Julie Hoshizaki
Julie Hoshizaki

Player Profile

Cerritos, CA

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2003: First-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection. Second runner out of the dugout for Sue Enquist. Appeared in 32 games with four starts in left field. All four starts were in Pac-10 play, including the Apr. 4 game against Arizona State and all three games in Oregon Apr. 11-13. Recorded her first career hit against the Sun Devils with a single through the left side in the bottom of the sixth inning at Easton Stadium. Had a total of three hits in 16 at-bats, all of them hard-hit singles. Additional hits came on Apr. 11 at Oregon State and as a pinch hitter on May 10 in the second game of UCLAÕs doubleheader sweep at Arizona State. Had 13 runs scored in 36 games played. Also had two outfield putouts, seeing time in left field.

2002: Played almost exclusively as a pinch-runner, appearing in 38 games and scoring 14 runs. Played defensively as a replacement on Feb. 20 in game 1 against UC Riverside at second base, recording one putout and an assist.

2001: A base running specialist who appeared in 46 games, scoring 17 runs with one stolen base. Also served as a backup second baseman, appearing defensively on Apr. 28 in game two of the UC Riverside doubleheader. Pinch-ran at the WomenÕs College World Series, scoring a run against LSU.

Summer 2001: ASA team, Shilos, finished ninth at the ASA WomenÕs Open Major Fastpitch National Championships. Hit .428 with a .667 on-base percentage for the tournament.

High School: Team won the Suburban League and Division 2 CIF Championship her junior and senior years. Second-team All-CIF South. Named to Long Beach Press Telegram "dream team" as a senior, junior and sophomore. First-team All-Suburban League as a junior at second base. All-Mission Valley League as a freshman and sophomore in the outfield. Earned defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore. Played the 2000 summer season with the San Diego Renegades after two seasons with the Orange County Batbusters. Cerritos HS Athlete of the Year as a senior. Four-year letterwinner in softball and soccer. Three-year MVP in soccer.