|8 Sara Pacioni|
As A Freshman (2012)
2012 Game-by-Game Statistics
A reserve who experienced action in seven contests ... Registered six at-bats, seven plate appearances and one assist during the campaign ... Posted a .286 on-base percentage and one hit ... Recorded only assist in the opener at UNC Wilmington (3/28), throwing out Kristen Jernigan at first base in the bottom of the sixth inning ... Also drew career's initial walk during the first contest with the Seahawks (3/28) ... Experienced action in the field for the first time at No. 5 Arizona State (3/9), catching the final inning ... Recorded first collegiate hit at No. 2 Alabama (2/25), lining a pinch-hit single to center field off the Crimson Tide's Leslie Jury in the bottom of the sixth inning ... Made collegiate debut against No. 21 Louisville (2/17) as a pinch hitter and popped out to second base in lone plate appearance.
San Ramon Valley High School
A four-year starter for the Wolves who served as team captain during senior campaign ... A three-time All-East Bay Athletic League selection who served as a co-captain as a junior ... A North Coast Section and California Interscholastic Federation Scholar as a freshman and sophomore ... In March of sophomore year, was named the Queen of the Mountain Tournament's top offensive player and picked up all-tournament team honors ... Suited up for the San Ramon Valley soccer team as a freshman and earned a Winter Sports Scholar Athlete award ... During the summer, played with the NorCal Shockers 18 Gold travel club.
Intended academic major is undecided ... Daughter of Chuck and Lisa Pacioni.
|Phrase I over-text the most:||lol|
|Favorite athlete:||Buster Posey|
|Favorite off-day activity:||Tanning|
|Favorite vacation spot:||Hawai'i|
|Dream car:||A Mercedes|
|Award I would most like to win:||Nobel Peace Prize|
|One of my biggest fears is:||Spiders|
|The best birthday present I ever received was:||A laptop|
|I can't imagine going a week without:||Ice cream|
|I got started playing softball when:||I was in kindergarten, decided I wanted to play and have kept at it.|
|If I could change one thing about softball, I would:||Make it so slappers were not allowed.|
|Advice I would give to young girls who want to play softball:||Don't stress about your performance while you're young. Just work on your skills.|