Christina Giambrone


Blairstown, N.J.

High School:
Blair Academy




Christina Giambrone

2009: The second student-athlete in school history to be named Patriot League Softball Player of the Year...named to the Mid-Atlantic Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division I All-Region team...earned All-League First Team laurels for second straight year...broke school career records for walks (37), home runs (27) and runs (108)...team leader for batting average, runs, hits, home runs, RBI and slugging percentage...posted three-game hitting streak to start the season in games against James Madison (3/7) and Virginia (3/8)...named Patriot League Player of the Week after four-multiple hit games, 10 RBI and hitting a .375 clip during the Rebel Spring Games (3/16-3/20)...hit homers in consecutive at bats against Wisconsin-Green Bay (3/19) to lift Lafayette to a 5-1 victory...hit walk-off grand slam in bottom of seventh with two outs for 4-2 win against Army (3/27)...blasted three-run homer en route to four RBI in game one of Bucknell series (4/4-4/5)...earned second Player of the Week (4/27) accolade after registering a .705 clip in six games against Wagner and Colgate, going 12-for-17 with nine runs and four RBI...tied Patriot League record for most home runs in a game and broke school record for most home runs in a season by belting bombs in three consecutive at bats to help the team rally for its fourth consecutive berth to the Patriot League Tournament...named Player of the Week for second consecutive week after becoming career home run leader and registering .750 batting average while driving in a season-high six RBI in win over St. Peter's (4/29) and scoring a season-high four runs in win versus Fairleigh Dickinson (4/30)...named to Patriot League All-Tournament team.

2008: Earned All-Patriot League First-Team honors...set a single-season record for runs scored (46)...was ranked 24th in runs per game (0.90) and 62nd in doubles per game (0.27) in the NCAA...ranks second at Lafayette career walks (61) after leading the team with 27 in 2008...led the Patriot League with a Lafayette record 14 doubles...team-leader in batting average against Patriot League opponents (.381)...tied for seventh in the conference and led the team in home runs (nine)...was among three players with a team-best 14 multiple-hit games...team-leader in slugging percentage (.595)...was 2-for-3 with two runs scored against Cornell (3/17) during the Rebel Spring Games...hit a home run against Drexel (3/25)...was perfect (3-for-3) at the plate twice against Bucknell (3/29-30), claiming a 6-5 victory with a two-run double on the first day and hit a pair of homers on the second day...doubled and homered in 7-2 victory over Lehigh (4/5)...finished the Holy Cross series sweep (4/13-14) with a pair of doubles and a pair of homers and a triple...hit a two-run homer to lift Lafayette over Bucknell (5/10) in extra innings of Patriot League Tournament game. Named to Patriot League All-Tournament Team.

2007: Received Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors, the first ever Lafayette recipient...made the move from catcher to shortstop upon arrival, starting 41 games at that position...was a four-time Patriot League Rookie Player of the Week honoree...named to All-Patriot League Second Team ...set two single-season records with 13 doubles and 34 walks...had a team-high eight multiple RBI games, second on the single-season RBI record list (30)...seventh in runs scored on the single season all-time list, scoring 26 during rookie campaign...eighth on single-season hits record list (42) tied for second on the team with four home runs...finished with three RBI against Manhattan (3/12), going 2-for-4...drove in the game-winning run against Vermont (3/12)...was 2-for-2 with an RBI-double against Villanova (3/24...was 3-for-3 with a season-high four RBI against Holy Cross (4/14).

Year       Avg  GP-GS    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   TB  SLG%  BB HBP  SO GDP   OB%  SF  SH  SB-ATT   PO   A   E  FLD%
2007....  .344  46-46   122   26   42  13   0   4   30   67  .549  34   2  18   0  .491   1   2   2-2     76 108  17  .915
2008....  .301  51-51   153   46   46  14   2   9   24   91  .595  27   6  25   1  .422   1   0   3-3     99 127  16  .934
2009....  .385  46-46   122   36   47   7   1  14   36   98  .803  37   1  21   0  .531   0   1   3-4     70  88  19  .893
2010....  .378  13-13    37    5   14   7   0   2    9   27  .730   7   0   2   0  .477   0   0   2-2      7  32   5  .886
TOTAL...  .343 156-156  434  113  149  41   3  29   99  283  .652 105   9  66   1  .478   2   3  10-11   252 355  57  .914

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