2006: ALL-DIV. I INDEPENDENT FIRST TEAM... Led team in most pitching categories, finishing with 8-17 record and 2.40 ERA... Started 28 of 35 appearances... Fanned 164 and walked 76 in 160.2 innings... Recorded 11 complete games, including two shutouts... Twice earned D-I Independent Pitcher of the Week honors (3/29 and 4/19)... Struck out 10 or more batters on four occasions, including season-best 13 vs. Tennessee... Fanned 11 in 2-hit shutout of Santa Clara (3/25), then allowed just one ER in 5.0 innings the following day to pick up first POTW award... Had 10 Ks and allowed one ER in 2-hit victory vs. UC Riverside (4/9)... Tossed one-hitter to beat Cal State Fullerton (4/30)... Batted 3-for-24 for the year... Hit first career homer vs. Fresno State, a two-run shot off Katie Nelson in 5th inning (2/22).
2005: Played in all 54 games, either at first base, outfield or on the mound... Batted 25-for-142 (.176) with 6 doubles and 10 RBI... Led team with 8 sacrifice hits... Had 5 multi-hit games, including two in each end of season-ending doubleheader at Utah State (5/8)... Hit 2-for-3 with double and 2 RBI vs. Long Beach State (2/6)... Started 14 of 24 pitching appearances... Finished 0-13 with 3.51 ERA... Fanned 79 batters in 89.2 innings... Tallied season-high 10 strikeouts with no earned runs in 8-inning home outing with Sacramento State (2/26).
2004: Made 21 pitching appearances, including 7 starts... Finished with 6-5 mark with 2.43 ERA... Had 3 complete games, including one shutout... Fanned season-best 8 in shutout vs. Stanislaus (4/30)... Fired 6.1 scoreless innings at San Bernardino for first collegiate win (2/7)... Also started 3 games at DP... Hit 1-for-7 (.143) with 2 runs for the year.
WILLIAM HART HS '03: Three-year Scholar-Athlete honoree... Named team and league MVP as a freshman at Southern California Christian... Played summer ball for So Cal Strike Force in Arcadia.
PERSONAL: Born in Glendale, Calif.... Majoring in animal science (with a physiology emphasis), with career plans in veterinary medicine... Parents are Tony & Pamela Tognetti... Best athlete she's faced was Crystal Bustos... Non-sports hero is her cousin, Don E. Porter, namesake of the ASA Hall of Fame stadium, president of the International Softball Federation and the man credited for putting softball into the Olympic Games.
Softball wins weekend series in Santa Barbara
Four-run fourth leads to blowout victory at UCSB
Four teams earn
NCAA Public Recognition Awards
Final road trip takes Aggies to
UC Santa Barbara
Kibby's pitching, Jauregui's home run lifts Ags to 1-0 win
Aggies set new D-I record in Saturday's twinbill
Cadona frustrates No. 24 Cal
in I-80 clash