Katie  Robertson

Fresno, Calif.

High School:
Clovis West HS '13



Aerospace Science & Engineering

2015: BIG WEST CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM... Dropped four sacrifice bunts - the second-highest total on the team... Started 31 of her 32 games played... All of her starts took place behind the plate... Posted a season-high four at-bats vs. Sacramento State (2/13) at the Fresno State Kick-Off... Recorded her first collegiate extra-base hit in that same Causeway Cup contest... Collected a season-high two hits against Sacramento State, Saint Mary's (3/22) and vs. CSUN (4/3)... Drove in two runs, her first two RBI as an Aggie, against Sacramento State... Other RBI were earned vs. CSUN and at UC Riverside (4/26).

Appeared in 17 games and named a starter on eight occasions... All eight starts took place behind the plate... Recorded a hit vs. Robert Morris (2/15), at Pacific (4/23) and UC Riverside (4/26, Gm. 2)... Collected a sacrifice hit vs. Seattle U. (3/2).

CLOVIS WEST HS '13: Earned four varsity softball letters at Clovis West as its catcher and designated player... Named a Clovis West scholar-athlete all four years... In her senior season, as a catcher, Robertson earned offensive player of the year, all-conference first team, and U.S. Army Corp Distinguished Athlete accolades... Her teammates elected her captain her senior season... The Fresno Bee named her to its annual all-star team in 2013... Also received city and county all-star MVP honors her senior year... She is a CSF lifetime member and academic scholar, both earned before graduating Clovis West.

PERSONAL: Parents are Whitley and Alan Robertson... Her older brother, Maclain, attends Fresno City College... Enjoys reading... Not many people know that she plays the string bass... Her career athletics highlight took place when she was named MVP in a Fresno city/county all-star game... Also enjoys playing water polo... Buster Posey is her sports hero... Would love to study and live in Paris, France... Chose UC Davis because the school possessed everything she wanted: great academics, a good softball program, beautiful campus and location... If she could change anything about her sport, she would make the ball a little softer because, as a catcher, she is hit often...John Lack, her high school band director, is her non-sports hero who changed her outlook on life. His passion and determination to not only be the best, but to help and better every student in his program was touching; I will never forget his words and beliefs... "When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you will be successful," is her advice to others... Competed as a member of Central California Dirt Dogs' club softball team (Hanford, California) for four years.

2014 .158 17 19 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 7 0
2015 .125 32 64 1 8 1 0 0 4 9 0 2 0
Totals .133 49 83 1 11 1 0 0 4 12 2 9 0