2008 (Junior): Played in 53 games and started 51 ... Split time between the outfield and designated player ... Bested her single-single RBI mark with 23 which was fourth best on the team ... Led the team with a .982 fielding percentage.
2007 (Sophomore):Named to the 2007 Spring Southern Conference's TIAA-CREF Academic All-Conference team ... Played in 46 games and started 29 ... Started 20 consecutive games before an injury sidelined her and limited her playing time the rest of the season ... Came in as a pinch hitter in the first round of the SoCon Tournament against Georgia Southern to deliver an RBI single in the top of the seventh inning for an insurance run ... Also hit an RBI single against Furman in the SoCon Tournament as a pinch hitter ... Had 25 hits in just 92 at bats.
2006 (Freshman): Played in 38 games making 26 starts (left field, 18; designated player, 4; right field, 2; second base, 1; and third base, 1) ... Finished with 12 hits on the season, five of which were for extra bases including one home run ... Drove in 13 runs ... Posted two multiple hit and three multiple RBI games including driving in three runs in a home win over Alabama A&M (3/18/06) ... Was one of four returning Catamounts to be awarded the SoCon's Commissioner's Medals ... Was also named to the SoCon's Honor Roll for the 2005-06 academic year.
High School: Was a three-time, All-Mountain Valley Conference selection ... Earned NCFSCA 2-A All-State honors as a senior, hitting .432 with a slugging percentage of .818 including seven HRs and 27 RBI ... Hit .460 as a junior, driving in 28 runs while scoring 29 and finished with a .477 batting average with seven doubles and a home run, tallying 14 RBI as a sophomore ... Is tied with Catamount teammate Heather Pritchard and one other individual in the North Carolina record books for home runs in a single-game, belting three versus Hibriten High on March 24, 2004 ... Was a member of the National Academic Honor Society and was also named an all-academic athlete ... Earned MVP honors for three-straight seasons from 2001-03 with her traveling club team, leading the squad with a .390 batting average and eight home runs ... Was a part of the 2003 North Carolina State Championship, as well as Little League of America Senior World Series in Louisville, Ky.
Personal: Full name is Elizabeth Nicole Hauser ... Daughter of Mike and Sarah Hauser ... Has a twin sister, Jessica ... Has not yet declared a major.