Career Honors & Awards
Sophomore Season 
Lockman posted a 20-5 record with a 2.08 ERA in 165.0 innings as a sophomore. She tossed seven shutouts and added her first career save, while striking out 110 batters. Lockman’s .800 winning percentage was the second-best mark by a sophomore in school history, and her 20 victories and seven shutouts ranked fourth. Overall, Lockman posted the eighth-best season winning percentage in school history. Among all pitchers in 2014, Lockman ranked 36th nationally in shutouts, 48th in wins and 73rd in ERA. Lockman also tossed a pair of one-hitters, three two-hitters and one three-hitter.
In Big Ten Conference play, Lockman was 7-1 with a 1.98 ERA in 56.2 innings. She tied for the league lead with four shutouts during the conference season, while her 1.98 ERA ranked second among all pitchers who threw at least 50.0 innings in Big Ten play. Lockman then went on to post a 2-1 record with a 1.95 ERA in the NCAA Tournament, including a win in the NCAA Regional final victory at No. 15 Missouri.
Lockman excelled against ranked opponents for the second straight season in 2014. In addition to her postseason win over Missouri, Lockman earned victories over No. 6 Washington, No. 13 Oklahoma and No. 23 Northwestern, while each of her five losses came to top-20 opponents. Lockman was also twice honored as the Big Ten Pitcher of the Week in 2014.
Her first accolade came following the second week of the season, when Lockman went 3-0 with two shutouts and a 0.30 ERA at the Hilton Houston Plaza Classic. Her second honor came nearly two months later, when Lockman was recognized after posting a 3-0 record with a 0.47 ERA the week of April 7. The highlight of that weekend was a one-hitter and a two-hitter against Iowa. Lockman also combined on a shutout against Northern Iowa in mid-week action.
Lockman’s second pitcher-of-the-week selection ignited an outstanding finish for the right-hander. Beginning with the combined shutout against UNI, Lockman posted an 8-1 record with a 1.26 ERA over her final 11 appearances. She was even better as a starter during that stretch, posting an 8-0 record with a 1.11 ERA in her 10 starts. Lockman tossed four shutouts in her final 10 starts, while allowing more than one earned run only once. Lockman won her final 10 decisions as starter, but she saw her overall 10-game winning streak snapped when she allowed two runs in 5.0 innings of relief in a 12-inning loss at No. 2 Alabama in the NCAA Super Regional.
In the month of April, Lockman posted a 6-0 record with four shutouts and a 0.62 ERA. During that stretch, she picked up her first career save by tossing a scoreless seventh inning against Creighton on April 2.
Lockman also earned the first at bats of her career as a sophomore, going 2-for-9 with a pair of walks and a run scored. All of her offensive work came in a two-week stretch in mid-March. She went 1-for-2 with a walk in each of her first two games in the lineup against Jackson State on March 14 and Northern Illinois on March 15. Lockman also fared well defensively in 2014, posting a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in 55 chances in the circle.
Off the field, Lockman earned a spot on Nebraska’s 2014 Tom Osborne Citizenship Team.
Freshman Season 
Lockman posted a 15-6 record in 2013 with a 1.78 ERA in 157.2 innings. She allowed only 29 extra-base hits, while limiting opposing hitters to a .226 average. Lockman added four shutouts and 15 complete games, while making 25 starts and appearing in 28 total games. Her numbers ranked among the best marks by a freshman in school history. Lockman’s ERA was the fourth-lowest by a freshman in school history, and she excelled while shouldering an unusual workload for a freshman. Her 157.2 innings were the fifth-most by a freshman in school history, but were the most since Voss threw a record 295.1 innings in 1997.
Overall, Lockman ranked 46th nationally in ERA, including fourth among all freshmen. In the Big Ten, Lockman ranked second in ERA, seventh in opponent batting average and tied for ninth in wins. She allowed the fewest runs (49) of any Big Ten pitcher who threw at least 100 innings in 2013, allowing 23 fewer runs than any other pitcher.
Lockman was at her best against the top competition. She went 2-2 against top-10 opponents with a 2.17 ERA in 38.2 innings. She was 2-1 in her three complete games against top-10 foes with an impressive 1.05 ERA, including road victories at No. 1 Oklahoma and No. 3 Oregon. Lockman tossed a seven-hit shutout against the national champions in early March, snapping OU’s season-opening 17-game win streak. She was one of only four pitchers to defeat Oklahoma in 2013, and one of only two to shut out the powerful Sooner lineup. Her superb effort against OU marked Nebraska’s second win over a No. 1 team in school history, but its first road win over a top-ranked opponent. In the NCAA Tournament, Lockman made three appearances against top-10 teams, posting a 1-1 record with a 2.23 ERA.
