2009 (Senior): Started in 49 of 52 games played . . . held a .111 batting average . . . recorded four hits, bringing in two RBI and four runs . . . maintaned a .997 fielding percentage leading the team with 284 putouts . . . has perfect fielding percentage during MAC competitions . . . one of three BSU player's to commit only one error on the season.
2008 (Junior): Started 19 of 21 games she played, mainly as catcher . . . recorded her first collegiate hit for Ball State at East Tennesee State (Feb. 23) . . . added a run and walk in the contest . . . also scored runs in back-to-back outings against Ohio (March 28) and Wright State (April 2) . . . drew a career-high three walks against Wright State . . . drove in her first BSU run against Tennessee-Martin (March 1) . . . one of only two BSU starters not to commit an error.
At Mesa Community College:
Personal:Daughter of Chris and Lynda Bejarano . . . has two sisters, Jennifer and Alex and one brother, Andrew . . . born July 22, 1987, in Chandler, Ariz. . . . full name is Natalie Elizabeth Bejarano . . . majoring in psychology.Coached by Jeff Shufelt at Mesquite . . . a three-year letterwinner in softball . . . first team all-conference catcher . . . first team all-region . . . helped her team win three Fiesta Region Championships . . . Golden Scholar Award recipient . . . played for the Arizona Outlaws.Coached by DeWight Byron . . . during her first year, started all 65 games at catcher . . . held a .307 batting average with 46 hits, two home runs and 17 RBI . . . first team all-region and second team all-conference . . . during her second year, started all 70 games at catcher . . . held a batting average of .372 with 68 hits, two home runs, nine doubles and 21 RBI.
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