Go Panthers!
Go Panthers!
Schedule |  Coaches |  Roster |  Videos |  Photos |  News |  Archives


  Kaila Balatgek
Kaila Balatgek

Player Profile
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Reading, Pa.

High School:
Exeter Township

Last College:
UMBC

Position:
INF

Bat/Throw:
R/R

04/16/2014

No. 9/8 Florida State Sweeps Midweek Doubleheader

Panthers host Georgia Tech in finale home series of the season this weekend

04/12/2014

Syracuse Takes Doubleheader From Pitt Softball

Panthers and Orange conclude three game series on Sunday

04/05/2014

Boston College Takes Doubleheader from Pitt

Pitt and BC conclude three game set on Sunday at Noon.

03/01/2014

Pitt Defeats Butler, Loses to #8/7 Kentucky in Nine Innings

Final two games of Kentucky Tournament cancelled due to weather

02/03/2014

2014 Pitt Softball Season Preview

Panthers to play 10 NCAA Tournament teams from last season

2013: Game-by-Game Statistics:

Started all 48 games at shortstop...Tallied her first career RBI against No. 10 Texas A&M...Was 1-for-2 with a double against Valparaiso...Went 1-for-2 with one walk and two runs scored against Fordham...Hit her first career home run in a 1-for-3, three RBI game against Fairfield...Was 1-for-3 against George Mason and scored on run...Went 4-for-10 against St. John's with three doubles and three runs scored...Had a walk-off double in the eighth inning against the Red Storm in a 3-2 victory...Had a RBI double against DePaul in a 2-0 victory....Had a career-high three hits against Notre Dame and was 3-for-3...Was 1-for-2 with a two-run homer against Providence...In the season finale, she was 1-for-3 with a walk and scored twice.

High School:

A two-time all-division honoree...led Berks League in home runs (6) and extra-base hits (11) in 2009...named to the USSSA Fast Pitch World Series All-Tournament Team in 2007 and the Triple Crown World Series Showcase Team in 2009...also lettered in field hockey and track and field at Exeter Township...the 2011 Berks County champion in javelin who set the school record in the event (119.8 feet)...an honor roll student and Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Award recipient.