2016 | Senior | Game-by-Game
Hit safely in 14 of 15 games played and carried a .471 batting average before suffering season-ending injury…last played March 2 against Oklahoma State…started the season on a 13-game hitting streak…recorded eight multi-hit games…became program’s career triple leader at 13 with three-base hit against George Washington (Feb. 19)…will enter next season with 191 career hits, 36 shy of the program’s all-time record…matched career best with three runs scored against Central Michigan (Feb. 21) during the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic.
2015 | Junior
Started in 47 games, with all starts coming in center field … Led team with five multi-RBI games … Batted .320, third-highest on the team … 48 hits, second most on the team … Led team in stolen bases, finishing 16-for-18 (.889) … Compiled hitting streaks of at least six games three separate times during the season … Hit game-tying three-run home run in sixth inning at South Carolina (April 11) … Recorded four triples, tied for eighth in the SEC … 10 career triples ranks second in school history … Tallied a career-high four hits against Virginia (Feb. 21) … Matched a career-high with four RBIs against Texas (March 14) … Batted .273 in conference games, second-highest on the team … 13 multi-hit games, including three straight to end the season … Batted .556 in series against Texas (March 14-16), including six RBIs, a triple, and a home run
2014 | Sophomore
Started all 55 games of the season including 52 in center field…led Arkansas with 63 hits and four triples…second on the team with .348 batting average and nine doubles…registered a team-high 19 multi-hit games including four three-hit performances…five multi-RBI games…scored two or more runs in 10 games…registered a three-hit, three-RBI effort with first home run of the season in series finale against No. 20/17 Texas A&M (March 30)… perfect 10-for-10 in stolen bases…had two stolen bases at No. 4 Alabama (April 5)…was 2-for-3 with a walk and two runs scored in that game…2014 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2013 | Freshman
Stephanie Canfield had an excellent freshman season. She hit for a UA single season record .381. She was tied for first on the team with 56 hits and has helped spark a great Razorback offense. Her best game came against Murray State, going 4-for-4 with a homer, a double and four RBI. She also went 3-for-4 against Utah with a triple and an RBI. She followed the Utah game with another triple against Weber State. Canfield also played an excellent outfield and took away many hits last season. The freshman hit .636 in the NCAA Regional to push her to No. 1 all-time in the UA single-season record books.
Canfield carried a 4.2 GPA at St. Joseph Ogden High School in St. Joseph, Ill. She is a four year letter winner for the Spartans and held a career batting average of .561. Canfield became the Illinois High School Association all-time career hit and run leader with 277 hits 233 runs in spring 2012.
Born on May 30, 1994. Her parents are Doug and Susan Canfield and she has a brother, Shane (18). While her major is undecided she wants to help people and impact their lives upon graduation. She lists her favorite athlete as David Freese.