Stinner Goes 2-For-3 With RBI For SJU
Stinner Picks UP RBI For SJU
Hawks Take Game Two 5-3; Fall In Opener 4-2
Yoos Scores Three Times and Drives In Four
Softball senior Deanna Stinner is on the hot seat this week, discussing the advantages of having an on-campus facility, how she balances her studies with her athletic commitments, and more.
This week, the Roundup chats with Kyle Mullen and Kevin Taylor of the baseball team as well as head coach Fritz Hamburg; softball's Deanna Stinner and women's tennis captain Tara Walsh preview their teams' upcoming action as well.
2012: Played 21 games and made 25 starts...Went 2-for-2 with a run scored against La Salle...Collected two RBIs in 1-for-3 day at Rhode Island...Had a home run and finished 1-for-3 at Massachusetts...Added a run scored against Cal Poly and Saint Louis.
2011: Played in 36 games, with 32 starts...Collected a career-high 14 RBI...Posted six multi-hit games... Recorded a season-high three hits against Penn and Charlotte...Had two RBI against Bucknell, North Carolina State, Rhode Island and Temple.
2010: Earned Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team honors...Named A-10 Rookie of the Week twice (4/12, 5/3)...Started 43 games and appeared in 45 contests, seeing time mostly in the outfield or designated player...Had first collegiate hit against North Carolina...Hit first career home run against Toledo...Went 3-for-4 with a season-high three RBI versus Rhode Island...Batted .293 in Atlantic 10 contests.
High School/Personal: Four-time All-League and Morning Call All-Area honoree...Named All-State Pitcher of the Year as a senior after going 24-3...Batted .356 in 2009 en route to earning Morning Call Player of the Year honors...Led Parkland High School to 2009 Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association 4A title...An All-State selection as a junior...Posted a 64-13 pitching record, winning 83 percent of her school's games (77 wins) over her four years...Four-year letterwinner...Led her ASA team to 2004 and 2005 Class A State titles...Also lettered in volleyball...Majoring in interdisciplinary health services.