19 - Teri Ann Caoagan|
|Previous School:||Notre Dame HS|
Appeared in 18 games, including 12 starts at first base...batted .105 (4-for-38), but improved those numbers to .273 (3-for-11) against PCSC competition...committed just three errors in 111 total chances at first base (.973 fielding percentage)...had a season-high two RBIs against San Diego State...also combined to bat .300 (3-for-10) with two RBIs in three games against eventual conference champion Loyola Marymount.
Appeared in 47 of the team’s 55 games, including 45 starts at first base...hit .220 with six doubles, two home runs and nine RBIs...against conference competition, she raised her batting average to .250...started all but one of the Hornets’ PCSC games...had a career-high three hits (including two doubles) against San Diego on April 23...clubbed a two-run homer in the Hornets’ 6-0 victory over UC Davis...batted .300 (10-for-30) over her final 11 games of the season...her 593 career putouts rank as the seventh-best mark in Hornet Div. I (1990-pres.) history.
Appeared in 44 of the team’s 53 games...in 347 total attempts at first base, Caoagan committed just three errors (.991 fielding percentage)...against conference competition, she hit .237 with a .310 on-base percentage and a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage (no errors in 104 chances)...hit .282 with runners in scoring position...nine of her 13 RBIs during the season came with two outs...had five game-winning RBIs during the season, including two walkoff hits which delivered victories...against UC Davis, she posted seven RBIs in five games, including the game-winning RBI in three of the four victories over the Aggies...had a career-high three RBIs against UC Davis on March 13.
A 2004 graduate of Notre Dame High School in Salinas, Calif...played four years of both softball and basketball for the Spirits...as the starting third baseman, she led the softball team to three league championships and Central Coast Section championships (2002-04)...as a senior, she was named first team all-Tri-County Athletic League after hitting .317 and leading the league in RBIs...during that same season, she was named all-county by the Monterey County Herald and The Californian...named second team all-Monterey Bay League as a sophomore...helped lead the basketball team to three league championships (2001-04) and two Central Coast Section titles (2002-04)...started at forward and point guard during her final two years with the basketball team...was an honor roll student all four years.
Born April 3, 1986...parents are Terry and Ciria Caoagan...kinesiology major.