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#17 Stephanie Trzcinski
Position: Right-Handed Pitcher
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 5'6"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Adelaide, South Australia
High School: St. Peters Girls School
Major: Undeclared
Experience: 1 Letter
Career Highlights:
  • Pac-12 All-Freshman Honorable Mention (2014)

As a Freshman (2014):

Arrived in January just shortly before the start of spring practices after graduating in December 2013…A Pac-12 All-Freshman Honorable Mention…Led the pitching staff with 116.1 innings pitched and 86 strikeouts in 30 appearances and 20 starts for an 8-15 record…Finished 2014 with a 4.93 ERA overall and team-leading 6.32 ERA in conference play…Nine complete games in 2014… Held opponents to a .299 batting average…Tossed her first collegiate no-hitter against Princeton (3/23) in Cal’s 9-0 (6) win…1.54 ERA in the Stanford series, where she pitched 13.2 innings and picked up two wins…Collegiate debut came against Creighton (2/8), where she pitched 1.2 innings and allowed five hits and six earned runs

High School:

Attended St. Peters Girls School…Played two years of varsity netball…Named top of the class in physical education in 2012…Received a top of state merit award for a research project in 2012

Club Ball:

Member of the U19 Australian National Squad since 2009…Claimed a bronze medal with her U19 team in Canada in July 2013…Received the U17 and U19 Australian Best Pitcher Award in 2012 & 2013, respectively…Played club ball for the Glenelg Rebels, where she was named Most Valuable Player of the U17 team and Junior of the Year in 2012-13…Named to the Women’s League Team of the Year as a utility player in 2013…Women’s League Rookie of the Year in 2010…Played with the U16 (2009-12) and U19 (2011-13) South Australian State Team, as well as Open Women’s South Australian Team (2010-14), claiming MVP of her U16 team in 2010 & 2012 and MVP of her U19 team in 2011 & 2013…All-Schools Australian Team member in 2009 & 2010

Personal:

Aspires to play for Australia on the senior national team and win a gold medal at a World Championships…Hobbies are shopping and traveling…Parents are Stephen and Marcie…Has two siblings – Nicholas and Alex

Major:

Undeclared

Cal Bears Softball