After a solid senior season in 2007, Mandi Salcido remains with the Aggie softball program as a volunteer assistant coach for Karen Yoder.
Salcido earned All-Division I Independent first-team honors, batting .278 with eight home runs and a team-best 29 RBI. She started all 59 games at shortstop, logging 117 assists and five double plays.
Salcido transferred to UC Davis from UC Riverside, where she started 56 games and batted .277. Previously, she helped Sacramento City College capture the 2004 state title, earning All-Bay Valley Conference honors. Salcido's collegiate career began at Solano College, where she was an all-conference honoree as a freshman.
Originally from Sacramento, Calif. and a product of El Camino High School, Salcido starred for California Breeze, helping that team to an ASA 18U national championship in 1999.
She graduated last June with a degree in sociology.
Softball ends season with close games against CSUN
Wild finish caps
walk-off comeback win
UC Davis ends 2017 season at home vs. CSUN
Softball to honor its six seniors on Saturday
Brianna Warner named Big West Player of the Week
Softball wins weekend series in Santa Barbara
Four-run fourth leads to blowout victory at UCSB
Four teams earn
NCAA Public Recognition Awards