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Ali Henry


Warrington, Pa.

High School:
Central Bucks South




Ali  Henry

2011: Made 14 appearances on the mound with 10 starts...had a 6-14 record with a 6.25 ERA...struck out four batters and only allowed one run on two hits in the mound win over Wagner (4/6)...had a win over Colgate with three strikeouts and two earned of 13 Lafayette players selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2010: Made 15 appearances on the mound with nine starts...posted a 2-6 record with a 5.59 ERA...ranks fourth in career strikeouts (228) seventh in wins (21)...struck out four and surrendered just one earned run in a complete-game victory at Penn (4/14)...threw a shutout giving in a 1-0 victory over Colgate (5/1) of eight Lafayette players selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2009: Made 26 appearances on the mound with 22 starts...pitched a complete game for first win of the season against Rider (3/11)...closed out Rebel Spring Games (3/16-3/20) throwing two complete games for consecutive wins...struck out nine in victory against Wisconsin-Green Bay (3/19) the Broncs to three hits while striking out six in win against Rider (3/20)...continued win streak against Army (3/27), allowing three hits while striking out five...struck out 10 in loss at Lehigh (4/11)...fanned career-high 12 batters for win and registered only hit and run of season against Holy Cross (4/18)...survived eight innings for win against Colgate (4/26)...allowed two hits in five innings for win against Fairleigh Dickinson (4/30).

2008: Received All-Patriot League Second-Team honors...posted a 12-10 record in 36 appearances with 20 starts...featured a team-best 3.01 ERA...set a season record with 103 strikeouts, breaking the previous mark of 98 with three strikeouts against Bucknell (5/10) during the Patriot League Tournament...named to All-Patriot League Tournament Team... held opponents to an .267 batting average...her season win record is tied for second on Lafayette's all-time list and led conference freshmen...was the conference rookie leader in ERA, wins, opponent batting average and strikeouts...finished the season walking a team-low 34 batters...posted a team-best 2.61 ERA against Patriot League opponents...was named the Pitcher of the Week after striking out five batters and limiting Penn (3/2) to two hits in five innings...threw a complete game against Manhattan (3/21), striking out seven batters and was 2-for-4 at the plate with an Rider (4/1) to a single hit in an 8-0 shutout victory...struck out a career-high 11 batters in the first game of the Lehigh (4/5) series...walked only one batter during 14 innings of work against Colgate (4/19-20)...collected both saves of her career against the Black Knights with a three-inning, single-hit effort at Army (4/26) and later struck out two Army batters in the Patriot League Tournament for the 5-3 win...conference leader in saves (two)...recorded 10 strikeouts in games at Fairleigh Dickinson (4/9) and against Bucknell (5/8) in the Patriot League Tournament...held Lehigh (5/11) to a single run to help Lafayette force a second game in the Patriot League Tournament...tied a conference record for most games pitched in the postseason tournament (five).

Favorite Quote: "Live the life you love. Love the life you live." - Bob Marley

Why I Chose Lafayette: While the strong academics and beautiful campus were appealing, the ability to study abroad and be involved on campus all while still having the opportunity to play Division I softball made coming to Lafayette an easy decision.