Bennett, who was named All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention, led the Bruins with a .404 batting average, was second with 12 stolen bases and tied for second with two triples ... also had 22 runs scored, 36 hits, seven runs batted in and seven walks ... posted one hit in eight at-bats at the Los Angeles Super Regional against #14 Kentucky (May 24-25), singling in Game 3 and scoring a run in Game 2 ... recorded two hits in seven at-bats (.286) at the Los Angeles Regional (May 16-18), singling, walking, scoring and stealing two bases on May 17 against #20 Notre Dame ... singled on May 18 versus Notre Dame ... had a pair of singles, an RBI and a walk on May 10 at #3 Arizona State ... produced five hits in seven at-bats (.714) with a pair of RBI and four runs in the Stanford series (May 2-4) ... tied a career high with three hits, scoring twice, on May 2 ... drove in a pair on a single on May 3, adding a single, a walk and two runs on May 4 ... went 4-for-9 (.444) in the series at Cal (April 26-27) ... tied a career high with three hits in the opener of an April 26 doubleheader, singling in the second contest ... went 5-for-9 (.556) with two runs in the Oregon State series (April 17-19) ... had two hits and scored on both April 17 and 18 ... posted two singles, an RBI, a run and a steal on April 4 at #3 Oregon ... went 6-for-7 (.857) in the Utah series (March 28-30) with five runs scored and five stolen bases ... had two singles, scored twice and stole a base on March 28 ... recorded three hits (tied career high), two singles and a triple, with two runs scored and three stolen bases (tied career high) on March 29 ... drove in a pair of runs on a single in the second game of a doubleheader versus UC Santa Barbara on March 26 ... made her season debut at #5 Washington and recorded two singles, a steal and a run scored on March 22.
Was named to the All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention and Pac-12 All-Freshman Teams after ranking first on the Bruins with 16 stolen bases and third with a .357 batting average ... tied for sixth among Pac-12 players in steals ... started all 57 games she appeared in ... added a .402 on base percentage, a home run, 13 runs batted in, 34 runs scored and five doubles ... recorded 15 multiple-hit games, which tied for fourth on the team, and three multi-RBI contests ... hit a team-high .375 in Pac-12 play with seven steals ... ended the season with hits in 15 of her last 16 games, posting a .500 average (26-for-52) with 17 runs, nine RBI and seven steals ... was 9-for-18 (.500) at the Louisville Regional (May 17-19), going 3-for-3 in a pair of May 18 contests ... swiped two bags and scored twice against IPFW ... belted her first career homer later that night versus #12 Louisville, driving in five runs ... went 6-for-11 (.545) in the Oregon State series (May 9-11), posting two singles and a stolen base on May 10 and three hits, including a two-RBI triple, two runs scored and a stolen base on May 11 ... had hits in all three games of the series with #4 Oregon (April 26-28), going 5-for-9 ... had two singles, including a two-run base hit on April 27 ... also had two singles, scored a run and stole a base on April 26 ... recorded back-to-back, two-hit games on April 20 at #22 Arizona and April 24 against UCSB, scoring twice in each contest ... tied a career high with three singles, and scored a run, on April 11 against #8 California ... went 3-for-3 with a steal and a double on April 3 against #19 Washington ... recorded two singles in the March 29 contest at #15 Stanford ... posted a pair of two-hit games on March 10 against UNLV and Charleston Southern, scoring in each contest ... recorded a single and a double against Fresno State, scoring three runs and stealing three bases ... went 2-for-2 with a double and a run versus Seattle University on Feb. 16 ... drove in her first collegiate run on a bases-loaded walk against San Jose State (Feb. 16), adding a single and a run ... scored twice and walked twice, and also stole her first collegiate base, versus #20 Hawai’i on Feb. 15 ... picked up her first collegiate hit against Wright State on Feb. 9.
TROY HIGH SCHOOL
Allexis Bennett's Career Statistics
Bennett was a two-sport athlete at Troy High School in Fullerton, Calif. ... played four years of center field and shortstop in softball, as well as lettering one year as a guard on the basketball team ... earned All-Freeway League honors all four seasons ... was also named team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year all four years, as well as Defensive POY in each of the last three seasons ... hit .588 in her senior campaign with 20 runs batted in, 46 stolen bases and 36 runs scored ... earned academic honors all four years ... coached by Marlon Buttram ... played travel ball with OC Batbusters under coach Gary Hanning ... placed first in the Colorado Tournament in 2012, second in Colorado in ‘11 and first in PGF, ASA Nationals and Colorado in 2010.
Born Allexis Lauren Bennett on July 6, 1994 in Richland, Wash. ... nickname is Chip ... parents are Mari and Robert Bennett ... has two younger sisters, Kennedee and Stella ... chose to attend UCLA because it has tradition, a huge history of winning and it is one of the most prestigious universities in the world ... things she likes the most about softball is learning something new every day and playing with the best of the best ... favorites include the television show “24”, singer Eminem, the movie “The Lion King” and the Seattle Seahawks ... biggest athletic thrill was winning three tournaments with OC Batbusters in 2010 ... hobbies include reading the bible, going on mission trips, hanging with Christian friends and going to Late Night with Jessica Hall ... favorite academic class is math ... majoring in political science, with the career objective of becoming a coach.
Allexis Bennett's Game Highs
||5, vs. California (4/12/13)
5, vs. UAB (5/19/13)
||3, vs. Fresno State (3/1/13)
||3, Eight Times (last vs. Stanford, 5/2/14)
|RUNS BATTED IN
||5, at Louisville (5/18/13)
||1, Six Times (last vs. Oregon State, 4/18/14)
||1, at Oregon State (5/11/13)
1, vs. Utah (3/29/14)
1, vs. Long Beach State (4/21/14)
||1, at Louisville (5/18/13)
||6, at Louisville (5/18/13)
||2, vs. Hawai'i (2/15/13)
||1, Six Times (last at Arizona State, 5/9/14)
||3, vs. Fresno State (3/1/13)
3, vs. Utah (3/29/14)
|HIT BY PITCHES
||1, vs. New Mexico (3/3/13)
1, vs. North Dakota State (3/12/13)
1, at Utah (4/6/13)