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Brittany Huerta
9  Brittany Huerta

Atascadero, Calif.

High School:

Outfield/Third Base


2006 - Played in 42 games for the Rams, 39 as a starter...started 38 games in left field and one as a designated player...set a career high at bats with five in the first game against New Mexico... ranked fifth on the team in home runs with five on the season...finished the season with a .221 batting average...scored 12 runs in 113 at bats...recorded five multiple-hit games.

2005 - Played in 47 games, 45 as a starter...started 33 times in left field, nine times in right field, twice at shortstop and once as a designated player...ranked third on the team with a .333 batting average, ninth in the Mountain West Conference...also ranked third on the team with an on-base percentage of .379...scored 22 runs and recorded 58 total bases in 135 at bats...had 45 total hits...hit-safely in a team-high 13 straight games...recorded 10 multiple hit games and three multiple-RBI games...recorded a fielding percentage of 1.000 with 21 putouts and three assists in conference play...earned All-MWC and Academic All-MWC honors.

2004 - Started in all 54 games for the Rams in 2004...24 at third base, 26 in left field and four in centerfield...led the team in numerous offensive categories, setting the single-season home run record wth 14, which also ranks fifth on the CSU career charts...also notched her name on the Rams' single-season record books with a .679 slugging percentage and 44 RBI, which led the team in both categories and ranks fourth and fifth in a season, respectively...led the team with 114 total bases and tied for the team lead with 168 at bats...scored 35 runs to put her second on the team...recorded a fielding percentage of .960 with four errors in 100 chances...named to the NFCA All-Region Second Team.

Atascadero - Earned two varsity letters for softball and three letters as a member of the soccer team...earned All-League shortstop honors in 2002 and 2003...named to second team All-State Southern Section in 2003...awarded Freshman MVP in 2000, Best Offensive Player in 2001, and Best Defensive Player in 2003...led Greyhounds to League Championships in 2002 and 2003...named team captain as a senior...played club softball with the Orange County Batbusters.


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