2010 Was one of five CSU players to start all 49 games and one of six to start all 15 conference games...Led the team and ranked third in the MWC with a .400 batting average...Led the team and tied for fourth in the MWC in home runs with 11...Recorded 38 RBI and ranked fifth in the conference in runs scored (44)...Led the team with a .655 slugging percentage and .460 on-base percentage...Garnered an .896 fielding percentage with 69 putouts and ranked eighth in the MWC in assists with 95...Had a 12-game hitting streak during the last month of the season...Hit a team-best .553 in conference games with seven home runs, 18 runs scored and 15 RBI...In conference action, ranked first in the MWC in batting average, slugging percentage (1.106), on-base percentage (.607), hits (26) and total bases (52)...Named to the National Fastpitch Coaches' Association/Louisville Slugger all-Pacific region second team...Named to the all-MWC team...Candidate for MWC Player of the Year.
2009 Played and started in 51 games at shortstop for the Rams in her sophomore campaign...Was the only player to start all 51 games and one of three players to start all 15 conference games...Led the teamand ranked fifth in the MWC with a .372 overall batting average...Ranked second on the team and tied for eighth in the MWC with 11 doubles...Led the team with three triples and six home runs...Recorded 26 RBI and ranked second in the conference with 44 runs scored...Hit .485 with runners in scoring position and tallied 15 two-out RBI...Ranked eighth in the MWC with a .576 slugging percentage and a .440 on-base percentage...Finished the season 7-for-8 in stolen-base attempts...Garnered a .911 fielding percentage with 64 putouts and ranked second in the MWC with 121 assists...Hit .377 in conference action with two doubles, a triple and three homers while tallying a team-best 33 RBI...Ranked third in the MWC during conference action with 15 runs scored and ranked eighth in the MWC during conference play with a .623 slugging percentage...Recorded a season-high two doubles against Nevada (March 18)...Recorded a season-high four hits against UC Riverside (Feb. 13)...Finished the season with 14 two-hit games, five three-hit games and one four-hit performance...Earned a spot on the all-MWC team.
2008 Played and started in all 51 games for the Rams in her freshman season...Hit .374 on the season, second on the team...Led the team with 16 doubles on the season...Ranked 28th nationally with 0.31 doubles per game...Hit six round-trippers during the season and knocked in 38 RBI to rank second on the team...Scored 44 runs to rank second on the team...Recorded a .585 slugging percentage with a .443 on-base percentage...Notched a career- and season-high four RBI against UC Riverside (Feb. 22)...Recorded a career- and season-high two home runs against No. 8 Oklahoma (March 14)...Hit .324 in conference play with six doubles, a home run and 12 RBI...In the field, recorded an .897 fielding percentage with 74 putouts and 143 assists at shortstop.
Broomfield Was a two-sport athlete for the Broomfield Eagles in Broomfield, Colo. ...Earned four varsity letters in softball under head coach Paula Seifreid...Member of the Skyline League champion team in 2003...Was named all-state honorable mention all four years...Named to the all-region team in 2003, 2005 and 2006...Named varsity captain in 2006...Played club softball for the Colorado Stars Gold.
Personal Full name is Caitlan Marie Stem...Born on Jan. 28, 1989...Daughter of Tom and Nancy Stem...Has one sister, Kristi...Nickname is Bug...Favorite food is meat...Favorite athlete is Michael Jordan...Majoring in communication studies.