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Robyn Matchett

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sparta, N.J.

High School:
Sparta

Height:
5-4

Position:
OF

B/T:
L/R

Robyn Matchett

2009: Missed the last 18 games due to injury...finished among school's career leaders in hits (No. 7), walks (No. 5) and runs (No. 8)...started 28 games in right field...registered season-high five putouts in win against Rider (3/11)...started four-game hitting streak against Akron (3/16)...went 2-for-5 with two runs against Wagner (3/17)...singled in the bottom of the ninth to send in game-winning run against St. Peter's (3/20)...added four runs and two RBI to a triple that highlighted her .571 batting average in series against Army (3/27-3/28)...scored team's lone run against Drexel (4/1)...went 2-for-6 and stole only base of season in day one split against Bucknell (4/4).

2008: Consistent presence in right field, starting in 45 games...eighth in career walks with 42...hit for a career-best .288 average...lead-off hitter in 27 games...recorded a career-high slugging percentage (.331) with a pair of doubles and triples...led team in stolen bases (four)...hit a three-run double against Columbia (3/20) during the Rebel Spring Games...season-high five-game hitting streak with .416 clip against Colgate (4/19-20) and finished the Raider series with a triple and four runs scored...hit a triple at Army (4/26) on 2-for-3 day...had an RBI single against the Black Knights (5/10) in the Patriot League Tournament...was 2-for-4 in the second game against Bucknell (5/10) in the tournament...responsible for one run in final game of the season against Lehigh (5/11) after beating out a bunt to start the game.

2007: Starting rightfielder the entire season...named to All-Patriot League Second Team...led team with eight stolen bases...finished the year with 60 putouts...had eight multiple-hit games and a season-high seven-game hitting streak...went 5-for-6 against Manhattan during Rebel Spring games, scoring three runs while driving in two...started April with a six-game hitting streak, including three multiple-hit games...finished April with a seven-game hitting streak...went 5-for-7 in series against Holy Cross (4/13-14).

2006: Started all 48 games in right field in her first season...one of three Patriot League players to record a perfect fielding percentage, with 61 putouts and four assists...scored 16 runs and drove in 11...heated up with a five-game hitting streak in late March, going 8-for-19 with three stolen bases...had two hits and two runs vs. Drexel (3/19) and three hits, including a triple, and three RBI vs. St. Joseph's (3/21).

 YEAR	BA	G	AB	R	H	RBI	2B	3B	HR	BB	SB	OBP	SLG
2006	.210	48	143	16	30	11	3	1	0	13	6	.288	.245
2007	.252	46	143	22	36	6	0	1	0	14	8	.323	.266
2008	.288	45	139	20	40	9	2	2	0	15	4	.371	.331
2009	.185	28	92	11	17	4	1	1	0	7	1	.242	.217
Totals	.238	167	517	69	123	30	6	5	0	49	19	.313	.977

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