Leopards are coming off Patriot League Tournament Appearance
Season comes to end vs. No. 2 Army
Lafayette to play second-round game on Friday at 1:30 p.m.
Lafayette splits doubleheader with Bucknell to claim final tournament spot
Lafayette splits Saturday twinbill with Bucknell
Patriot League Tournament
Photos by Teddy Weiss
Photos by Rick Smith
Photos by Chuck Zovko
Lafayette Softball 4/10/12
2011: Started in 41 of 42 games in which she played right field...had a .279 batting average with 12 RBI and four extra-base hits...scored 11 runs and stole three bases...registered multiple hits in 11 games...had a .355 on base percentage and a .333 slugging percentage...drove in runs against Seton Hall, Holy Cross, Wagner, and Bucknell...homered to help the Leopards grab a 15-1 win over Wagner... hit an average of .387 with runners in scoring position, going 13-for-31...one of 13 Lafayette players selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2010: Started 41 of 42 games in which she played, playing in leftfield...had a .133 batting with three RBI and three extra-base hits... scored seven runs and stole three bases...had hits in 14 games...drove in runs against Niagara, Penn and Holy Cross...singled and later scored the game-winning run in the seventh in a 2-1 win over Wagner (3/24).
2009: Started 42 of 45 games...hit for a .196 average with 18 hits and five RBI...connected on first career hit against Virginia (3/8)...collected two RBI against Wagner (3/17) with a bunt and a sacrifice fly...went 2-for-3 against Wisconsin-Green Bay (3/19)...scored first career run against St. Peter's (3/20) to tie game in regulation...hit .333 in Bucknell series (4/4-4/5)...scored one of team's two runs in third game against Holy Cross (4/19)...went 2-for-4, scored game-tying run and drove in two RBI in eighth inning in third contest versus Colgate (4/26)...went 1-for-2 and scored against St. Peter's (4/29).
High School: Four-year varsity letter winner and served as team captain during her final two seasons...named Mount Vernon's Offensive M.V.P. while earning All-WESCO Second-Team honors...played on the Breeze 18 Gold Squad in the ASA summer ball league...lettered four years in basketball where she was a two-time defensive M.V.P...also a three year letter winner for the Mount Vernon volleyball team...National honor Society member; graduated with a 3.99 grade-point average.
Favorite Quote: "Do what you want and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Suess
Why I Chose Lafayette: I came to Lafayette because I wanted to attend a smaller school with an academic reputation. When I came on my recruiting visit, I immediately fell in love with campus and the atmosphere around it. I decided on my flight home that I didn't want to go anywhere else. And, if I did not go to school on the East Coast I would have no other reason to go, so why not. It has been the best decision that I have made. I would not change a thing.