May 18, 2011
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Six Bruins were honored on the All-Pacific-10 Conference teams on Wednesday, while all four UCLA freshmen were named to the All-Freshmen squad. Junior Andrea Harrison and freshman Kellie Fox were named All-Pac-10 first team, senior GiOnna DiSalvatore was honored on the second team and senior Donna Kerr, junior Katie Schroeder and sophomore B.B. Bates were named honorable mention.
Harrison earned her second-straight, first-team honor and her third overall conference nod after receiving honorable mention accolades as a freshman. Fox is the first UCLA freshman since Anjelica Selden in 2005 to earn first-team honors in her initial season in Westwood.
DiSalvatore is the 23rd Bruin to receive four all-conference selections. She was named second team in 2008 and 2009 and first team last season. Kerr (honorable mention in `08 and `10) and Schroeder (honorable mention in `08 and first team in `09) each earned their third All-Pac-10 awards, while it was Bates' first accolade.
Harrison leads the Bruins in all three triple crown categories with a .392 batting average, 13 home runs and 46 runs batted in. She is also first with a .730 slugging and a .503 on base percentage, tied for first with 28 walks, tied for second with 11 doubles and six hit by pitches and tied for third with 35 runs scored. Harrison, who has been named Pac-10 Player of the Week twice this season, is tops on the squad with 18 multiple-hit games and is third with nine multi-RBI contests. One of three Bruins to start all 50 games this year, she is fourth in UCLA history in slugging (.636), tied for eighth in hit by pitches (15) and ninth in home runs (38).
Fox is second on the club with a .352 batting average, 11 home runs, 45 runs batted in, a .648 slugging, a .457 on base percentage and eight sacrifice hits. Her 11 homers are the second most in a single season by a UCLA freshman. Fox is also tied for the team lead with six stolen bases and 28 walks and is fourth with nine doubles. One of three Bruins to start all 50 games, the freshman is second on the club with 10 multiple-RBI games and has 10 multi-hit contests.
DiSalvatore leads the Bruins with 15 doubles and is second with 38 runs scored. She is also third with a .333 batting average, tied for third with 26 walks and 14 multiple-hit games and fourth with 26 runs batted in, adding four home runs, a .516 slugging and a .429 on base percentage. One of three players to start all 50 games, DiSalvatore is UCLA's all-time leader in doubles with 63 and is also tied for fourth in runs scored (172), tied for seventh in total bases (404), eighth in RBI (163) and hits (256) and 10th in at-bats (721) and walks (87).
Kerr is first on the pitching staff with 167 strikeouts in 151 innings and boasts a 12-9 record with a 2.46 earned run average. She has 10 complete games, two solo shutouts and two saves. Kerr tossed her second career no-hitter in the season opener on February 11th against Utah State. The senior is fifth in UCLA history in appearances (119), seventh in strikeouts (714), ninth in innings pitched (574.1) and saves (3) and 10th in wins (63).
Schroeder is tops on the team with 40 runs scored and eight hit by pitches, tied for second with 11 doubles, third with five stolen bases, tied for third with 26 walks and fourth with a .438 on base percentage. She is batting .319 with four home runs and 20 runs batted in. Schroeder is second on the club with 16 multiple-hit games and tied for fourth with seven multi-RBI contests. The junior is fourth in UCLA history in on base percentage (.465), sixth in hit by pitches (19), seventh in stolen bases (34) and tied for 11th in walks (86).
Bates is third on the team with 10 home runs, 39 runs batted in and a .564 slugging and fourth with a .325 batting average. She is also tied for the team lead with six stolen bases, third with six sacrifice hits and tied for third with 35 runs scored. Bates leads the squad with 11 multiple-RBI games and is tied for third with 14 multi-hit contests.
Hall leads the team in wins with a 16-8 record and holds a 2.61 earned run average and 113 strikeouts in 134 innings. She has 10 complete games, three shutouts and two saves. At the plate, the freshman is batting .284 with five home runs, 10 runs batted in, 11 runs scored, 16 walks and a .430 on base percentage.
Tiumalu is fourth on the squad with nine home runs, a .561 slugging and four sacrifice hits. She is hitting .301 with 23 runs batted in, 21 walks and 19 runs scored. Tiumalu had nine multiple-hit games and six multi-RBI contests. She was named Pac-10 Player of the Week on March 1.
Snow leads the Bruins and all Pac-10 players with 11 sacrifice hits. She is batting .244 with 14 runs batted in, 13 runs scored, 15 walks and four doubles, picking up hits in each of her first six conference contests.
The Bruins open up NCAA Regional action against Jacksonville on Friday at 12:30 p.m. PT in Gainesville, Fla. Gametracker and free live audio will be available at UCLABruins.com, while a streamed broadcast will also be available at ESPN3.com.