|14 Charina Sumner|
2008 Preseason All-C-USA
2007 Second Team All-C-USA
2007 C-USA All-Freshman Team
2007 C-USA All-Tournament Team
As A Junior (2009)
Started all 55 games, 53 at second base and two at shortstop ... One of three players to finish the season with 43 hits, the third-most on the team ... 20 sacrifice hits led the team and was tied for the most in Conference USA ... Her 0.36 sacrifice hits per game ranked her ninth in the NCAA ... Defensively, collected 78 assists and committed just six errors in her first season as an infielder ... Had nine assists against Wisconsin (2/14), tied for the most ever by a C-USA player in a game ... Batted .398 (21-54) when leading off ... Produced 10 multiple-hit games, tied for the third-most on the squad ... Enters 2010 tied for sixth on the ECU career triples leaderboard with 12 ... Was the ninth-toughest player to strike out nationally, as she fanned only six times during the season, twice looking ... Pirates went 16-3 with her in the top spot of the order and 22-7 when she was in the two-hole ... Compiled a five-game hitting streak (3/14-21) ... Scored the game-winning run at Marshall (4/26) ... Had three sacrifice bunts against N.C. State (4/15), the most for an ECU player in a game all season ... Drove in two runs with a double in five-run 10th inning at N.C. State (3/18) ... Had the fourth three-runs-scored game of her career against Toledo (3/10) ... Knocked in the game-winning run with a double to left field at Florida St. (2/21) ... Hit .538 (7-13) at the Seminole Classic (2/21-22).
As A Sophomore (2008)
One of two players to start all 67 of the team's games ... Majority of her starts, 63, came in right field but she also had three starts in left field and one at second base ... Registered team highs in hits with 65, including nine doubles and three triples, and stolen bases with 19 ... Ranked among the Conference USA leaders in hits (sixth), triples (T-fourth) and stolen bases (third) ... Produced a personal and team-best 10-game hitting streak (2/16-3/1) ... Also led the squad in multiple-hit games with 16 ... One of the best contact hitters on the squad, as she had just 18 strikeouts in 220 at-bats ... Was nearly flawless defensively as she committed only one error in 70 chances ... Batted .400 (36-90) leading off and .292 (26-89) with runners on base ... Had the team's RBI in the 1-0 victory over Boston College (2/15) ... Finished 2-2 with an RBI and two runs scored in the second game of the season against N.C. Central (2/8).
As A Freshman (2007)
Named to the Conference USA Second Team, All-Freshman Team and All-Tournament Team ... Ranked fourth nationally with .15 triples per game ... Was the only Pirate to play and start all 60 games ... Scored the winning run in ECU's victory against Memphis in the C-USA Tournament after leading off the 10th inning with a triple ... Led the team in runs (47), hits (63), triples (9), stolen bases (17), plate appearances (224), at-bats (200), starts and games played ... Ranked among the conference leaders in triples (first), runs (third), plate appearances (T-fourth), stolen bases (fifth), at-bats (fifth), steal attempts (fifth), hits (T-seventh) and total bases (eighth) ... Finished second on the squad in batting average (.315), RBI (27) and total bases (101), tied for third in home runs (6) and fourth in slugging percentage (.505), on base percentage (.370), walks drawn (15) and sac bunts (5) ... Produced team single-game highs for runs (three vs. St. John's and at Southern Miss), hits (four at UNC Wilmington) and stolen bases (two vs. Long Island and Appalachian State) ... Turned in a team-high 18 multiple-hit games and a second-best eight multiple-RBI contests ... Played most of her games in right field as the Pirates compiled a 23-13 record in those 36 contests ... Batted leadoff for 40 games ... Tied Paige Baggett for the longest hitting streak on the team, eight games (4/22-5/10).
Kamehameha High School
Team had a record of 68-5 ... As a senior, was a team captain, batted .371, was named first-team All-Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) second baseman and second-team all-state second baseman ... Batted .448 her junior year and was a first-team All-ILH and second-team all-state selection as an outfielder ... Coached by Ty Sing Chow ... Received varsity letters in softball (four), cross country (three) and track and field (three).
Academic major is health education and promotion - pre health ... Daughter of Donna Okita and Charles Sumner ... Has one brother (Kale).