2000 — Had an outfield assist against Washington at the Women’s College World Series for the last out of the second inning ...?Was 1-for-1 stealing bases at the WCWS, swiping the base against Southern Mississippi ...?Hit .333 going 3-for-9 with four runs scored in the Regional ...?Scored the first run of the Regional championship game with heads-up baserunning, capitalizing on a Florida State mental mistake ...?Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Paradise Softball Classic ...?Hit .556 with two doubles and two RBI at the Torero Invitational Classic ...?Started every game in the outfield, primarily in left field ...?Second on the team in stolen bases with 17 … Finished the season ranked fifth on UCLA’s all-time list with 24 career swipes ...?Was the only Bruin starter to maintain a 1.000 fielding percentage.
1999 - Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 ...?Starter in 59 of the team's 69 games after walking on in 1998 ...?Held a .333 batting average in Pac-10 play ...?Season-long seven-game hitting streak occurred from Feb. 28 to March 6 ...?During the streak, went 13-for-24 for a .542 average ... Registered three hits in a game four times during the season ...?Had 11 multi-hit games ... One of two Bruin starters (with Christie Ambrosi) who finished the 1999 campaign with a 1.000 fielding percentage.
1998 - Late addition to the Bruin roster ...?Joined the team for spring workouts ...?Appeared in 37 games, starting 28 ...?Started her first game in right field against No. 5 Fresno State on March 8, becoming a mainstay in the lineup ... Enjoyed one of her best games of the season against No. 1 Arizona on April 3 ...?In that game, belted the first home run of her career, going 2-for-2 with two runs scored and an RBI ... Came on strong the last two weeks of April, going 11-for-30 (.366) with six RBI and five runs scored including a home run ... Posted one of her best games in UCLA's 7-4 win over Oregon on May 2 ...?In that game, blasted a grand slam, going 2-for-3 with four RBI and a run scored ...?Helped UCLA to an upset over No. 16 Arizona State on May 10, knocking in both RBI in the Bruins' 2-1 victory ...?Finished the season fifth on the team in hitting with a .239 average, 21 hits, 11 RBI and two home runs.
High School - Multi-sport athlete who earned a total of 13 varsity letters at James Monroe High School in Van Nuys ... Participated in softball, track and field, soccer and volleyball ... Lettered four years in softball, capturing first-team all-league and all-conference honors all four seasons ...?Named league MVP in 1997 ...?James Monroe's Female Athlete of the Year her junior and senior years ... Three-time All-CIF selection ... Helped her team to the AAA City Championship her freshman season, batting .450 with 14 RBI and a home run ... Four-time Scholar Athlete selection ... Played club softball for the So. Cal Sensations and the Granada Hills Outlaws.
Personal - Full name is Guadalupe Brambila ... Born September 30, 1979, in Mission Hills, CA ... Parents are Jose Brambila and Ermelinda Valle ... Has one brother, Jose, and two sisters, Elvira and Marina ... Biology major.
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