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19 Erin Allinder
Erin  Allinder


Norco, Calif.

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One of three returning pitchers ... will help anchor UVa's pitching staff ... coming off an excellent 2001 season ... provides quality depth ...

2001: Had her best collegiate season, posting a 14-5 record with a 2.01 ERA ... second on the team with the 14 wins ... pitched 125.2 innings and allowed just 15 walks ... tallied four shutouts and 12 complete games ... tied school record for saves in a season with two ... led team with a 1.97 ERA in ACC contests ... threw back-to-back shutouts against Towson (3/17) and Liberty (3/23) ...

2000: Was hampered by injury and illness throughout the season ... appeared in three games and made two starts ... earned one combined shutout ... posted a 0.78 ERA ... allowed just one earned run in nine innings ... struck out eight batters and walked two ...

1999: Pitched in four games with three starts ... posted a 1-1 record with a 1.68 ERA ... pitched two complete games in three starts ... registered first career shutout against George Mason (4/14) ... pitched 16.2 innings and struck out nine batters while walking three ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ...

High School: Saw action as both a pitcher and an outfielder at Norco ... lettered four times in softball ... was a Mountain View All-League selection in 1997 and 1998 ... the 1996 All-Valley Tournament MVP ... a 1995 and 1998 All-Tournament selection in the Corona Invitational ... four-time All-League Academic selection ... participated in volleyball for four years and was an All-County second-team selection ... also played basketball for two seasons at Norco ... a 1997 ASA All-American ...

Personal: Born 6/4/80 in Corona, Calif. ... daughter of Madeline and Donald Allinder.


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