Conference Record 4,367 Student-Athletes Recognized
Panthers win 30 games and reach ACC tournament for second straight season.
Pitt falls to the Seminoles 8-0 in six innings of play.
Panthers fall to 30-17 on the season, 7-11 in ACC play
The Panthers take two from the Golden Flashes, 1-0 and 3-2.
Pitt Softball Fall Ball Pictures
AS A SENIOR (2016)
Started 30 games at catcher for the Panthers… Committed just two errors…Picked off two runners which tied for 2nd in the ACC…Knocked two runs in with a hit in rout of St. Bonaventure…Scored two runs, drew three walks and recorded an RBI in shutout of Southern Illinois…Scored two runs in win over Stetson…Recorded a hit and a run in win over Providence…Tallied a hit, run and RBI against San Diego…Hit a double and scored a run against Virginia Tech…Recorded a hit and two runs scored against St. Bonaventure…Plated two runs and recorded an RBI in series against NC State…Scored four runs and drew five free passes in series against Georgia Tech…Scored a total of 16 runs…Walked 22 times…Finished with a .406 on-base percentage.
AS A JUNIOR (2015)
Was a part of the first Pitt softball team to reach the ACC Championship Game and NCAA Regional Final...Went 2-for-3 in 6-3 win over California in the NCAA Regional Tournament...Drove in a run in loss to California in the first game of the NCAA Regional Tournament...Recorded a home run in the series finale with Louisville...Notched one home run in second game against Saint Francis (Pa.)...Recorded five RBI's on four hits and scored two runs in the Syracuse series...Hit for a perfect 3-for-3 in game one of the Ohio State doubleheaderthat included three RBI, three runs and a home run...Went 2-for-2 including a double and run scored vs. FGCU (Mar. 10)...Recorded a season-high four at-bats in games one and two against Virginia...Led Pitt to a victory after hitting a home run against College of Charleston at the Cougar Classic...Recorded her first home run of the season during the Gaucho Classic against Rutgers...Started three games as catcher at the Hampton Inn and Suites Tournament...Recorded six at-bats.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014)
Started all 44 games...All at catcher where her one error was second-fewest among players with 40+ starts...Posted a .996 fielding percentage with only one error in 225 chances...Led the team with a total of 206 putouts...Went 1-for-2 with one RBI against Butler...Was 1-for-2 against NC State...Went 1-for-1 with a double against Robert Morris...Belted her lone homer of the season in the final game of a three-game set with Syracuse.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013)
Started 39 games, including the final 17 behind the plate...Recorded her first career hit on an RBI double against Valparaiso and also scored two runs...Went 1-for-3 with one RBI against LIU Brooklyn...Scored one run with one hit in three at-bats against Fordham...Hit her first career home run against No. 3 Arizona State...Had a solo shot against St. John's in the rubber match of a three-game series...Was 1-for-3 with a run against Seton Hall...Had a career-day at the plate in the season finale against Rutgers, finishing 3-for-3 with three RBI...Finished sixth on the team with 11 walks.
Led Poway High School to the 2011 Palomar League title and a second-place finish in the CIF as the team's catcher...named the San Diego Union Tribune Athlete of the Week after batting 4-for-10 with two homeruns and eight RBI in three wins during the North County Tournament (April 19, 2011)...competed on the San Diego Legacy club team for two years...honored for being a two-sport All-Academic Athlete...lettered as a member of the field hockey team where she was selected as the best offensive player.
Daughter of Barbara and David Duran...has an older brother, Chris, and older sister, Lauren.
Recapping the 2016 Pitt Softball Season
Three Named to 2016 Softball All-ACC Academic Team
Edwards Selected to Compete in PGF High School All-American Softball Game
Incoming Freshman Alexee Haynes Tabbed West Virginia Softball Gatorade Player of the Year
Three Panthers Earn NFCA All-Region Honors
Panthers Run-Ruled by No. 6 Florida State in Opening Round of ACC Tournament