7 - Shannon Kaufman|
|Hometown:||Agoura Hills, Calif.|
|Previous School:||Agoura Hills HS|
CAREER STATS (pdf)
Appeared in 37 games, including 34 starts in left field and two starts in center field…missed 10 games after fracturing her arm while getting hit by a pitch against Nevada on March 7…before the injury, she was batting a team-high .357…however, in her final 20 games of the season after returning from the injury, Kaufman batted .200 (12-60)…finished the season hitting .276 with 24 runs and six RBIs…successfully stole eight bases in nine attempts…hit .321 (18-56) with runners on base…had three games with at least three hits, tied for the second best mark on the squad…named to the PCSC’s Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
A second team all-PCSC Coastal Division selection in her first collegiate season…a left-handed slap hitter, she started 42 of 44 games, including 38 starts in left field and four in center field…batted .317 while leading the Hornets in at-bats (142) and hits (45), and tying for the team lead with 12 multi-hit games…had three hitting streaks of at least five games long, including an eight gamer from April 9-17…the eight-game streak was the longest by a Hornet during the season…hit safely in 17 of 20 games against conference opponents, and batted .366 (26-71) against the league…the 26 hits led the PCSC’s Coastal Division, and the 71 at-bats led the entire conference…stole six bases and committed just one error in 53 chances, good for a .981 fielding percentage…hit .308 with runners on base, .317 with runners in scoring position and .306 with two outs.
A 2010 graduate of Agoura Hills High School in Agoura Hills, Calif…was a four-year varsity starter in the outfield, including center field each of her last three seasons…named first team all-Marmonte League and team MVP as a junior and senior…as a senior, she was also third team all-state, all-CIF Southern Section and the Marmonte League Player of the Year after finishing among the top three league leaders in six categories, including first in stolen bases (20), outfield assists (7), fielding percentage (1.000) and runs scored (20), second in batting average (.470) and third in on-base percentage (.495)…scored 20 runs in 106 plate appearances…Agoura’s overall and conference records improved all four years of Kaufman’s career, culminating in an 18-9-1 overall record and an 11-3 league mark in 2010…as a junior, she finished among the top five league leaders in outfield assists (1st; eight), batting average (2nd; .405), stolen bases (3rd; 12) and on-base percentage (4th; .432).
Parents are Robert and Peggy Kaufman…an undeclared major…played for the So Cal Combat Panthers’ ASA travel team from 2008-10.