May 14, 2010
BERKELEY - Senior pitcher Marissa Drewrey has been a fixture in the circle for the past four years. Thanks to her 20 strikeouts, which she achieved halfway through the 2010 season, Drewrey moved into fifth place on the all-time strikeout list with 644 career Ks at Cal. In 2009, she was third in the Pac-10 with 241 strikeouts, fourth with a 2.14 ERA and fifth in opposing batting average (.212). Drewrey was an All-Pac-10 honorable mention selection and made the NFCA All-Pacific Region second team in 2008 after posting a 29-19 record. During her freshman year in 2007, she finished with an 11-8 overall record. Hailing from Oakdale, Calif., Drewrey will graduate from Cal with a degree in art practice this fall.
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