15 - Katie Rhoe|
|Previous School:||Concord HS|
Appeared in 40 games, including 15 starts in right field...made 17 appearances as a pinch runner...had season totals of 38 at-bats, seven runs, five hits and one stolen base...recorded the first two multiple-hit games of her career against Iowa State on March 14 and March 16.
Appeared in 35 of the team’s 55 games, including one start in left field and one start in right field...entered 26 games as a pinch runner, and scored on 12 of those occasions...the Hornets posted a 9-3 record in games which Rhoe scored a run...also had 10 at-bats during the season, collecting hits against St. Francis and Saint Mary’s.
Appeared in a team-best 24 games as a pinch runner...scored seven runs and stole two bases in three attempts...also entered three games as a defensive replacement...had a hit and a sacrifice bunt in three plate appearances offensively (.500 batting average)...scored runs against Arkansas, UC Davis, Northern Iowa, Utah Valley State, BYU, Santa Clara and Saint Mary’s...her seven runs tied for the seventh-best total on the team...recorded a 1.000 fielding percentage (two putouts in two attempts).
Appeared in six games during her first intercollegiate season...all six appearances occurred as a pinch runner...scored three runs, including two against Nevada on separate occasions and one against Portland State...had one at-bat during the season.
A 2003 graduate of Concord High School...played four years of softball, volleyball and basketball...in softball, she played center field all four years for the Minutemen...named all-league during both her junior and senior seasons...named the school’s Student-Athlete of the Year in 2003...in basketball as a point guard, she received the team’s most improved award three-consecutive years (1999-02)...in volleyball as an outside hitter, she was named the team’s most valuable player during her senior season...maintained at least a 3.0 gpa all four years of high school.
Born June 26, 1985...a criminal justice major...parents are Mike and Pam Rhoe...played one season of club softball for the Concord Glory...on pace to graduate this spring.