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#5 Elia Reid
Position: Outfield
Height: 5'4"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Buena Park, CA
High School: Kennedy HS
Experience: 3 Letters
Tour Elia, Frani and Jamia's Apartment (February 2, 2012)

Q&A with Elia Reid (January 21, 2012)

2011 Quick Hits:
-Named an All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention
-Started 54 of Cal's 58 games, mostly in right field with some ventures to left
-Fifth on the team with her .254 batting average
-Slugged .485 with 26 RBI and seven stolen bases
-Pac-10 Player of the Week (Feb. 27-March 6)

Women's College World Series (2011):
-Had one homer
-Started all three games in right
-Hit .125 in eight at-bats

Lexington Super Regional (2011):
-Hit .286 with two hits in seven at-bats
-Made four putouts for a perfect fielding percentage

Louisville Regional (2011):
Started all three games, two in right field and one in left
-Hit .286 across the weekend (two hits in seven at-bats)
-Had a .444 on-base percentage and slugged .714
-Knocked out a two-run homer for two of Cal's four runs against U of L (May 21)

2010 Quick Hits:
-Started 55 of Cal's 63 games, playing in 56, primarily in right field
-Led the Bear starters in Pac-10 play, hitting .327
-Notched 47 total bases and stole 13 bases

Columbus Regional (2010):
¬-Singled to drive in a run against the Buckeyes and crossed the plate once herself
-Notched one of Cal's two hits against UK, when she singled through the left side
-Singled and then doubled in the third vs. Bucknell, scoring three runs with the latter
-Tied Arioto, with a .571 batting average
-Had four RBI, slugged 1.000 and secured a stolen base

2009 Quick Hits:
-Started 52 of Cal's 54 games in the outfield
-Named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team, racking up 26 stolen bases, 27 RBI, six home runs

Personal:
-Sociology major
-Hopes to have a career where working with people is a major component

All in the Family:
As if their similar-sounding names and comparable looks weren't enough, Jamia Reid and Elia Reid are identical twins.

Humble Beginnings:
Jamia and Elia Reid got started playing softball when their mother signed them up when they were eight-years-old, just so they would have something to do because cheerleading and dance class were not working out for the Reid twins.

Like a G6:
As a prepster Elia Reid also competed in track and was an all-county performer in the 200-meter race. She still ranks on the Orange County High School Girls All-Time Top-25 List in the 100 and 200-meter events.

Why I Have My Number:
"I was number 1 all through travel ball but wore 5 in high school, so 5 grew on me over the three years. But I think it's meant to be because the letter E is the fifth letter of the alphabet. So forget the number1- I love number 5."

My Walk-Up Songs Are:
""Best Love Song" by T-Pain because it's one of those catchy songs that get stuck in your head. "Playa Like Me" by Keak da Sneak because I have to have at least one Bay Area song."

ELIA REID'S CAREER STATISTICS
Year	G	AB	R	H	AVG	2B	3B	HR	RBI	BB	K	SB
2009	52	144	25	37	.257	1	2	6	27	10	41	26-31
2010	56	122	21	31	.254	4	0	4	16	8	40	13-13
2011	54	134	33	34	.254	0	2	9	26	8	44	7-7
Totals	162	400	79	102	.255	5	4	19	69	26	125	46-51
		
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