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    Amanda Scott
    Amanda Scott

    Hometown:
    Clovis, Calif.

    High School:
    Clovis

    Height:
    5-9

    Position:
    RHP/OF

    B/T::
    R/R

    2000 (Senior):Ended year by being school's first four-time NCAA First Team All-American ... Honda Award Softball finalist ... ranks in three Top 10 NCAA all-time career pitching categories (No. 7 in win pct., .855, 106-18; No. 10 in shutouts and victories) ... led nation in ERA for second consecutive season while finishing No. 7 in wins ... first Bulldog pitcher and second in WAC history to amass 800 or more career strikeouts ... second Bulldog hurler to amass 100 or more career wins ... had a season-high 53.0 scoreless innings (7.0 off school record) ... reset own single-season school record for innings pitched without an earned run (129.2) ... led the WAC in wins, strikeouts, ERA, innings pitched, fewest earned runs and saves ... won a school-record 19 straight ... set 10 career records: Fresno State - strikeouts, appearances, saves and strikeouts per 7/IP; WAC - strikeouts, saves, games played, RBI, wins and ERA ... established six single-season records at Fresno State: strikeouts, consecutive wins, shutouts, consecutive games without an earned run (21), consecutive no-hitters (2) and consecutive innings without an earned run (129.2) ... set ERA record in league games only (0.00) as she allowed no earned runs ... in the WAC career record book, she is the all-time career leader in wins, strikeouts, ERA, saves, RBI and games played ... In Fresno State's career record book, she finished No. 1 in career RBI, appearances, strikeouts, saves and strikeouts per 7/IP ... had 13 10-strikeout games ... tossed three no-hitters ... had eight one-hitters (18 in career) ... had seven multiple hit games ... hit third career grand slam vs. Kansas (Feb. 11) ...NFCA National Player of the Week ... Nine-time WAC Pitcher of the Week.

    1999 (Junior): Posted a school-record and nation-best 0.24 ERA while nationally-ranked in wins and saves ... set personal bests in wins, shutouts, appearances, games started, complete games, saves and innings pitched ... opened year with a streak of 92.2 IP without an earned run (ended 1998 season with a streak of 33.1 IP without an ER) ... set a then school-record unearned run streak at 126.0 IP (22 appearances, 18 starts) from May 21, 1998-March 18, 1999 ... set WACÂ's single-season record in ERA ... career-best 13 strikeouts vs. UMass & San Diego State ... tossed second career perfect game & third no-hitter vs. Miami-Ohio ... had six one-hitters ... seventh pitcher in school history to post 500 career strikeouts ... set a then schoolÂ's single-season strikeout record ... sixth pitcher in school history to post 200-plus strikeouts in a year ... had streak of six consecutive shutouts ... set a then schoolÂ's consecutive win record (18) ... had 17 multiple hit games & 12 multiple RBI; tied FS single-game record in runs (4 vs. San Jose State) ... had 21 two-out RBI games ... had four ten-strikeout games ... pitched 44.1 scoreless innings.

    1998 (Sophomore): Ended year with a streak of 33.1 innings pitched without an earned run ... went 5-1 in postseason play & posted a 0.17 ERA in 40.1 innings ... in WCWS, went 3-1 with two shutouts & a no-hitter for a 0.00 ERA in 23.2 innings ... held WCWS opponent bats to a .149 batting average ... had streak of 12 straight wins (4 shutouts) for a 0.37 ERA with 87 strikeouts ... had at least one hit in 46 games with 22 multiple hit games & 19 multiple RBI games ... had 32 two-out RBI games (best on team) & averaged 6.46 strikeouts per game ... had a grand slam against Oklahoma and New Mexico ... led team in home runs while second in RBI, total bases (128) and walks ... season-best 11-game hit streak & batted .556 (20-36, 13 R, 26 RBI, 3 doubles, triple, 6 home runs, 43 total bases) ... first collegiate no-hitter as well as perfect game versus New Mexico ... went 9-4 against Top 25 teams.

    1997 (Freshman): Season-best 24-game hit streak & batted .450 (36-80, 17 runs, 32 RBI, 10 doubles, 2 home runs, 53 total bases) ... led team in doubles & second in RBI ... in the circle, won 17 of last 23 starts and finished 19-5 with nine shutouts in 26 starts (one no-decision) ... went 8-4 against Top 25 teams, including wins over No. 1 Arizona (twice) and No. 2 UCLA ... had season-best 11 strikeouts versus Utah & pitched 25.0 scoreless innings.

