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Lauren Haeger

RHP/1B

Height
5' 11"
CLASS
Fr.
Hometown
Peoria, Ariz.
School
Deer Valley

Major: Family, Youth & Community Sciences

 

Career Honors:

•       2015 USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year

•       2015 SEC Pitcher of the Year

•       2015 All-SEC First Team

•       2015 NFCA All-Southeast Region First Team

•       2015 WCWS Most Outstanding Player

•       2014 NFCA All-Southeast Region First Team

•       2013 NFCA All-America First Team

•       2013 NFCA All-Southeast Region First Team

•       2013 All-SEC First Team

•       2012 NFCA All-Southeast Region First Team

•       2012 SEC All-Freshman Team

•       2012 SEC All-Tournament Team

 

Career Highlights:

•       Is the first player in NCAA history to hit 60+ career home runs and earn 60+ career wins

•       Finished with a 73-12 career pitching record and 71 homers. Her 71 home runs and 73 wins makes her and Babe Ruth (yes, that Babe Ruth) the only players NCAA softball, NCAA baseball or Major League Baseball history to hit 70+ home runs and win 70+ games in a career.

•       Holds the Florida career records for home runs (71 - also the SEC record), RBI (260), walks (175) and intentional walks (20)

•       Eighth in career ERA (1.71) among Gator pitchers

•       Set the individual single-season record her sophomore year in 2013 for IBB (5), and broke it in 2015 (7)

•       Tied Florida single-game record for walks (4, vs. UCF 4/3/13, vs. Boston College 3/4/14)

•       Six career multi-homer games:

o    5/19/12 vs. UCF (NCAA Regional)

o    3/17/13 vs. Tennessee

o    2/14/14 vs. Hawaii

o    3/1/14 vs. Ohio State

o    4/26/14 vs. Missouri

o    4/4/15 vs. South Carolina (Game 2)

•       Pitched the 13th no-hitter in program history vs. Wisconsin (2/9/14)

•       2010-11 USA Softball Women’s Junior National Team

•       Helped Team USA to the Gold Medal at the ISF IX Junior Women’s World Championship in Cape

        Town, South Africa, in 2011

o    Earned the win in the Gold Medal Game, allowing five hits with eight strikeouts vs. Japan

•       Won Gold with the Red, White and Blue at the 2010 Pan American Games in Bogota, Colombia

 

As a Senior (2015):

•       USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year

•       2015 WCWS Most Outstanding Player

•       SEC Pitcher of the Year

•       First Team NFCA All-Southeast Region (P)

•       First Team All-SEC (P)

•       Two-time National Player of the Week (NFCA, Week 2; espnW, Week 8)

•       Three-time SEC Pitcher of the Week (Weeks 2, 9 and 11)

•       Finished the 2015 season with a 32-2 record after beginning the year with 24 consecutive victories to mark the best start to a campaign in Gator history

•       Held an 15-2 record against ranked opponents

•       Finished the season with the fourth-best ERA in the nation, 1.23

•       Earned the win in Game 1 of each of Florida’s eight Southeastern Conference series

•       67 games / 67 starts

•       Finished the season with a team-best 19 homers and 71 RBI, which ranked 26th and 15th in the country

•       Hit .433 in the NCAA Tournament, .364 vs. left-handed pitching and .363 with runners on base

•       Set the Florida and SEC career home run record with her 66th, a grand slam at Georgia on April 18 in Game 1 of a doubleheader

•       Set the all-time Gator RBI benchmark with her 222nd on March 6 vs. Arizona

 

As a Junior (2014):

·         First Team NFCA All-Southeast Region (DP/P)

·         Two-time SEC Player of the Week (Feb. 17 and March 3)

·         SEC Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 10)

·         66 games / 65 starts

·         Set career highs in runs scored, hits, home runs, total bases (129) and stolen bases

