Started all 68 games at first base as her last season as a Cardinal . . . earned a .277 batting average with 52 hits, 13 doubles, two triples, and four homeruns . . . scored 30 runs with 29 RBI . . . managed an on-base percentage of .396 and fielding percentage of .991 . . . led the team with 454 catches on the season and a 435 put-out . . . recorded a season record of 15 double plays . . . finished her career with a career team high 73 waks with 36 on the season . . . recipient of Mac Player of the Week for February 27.
Started all 56 games for the Cardinals . . . played first base and made 23 appearances on the mound . . . posted an ERA of 4.18, with six wins and 86 strikeouts . . . struck out a season-high seven batters against St. Louis (Feb. 18), Northern Illinois (Mar. 25) and Western Michigan (April 6). . . held a .235 batting average with seven doubles, three home runs and 19 RBI . . . sparked a 16-run seventh inning against Toledo by leading off with a double, hitting a two-run home run and finished with another double . . . finished the game 3-for-5 with four RBI and also picked up the win on the mound . . . overall fielding percentage of .994 . . . hit .318 in MAC play with a .424 slugging percentage . . . threw 45 innings in MAC play with an ERA of 3.42.
Started 42 games as a utility player . . . at large selection to the All-Mid American Conference Team . . . played shortstop and second base . . .made 21 appearances on the mound . . .posted a 2.29 ERA, with six wins in twelve games started . . . 74 strikeouts . . . threw a three-hit shutout to lead BSU to a 1-0 victory over Akron in the MAC opener . . . struck out a career high eight batters against Central Florida . . . ranked second on team with 34 hits and a batting average of .274 . . . 19 RBI with two homeruns . . . hit a grand slam against Buffalo leading to a 10-1 victory . . . led BSU with five multiple RBI games. . . . was second with nine multiple hit outings.
Started all 56 games , including 35 at second base and 12 at third base . . . also saw action in the outfield and on the mound . . . led the team with 19 runs scored and tied for first with 44 hits . . . second with a .259 batting average and nine doubles . . . notched her first collegiate hit in the same game of the season versus Louisiana-Monroe . . . scored her first run against then 24th-ranked Missouri (Feb. 26) and plated her first runner (March 5) against Valparaiso . . . went a career-high 3-of-4 versus Valpo . . . led BSU with 10 multiple hit games . . . added three multiple RBI outings . . . collected her first collegiate home run in classic fashion — a two-run shot in the top of the 11th inning to give the Cardinals an 8-5 victory over Dayton (March 15) . . . earned all-tournament accolades at the Ohio State Buckeye Invitational . . . tied for sixth in the MAC’s final stats in walks.
Coached by Karen Wiesman at McAuley . . . a four-year letterwinner . . . helped her team to a 19-3 overall record plus conference and district championships as a senior . . . logged a .585 batting average . . . registered a 19-2 record on the mound with a 0.31 ERA and 192 strikeouts her senior season on the way to first-team all-state, all-city and all-conference accolades . . . pitched back-to-back perfect games . . . named the 2004 Greater Girls Catholic League Player of the Year . . . the Cincinnati Enquirer Player of the Year in 2004 . . . helped her 2001 and 2002 teams to conference titles and the 2001 team to a regional runner-up finish . . . accumulated 423 strikeouts and 23 shutouts from the mound during her career . . . 2002 athlete of the year and All-Ohio honorable mention . . . played most recently for NSA Lady Lasers Gold team . . . competed in two ASA national tournaments . . . graduated with a 3.20 grade-point average.
Daughter of David and Debbie Pick . . . has one sister, Andrea . . . born Sept. 29, 1985, in Cincinnati, Ohio . . . full name is Amanda Michelle Pick . . . majoring in sports administration.
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