2011: Stafford came on strong as the season progressed. She nabbed fourth place finishes in both the 200 and 400 meters at the LSC Championships. She set her personal record in the 200 in the conference finals with a time of 24.83 and ran the fifth fastest time in school history in the 400 meters at the Angelo State Relays with a time of 56.80. She won the 400 meters at the McMurry Invitational. She was solid during the indoor season running the 200 meters in 26.06 and the 400 meters in 59.79.
2010: Stafford was the team's top sprinter as a true freshman. She only ran the 100 meters one time clocking a 12.94 at the Border Olympics. In the 200 meters, she broke 26 seconds on three occasions with a top time of 25.39 at the Angelo State Relays. She anchored both the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams at the LSC Championships. The 4x100 team finished fourth in a time of 48.08 while the 4x400 also took fourth in a time of 3:57.49. During the indoor season she competed in the 60 and 200 meter dashes.
High School: Stafford competed in volleyball and track at Victoria Memorial HS. She earned all-district honors in both sports. She was a four-time regional qualifier and a part of three district championship teams. She earned academic all-district honors and was the Prom Queen.
Personal: Stafford is the daughter of Harvey Stafford and Elizabeth Hayes and is studying Biomedical Sciences.