12 Sarah Axelson
2009: Appeared in 51 games and started 44...Batted .265 (30-for-113) with 3 homers and 12 RBIs...Finished second on the team with 12 walks while scoring 15 runs...The bulk of her starts (27) came in right field...Also started 14 times at DP...Finished with 8 multiple hit games and 3 multiple RBI games...Had a four-game hitting streak starting in late April through early May...Homers came against Hawaii (2/15), Saint Mary's (2/21) and Nevada (4/8)...Homer against Hawaii was a three-run shot in the Aggies' 8-1 win...Had a four-game stretch in mid-March when she went a combined 6-for-11 with three two-hit games...Went 2-for-3 with a homer, double and 4 RBIs in upset win of ranked Nevada (4/8).
2008: Appeared in 51 games and started 43, mostly at third base... Batted .271 (29-for-107) and shared team lead with 6 home runs... Slugged .486 and led team with 10 HBP en route to .366 on-base average... Homered in each end of doubleheader at Cal Poly (5/3)... Enjoyed a strong May finish: hit safely in season's final six games (5/3 to 5/10), batting 8-for-18 with 4 HRs and 7 RBIs in that stretch.
2007: Appeared in 31 games and started 14...Batted 8-for-50 (.160) with a double and 4 RBI... Played mostly as a DP or pinch-hitter, but also saw action in 8 games at third base... First collegiate hit was an RBI pinch-hit single vs. Saint Mary's (2/25)... Went 2-for-3 with an RBI vs. Santa Clara (3/4).
MONTE VISTA HS '06: Batted .438 with .616 slugging average, earning second-team All-Metro honors by San Francisco Chronicle... Twice named to All-East Bay Athletic League first team... Helped team capture back-to-back EBAL titles, combining for 39-9 league record... Also played one year of soccer, earning Senior Athlete of the Year... Soccer team won North Coast Section 3A championship in 2006... Earned CIF-NCS Scholar Athlete accolades in 2005 and 2006... Played ASA ball for Valley Stompers (Danville, Calif.).
PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in science & technology studies and native american studies, hoping for a career in radiology... Parents are Kimberly Lusk-Dejauregui and Richard Dejauregui.