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  Alissa Eno
Alissa Eno

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
El Segundo, CA

High School:
El Segundo

Height:
5-5½

Position:
Utiil

Bat/Throw:
R/R

Summer 2005 Played ASA softball for the SoCal Scorpions. Team played at the Women's Major A Fastpitch National Championships, reaching the Consolation Championship before being knocked out of the tournament by the eventual National Championship team.

2005 (Junior) Played in four games at the Women's College World Series, all as a pinch-runner. Scored a run in the first game of the Championship Series against Michigan on June 6. Started three games, all in right field. Has appeared in a total of 43 games, scoring 14 runs with one stolen base ...Has one putout on the season, in her Feb. 2 start in right field against UC Riverside.

Summer 2004 Played ASA Women's Open softball with the SoCal Shilos.

2004 (Sophomore) Started seven games at Designated Player during the Pac-10 season. Also started UCLA's first two postseason games at DP. Scored a run against Mississippi Valley State in UCLA's NCAA Regional opener. Had a successful sacrifice against Louisville the following day. First career extra-base hit came in the regular season finale against Arizona State (G2). That double scored a run, UCLA's 10th and last of the game. Role player who primarily saw action as a pinch runner prior to her stint hitting eighth in the lineup as the DP.

Summer 2003 Played at the ASA Women's Open with the SoCal Shilos.

2003 (Freshman) Saw her first action as a Bruin in UCLA's Feb. 5 doubleheader at UC Riverside. Pinch-ran and scored a run in game 1 before playing in right field and recording an RBI walk in game 2. Recorded her first official at-bat on Mar. 9 at Fresno State. Only other defensive appearance of the year came on Apr. 12 at Oregon, coming in to play right field during the game's middle innings. Appeared in a pinch-runner in seven of her 10 games played.

High School Earned four softball letters, two soccer letters and two volleyball letters at El Segundo High School. Daily Breeze All-Area first team as a junior and senior. Three-time All-Bay League first-team selection. Los Angeles Times South Bay/West Side Player of the Year as a senior. Cal-Hi Sports All-State Small School selection. El Segundo High School Female Athlete of the Year as a senior. Twin brother, Steven, was the ESHS Male Athlete of the Year. Played ASA travel softball for the Firecrackers, winning the Canada Cup and Worth Cup championships.


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