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3 Amy Peay
Amy  Peay

Hometown:
Mechanicsville, Va.

High School:
Atlee

Height:
5-4

Position:
2B/1B

B/T:
R/R

A returning starter at second base ... will also see action at first base in 2000 ... holds single season school record for putouts with 492 in 1998 ...

1999: Started 56 games ... hit .194 overall, but improved to .261 in eight ACC games ... had 27 hits in 139 at-bats ... scored 17 runs and drove in 10 ... second on the team with 10 sacrifice hits ... was six for six in stolen bases ... a 1999 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Academic All-American ... selected to the 1998-99 ACC Academic Honor Roll ...

1998: Started 59 of the 61 games she appeared in ... batted .183 ... collected 23 hits, including two doubles ... scored 10 runs and tallied eight RBI ... recorded a team-high 492 putouts to go along with 18 assists ... posted a .986 fielding percentage ... added two stolen bases ... A NFCA Academic All-America selection in 1998 ... a member of the 1997-98 ACC Academic Honor Roll ...

1997: Started all 30 games she played in ... second on the team with 27 hits while batting .297 ... scored 12 runs and collected four RBI ... stole three bases ... gathered 61 assists and 12 putouts for a .931 fielding percentage ... named to the 1996-97 ACC Academic Honor Roll ...

High School: Garnered first-team All-District, first-team All-Region and honorable mention All-State honors ... lettered all four years at Atlee ...

Personal: Born 8/2/78 in Richmond, Va. ... member of UVa's Raven Society ... daughter of Bobby and Doreen Peay.

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