The Panthers honored their eight seniors prior to first pitch.
The Panthers will honor their eight seniors prior to game three on Sunday.
The three-game series starts at noon on Saturday.
The Panthers slipped 5-4 in the contest.
Holly Stevens scores her team-leading 29th run of the season.
2012: Four-year starter in right field...registered 190 career starts in 193 games...rated fourth in all-time career walks (77)...ranked sixth all-time in career doubles (33)...concluded her career with 84 RBI, 33 doubles, 17 homers and 126 hits...totaled 222 putouts and 10 assists for a .955 fielding percentage...led the team with 10 doubles during her senior year...chipped in a .402 slugging percentage with 14 RBI and 11 runs scored...carried a .923 fielding percentage on 52 chances...smacked two home runs and went 3-for-3 at the plate in a 3-1 victory over Eastern Kentucky (March 10)...went 2-for-2 with a run against Hofstra (March 2)...scored two runs and was 2-for-2 against Kent State (March 28).
2011: Started in all 49 games played as a right fielder...tied a career-high with a .288 season batting average...blasted five home runs and drove in 21 runs...smacked her first-career grand slam and a solo homer while collecting five RBI against North Carolina A&T (March 12)...named to the Big East Weekly Honor Roll (March 24)...led the team in sacrifice hits (10)...recorded five doubles, including two against Connecticut (April 16)...went 6-for-9 with six RBI during a three-game series against Seton Hall (March 26-27)...collected five putouts in game one of a doubleheader against Louisville (April 9)...walked a season-high three times in the second game against Louisville (April 9), including once with the bases loaded...led off the seventh inning of an upset victory over then No. 17 Georgia Tech with a single that became the tying run in the game...ranked fourth in career walks with 67 after three seasons...posted an eight-game hit streak during the season.
2010: Posted then career-highs in almost every statistical category...led the team in doubles (15), walks (21) and on-base percentage (.393)...her 15 doubles on the season ranks second most all-time for a single season at Pitt...tied for the team-high with 30 RBI...second on the team in batting average at .288...was a perfect 3-for-3 in stolen bases on the season...posted a career-best .970 fielding percentage...tallied a team season-best with eight multiple RBI games...totaled a nine-game hitting streak...had a career-high eight putouts against Connecticut...recorded three hits and one RBI against Texas A&M Corpus Christi...smacked a triple against Fairfield (Feb. 28)...tallied a season-best 13 putouts against Oakland (March 6)...had double-figures in putouts against Fairfield (11), Oakland (13) and Morehead State (12)...drove in the winning run against Minnesota (Feb. 21), Oakland (March 6), Maine (March 14) and St. Francis (Pa.) (March 30).
2009: Started 47 games in right field during her first season at Pitt...led the team with six home runs and 28 walks...ranked second in single-season walks...totaled 19 RBI on the season...collected a team and season-best four-RBI against Seton Hall...scored the first run of the game and recorded her first home run with a solo shot against Robert Morris...plated the first run of the Panthers' home opener against Georgetown...recorded three hits and an RBI against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi...had a career-high eight putouts against Connecticut...finished the season with a .956 fielding percentage.
High School: Three-time all-league first team selection...second team Dream Team honoree in 2007 and 2008...led Warren to the 2006 League Championship...named the 2005 Best Offensive Player...honored as the Warren High School Athlete of the Year...a member of the basketball team, earning the 2007 Mimi Baker Award and 2008 Coach's Award.
Personal: Born March 28, 1990...daughter of Jorge and Maria Bravo...has one sister, Julianna, and one brother, Dominic...completed her degree in communication in April 2012.
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