·         Reached double-digits in wins (10) for the third straight season

·         No-hitter Feb. 9 vs. Wisconsin, tying a career high with 11 strikeouts

·         Ranked sixth in the country with 20 home runs

·         Ranked among SEC leaders in home runs (second), opposing batting average (second, .190), RBI (third, 67), ERA (fourth, 1.79), total bases (eighth, 129), walks (T-10th, 43) and slugging percentage (13th, .648)

·         Led the Gators with four home runs during the NCAA Tournament

·         Tied for the team lead (Merritt) with 12 RBI in the postseason

·         Tied for the team lead (Fuller) with three grand slams:

o    March 1 vs. Ohio State

o    May 3 at Arkansas

o    May 17 vs. Stetson (NCAA Regional)

·         Career best 12-game hit streak (Feb. 21-March 12)

·         Tied her career high with three hits twice:

o    Feb. 14 vs. Hawaii

o    June 3 vs. Alabama -- WCWS Championship Series

·         Matched a program record with four walks in a game (March 4 vs. Boston College)

·         Walkoff single April 6 vs. Auburn secured a three-game sweep and sparked a 10-game win streak

·         Was perfect for 6.2 innings Feb. 22 vs. Troy; went 2-for-5 at the plate with four RBI

·         Two wins vs. ranked opponents:

o    April 5 vs. Auburn

o    April 26 vs. Missouri

·         Recorded all 21 outs and allowed no runs in relief vs. Mizzou

·         Pitched a shutout in the NCAA Regional against UCF on May 18

 

As a Sophomore (2013):

·         First Team NFCA All-American (DP/P)

·         First Team NFCA All-Southeast Region (DP/P)

·         First Team All-SEC (DP/UT)

·         67 games / 64 starts

·         Hit .292 in the NCAA Tournament

·         Set a school record for intentional walks in a season (5)

·         Tied a single-game school record with seven RBI May 18 vs. USF (NCAA Regional)

·         Ranked 17th in the country with her team-best 18 home runs

·         Led the SEC in RBI (70), while finishing third in in walks (46) and fourth in home runs (18)

·         70 RBI are tied for ninth in a season in SEC history

·         Pitched a career-high 7.2 innings March 16 against Tennessee

·         Six wins vs. Top-25 opponents

·         Season-best 10 Ks vs. Longwood April 20

·         17 multiple-RBI games (led team)

·         10 game-winning RBI (led team)

·         One grand slam (March 2 vs. Florida A&M)

·         Team-best 24-game reached base streak

·         Two-time SEC Player of the Week (March 18 and April 29)

·         All three of her hits during the Tennessee series (March 15-17) were home runs

o    Had all five RBI, including the game-tying and game-winning home runs, on Sunday to help UF clinch the series against the Lady Vols

·         Smashed five homers in a span of four games from March 16-22

·         Earned UF’s first save of the season on March 6 at Alabama with two hitless and scoreless innings

·         Had the game-winning RBI double vs. No. 3 Cal at the Kajikawa Classic

 

As a Freshman (2012):

·         NFCA All-South East Region First Team (P/UT)

·         SEC All-Freshman Team (IF)

·         61 games / 61 starts

·         Three 11-strikeout games

·         Ranked seventh in the SEC in ERA

·         Two wins vs. ranked opponents

·         7.24 strikeouts per seven innings

·         Ranked fourth in the SEC with 52 RBI

·         Ranked sixth in the SEC with 14 home runs

·         Led the Gators in doubles (10), homers, RBI, walks (37) and sacrifice flies (3)

·         Team-best 15 multi-RBI games

·         15 multi-hit games

·         Three-time SEC Freshman of the Week (Feb. 20, March 12 and March 19)

·         Pitched a two-hit complete game April 14 vs. Auburn, carrying a no-hitter for 6.1 innings while fanning a career-high-tying 11 batters

·         Tied a school record with two home runs in a 7-1 win over UCF May 19 in the NCAA Gainesville Regional

·         Tallied 11 strikeouts in her UF debut vs. Maine Feb. 11 and matched this mark against Gardner-Webb on March 2 and Auburn on April 14

·         Six shutouts; three combined shutouts

·         Pitched a two-hit shutout and went 1-for-2 at the plate with a walk in the first round of the SEC Tournament vs. LSU

·         Led the team with seven NCAA Tournament hits, adding three homers, three runs and five RBI

·         Season-best five-game hit streak, March 18-28

·         Season-best three walks on Feb. 23 vs. Texas A&M at the Cathedral City Classic in Palm Springs, Calif.

