The season saw five team records fall, while seniors Valerie Arioto and Jamia Reid painted their names throughout the Cal record books during their standout careers in Berkeley.
Here is a list of single-season and career school records that were set this season.
Cal completed the season 58-7, establishing a school-record for victories in a season. The Bears' old record for wins in a season was 56, set in 2002 when Cal won the NCAA title.
The Bears scored 422 runs this season, smashing the old mark of 322 set during the 2007 season
Runs Batted In
Cal drove in 376 this season, besting the old school record by nearly 100 RBI. The Bears old record of 286 was set during the 2010 season.
The Bears blasted 84 home runs this season, again, smashing the old record by a good amount. Cal's old home run record was 55 set back in 2009.
Cal finished the season with a school-record 856 total bases, besting the old record of 736 set in 1999 by more than 100 total bases
- Single-Season Home Runs (23), breaking her old record of 19 set in 2010 and 2011
- Career Runs (222) from 2008-12, breaking Lindsay James' record of 163 set 2003-06
(Note: Jamia Reid finished her career second all-time with 172 from 2009-12)
- Single-Season Runs (65), breaking her old record of 61 set in 2010
- Single-Season RBI (60), tying her 2010 record
- Career Total Bases (431), breaking Haley Woods' record of 396 from 2003-06
- Career Slugging Percentage (.689), breaking Veronica Nelson's of .656 from 2000-03
- Single-Season Slugging Percentage (.912), breaking her old record of .819 set in 2010
- Career Hits (300), breaking Gillian Boxx's record of 274 from 1992-95
- Career Stolen Bases (177), breaking Keri Kropke's record of 74 from 1990-93
- Single-Season Stolen Bases (51), breaking her old record of 48 set in 2010