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Lauren Haeger

RHP/1B

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

Major: Family, Youth & Community Sciences

 

Career Honors:

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:

·         Owns a 10-9 record vs. ranked opponents

·         Holds the Florida career record for intentional walks (10)

·         T-3rd in career home runs (52)

·         Fourth in career RBI (189)

·         Eighth in career ERA (2.01)

·         Set the individual single-season record her sophomore year in 2013 for IBB (5)

·         Tied Florida single-game records for RBI (7 vs. USF 5/18/13) and walks (4, vs. UCF 4/3/13, vs. Boston College 3/4/14)

·         Five 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

·         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 IX ISF 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 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 L

·         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 Ream 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

CAREER

.319

194-190

558

112

178

29

0

52

189

126

97

10-12

.985

 

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

CAREER

2.01

41

10

80

51

27

11

5

5

351.0

273

121

101

126

317

7

.212

 

Haeger’s Hitting Career Bests

AB

7 vs. Nebraska (6/1/13)

R

3 vs. Georgia (4/28/13)

H

3, 10 times, last vs. Alabama (6/3/14)

Streak

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

RBI

7 vs. USF (5/18/13)

2B

1, 29 times, last vs. Alabama (6/2/14)

3B

--

HR

2, five times, last vs. Missouri (4/26/14)

BB

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

SB

1, 10 times, last vs. Stetson (5/17/14)

PO

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

A

3, three times, last vs. Georgia (5/8/14)

Haeger’s Pitching Career Bests

IP

7.2 vs. Tennessee (3/16/13)

H

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

R

0, 14 times, last at Arkansas (5/3/14)*

ER

0, 15 times, last at Arkansas (5/3/14)*

SO

11, four times, last vs. Wisconsin (2/9/14)

BB

0, 12 times, last vs. Washington (5/25/14)*

 

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

 

 

 

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