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CAREER STATS (pdf)
Appeared in 38 games, making 33 starts at shortstop and three at designated player…hit .207 (23-for-111) with nine runs, four doubles, seven RBIs and a team-high tying 12 sacrifices…had a pair of four-game hitting streaks…drew a two-out, walkoff walk in the Hornets’ 1-0 victory over Northern Colorado…opened the season by going 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs in the season-opening win against UTEP.
Appeared in 19 games, including eight starts at shortstop…led the team with seven pinch-hitting appearances…batted .222 (6-27) with three runs and an RBI…had a pinch-hit, RBI-single against Portland State…had one of the Hornets’ three hits against top-ranked Cal.
Appeared in 25 games, including 18 starts at shortstop…hit .196 (9-46) with four runs, five RBIs, three walks, two sacrifices and a stolen base…in eight games against PCSC opposition, she hit .308 (4-13) with two runs and four RBIs…batted .353 (6-17) with runners in scoring position and .308 (8-26) with runners on base…in four opportunities with a runner at third base and less than two outs, she successfully drove in the run three times.
A 2010 graduate of Banning High School in Wilmington, Calif…played four years of varsity softball for the Pilots at both shortstop and third base…a four-time all-Marine League selection (second team each of her first three seasons, first team as a senior)…helped the Pilots to a combined 80-44 record during her four seasons…named the Invitational Division Player of the Year after her senior season by the Los Angeles Wave.
Parents are Jose and Martha Alcala…a criminal justice major…played for the Corona Angels’ ASA travel team from 2003-09, and was a part of three top five finishing teams in the nation over a four-year span (2005, 2007, 2008)…one of many eventual Div I student-athletes that came from the Corona Angel program.