    Personal: Parents are Ron and Leslie Scott ... has a younger sister, Courtney, who played at Cal and won a national title as well ... member of 1993 16-Under Fresno Force national title team.

    ACCOLADES

  • 2006 Top Dog Alumni Award
  • 2006 NCAA Division I Softball 25th Anniversary Team
  • 2001 NCAA Top VIII Award Winner
  • 2000 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
  • 2000 WPSL No. 1 Draft Pick (Ohio Pride)
  • Four-time First Team All-American
  • Four-time First Team All-West Region
  • Four-time All-WAC
  • Four-time NCAA All-Regional (1998 MVP)
  • Four-time NFCA National Player of the Week
  • Four-time Dean's List
  • Four-time WAC All-Academic
  • Four-time Fresno State Scholar-Athlete
  • Three-time team MVP
  • Three-time WAC Pitcher of the Year
  • Three-time Academic All-District VIII
  • Two-time All-College World Series
  • Two-time Honda Awards Softball Finalist
  • Two-time NCAA statistical ERA champion
  • Two-time Academic All-American
  • Two-time Fresno State Female Athlete of the Year
  • Two-time WAC Female Athlete of the Year (Joe Kearney Award)
  • 2000 President's List (4.0 GPA)
  • 2000 Easton Sports All-American
  • 1998 NCAA championship (MVP)
  • 1999 WAC Championship All-Tournament (MVP)
  • 1997 WAC Freshman of the Year
  • 18-time WAC Pitcher of the Week
  • 36 consecutive weeks nationally ranked in ERA (led nation in ERA for 15 weeks)
  • Went 44-1 with 6 saves, 27 shutouts and 296 strikeouts in 292.2 innings of work for a 0.38 ERA in WAC play
  • Led Fresno State to a 226-49 overall record
  • Top 25 Central Valley Athletes of the 20th Century (No. 18)
  • Fresno State's Greatest Top 25 Athletes of the 20th Century (No. 2)

    Professional/USA Softball

  • 2005 New York/New Jersey Juggernaut Pitching Coach/Player (National Pro Fastpitch)
  • 2004 NPF World Series MVP (New York/New Jersey Juggernaut)
  • 2004 NPF World Series Champions (New York/New Jersey Juggernaut)
  • 2004 NPF All-Star
  • 2000 USA Softball Olympic Team (alternate - gold medal)
  • 1999 USA Women's National Team
  • 1998 ISF Women's World Championship gold medal
  • 1997 Pan Am Qualifier gold medal
  • 1997-99 USA National Team Festival
  • 1995 ISF Junior Women's World Championship gold medal
  • 1997, '97 & '94 Final 60-player USA Olympic Softball Team Camp

    FRESNO STATE CAREER BATTING STATISTICS
    Year	G/GS	AB	R	H	2B	3B	HR	RBI	S/SF	BB	SO	SB/SBA	TB      SLUG    AVG
    1997	67/67	210	37	66	19	0	4	59	0/1	22	36	0/0	97      .462    .314
    1998	63/63	208	39	73	11	1	14	72	2/2	19	23	1/1	128     .615    .351
    1999	71/71	226	48	72	8	2	8	49	1/0	25	38	1/1	108     .478    .319
    2000	68/68	205	20	46	8	1	5	32	5/2	14	32	0/0	68      .358    .224
    Total	269/269	849	144	257	46	4	31	212	8/5	80      129	2/2	401     .481    .303
    

    FRESNO STATE CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year G GS CG W L SHT SV IP H R ER BB SO SO/7 ERA 1997 26 26 22 19 5 9 0 164.0 119 40 22 44 126 5.38 0.94 1998 35 29 27 25 4 14 2 195.1 133 36 22 29 180 6.46 0.79 1999 42 31 31 29 4 18 4 235.2 117 23 8 33 231 6.88 0.24 2000 47 37 34 33 5 27 4 276.0 113 27 16 43 314 7.96 0.41 Total 150 123 114 106 18 68 10 871.0 488 126 68 149 851 6.84 0.55

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