Kristina Foreman - Softball - Arkansas Razorbacks

#2 Kristina Foreman

2 | INF | Gr. | 5-5 | R/R | Tampa, Fla. | Berkeley Preparatory School / Duke

Career Highlights
All-SEC Second Team (2023)
*NFCA All-Southeast Region Second Team (2022)
*NFCA Scholar Athlete (2022)
*All-ACC Second Team (2022)
*All-ACC Tournament Team (2021, 2022)
*USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week (April 2, 2019)
*ACC Co-Player of the Week (April 2, 2019)
*All-ACC Academic Team (2019, 2021, 2022)
*ACC Honor Roll (2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, 2021-22)

*At Duke

2022 | Senior at Duke
Started 48 of 48 games played, almost exclusively at second base … Hit .398 with 15 home runs and 56 RBI … Broke her own program record to set a new single season high of 56 … Opened her season with three home runs and nine RBI in the first five games from Feb. 11-13 … Finished the month of February with seven home runs, including blasts against Elon and Army … Tallied a team-high 11 game hit streak from Apr. 2-23 … Had an enormous stretch in games against Virginia, James Madison and Liberty, with 12 RBI and nine hits over four games from Apr. 10-20 … Named the ACC’s All-Tournament Team after a towering home run in a win over Georgia Tech in the ACC quarterfinals … Drove in the first run of the NCAA Championships with a solo blast over UMBC on May 20 … Had one of the best games of her collegiate career in the NCAA Regional clinching win over Georgia on May 22, going 2-for-2 with five RBI, two doubles and a walk, good for the most RBI by any Blue Devil in an NCAA Championship game … Hit .600 with a home run and nine RBI over the NCAA Regional as a whole.

2021 | Junior at Duke
Started 55 of 56 games played, primarily at second base … put together a .286 clip with 44 hits, including 10 doubles and 12 home runs, 42 RBIs and 10 stolen bases … set single-season program records in home runs and RBIs … stellar series at NC State (May 7-9), going 6-for-14 with eight RBIs and four home runs … nearly went hit for the cycle against Virginia on March 13, tallying three hits – double, triple and home run – with four RBIs.

2020 | Sophomore at Duke
Started in 12 of 21 games played during the shortened season … compiled a .311 batting average with 14 hits, including six extra-base hits, six RBIs and three stolen bases … opened the season on a four-game hit streak with two hits in the first three contests … season-best performance versus Campbell on Feb. 19, going 3-for-5 with two RBIs and a double.

2019 | Freshman at Duke
Saw action in all 56 games her rookie year, drawing 50 starts … Led the Blue Devils with 32 runs batted in … Turned in 33 hits, 32 RBI, 19 runs scored, six home runs, four doubles and a pair of triples … Her six home runs tied for the team lead … Went 5-for-6 in stolen bases … Paced the Blue Devils with 10 multi-RBI games, while also tallying eight multi-hit showings … Opened her collegiate career with a two-RBI double in her first at-bat, helping seal Duke’s 7-3 victory against Notre Dame (Feb. 7) … Made her first-career start the next day against South Carolina (Feb. 8), starting behind the plate and going 1-for-3 … Picked up her first multi-hit performance in Duke’s win at Campbell on Feb. 13, going 3-for-4 with two runs scored and one RBI while tallying the first triple and home run of her career … Her home followed Caroline Jacobsen’s in the fifth, giving Duke back-to-back home runs for the first time in program history … Went 2-for-4 with two runs driven home in Duke’s win against Charleston Southern on March 3 to close out the Duke Invitational … Capped her first ACC series with two hits, three RBI and a double against North Carolina (March 8-9) … Sparked the Blue Devils’ offense in the series-clinching win against Pitt on March 16, knocking in three runs with her second triple of the season … Set a career high with five runs batted in behind a 2-for-3 showing at Virginia (March 24), recording a double and a homer in the process … Turned in a monster weekend at Georgia Tech en route to becoming the first player in program history to each USA Softball National Player of the Week and ACC Player of the Week honors … Finished the weekend 7-for-11 with three RBI, two home runs and six runs scored.

High School
A standout at Berkeley Preparatory School under head coach Dayna Crawford, capping her career by being named the team MVP and the BPS Female Athlete of the Year … The shortstop/catcher was fire at the plate, putting together a .500-plus clip in each of her four seasons with the Buccaneers … Her junior year featured a .568 average with 25 hits, 21 runs batted in and eight home runs while striking out just once, landing her FCA All-State First Team honors … Also posted a scorching .642 on-base percentage … Earned All-County First Team and All-Tampa Second Team honors, as well as being bestowed the Most Valuable Player award for Berkeley Prep softball … Sophomore season featured her first .500-.600 campaign, as she posted a .537 average at the plate and a .640 OBP … Her 36 hits, 35 runs batted in and 27 runs scored, as well as not striking out once, led her to being tabbed the FCA 4A State Player of the Year … A .537 batting average with 44 hits, 34 runs and 21 RBI headlined a standout freshman campaign, leading her to being named to the FCA All-State Team … Started on the varsity squad in 2013 at age 12 and earned her first all-state honor a year later in 2014 … Was also tabbed honorable mention on the Tampa Tribune’s All-Hillsborough County Team that year … On the travel ball scene, spent the 2012-16 seasons as a member of the Tampa Mustangs, leading her squad to appearances in the 2013 and 2014 ASA 14U Nationals and the 2015 ASA 16U South Nationals title … Most recently played for the East Cobb Bullets alongside fellow signee Angie Biele, using her all-around dominance to help the Bullets place fifth in the 2017 PGF Nationals … Also made a third-place showing in the 2017 Junior Olympic Cup … A member of the varsity squad since 2013 … Recently honored with the Girls Berkeley Basketball Coaches Award for her outstanding play and was named the program’s best defensive player.

Born Kristina Nicole Foreman on Feb. 5, 2001 in Largo, Fla. … Working towards her MBA at Arkansas …. Double-majored at Duke, receiving a B.S. in Biology and B.S. in Evolution Anthropology … Wants to run her own medical practice one day … Daughter of Christopher and Cynathia Foreman  … Has two brothers, Daniel and Christopher … Daniel played basketball at Quinnipiac University from 2014-16 and is currently a graduate assistant at Jacksonville University … Her grandfather, Nathaniel Harris, was a member of the swimming and diving program at Howard University from 1970-74 … Off the field, has been involved in a number of organizations at Berkeley Prep, including the Berkeley Orchestra Club, Berkeley Jolly Rogers (spirit club mascot), Berkeley Diversity Club, Medical Science Club, Guides Program and being a member of the Science Team and Berkeley History Bowl.