Career Accolades

  • All-Pac-12 third team (2023)
  • CSC Academic All-District (2023)
  • Three-time Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll (2021, 2022, 2023)

As a Junior (2023)

  • All-Pac-12 third team
  • CSC Academic All-District
  • Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll
  • Made 20 appearances in the circle with 11 starts
    • Posted a 9-4 record, racking up 74 strikeouts in 82.1 innings
  • Fifth in the Pac-12 with five shutouts and 5.02 hits allowed
  • Sixth in the conference with a 2.21 ERA
  • Tossed a no-hitter with a career-high nine strikeouts versus Nevada (Feb. 24)
  • Matched her career-high, fanning nine batters in a win over Villanova (March 4)
  • Turned in her third career no-hitter at Cal State Fullerton (March 29), tallying seven strikeouts in five innings
  • Notched eight strikeouts in a win over No. 20 Arizona (April 7)

As a Sophomore (2022)

  • Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll
  • Turned in a breakout campaign, going 11-4 with a team-best 1.66 ERA in 26 appearances with 17 starts
    • Struck out 77 in 109.2 innings with four shutouts in five complete games, picking up a save
  • Threw a no-hitter against Mount St. Mary's (Feb. 25), striking out four to one walk in 5.0 innings
  • Picked up the win in relief against Middle Tennessee State
  • Struck out six in a win over UIC
  • Ended the weekend with a two-hit shutout against Fresno State, striking out six
  • Went the distance against Ball State, striking out four in the win
  • Picked up her first career save in the seventh inning against Utah
  • Earned the win in relief to upset No. 2/3 UCLA, striking out five to two hits in 5.1 innings
  • Struck out a season-high seven in a six-inning shutout over Pacific
  • Picked up the run-rule shutout over Arizona on the road for the first victory in Tucson since 2012
  • Did not allow a run over her final three appearances, including two in the postseason
  • Held Alabama scoreless during the NCAA Tournament in a five-inning start
  • Came on in relief against Oregon State to hold the Beavers scoreless over the final five innings

As a Freshman (2021)

  • Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll
  • Went 7-7 in her debut season, making 19 starts in 21 appearances
  • Was second on the staff with a 2.64 ERA, striking out 74 in 90.0 innings
  • Ranked in the top 10 in the Pac-12 in wins, innings pitched, ERA and strikeouts
  • Pitched seven complete games and picked up one save
  • Struck out a career-high eight batters in the 1-0 win over Nevada, allowing only three hits (March 5)
  • Shutout Utah in a six-inning victory, striking out five batters to give Jessica Allister her 100th victory as the Stanford head coach (March 28)
  • Didn’t allow an earned run in a seven-inning, one-hit game against California Baptist (Feb. 28)
  • Picked up the save on the road at BYU, throwing three no-hit innings in relief, allowing only a lone walk (March 24)

Prior to Stanford

  • 2020 graduate of Pontiac Township High School in Pontiac, Ill.
  • Guided her team to the Cornbelt Conference championship (2017) and two Illinois High School Association 3A regional titles (2018-19)
  • Led team to the Illini Prairie Conference championship and a sectional title (2019)
  • Two-time Illinois Coaches Association 3A All-State first team (2018-19)
  • Three-time all-conference (2017-19)
  • Three-time Team MVP (2017-19)
  • Stan Wuebbens Senior Athletic Award (2020)
  • Illini Prairie Conference Senior Athlete Award (2020)
  • Also competed in volleyball and swimming

Club Competition

  • Competed for Midland Magic (2017) and Beverly Bandits (2018-20)
  • 16u Premier Girls Fastpitch Champion (2019)
  • Ninth-place finish at 16u Premier Girls Fastpitch Nationals (2018)
  • No. 8 player on the 2019 Extra Innings Softball Class of 2020 list
  • FloSoftball 16u PGF Nationals Tournament MVP Pitcher (2019)
  • FloSoftball 16u PGF all-tournament (2019)


  • Daughter of Amy and Jake Krause
    • Mother played softball at Illinois State and earned the Redbird Award - awarded to the athlete who best represents the characteristics of the Athletic Department
    • Father played baseball at Olivet Nazarene University while earning team MVP and all-region honors
  • Has two sisters, Elena and Courtney
  • Raised and showed sheep at local fairs while growing up on her family farm