Lady Techsters confident in 2014
Softball leads the way with 10 honorees
Lady Techsters, Rebels play doubleheader in Ruston
Lady Techsters host Ole Miss Wednesday
Krueger has big day at plate for Lady Techsters
Photos from Louisiana Tech's 1-0 win over UT Arlington in the 2013 WAC Softball Tournament in Ruston, La.
2013: Named second team all-state by the LSWA ... Named Academic All-WAC ... Played in all 53 games, making 52 starts for Tech at third base and in the circle ... Batted .300 on the year with 45 hits in 150 at bats ... Had four doubles ... Scored 17 runs and drove in 26 ... Was 2-of-2 in stolen bases ... Walked 13 times while striking out only 10 ... Committed only five errors in 127 opportunities in the field ... Was 1-2 in the circle with a 6.27 earned run average ... Had one save ... Threw 25.2 innings while allowing 37 hits, 10 walks and 23 earned runs ... Totaled eight multi-hit games and five multi-RBI games ... Had a career-high four hits and three RBI in a win over Southern ... Registered three hits and two RBI in a win over NCAA Tournament participant Northwestern State ... Was 3-for-3 with two RBI in win over UL-Monroe ... Had the game-winning hit and picked up the win in the circle in a victory over WAC champion and NCAA Tournament participant San Jose State ...
2012: Named Preseason All-WAC ... Named to the LSU Tiger Classic All-Tournament team ... Named WAC Hitter of the Week (Feb. 26) ... Started all 58 games for Louisiana Tech, playing first base, second base, third base, DP and pitcher ... Batted .277 with 43 hits in 155 at bats ... Totaled five doubles and three home runs ... Scored 21 runs and drove in 29 ... Walked 38 times while only striking out 14 ... The 38 walks were the second most in Tech history ... Was 3-4 in the circle with a 1.96 ERA ... Tossed 53.2 innings allowing 57 hits and 23 walks ... Struck out 13 ... Recorded 12 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games ... Registered a team-best 18 game reaching base safely streak ... Homered against Nevada, New Mexico State and Samford ... Had a season-high three RBI in win at Southern Mississippi ... Scored a career-high three runs in win over Utah State ... Made starts in the circle against national powers Hawaii, UL-Lafayette and Baylor ... Picked up wins in the circle against Southern Miss, New Mexico State and Nevada ... Threw a complete-game win over New Mexico State, allowing only one unearned run ... Tossed 5.0 innings against UL-Lafayette, allowing only one earned run ...
2011: Named Academic all-WAC ... Named second team all-WAC ... Named first team all-state by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Named to the all-tournament teams at LSU Tiger Classic, Mississippi State Round Robin and North Texas Courtyard Marriott ... Started all 56 games, making 28 starts at first base, 23 at designated player, three at pitcher, one at shortstop and one at third base ... Recorded a .292 batting average with 45 hits in 154 at bats ... Totaled eight doubles, one triple and five home runs ... Recorded a team-high 28 runs scored and 22 RBI ... Walked 30 times and struck out only 18 ... Her 30 walks were the fifth most in a single season in Techster history ... Was 4-of-5 on stolen bases ... In the circle, was 1-3 with a 4.72 earned run average ... Tossed 26.2 innings allowing 41 hits and only five walks while striking out 11 ... Totaled 10 multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games ... Had a career-high three hits in wins over San Jose State and Utah State ... Registered a career-high three RBI in win over Utah State ... Hit home runs against Bowling Green, Southern Illinois, McNeese State, Nevada and San Jose State ... Tossed a complete-game shutout in a 1-0 win over Hawaii while striking out a career-high four batters ...
2010: Named Academic All-WAC ... Saw action in 26 games, making 22 starts at second base or designated player ... Also made three starts in the circle and a total of 10 appearances ... Recorded a .268 batting average with 15 hits in 56 at bats ... Totaled three doubles and two home runs ... Scored five runs while driving in three ... Registered a .429 slugging percentage and a .339 on-base percentage ... In the circle, she recorded a mark of 3-1 with a 4.65 earned run average ... Worked 37.2 innings in the circle, allowing 52 hits and 12 walks while striking out 10 ... Registered her first collegiate home run in a victory at Texas-Arlington ... Also hit a solo home run against Top 25 Hawaii ... Totaled a career-high three hits in a win over Grambling State ... In the circle, finished the year strong allowing only four earned runs over the final 19.2 innings of work ... Won her final three starts of the year ... Her first collegiate win came against Boise State, allowing only one earned run on six hits in the complete-game performance ... Her best performance of the season came in the finale as she defeated Fresno State 3-1, allowing only one runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out two in the victory ...
High School: Lettered four years for coach Ed McQuade at Greenway High School in Phoenix ... Helped lead the Demons to four straight 4A conference championship titles and three straight regional championships ... Led Greenway to the state 4A II championship game as a senior ... Pitched Greenway to the 4A II State championship as a junior ... Named 4A Conference first team all-region as a freshman and sophomore ... Was an AIA Scholar Athlete for four years ... Was honorable mention all-state as a sophomore and first team all-state as a junior ... Was the 4A II Region Player of the Year as a junior ... Named the Female Athlete of the Year at her high school as a senior ... Batted .667 with 36 hits, 28 runs, 28 RBIs as a junior ... Recorded a mark of 15-5 in the circle as a junior with a 0.16 earned run average while registering 160 strikeouts and only 18 walks ... Batted .516 as a sophomore with 36 hits, 28 runs and 26 RBIs ... Plays travel ball with the Arizona Sun Cats 18U and head coach Matt Smith ... Participated in the ASA Nationals for four years ... Finished second at the Gold ASA Nationals for 16U ... Was the state champions for the Arizona ASA "A" 18U ... Member of the National Honor Society ...
Personal: Full name is Janna Marlene Frandrup ... Daughter of James and Dana Frandrup ... Has two brothers, Jared and Jordan ... Born Dec. 18, 1990 in Phoenix.