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17 Corinne Good
Corinne  Good

Hometown:
Ephrata, Pa.

High School:
Ephrata

Height:
5-8

Position:
Outfield

B/T:
R/R

Returning starter in center field ... very good defensive player ... is tied for ninth on UVa's doubles list (16) and 12th in stolen bases (20) ...

1999: Started 57 of the 60 games she appeared in ... batted .208 with 31 hits in 149 at-bats ... third on team with nine doubles and fourth with 21 runs scored ... added 10 RBI ... led team with 14 sacrifice hits and was second with 20 walks ... was hit by a pitch a team-high five times ... stole seven bases in 10 attempts ... registered a .970 fielding percentage with only two errors in 67 total chances ... named to the 1998-99 ACC Academic Honor Roll ...

1998: Started 65 of the 66 games she appeared in ... batted .222 while recording 38 hits, including three doubles and two triples ... scored 26 runs and gathered 12 RBI ... led the team with 11 stolen bases on 14 attempts (.786) ... tallied 38 putouts and and one assist ... posted a .951 fielding percentage ... selected to the 1997-98 ACC Academic Honor Roll ...

1997: Appeared in all 33 games ... batted .233 while recording 21 hits ... drove in eight runs and scored six ... tied for second on the team with four doubles ... posted 19 putouts and one assist ... stole two bases on two attempts ... tallied a .952 fielding percentage ... garnered 1996-97 ACC Academic Honor Roll accolades ...

High School: Four-year letterwinner in softball at Ephrata ... four-time League All-Star ... lettered in field hockey and basketball ... 1996 Valedictorian ... member of the National Honor Society ...

Personal: Born 10/19/77 in Ephrata, Pa. ... daughter of Will and Elaine Good.

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