2001 — Played primarily in left field, with 54 games played and 20 starts … Also saw time as a pinch runner … Scored the go-ahead run in UCLA’s May 19 NCAA Regional game against San Diego State on an impressive hook slide at the plate … Played in the 14-inning game against Washington on April 13, entering as a pinch-runner and remaining in the game in left field where she had three putouts and an outfield assist … Came back the next day as a starter, going 1-for-2 at the plate … Played primarily as a pinch runner during the last two weekends of the regular season … Had 10 steals on 11 tries, moving her into tied for 13th on UCLA’s single-season list … Is also 11th on the Bruin career list for stolen bases … Member of the Pac-10 All-Academic team.
Summer 2001 — ASA team, Hurricanes, finished second at the ASA Women’s Open Major Fastpitch National Championships, and was the only team to defeat the champion Storm … Named a second-team ASA All-American.
2000 — Missed the non-conference season because of a stress reaction in her left foot … Returned to game action during the Mar. 25 exhibition doubleheader against the U.S. Olympic Team … Made a game-saving catch on Apr. 1 at Stanford in her first game back in the lineup … Played in 21 games, earning two outfield starts and several appearances as a pinch runner during the season … Stole two bases and scored three runs during NCAA Regionals.
Summer 2000 — ASA team, Hurricanes, finished fifth at the ASA Women’s Open Major Fastpitch National Championships … Named a third-team ASA All-American.
1999 — Played in 66 games, starting 45 … Played in all four of UCLA’s four games at the College World Series … Pinch ran in the first game against DePaul, scoring the game-tying run in the seventh inning … Started in left field in the second game against DePaul and in the Fresno State game … In the championship game against Washington, she played the last three innings as a defensive replacement … Utilized most often in pinch-running situations throughout the season … Saw action in both left and right field … Stole four bases on five attempts … Scored the game-tying run in the bottom of the seventh innning in UCLA’s CWS opener.
High School — Earned three varsity letters in softball under coach Marina Henry at Mt. Carmel High School … Selected first-team All-Palomar League honors her junior and senior years … Named to the All-Palomar League second team as a sophomore … Helped Mt. Carmel to three Palomar League titles … Batted .363 her senior year, while leading the team in runs scored (20), doubles (8) and triples … Team Offensive Player of the Year her junior season … Played ASA ball with the Southern California Lightning in the 18 & Under Gold Division … Led her team to a first-place finish at the 1997 Hawai’i State Invitational … Graduated with a 3.70 GPA … Two-time member of the San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team … Four-time Mt. Carmel Scholar Athlete Award recipient.
Summer 1998 — Played for the Southern California Lightning in the 18-Under Gold Division … Helped her team to a 13th place showing at the U.S. Nationals.
Personal — Full name is Erin Nicole Rahn … Born April 18, 1980, in San Diego, CA … Daughter of Ted and Linda Rahn … Has two sisters, Jaimie and Kelsey … Enjoys snowboarding … Majoring in history.
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