Lakers End Historic 2013 Season With 46-9 Record and Final Four Berth
Lakers Jump to 5-0 Lead and Hold On; GVSU to Face Molloy on Saturday Night
Lakers Outhit KU, 6-5; Katie Martin Records 20th Home Run This Year
GVSU Advances to Division II National Softball Championship for Second Time
Lakers Tally 4-0 Lead, Record Eight Hits Against Greyhounds
2013: Earned All-GLIAC Honorable Mention laurels...Started at catcher in 53 of the team's 55 games, hitting .240 with 29 hits, 17 runs, two homers, and 18 runs batted in...Put together a stellar defensive season, throwing out a GLIAC-best 13 attempted base stealers...Recorded a .994 fielding percentage and 290 putouts (fifth-most in the league) despite having the fourth-most total chances (319) in the GLIAC...Committed just two errors in 319 total chances...Ranked eighth in the conference in hit by pitches (four) and 16th in walks (17)...Notched five multi-hit games and five multi-RBI contests...Anchored the team's pitching staff that featured an All-GLIAC First Team selection (Hannah Santora) and an All-GLIAC Second Team choice (Sara Andrasik)...Finished her career ranked in a tie for ninth place in hit by pitches (nine)...Went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI in 5-3 victory over Dowling (3/4)...Recorded a 2-for-2 outing with a walk, a double, two runs, and two ribbies in a 23-0 win over Lake Erie (3/30)...Was 2-for-2 with two runs driven in 8-0 victory against Lake Superior State (4/28)...Caught a pair of no-hitters (both thrown by Andrasik): a 1-0 win over rival Ferris State (4/7) and the 8-0 over LSSU (4/28).
2012: Named to the All-GLIAC First Team as a utility player, the first all-league honors of her career... Also named to the GLIAC All-Academic Team...Hit .306 with two homers and 17 RBI, while tallying 26 hits, six doubles, and nine runs scored...A strong defensive catcher, she threw out six baserunners and had second-most putouts (144) of any player on the team...Recorded eight multi-hit games and six multi-RBI efforts...Went 3-for-4 with a double and a pair of RBI in 12-6 win at Wayne State (3/24)...Homered in consecutive starts at Lake Superior State (4/21-22), combining to go 4-for-7 with three runs and three RBI on back-to-back days, as GVSU won both games...Totaled four multi-hit games in five-game stretch from Apr. 14-22...Went 2-for-3 with two doubles, a run scored, and three RBI in 21-0 win over Rochester (3/20).
2011: Named to the GLIAC All-Academic Team...Appeared in 27 games, while making 23 starts as team's back-up catcher...Finished fourth on the team in putouts (112) and fifth in fielding percentage (.976), while throwing out four potential base stealers...Hit .324 with 22 hits, seven runs scored, three doubles, two homers, and 13 RBI...Recorded six multi-hit games (including a three-hit outing) and a pair of multi-RBI contests...Notched a season-high three hits in five at-bats with a double and an RBI against Lake Superior State (3/9)...Went 1-for-3 with a solo home run against Wayne State (Neb.) on March 7...Tagged a three-run homer at Saginaw Valley State (4/29)...Owned an eight-game hitting streak from March 25 to April 10, which featured four games of at least two hits.
2010: Played in 26 games and made 18 starts...Finished the year with a .220 average and totaled six doubles and six RBI, while tying for fourth on the team with 11 walks...Made just one error in 101 total chances as team's back-up catcher...Recorded a double and an RBI in three consecutive games from Mar. 13-20, including a 2-for-4 performance against Lake Superior State (3/20)...Also totaled a double in three consecutive games from Apr. 1-3, including going 2-for-3 with a double, a run, and an RBI in a 13-2 win over Northwood (4/2)...Drew three walks in three at-bats and totaled a season-best nine putouts defensively in a 5-0 win at Findlay (4/11).
High School: Prepped at Rogers High School under head coach Tom Hudson...Earned all-conference honors three times and was named all-conference, all-district, and all-region...Named all-state as a catcher during her junior and senior seasons...Won three OK Green Conference championships, a district title, a regional title, and finished as state runner-up during her time at Rogers...Also played basketball for four years, volleyball for two years, and swimming and cross country for a year apiece...Participated in Student Congress and Class Officers for four years, National Honors Society for three years, and Key Club for one year...Named president of her senior class and was two-year president of Student Congress.
Personal: Daughter of Curtis and Christy Holt...Enjoys playing the piano...Majoring in biomedical sciences.