Miranda has her name in more than a few record books during her collegiate career. She is WKU’s first-ever First Team All-American. She was a two-time All-Tournament selection and C-USA MVP, a three-time All-Conference honoree, and a three-time National Pitcher/Player of the Week. She was WKU’s first-ever player drafted in the NPF in the sixth round to the Pennsylvania Rebellion in 2015 where she saw 30 appearances, earning 80 strikeouts over 100.1 innings of work, while giving up only 37 walks. Kramer finished her collegiate career with an 84-35 record and 1.68 ERA to go with 1,204 strikeouts, 38 shutouts, 185 earned runs, and seven saves in 771.1 innings pitched. She is WKU’s all-time leader in hits allowed per seven innings (2.88), strikeouts per seven innings (12.6), and opponent batting average (.123). The lefty ranks second in WKU’s career records with .722 winning percentage and 1.24 ERA…third with a 21.2 consecutive scoreless inning streak and fifth with 439 strikeouts. Miranda is ranked 39th in NCAA history with 1, 204 career strikeouts.