Stacey Nuveman
Stacey Nuveman

Player Profile

La Verne, Ca.

High School:
St. Lucy's Priory HS





2001 Honors/Awards— NFCA/Diamond Sports Catcher of the Year … Pac-10 Player of the Year … First-team All-American, All-Region and All-Pac-10 …?Two-time Pac-10 Player of the Week, on Mar. 12 and May 7 …?All-Tournament at UCLA’s NCAA Regional …?Finalist for the Honda Award.

2001 — Hit .545 (18-for-33) with 16 RBI, five HR, nine runs scored with a 1.030 slugging percentage in UCLA’s 15 games between Easter (April 15) and the Women’s College World Series … Was also perfect defensively on 78 chances in that span, and through the WCWS …?Walked in nine of 14 plate appearances at the WCWS?… Had 22 multi-hit games, including five games with three hits … Also had 20 multi-RBI games, including two games with five RBI … Had multiple walks in 20 games, three at the WCWS, and two games in which she walked four times …?Drew multiple intentional walks seven times, including the Iowa and Stanford WCWS games, and a three-IBB day at Oregon on Apr. 22 … 28 of her 77 walks on the year were intentional …?Led the Pac-10 in batting average (.440, 7th NCAA), on-base percentage (.615) and slugging percentage (.873, 4th NCAA) …?Was also second in the conference in RBI (73, 5th NCAA) and walks (77, 4th NCAA) …?The NCAA’s active leader in career home runs (70) and RBI (235).

Summer 2001 — Played with the U.S. National Team for USA Red …?Team won the U.S. Cup and finished third at the Canada Cup.

Summer 2000— Won a gold medal as a member of the 2000 U.S. Olympic Team … Hit an extra-innings home run to defeat China in the Olymipcs semifinal …?Caught the first solo no-hitter in Olympic history, pitched by Lori Harrigan in a 6-0 win over Canada …?Was perfect defensively on 129 chances during the Games … Member of USA Gold Team that won the gold medal at the 1999 Pan American Games, accumulating a .474 batting average with three home runs, a double, seven RBI and six runs scored … Member of USA Gold team that won the 1999 Canada Cup …?Hit .385 with a 1.154 slugging percentage, three HRs, a double, eight RBI and five runs scored in the tournament.

2000 — Received a second redshirt in order to participate with the gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team in Sydney, Australia.

1999 Honors/Awards — NFCA/Diamond Sports Catcher of the Year …? Pac-10 Player of the Year … First-team All-American at catcher …?First-team All-Pac-10 …?First-team All-Pacific Region … Finalist for the AAU James E. Sullivan Award, recognizing the nation’s top amateur athlete …?One of four finalists for the Honda Award …?NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team.

1999 — Batted .538 (7-for-13) in regional play, with three home runs, eight RBI and a double …?Led the nation in both home runs (31) and RBI (91) and was second in slugging percentage (1.016), just 0.003 behind the national leader and new NCAA record-holder … Home run total is second-best in NCAA history for a single season …?RBI total is tied for seventh in NCAA history, and is the best-ever by a player from a school other than Arizona … Finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the Pac-10 in six offensive categories: HR, RBI, BA, SLG%, OB% (.596) and total bases …?Won Pac-10 triple crown with top marks in batting average, home runs and RBI …?NFCA National Player of the Week on April 28, following outstanding performances against No. 13 Cal and No. 12 Stanford … Finished the week 10-for-12 (.833) with four home runs, 11 RBI, six runs scored and four walks …?Also named Pac-10 Player of the Week that same week …?Named Pac-10 Player of the Week a conference-best four times in 1999 … Broke the UCLA career home run record on Feb. 28, knocking out the 31st of her career in a game against Long Beach State … Set the UCLA single-season home run record with her 21st home run of the year against Loyola Marymount on April 14 …?Has been walked more than any other player in UCLA history …?Owned a 14-game hitting streak from Feb. 19 to March 6 …?Played and started in all 69 games to tie the UCLA single-season record for games played.

1998 — Redshirted the 1998 season.

1997 — First-team NFCA All-American and Pac-10 selection after leading the second-ranked Bruins in every major statistical category, including batting average (.457), home runs (20), RBI (71) and slugging percentage (.853) … Named Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Regional … Pac-10 Newcomer-of-the-Year … Led the league in slugging percentage and ranked second in home runs and RBI … Broke the then-UCLA single-season home run record of 14 when she blasted her 15th of the season in game two of a doubleheader with Oregon on Apr. 26 … After only one season of collegiate softball, had tied the UCLA career home run mark of 20 set by Jennifer Brundage from 1992-95 … Named Pac-10 Player-of-the-Week in only her third week of collegiate softball, hitting .681 (15-for-22) with six home runs, a triple, three doubles, 20 RBI and eight runs scored to help UCLA claim the SDSU Tournament title with a 7-0 record … Named MVP of the tournament.

High School — Three-sport athlete at St. Lucy’s Priory High in Glendora, CA … Four-year letterwinner in both softball and basketball under head coach Dave Confair … Also played volleyball as a freshman and sophomore … Four-time first-team all-league selection and three-time first-team All-CIF selection … Named four times to the first-team All-Inland Valley and All-San Gabriel Valley, winning MVP honors in both in 1994 … Also named San Gabriel Valley Female Athlete of the Year … 1994 CIF Champions and 1996 CIF semifinalist … Named to the all-state team in 1995 … Winner of St. Lucy’s Outstanding Athlete Award …?St. Lucy’s Priory is the sister school to Mark McGwire’s high school, Damien HS.

Personal — Has been working as a color commentator on UCLA women’s basketball broadcasts during the 2001-02 season …?Also served as radio color commentator for UCLA’s broadcasts during the 2000 Women’s College World Series …?Full name is Stacey Annette Nuveman … Born April 26, 1978, in Verdugo Hills, CA … Parents are Thomas and Susan Nuveman …?Older brother, Ryan, is a 1999 UCLA grduate … Sociology major.

Nuveman’s UCLA Career Statistics

Fr., 1997.45763/631844084922071157.85333308448.978
So., 1999.44669/69184498212031911871.01661446334.992
Jr., 2001.44068/6816642731501973145.87377334613.992