Photos from the Rams' dramatic doubleheader sweep of New Mexico, highlighted by Head Coach Mary Yori's 700th win.
2009 Played in 42 games for the Rams in her junior campaign, starting 41...One of three players to start all 15 conference games...Ranked 10th in the MWC with a .341 batting average while recording 12 doubles, a triple and two home runs...Tallied 25 RBI while scoring 18 runs...Hit .340 with runners in scoring position and tallied 10 two-out RBI...Recorded a .496 slugging percentage and a .384 on-base percentage...Stole two bases in three attempts...Notched a .902 fielding percentage with 42 putouts and 13 assists...Hit .333 in conference action with five doubles and two homers...Tied with Christine Thomsen for the team lead with 10 RBI in conference play...Ranked 10th in the MWC during conference action with a .563 slugging percentage...Recorded a season-high three hits four times...Recorded a season-high three RBI against Santa Clara (Feb. 28)...Finished the season with an 11-game hit streak...Named to the MWC academic all-conference team and received MWC Scholar Athlete honors with a 3.72 GPA.
2008 Played in all 51 games for the Rams in her sophomore season with 51 starts...Finished the season with a .331 batting average while hitting 12 doubles and eight home runs...Recorded 34 RBI and scored 34 runs...Recorded a .544 slugging percentage and a .374 on base percentage...Recorded a season- and career-high four hits against UC Riverside (Feb. 22) and two doubles at Northern Colorado (March 29)...In conference play, batted .328 with four doubles, three home runs and 12 RBI...Finished the season with a .943 fielding percentage with 48 putouts and two assists while surrendering only three errors...Named to the all-MWC team for the second time in as many seasons...Earned a spot on the academic all-conference team and was named a Scholar Athlete with a 3.71 GPA.
2007 Played in 57 games for the Rams in her freshman season, starting 51...Led the team and ranked fifth in the MWC in batting average, hitting .371...Ranked second on the team and seventh in the MWC in slugging percentage (.635) and was third on the team with an on-base percentage of .420...Ranked fourth on the team in runs scored with 33...Led the team with 63 hits and ranked sixth in the MWC...Ranked second on the team, ninth in the MWC, with 35 RBI...Led the team and the MWC with 18 doubles and ranked third on the team with nine home runs on the season...Batted 3-for-4 four times against three different teams, twice against New Mexico...Recorded a career- and season-best five RBI against BYU...Earned a spot on the all-MWC team...Garnered academic all-conference honors as well as a Scholar Athlete award with a GPA of 3.74.
Mountain Empire Was a three-sport athlete for the Mountain Empire Redhawks...Played softball under coach Rick Abood...Earned four varsity letters in softball, two in basketball and two in soccer...Named team MVP for softball in 2003, 2004 and 2005...Named first-team all-league all four years...Named first-team all-division all four years...Named to the all-academic team in 2004 and 2005...Member of the league champion team all four years...Holds the school record for career home runs...Softball team captain in 2005...Named female Scholar Athlete in 2006...Played club softball for the So Cal Breakers.
Personal Full name is Allison Nicole Majam...Born on Nov. 3, 1988, in San Diego, Calif. ...Daughter of Rosben and Patricia Majam...Has three sisters, Kelly, Mari and Grayce... Nicknames are Al and A-Maj...Favorite foods are rice, pasta and jelly bellies...Favorite athletes are Leah O'Brien-Amico and Albert Pujols...Majoring in construction management.