Brings her Olympic experience to the field for her senior season … a three-year starter who has won 47 games in her career … holds Cal season (4) and career (8) save records … pitches well in pressure situations. As a Junior: Her year was highlighted by participating in the Sydney Summer Olympics as a representative of Italy, pitching 16.2 innings while allowing six runs (all unearned) and five hits and striking out 11 … at Cal, appeared in 41 games, starting 30 in the circle … earned a 17-11 record with a save and a staff-leading 1.38 ERA … earned regional all-tournament honors after tossing a five-hit shutout over Fresno State in the championship game ... in the regional, had a 0.00 ERA in 9.0 innings of work ... jumped out to a great start with an 8-0 record through the first five weeks of the season … during that stretch, beat Florida, 6-1, in eight innings and blanked Utah, 4-0 … allowed just three hits and struck out a season-high eight batters against the Utes (also had eight strikeouts vs. San Jose State) … combined with Jen Deering on a 6-0, no-hitter, over Cal Poly, starting the first 4.2 innings and striking out five … beat then-No. 4 Arizona State, 4-0, on a seven-hitter … came back to defeat the Sun Devils, 1-0, on a two-hitter later in the year … also shut out then-No. 12 Oregon State, 1-0, tossing a five hitter … had a better than 3-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio … struck out a career-high 101 batters on the year … each of her 17 wins resulted in a complete game … owns the Cal career record with eight career saves, including one last season against Santa Clara. As a Sophomore: DiSalvio began the season with a perfect game, an 8-0 shutout of San Jose State … the perfect game was the first for a Cal pitcher since Michele Granger beat Nebraska in 1993 … did not give up a run in her first 25 innings, which also included a shutout of Florida State and a no-hitter against Georgia … only the fifth pitcher in school history to throw two no-hitters in the same season … nearly had a third no-hitter at Hawaii, holding the Rainbow Wahine with out a base hit through 6.2 innings and settled with a one-hitter … after getting off to a 9-2 start, watched her record fall to 10-10 with losses in her first eight Pac-10 decisions … came back to win nine of her last 11 decisions, posting a 0.76 ERA during that span … during the stretch, beat Arizona, 5-1, on a two-hitter and Oregon, 3-0, on a four-hitter … named to the all-tournament teams at both the National Invitational Softball Tournament and the Bank of Hawaii Tournament and at the NCAA regional … struck out a season-high eight batters vs. Cal Poly … had eight complete-game shutouts … surrendered just four home runs … earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic. As a Freshman: Appeared in 34 games and completed 13 of her 25 starts … won her first four decisions, including complete-game victories over Sacramento State and Toledo … named honorable mention All-Pac-10 … picked up a 2-0 win over then-No. 8 Arizona State in National Invitational Softball Tournament … also beat ASU, 4-3, in 10 innings at home … pitched in all three games at the NCAA regional at Fresno … led the Pac-10 with a Cal-record four saves … shut out both Oregon and Oregon State on the final weekend of the regular season to help ensure Cal's berth in the NCAA Tournament. High School: A first team all-state selection by Student Sports magazine as a senior when she went 27-2 with a 0.13 ERA, two perfect games and 23 shutouts … also earned all-state honors as both a sophomore and a junior … a four-time All-CIF performer … named league MVP in both 1995 and '97 … competed with the USA Athletics ASA team over the summer … maintained a 3.8 GPA, graduating from Corona HS with honors. Personal: Parents are Ray and Linda DiSalvio … American Studies major … has a younger brother, Alex … born Nov. 23, 1979 in Fullerton, CA.
DiSalvio's Career Statistics Year G GS CG W L S ERA IP H R ER BB K 1998 34 25 13 11 8 4 1.54 154.1 145 51 34 30 76 1999 42 36 22 19 12 3 1.45 198.1 152 55 41 26 81 2000 41 30 17 17 11 1 1.38 187.2 156 56 37 32 101 Totals 117 91 52 47 31 8 1.45 540.1 453 162 112 88 258