2006: Joey Scarf started 58 games...became the second Panther to earn All-Big East first team honors...recorded the team's third-best batting average at .315...third on the team with 52 hits...garnered an on-base percentage of .363...tied the single-season program mark for doubles at 13, leading the team...scored three runs against UNC Greensboro...tallied three hits versus Robert Morris...finished with only one error and a field percentage of .982 from left field.
2005: Joey Scarf played in 50 games, earning a start in 47...posted a .239 batting average...drove in 13 RBIs...recorded a .297 slugging percentage... blasted a long ball against Seton Hall...tallied two RBIs in back-to-back games against the Pirates on April 23 and then against Syracuse on April 30...recorded six doubles and one triple on the season...finished fourth on the team in runs scored with 21...finished fourth on the team in stolen base percentage at .667.
2004: Scarf started all but one game in her rookie year with the Panthers, manning the left field position...hit .235 in 166 at-bats, ranking second on the team with 39 hits...finished third on the team with 18 RBIs and stole six bases in eight attempts...hit her first career home run against East Tennessee State on March 13...had a stretch from March 9-20 when she hit .438 (14-for-32) with three runs scored and 11 RBIs raising her season batting average 127 points during that span...had seven multiple-hit games, including two three-hit performances and tied for the team lead with four multi-RBI games.
HIGH SCHOOL: Scarf earned first team all-district honors while playing centerfield and second base during her career at Humble High School...member of the Texas Storm traveling team...a member of Humble's volleyball team her freshman and sophomore years.
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 18, 1985...daughter of John and Carmen Scarf...has two sisters, Jennifer and Jessica...an engineering major.
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