Rams garner 101 nods for work in classroom
CSU continues to rise under Head Coach Jen Fisher
List includes 16 sports, 7 colleges
CSU finishes 2014 with most wins since 2004, fifth-best winning percentage
Friday's suspended game to resume at 10 a.m. Saturday, regular-season finale moved up
Recognizing Colorado State's 78 graduating student-athletes from the 2013-14 academic year. Photos by Tom Waido.
Senior Day and the final game of the 2014 CSU softball season, the winningest in more than a decade. Photos by Dan Byers.
The Rams earned a 6-0 win over New Mexico on April 22, extending their home winning streak to 11 games. Photos by Don Reichert.
CSU softball beat New Mexico 13-5 in five innings Wednesday to win the series, 2-1. Photos by Don Reichert.
CSU softball vs. UTEP - April 5, 2014
2014 (SENIOR): Earned a start in all 49 games, hitting .313... Got on base at a .373 clip and slugged .433... Ranked third on the team for hits (47) and fifth for total bases (65)... Scored 47 runs and drove in 18, including two home runs... Finished her career with 121 RBI, tied for fifth in CSU history... On defense, recorded 105 assists, second-best on the team and seventh in the MW... Had 11 multi-hit games, including a 3-for-3 performance vs. Fresno State (5/3)... Had a 14-game hitting streak... During a 10-game stretch in April, was 15-for-34 (.441) with six multi-hit games... Drove in three runs in a 4-2 win over Rutgers (2/14), hitting her first home run of the season... Scored in seven-straight games during an eight-game winning streak midway through the season... Earned Mountain West Academic All-Conference honors for the fourth time.
2013 (JUNIOR): Named All-Mountain West for the second straight season... Tied for the team lead with 28 RBI and led the Rams in sacrifices (8)... Ranked second on the team in total bases (71), runs scored (25) and doubles (9), and third in home runs (5), triples (3) and slugging percentage (.504)... Started all 49 games for the Rams, helping CSU to a second-place finish in the MW standings for a second consecutive season... Hit .291, while getting on base at a .325 clip... Tied for the MW lead with four sacrifice flies... Also ranked in the top 10 in MW play for triples (three; tied for fifth) and assists (93; ninth)... Had 12 multi-hit games, including four in a row from April 13 through April 20... In back-to-back games vs. UNLV (3/29-30), drove in eight total runs, including a home run... Earned her third Mountain West Academic All-Conference honor.
2012 (SOPHOMORE): Earned All-Mountain West honors after ranking fourth in the league with nine home runs... Drove in a team-best 45 runs... Hit .256, while getting on base at a .333 clip... Tied for seventh in the MW with two triples... Started 51 contests for the Rams, helping CSU to a second-place finish in the conference standings... Held a .931 fielding percentage... Was good in clutch situations, batting .329 with runners in scoring positions and .400 with a runner on third with two outs... Earned Mountain West Academic All-Conference honors.
2011 (FRESHMAN): Started 50 games as a true freshman, leading the team in batting average (.300)... Hit six home runs and recorded 29 RBI... Led the Rams in on-base percentage (.424)... Had nine multi-hit games, and six multi-RBI contests... Had a seven-game hitting streak throughout the season, the second-longest on the team... Drove in a season-high five runs against both UC Davis (2/25) and San Diego State (4/11)... Ranked eighth in the Mountain West in walks (24) and ninth in assists (87)... Recorded each out of an inning by fielding a 5-3 groundout against San Diego State (4/10)... Named Mountain West Academic All-Conference... Selected as CSU softball's Rotary Club MVP.
HIGH SCHOOL: Is a 2010 graduate of Tigard High School in Tigard, Ore. ... Earned 11 total varsity letters, including four in both softball and basketball, and three in volleyball... Garnered Pacific 6 first-team all-league honors each year in softball, and was named 6A first-team all-state in 2009 and 2010, plus second-team in 2008 and honorable mention as a freshman in 2007... Was twice named the Pac 6 Player of the Year (2009 and 2010)... Earned team MVP honors in 2010... In basketball, earned Pac 6 honorable mention in 2010, the same year her team won the league championship... Earned second-team all-league honors in 2009 in volleyball... Was captain of each team throughout her career... Was named the 2010 Tigard High School Scholar-Athlete of the Year, in addition to being honored by the Oregon School Activities Association for her academic excellence.
PERSONAL: Born Jan. 1, 1992, in Portland, Ore. ... Daughter of Blake and Lynette Biglow... Has one brother, Jake... Father played football at Portland State... Majoring in business administration.
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