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2017: Academic All-MAC … MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete ... appeared in 47 games, making 35 starts primarily at right field … batted .357 (15-of-42) in successfully advancing runners … recorded a hit and RBI in a 5-1 extra-inning loss to Ohio State (2/12) … went 2-of-3 with three RBI in a 10-2 victory over Harford (3/3) … notched a double in a 5-1 win over USC Upstate (3/10) … posted at least a hit in each game vs. Bowling Green (3/24-3/25) … recorded an RBI-triple into right center in a 9-1 win against Northern Illinois (4/22).
2016: Appeared in eight games, starting two as an outfielder … stole a base and scored a run in 10-0 win over St. Bonaventure in Mercer Invitational (2/13) … hit a pinch-hit home run in 11-1 loss to No. 25 Texas A&M in Mary Nutter Tournament (2/19) … had a hit in 12-4 loss to Arkansas in Mary Nutter Tournament (2/21).
2014: Led the team in stolen bases (18) ... had two hits and a run against UT Arlington (2/15) ... had three hits and four RBIs in a 12-2 win over Northern Kentucky (2/21) ... had three hits including a triple, a run and two RBIs in a 6-1 win over Yale (3/16) ... had two RBIs and two hits in a 5-1 win over Oakland (4/9) ... had two RBIs and a home run in a 5-6 loss to Kent State (4/13) ... had two hits and an RBI in a 5-3 win over Bowling Green (4/25).
2013: Made 27 appearances and 13 starts ... recorded nine hits and six runs ... first hit against Hampton (2/16) ... had a hit and an RBI against Buffalo (4/5) ... had two hits against Kent State (4/7) ... had a hit against NIU in the MAC Tournament (5/10).
High School: Lorimer earned first team all-conference, first team all-area, first team all-district and first team all-region during her sophomore and junior seasons ... named Michigan's Miss Softball for a position player in 2012 ... earned all-state honorable mention at first base in 2011 ... finished her high school career with a .490 batting average, .968 fielding percentage, 99 RBI, 180 home runs, 183 stolen bases and finished with the single-season state record with 92 stolen bases.