Lockman also excelled against Big Ten competition, posting a 5-2 record with a 2.57 ERA in league play. She tossed 5.0 innings and did not allow an earned run in a complete-game victory over Northwestern in her Big Ten debut, then picked up both of Nebraska’s wins at Iowa two weeks later. She earned a spot on the Big Ten All-Tournament team after winding up on the losing end of a 1-0 decision against Minnesota, when she allowed only one run and three hits. Two of Lockman’s six defeats on the season were 1-0 setbacks.
Overall, Lockman allowed one earned run or less in 15 of her 28 appearances, while her fourth and final shutout of the season was a two-hit shutout over in-state rival Creighton on April 24, when she struck out seven, her fourth-highest total of the year. Her highest strikeout total was 11 against Wichita State on March 9, while she also struck out nine in the win over Northwestern. Lockman struck out nine Aggies in a six-inning no-hitter against Utah State on Feb. 16 in just her fourth career start. She was the first Husker freshman to throw a no-hitter since Summer Tobias in 2003, and Lockman recorded her first career no-hitter earlier than any other pitcher in school history.
Defensively, Lockman committed one error in 31 chances to post a .968 fielding percentage.
Lockman won CIF Southern Section Division I championships as a freshman and a senior. In her final season, Lockman earned the decision in every game and led Norco to the No. 1 final national ranking for the first time in school history.
Lockman was consistently recognized as one of California’s top pitchers. In addition to the honors from her stellar senior season in 2012, Lockman was one of only 10 pitchers named to the MaxPreps California all-state first team in 2011, which honors players regardless of class. Lockman was also one of only eight pitchers named to the ESPNHS all-underclass first team, in addition to being a second-team overall all-state selection.
Lockman ended her career with a 74-19 record with a 0.89 ERA in 597.1 innings, as she allowed only 76 earned runs in her career. She struck out 486 batters and walked only 97, posting a strikeout-to-walk ratio of better than 5-to-1. Offensively, Lockman owned a career batting average above .375 with 27 doubles, 11 home runs and 133 RBIs.
In a superb senior season, Lockman posted a 31-2 record with a 0.35 ERA, as she allowed only 11 earned runs in 220.0 innings. Lockman added 145 strikeouts and walked just 11 to post an impressive strikeout-to-walk ratio of better than 13-to-1. She surrendered only 111 hits in her 220.0 innings, an average of only 3.5 hits per game, while tossing 21 shutouts in 33 games. The 21 shutouts were a school record, breaking the previous mark set by Teagan Gerhart, a three-time All-Pac-12 pitcher who completed her career at Stanford in 2013. Lockman’s 31 wins also set an Inland record and tied for the third-most victories in a season in southern section history. In five playoff games, Lockman tossed three shutouts and allowed only one earned run.
As a junior, Lockman earned all-area, all-league and All-CIF Southern Section honors while posting a 21-7 record with a 1.08 ERA and 154 strikeouts. As a sophomore in her first season as Norco’s ace, Lockman earned first-team all-state underclass, first-team all-league, first-team all-area and second-team All-CIF Southern Section honors. That season she posted a 20-10 record with a 1.30 ERA and 187 strikeouts in 202.0 innings.
As a freshman, Lockman contributed to Norco’s southern section championship by posting a 2-0 record with a 1.56 ERA, while earning honorable-mention all-area honors.
In the summer, Lockman helped the Corona Angels continue their run as one of the nation’s premier club programs. In addition to her sophomore teammate Dawna Tyson, Lockman joined a Nebraska roster that features former Angels Tatum and Taylor Edwards. The Angels are coached by Dawna’s father, Marty. Lockman helped the Angels win the ASA 18-and-under Champions Cup in both 2010 and 2011. She was also part of the Angels squad that finished third at the 2010 Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championship. Lockman posted two top-three finishes at nationals with the Angels’ 14-and-under team and won ASA Nationals in 2005.
Individually, Lockman attended the invitation-only OnDeck Softball All-Stars National Elite-64 Futures Camp in both 2008 and 2009.