- 2014 USA Softball Player of the Year Top 50 Watch List
- 2014 Preseason All-SEC
- 2013 NFCA All-America 2nd Team
- 2013 NFCA All-South Region 1st Team
- 2013 SEC All-Freshman Team
2014 (SOPHOMORE): Contributed 16 hits – including four doubles and five home runs – on the year … Scored 43 runs and added 23 RBI … Drew 14 walks … Hit the first grand slam of her career against Sam Houston State (April 16).
2013 (FRESHMAN): Had a banner freshman campaign in her first season at A&M ... Became the first Aggie freshman since 2010 to garner All-America honors (2nd Team) ... Named to the All-SEC Freshmen Team as a utility player ... NFCA All-South Region First Team as a utility player ... Started 54 games and made 57 appearances ... Led the team in batting average (.362), runs (48), RBI (58), home runs (21), extra-base hits (32), on base (.439) and slugging (.855) percentages ... Second on the team in hits with 55 ... Posted 13 multi-hit games, 18 multi-RBI games and three multi-home run games ... Ten games with three or more RBI, including two games with five RBI ... Season featured an eight game hit-streak from April 16 to May 3 ... Made her debut and earned her first hit against Long Beach State (Feb. 8) ... Went 3-for-5 with three RBI and two home runs against UCLA (Feb. 10) ... Went 2-for-2 with two home runs and five RBI against SELU (Feb. 24) ... Tied a season-high with three hits, three runs, five RBI and two homers against Texas State (April 16).
HIGH SCHOOL: Led Montgomery High School to three state championships and was named a 2011 TGCA All-State catcher ... Selected to the District 17-4A first team for two straight years and Academic All-District for three years in a row ... Chosen as the District 18-4A Newcomer of the Year as a freshman and honored as part of the ESPN RISE Top 100 that same year ... Was active in the student council, National Honors Society, Montgomery Cotillion and Mu Alpha Theta Math Club ... Played club softball for the Texas Eclipse.
PERSONAL: Cali Jane Lanphear was born August 15, 1993 to Mark and Deborah Lanphear ... The first-generation Aggie is a sport management major, and is minoring in business ... Likes to eat and travel in her spare time ... Chose Texas A&M because of the “family atmosphere, great coaching staff, respected softball team and morals and values that you can’t find anywhere else”.