CSU softball vs. New Mexico - May 8, 2010
CSU softball vs. South Dakota State - 3-7-10
Photos from the Rams' dramatic doubleheader sweep of New Mexico, highlighted by Head Coach Mary Yori's 700th win.
Played in 30 games during her junior season, starting 18...Recorded a .204 batting average with one double and six runs scored...Finished the season with a .222 slugging percentage and a .259 on-base percentage...Recorded a 1.000 fielding percentage with 29 putouts and no errors...Hit .250 during conference action with one double and two runs scored...Recorded a .313 slugging percentage and a .333 on-base percentage during MWC play...Recorded a season-high three hits against Cleveland State (Feb. 7).
Played in 32 games in her sophomore season for the Rams, starting 25...Finished the season with a .203 batting average with three doubles, three home runs and 16 RBI...Scored 15 runs for the Rams...Hit .261 in conference play with two homers and 11 RBI...Finished the season with a .958 fielding percentage with 22 putouts and one assist while surrendering one error.
Played in 24 games for the Rams in her freshman season, starting nine...Hit .143 with four hits and three RBI...Hit one home run, against Utah State...Recorded a fielding percentage of .800 with four putouts and one error.
Was a three-sport athlete for the Sterling Tigers in Sterling, Colo. ...Earned four varsity letters in softball, playing under head coach Jenny Smock, at shortstop, outfield and catcher...Named all-Tri-Valley Conference shortstop in 2003...Was named honorable-mention all-state by the Rocky Mountain News in 2003...Named all-Northern Conference shortstop in 2004...Set school record with five home runs in a season in 2004...Named softball Northern Conference Player of the Year and all-conference catcher in 2005...Varsity softball team captain in 2005...Set school record with 10 home runs in her career in 2005...Was an all-state Colorado High School Coaches Association selection...Received school all-sports team athlete award in 2006...Played summer club softball with the Greeley Classics and the Fort Collins Triple Crown Stars.
Full name is Sarah Jean Sullivan...Born on Dec. 3, 1987, in North Platte, Neb. ...Daughter of Michael and Julie Sullivan...Has one brother, Sean, and one sister, Megan...Nickname is Sully...Favorite food is potatoes...Favorite athlete is Albert Pujols...Majoring in human development and family studies.
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