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16 Tracy Sherman
Tracy  Sherman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Clemente, Calif.

High School:
St. Margrets' Episcopal

Height:
5-6

Position:
3B/DP

B/T:
R/R

Will see playing time at third base ... could also serve as a designated player ... excellent hitter and a good run producer ... possesses quick reactions and a strong arm ... enters the 2003 healthy after battling injuries her first two seasons.

2002: Batted .218 with 12 hits, including five doubles in 55 at-bats ... drove in four runs and scored six times ... was 2-2 with two doubles, two RBI and two runs scored against IUPUI (3/15) ... was 2-2 with a runs scored against Drexel (3/22).

2001: Battled injuries during her rookie season ... played in 37 games with 24 starts ... started 19 games at designated player and five at third base ... hit .243 (18-74) and scored six runs.

High School: Earned first-team All-League honors in her only season of high school softball (1999) ... also served as team captain and was chosen as the team's MVP ... only played one year of high school softball in order to concentrate on academics while playing travel softball ... played third base for 18-U Gold ASA Crunch ... also played for 18-U ASA Stealth ... finished fifth in the nation twice and ninth in the nation twice ... member of the Headmaster's Honor Roll at St. Margaret's in 1999 and 2000 ... received the National Leadership Award ... very active in community service.

Personal: Born 1/18/82 in Las Vegas, Nev. ... daughter of Karin and Jon Sherman.

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