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    Caitlin Stiglich
    Caitlin Stiglich

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Newhall, Calif.

    High School:
    Hart

    Height:
    5-5

    Position:
    C

    Experience:
    3L

    B/T:
    R/R

    05/04/2011

    2011 Softball Seniors

    Seniors Ashley Cox, Caitlin Stiglich, Haley Gilleland and Nicole Angene will be honored at Bulldog Diamond this weekend.

    02/28/2011

    Bulldogs Sweep Opening Day

    Fresno State defeated Sacramento State twice to open the 2011 season

    04/20/2010

    SJSU Gallery

    Pictures from the Bulldogs series at SJSU April 16-17.

    01/31/2010

    2010 Diamond Club Luncheon

    The 2010 Diamond Club Meet the Team event at TorNino's.

    01/12/2010

    Softball First Day of Practice

    The Fresno State softball team begins practice for the 2010 season.

    Fresno State Accolades
    • Preseason All-WAC (2011)
    • First-Team All-WAC (2010)
    • All-WAC Tournament Team (2010)
    • Two-time Academic All-WAC (2008 & 2009)
    • NCAA Fresno Regional Team (2008)
    • Dean's List (2008)

    Fresno State
    2010 (Junior): Appeared in 59 games, including 58 starts ... the No. 5 hitter on the team ... tied for second on team with seven multiple RBI games ... fourth on team with 15 multiple hit games ... on the year, she batted .340 (54-159) with 16 runs, five doubles, five home runs, 35 RBI, 19 walks, five sacrifices, 74 total bases and a .465 slugging percentage ... posted a season-high six-game hit streak and batted .727 (8-11, 2 runs, RBI, double, 2 walks, sac, 9 total bases, .818 slugging percentage) ... on the year, she posted four 3-RBI games ... had a trio of multiple walk games ... connected for a grand slam vs. Hawaii (third of career) ... notched a season-high seven RBI and had a multi-home run game vs. Hawaii (grand slam & 3-run home run) ... tied her own Fresno State single-game record with the 7 RBI vs. UH after tying that mark against Wisconsin last year ... in the 12 weeks of the NCAA overall stats during the year, she ranked 11 weeks in toughest to strikeout, four weeks in batting average and one week in on base percentage ... 2010 First Team All-WAC ... 2010 WAC All-Tournament.

    2009 (Sophomore): One of six Bulldogs to play in all 58 games and one of five to start in them all ... named Second-Team All-WAC ... led the team with 37 RBI's and two grand slams ... hit .276 on the season which was the third-best on the team ... was second on the team with 181 at bats and 73 total bases ... in WAC play hit .279 with four doubles, two home runs and a team-high 15 RBI's ... had two multi-run games, one vs. Wisconsin and the other at New Mexico State ... posted 10 multi-hit games, including four hits vs. Wisconsin ... had eight multi-RBI games, including seven RBI's vs. Wisconsin ... had two games with two doubles, vs. North Carolina (Feb. 21) and at Utah State (May 1) had a season-high 21 putouts vs. Hawai'i (April 4) ... hit .300 or better in nine games ... hit her first career grand slam vs. Wisconsin on Feb. 28, it was the first Bulldog grand slam since 2005 ... hit the second grand slam of her career at New Mexico State on March 27 ... became just the fourth Bulldog to ever hit two grand slams in one season along with Christina Clark (2004), Amanda Scott (1998) and Gina LoPiccolo (1991) ... Stiglich, along with teammate Alexis Lujan, became just the second Bulldog duo to each hit a grand slam in the same game as they did so at New Mexico State on March 27 ... Academic All-WAC.

    2008 (Freshman): One of three Bulldogs and one of two freshmen who played and started all 67 games ... led the team in multiple RBI games (17) while collecting 15 multiple hit games ... finished second in the WAC in multiple RBI games ... one of three Dogs to notch a 100-total base season (104) ... became 11th Bulldog freshman to record a 60-hit season ... one of two Bulldogs to slug .500 or better (.510) as well as being one of two to be walked 30 or more times (30) ... one of five Dogs to score 30 or more runs (31) ... led the team in RBI (52) and doubles (16) while third on team in home runs (9) ... her 16 doubles ranks sixth-best, her 30 walks rank in a tie for eighth and her 52 RBI ranks 10th-best in Fresno State single-season school history ... batted .312 (49-157) with 28 runs, 11 doubles, eight home runs, 25 walks, six hit by pitch, four sacrifices, 1-1 stolen bases and 84 total bases for a .535 slugging percentage in the three hole ... defensively, threw out 44-percent of would-be basestealers (16 thrown out of 36 attempts) ... only committed two errors in 562 total chances and posted a .996 fielding percentage ... her 562 total chances is the second most handled by a catcher in single-season school history ... her putout mark of 529 is a new single-season record for catchers ... her fielding percentage is tied for fifth-best by a Bulldog catcher ... by throwing out 16 runners, that mark ranks seventh-best in a season ... in the final WAC stats, finished second in RBI's (52) and doubles (16), fourth in walks (30) and sixth in total bases (104) ... in the 12 weeks of the NCAA statistics, ranked all 12 weeks in RBI's per game and once in doubles per game ... in the final national standings, finished No. 78 in RBI/game (0.78) ... selected to the 2008 NCAA Fresno Region II Team ... WAC Hitter of the Week ... Academic All-WAC ... WAC Scholar-Athlete ... Fresno State Scholar-Athlete ... Dean's List.

    Hart High School: Lettered four years in softball ... a three-time scholar athlete ... the 2007 team MVP ... a three-time All-Foothill league selection ... helped team to 2007 CIF Division I final ... led the team in home runs and RBI in 2004 ... was named the team's best defensive player in 2005 and 2006.

    Personal: Born Dec. 23, 1988 ... parents are Tonia and Rob Stiglich ... has an older sister, Stephanie, and a younger sister, Heather who plays softball at St. Francis University in Pennsylvania ... enjoys camping, wakeboarding, movies and music ... lists favorite athlete as Minnesota Twins catcher Joe Mauer and admires him because he's such an outstanding hitter and catcher ... loves plays at the plate ... most admires her parents ... wanted to come to Fresno State to play for Coach Wright and to play at Bulldog Diamond ... played summer ball with the Anaheim Batbusters and the Valley Breeze.

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