1 - Amy Tompkins|
|Previous School:||Notre Dame HS|
The only Hornet to start all 53 games, each start coming at shortstop...batted .328 and led the team in at-bats (186), runs (37) and hits (61)...did her most damage against PCSC competition, leading the league with 32 hits and ranking fifth with a .410 batting average...was 8-for-12 in stolen base opportunities and her 37 runs scored were the third best mark in Sacramento State’s Div. I (1990-pres.) single-season history...hit .315 (23-73) with runners on base and .327 (16-49) with runners in scoring position...second on the team with 15 multiple-hit games...had separate hitting streaks of six, seven and eight games long...had four three-hit games and a four-hit game...batted leadoff in the Hornets’ lineup in 48 of 53 games...had a .949 fielding percentage in 235 total chances at shortstop...over her last nine games of the season, she hit .514 (18-for-35)...had one stolen base in five straight games in the middle of that stretch...hit safely in 40 of 53 games and went back-to-back games without getting a hit on just two occasions during the entire season...raised her batting average 71 points over the final 19 games of the season.
Appeared in 53 games, including 52 starts (tied for third most on the team)...had 47 starts at shortstop and five at second base...committed just eight errors (.957 fielding percentage) all season long despite playing the majority of the season at shortstop...hit .238 with 19 runs, two doubles, a home run and seven sacrifices...batted .308 (16-52) with runners in scoring position...hit from the right side during the first 47 games of the season before making the switch to the left side for the final eight games after injuring her right hand...the Hornets were 33-14 in games that Tompkins started at shortstop...had 11 multiple-hit games, fifth most on the team...hit her first career home run at the Capital Classic against Miami University...had a career-high three hits on three occasions...named second team Academic All-District, and to the PCSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll (given to student-athletes with a 3.0 gpa or better).
Appeared in 35 games, including 25 starts at shortstop and five at second base...had six hits, including two sacrifices, and two stolen bases in two attempts...started each of the team’s first 23 games at shortstop.
A 2004 graduate of Salinas’ Notre Dame High School...played four years of both softball and volleyball, and three years of basketball...as the starting shortstop in softball, she was named first team all-league and all-county by both the Salinas Californian and the Monterey Bay Herald (2002-04)...hit .410, .295 and .300, respectively, during those three seasons...led the team to three league championships (2002-04) and four Central Coast Section titles...in fact, she was a member of three Central Coast Section title teams in 2002 (volleyball, basketball and softball)...as a senior in softball, she was also named second team all-state...helped the volleyball team to a pair of section titles, while helping the basketball squad to a league and section title in 2002...member of the National Honors Society all four years and is a life member of the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) after posting a 3.83 gpa.
Born March 28, 1986...parents are Tom and Sandy Tompkins...a business major with a 3.42 gpa.