2 - Paige Martin|
|Previous School:||Mountain View HS|
CAREER STATS (pdf)
Started 11 of the first 13 games of the season in right field, but missed the final 27 games with a left wrist injury…received a medical hardship from the NCAA…batted .212 (7-33) with four runs and three RBIs…collected multi-hit games against UC Riverside, Portland State and San Jose State…hit .308 (4-13) with runners in scoring position.
In her first collegiate season, Martin started all 34 games in which she appeared…that included 24 starts in right field, eight at designated player and two at third base…batted .289 with 10 runs, three doubles, a triple, two homers and 14 RBIs…hit .308 (12-39) with runners in scoring position…finished the season on a six-game hitting streak, and over that span, hit .529 (9-17) with four runs, two doubles, a triple, two home runs and eight RBIs…that included a three-run homer in the season finale against CSU Bakersfield.
A 2010 graduate of Mountain View High School in Vancouver, Wash…played four years of both softball and volleyball…in softball, she was a four-year varsity starter at third base…a three-time all-Greater St. Helens League selection, Martin was a first team choice in 2009 and 2010…that includes being named first team all-state, first team all-region and the league’s player of the year in 2010 after batting .492 with nine home runs, a .644 on-base percentage and a 1.016 slugging percentage…hit .575 against league competition with a 1.225 slugging percentage…helped lead the Thunder to three consecutive state tournament appearances for the first time in school history (2007-09)…that includes a league championship (2009), a pair of district championships (2007, 2008) and a top five ranking in the state on two occasions (T-5th in 2009, 2nd in 2007)…as a junior, she hit .462 with a .791 slugging percentage, including a team-high six home runs, five triples and 25 RBIs…combined to hit 17 home runs during her high school career, including three grand slams.
Parents are Dave and Bonnie Martin…a kinesiology major…while playing for the Oregon Reign Gold in the summer of 2010, she hit .430 with 11 home runs and 17 doubles…helped lead the team to a seventh-place finish at the ASA 18-under national championships.