Kelly Zboralske
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Orangevale, Calif.

High School:
St. Francis HS '11

Height:
5-8

Position:
UTL

B/T:
R/R

2014: Named BIG WEST CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK on March 10... Ranked No. 89 in the nation in sacrifice flies (3)... Led the team with her .491 slugging pct., 80 total bases, 28 RBIs and three sacrifice flies... One of two players who hit a team-high seven home runs (the Aggies only hit 10 as a team in 2013)... Her 46 hits, 17 walks, nine doubles and two triples were the second-highest totals... Eleven of 28 RBIs were recorded with two outs... Hit safely in 10 straight games, the second-longest streak on the team...Reached base in 11 straight games, the second-longest streak among all Aggies... One of four players to start all 54 games... Split her starts as the team's third baseman and designated player... Belted a team-high two doubles vs. North Dakota State (3/8)...Drove in a season-high three RBIs in that same game... Recorded a season-high three hits vs. San Diego (2/8) and Boston U. (3/2)... Hit a triple vs. LIU-Brooklyn (2/23) and at Santa Clara (3/1).

2012: Reached base safely in her only at-bat vs. Missouri (2/24)... Drove in her first collegiate run at Cal (3/7)... Hit a grand slam in her only plate appearance vs. Virginia (3/15).

ST. FRANCIS HS '11: Earned two varsity letters as a member of St. Francis' girls' softball team... Played first and third base both years... Hit .404 and earned All-Delta River League first team accolades as a junior...Named Most Inspirational and 2011 Optimist All-Star as a senior.

PERSONAL: Parents are Janet and Michael Zboralske... Her father was once a member of Stanford's baseball team... She is the youngest of their four children... Enjoys singing, dancing, snowboarding and wakeboarding... Becoming a Division I athlete is her greatest personal accomplishment... Most memorable athletics highlight took place when she hit a pinch-hit grand slam, her first collegiate home run during her first stint with Aggie softball... If she could change anything about her sport, she would choose to move the rubber back... Planning to pursue a career as a physician's assistant or nurse... Braids her hair out of superstition... Encourages others to, "never lose the love of the game, have fun!"

Year Avg. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB
2012 .188 16 16 4 3 1 0 1 5 7 1 4 0
2014 .282 54 163 11 46 9 2 7 28 80 6 28 0
Totals .274 70 179 15 49 10 2 8 33 87 7 32 0