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  Nicole Troncoso

Nicole Troncoso

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Palmdale, Calif.

High School:
William J. Pete Knight

Last College:
Boston College

Height:
5-10

Position:
Infield

Birthdate:
06/17/1989

B/T:
R/R

2010: Played and started all 48 games at first base...led the team with a .345 batting average which ranked fifth in the OVC...led the team in hits (58), slugging percentage (.429), doubles (9), total bases (72) and at bats (168)...ranked second on the club with 23 RBI...led the team with a .325 batting average in OVC games...hit a team-best .378 in home games...recorded a .364 batting average with 14 RBI in non-conference games...hit .389 with runners on base...hit a team-high .444 with the bases loaded...hit .390 with runners in scoring position...collected nine two-out RBI...second in the OVC with 26 hits in league games...tied for the OVC lead with a 11-game hitting streak...had a team-high 15 multi-hit games, including two with four hits...led the team with five multi-RBI games...six of her nine doubles came in OVC play...drove in three runs, including two on her first career triple vs. IUPUI (3/16)...went a perfect 4 for 4 from the plate vs. Eastern Illinois (3/31) and at Tennessee Tech (5/9)...went 3 for 4 with two doubles and three RBI at Murray State (4/17)...hit her only home run of the season vs. IPFW (3/10)...led the team with a .992 fielding percentage, committing just three errors in 384 chances...did not commit a single error in home games...led the team with 357 putouts...set a career-high with 14 putouts three times...turned a team-high 15 double plays...named to the Blues City Classic All-Tournament Team...member of the OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll...Southeast Scholar Athlete

2009: Second Team All-OVC selection...named to the OVC All-Newcomer Team...played and started in all 50 games...recorded 35 starts at shortstop and 13 at first base...hit a team-best .341 with six doubles, one home run, 18 RBI and 18 runs scored...ranked ninth in the OVC in batting average...averaged 1.04 hits per game in OVC play, ranking fifth in the conference...tied for the team lead with 46 hits...second on the team with a .378 on base percentage...ranked third on the team with a .407 slugging percentage...collected 12 two-out RBI...hit a team-best .362 with a .431 slugging percentage in non-conference games...hit .365 with a .444 slugging percentage in away games...hit .384 with three doubles and a run scored at the OVC Tournament...recorded a 13-game hitting streak which was the third-longest in the OVC...had ten multi-hit games including three three-hit games...recorded four multi-RBI games...went a perfect 3 for 3 from the plate vs. Eastern Illinois (4/29), collecting one RBI and two runs scored...collected three RBI vs. Eastern Kentucky (4/25)...went 3 for 4 with two RBI and a run scored at Tennessee State (5/2)...collected first collegiate home run at Morehead State (3/18)...member of the OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll...Southeast Scholar Athlete.

2008 (Boston College): Started 15 of the 21 games played in...hit .250 with a run scored and one RBI...turned two double plays...made first collegiate appearance vs Nevada (3/9), recording one assist...made first career start in second game of doubleheader at North Carolina State (3/15)...recorded a season-best three putouts at North Carolina State (3/16), also added four assists...had a season's-best six assists at Fairfield University (3/20)...collected first collegiate hit vs. Holy Cross (3/26), also drove in first career run to tie the game and scored the game-winning run...had a season-high three at bats and collected first career multi-hit game at Rhode Island (4/24)...started at third base in second round game of ACC Tournament collecting a game-high four assists.

Prep: First Team All-League in 2006...Second Team All-League in 2005...two-time team captain...awarded Defensive and Offensive Most Valuable Player Awards in 2005...earned defensive MVP honors in 2006...gained Daily News All-Antelope Varsity Softball First-Team honors in 2006...played varsity basketball and captained team in 2005 and 2006...Golden League Honorable Mention 2006...played for the American Pastime club team...coached by David Lindsay.

Personal: Born 6/17/89...daughter of Robert and Katie Troncoso...majoring in Communication Disorders.

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