-0 victory over Akron...Finished 2011 season with a .288 batting average, .438 slugging percentage, .409 on-base percentage, and 11 runs scored...Signed with the Bandits in January 2011
Did not compete in the NPF
Selected by the Bandits in the second round of the 2009 NPF Senior Draft with the 10th overall pick...Posted a .340 batting average with 20 RBIs and a .557 slugging percentage...Named 2009 NPF Rookie of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year.
Started every game at shortstop during four years at Northwestern...Named 2006 first-team All-Big Ten and Big Ten Freshman of the Year...Named to Women's College World Series All-Tournament team two years in a row (2006, 2007)...Broke NU school record with a 24-game hitting streak during 2007 season...In 2007 she broke Northwestern single season records for hits (91), rusn (73) and total bases (155)...Named Big Ten Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009...In 2008 broke Northwestern single season records for batting average (.440) and on-base percentage (.538)...Named to 2009 Lowe's All-Senior All-America first team...One of six players in NCAA Division I history to have more runs scored than games played during career (235 runs, 232 games )...Broke Northwestern all-time home run record in 2009 with 56...Ranked in the Top-25 players in NCAA Division I history with 57 homeruns.
- Born Tammy Kay Williams
- Daughter of Neva Mallecoat and the late Everett Williams
- Fifth member of her family to play collegiate athletics
- Majored in human development and psycholoigcal services with a minor in business institutions at Northwestern