 

High School / Travel Ball:

·         Played travel ball with the Arizona Hotshots Gold, taking third at ASA Nationals in 2008

·         Broke the Arizona single-season record with 21 home runs 2011

·         Tied the state’s career home run record with 48

·         Was 26-5 as a senior with 413 strikeouts in 208 innings (0.44 ERA)

·         One of 10 national nominees in 2011 for the MaxPreps National Softball Player of the Year award

·         2011 ESPN Rise Under Armour All-American

·         2011 NFCA first team high school All-American

·         2011 West Valley Preps Girls Athlete of the Year

·         Three-time First Team All-Region and three-time Regional Player of the Year (2009-11)

·         Led the Skyhawks to a state runner-up finish her sophomore season

·         Two-time First Team All-State (2009-10)

·         A three-sport letter winner in volleyball and basketball

·         Two-time First Team All-Region volleyball selection (2010-11)

·         2009 Honorable Mention All-Region volleyball honoree

·         Helped the Skyhawk basketball team to a state runner-up finish as a sophomore

 

 

Haeger’s Career Statistics

YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB-ATT

FLD%

2012

.321

61-61

168

27

54

10

0

14

52

37

37

2-3

.980

2013

2014

.319

.317

67-64

66-65

191

199

42

43

61

63

13

6

0

0

18

20

70

67

46

43

34

26

2-3

6-6

.987

1.000

2015

.348

67-67

187

50

65

9

0

19

71

49

23

2-3

.957

CAREER

.326

261-257

7451

162

243

38

0

71

260

175

120

12-15

.981

 

YEAR

ERA

W

L

APP

GS

CG

SHO

CBO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

WP

Bavg

2012

1.85

15

5

27

19

11

6

3

2

124.2

95

42

33

60

129

2

.210

2013

2014

2.35

1.79

16

10

2

3

29

24

19

13

9

7

2

3

1

1

2

1

128.1

98.0

111

67

50

29

43

25

46

20

119

69

5

0

.231

.190

2015

1.23

32

2

41

35

25

12

3

0

222.1

145

41

39

43

214

1

.186

CAREER

1.71

73

12

121

86

52

23

8

5

573.1

418

162

140

169

531

8

.202

 

Haeger’s Hitting Career Bests

AB

7 vs. Nebraska (6/1/13)

R

3, two times, last vs. South Carolina (4/4/15)

H

3, 15 times, last vs. Hofstra (5/16/15)

Streak

12 games (2/21-3/12, 2014)

RBI

7 vs. USF (5/18/13)

2B

1, 38 times, last vs. Michigan (6/1/15)

3B

--

HR

2, six times, last vs. South Carolina (4/4/15)

BB

4, twice, last vs. Boston College (3/4/14)

SB

1, 12 times, last vs. Florida A&M (5/15/15)

PO

12 vs. Charleston Southern (2/17/13)

A

4 vs. Alabama (3/21/15)


Haeger’s Pitching Career Bests

IP

9.0 vs. Auburn (5/31/15)

H

0 vs. Wisconsin (2/9/14)*

R

0, 30 times, last at LSU (5/29/15)*

ER

0, 31 times, last at LSU (5/29/15)*

SO

11, six times, last vs. UNF (5/1/15)

BB

0, 25 times, last vs. LSU (5/29/15)*

 

*must have pitched four or more innings (or three in a five-inning win)

 

 

 

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