2012 (Jr.): Earned third letter at Ball State ... helped guide the Cardinals to just their third Mid-American Conference regular season title in program history with a 40-15 (17-3 MAC) record ... played in 34 games, earning 28 starts at catcher ... posted a .145 batting average with eight hits in 55 at bats ... also drew 17 walks to finish the year with a .347 on base percentage ... recorded her first career triple in the second game of a doubleheader versus Purdue (April 12) ... drove in a season-high two runs versus Loyola (March 17) with a two-run double ... also tallied doubles versus Nicholls State (Feb. 18) and in the second game at Miami (April 15) ... recorded a .978 fielding percentage with 117 putouts and 19 assists while committing just three errors ... gunned down 13 runners attempting to steal and led the MAC among catchers who faced 12-or-more stolen base attempts with a .419 (13-for-31) success rate in throwing out runners.
2011 (So.): Earned second letter at Ball State by playing in 27 games, including making 19 starts at catcher ... posted a .176 batting average with six hits in 34 at bats ... drove in five RBI, while scoring a pair of runs ... turned in a career day in the second game of a doubleheader at Dayton (March 24) with three hits and four RBI ... went two-for-two in stolen bases ... posted a .990 fielding percentage with 86 putouts and 12 assists in 99 chances, while committing just one error.
2010 (Fr.): Helped guide Ball State to the program's second-consecutive MAC Regular Season Championship, as well as the MAC Tournament Championship and a berth in the NCAA Tournament ... earned first letter at Ball State by playing in 29 games, including 26 starts at catcher and one as the designated player ... recorded a .190 batting average with 12 hits in 63 at bats ... blasted a pair of home runs and a pair of doubles ... logged her first career grand slam versus Northern Illinois in the MAC Tournament ... her four RBI in the game are a career-high ... finished the season with nine RBI and four runs scored ... collected a pair of hits in two games ... turned in a .984 fielding percentage with 175 putouts and 12 assists in 190 chances, while committing just three errors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Doug Robinson at Rockwood Summit ... helped team win the Missouri State Championship as a sophomore and a first-place conference finish as a senior ... became the sixth player in school history to have her jersey retired in the Rockwood Summit Hall of Fame ... all-region, all-district and all-conference for three consecutive years ... named all-state as a senior ... overall career record is 90-21 and her senior year batting average was .378 ... voted defensive player of the year for three consecutive years.
PERSONAL: Daughter of J.D. and Jackie Robertson ... has one brother, Stuart ... born Feb. 5, 1991, in Effingham, Ill. ... full name is Sadie Rashae Robertson ... majoring in secondary education... maintains a 3.320 grade-point average.