14  Mahrisch Medina
Mahrisch Medina

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Bellflower, Calif.

High School:
Mayfair

Height:
5-6

Position:
Outfield

B/T:
R/R


Freshman Mahrisch Medina
Freshman Mahrisch Medina prepares for a pitch during the C-USA Championship game against Tulsa May 14, 2011.

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As A Freshman (2011)
2011 Game-by-Game Statistics

Mayfair High School
A four-year letterwinner and All-Suburban League selection ... Capped career as a senior by guiding the Monsoons to the Suburban League championship and earning league co-most valuable player honors as well as being named the team's best offensive player after batting .500 with a squad-best 27 runs batted in ... Two-time Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream Team member ... As a junior, helped Mayfair finish tied at the top of the Suburban League and was a first team all-league selection, hitting .395 with five home runs and driving in 27 runs ... Second-team all-league selection sophomore year after earning first-team status as a freshman ... During the summer, played for the Artesia Punishers 18 Gold travel club ... Three-time California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Academics/Integrity/Athletics award winner and two-time Suburban League Academic All-League selection.

Personal
Intended academic major is computer science with a minor in business ... Daughter of Roland and Marisol Medina.

Get to know the 2011 Pirate softball players

Question Answer
Favorite Athlete: Vladimir Guerrero
Favorite food I should never eat, but do: Carne asada fries
Phrase I over-text the most: Haha wow
Dream date: Michael Ealy
I can't imagine going a week without: My phone, iPod or brush
If I were a pirate, my name would be: Miss Ahoy
Biggest DVR obsession: Real World
I can't imagine going a week without: Facebook, music or talking to my dad
The movie about my life would be titled: Simply Complicated
If I could be a character in a movie or TV show, I would be: Helga from Hey Arnold!
My favorite softball memories are: Being undefeated in the league my senior year of high school and spending a week in Hemet, Calif., with the Artesia Punishers during the 2010 USA/ASA 18A Nationals.
Advice I would give to young girls who want to play softball: Never give up and always stay positive.