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11 Katie Weinberg
Katie  Weinberg


Reston, Va.

High School:
South Lakes




One of three returning outfielders with starting experience ... will be the starter in center field ... has starting experience in left and center field ... has played in 168 games in her career, starting 77 .. is 20th all-time at UVa in games played and tied for 18th with 19 stole bases.

2002:Played in 54 games with 22 starts, including 18 in left field ... hit .118 (8-68) ... scored 17 runs and drove in three ... had two hits, scored two runs and drove in a third in UVa's 6-2 win over Robert Morris (2/16) ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2001: Played in 60 games with 53 starts ... started 31 games in center field and 22 in left ... had 26 hits in 137 at-bats (.190 batting average) ... hit .379 (11-29) as a leadoff hitter ... scored 19 runs and stole 11 bases in 18 attempts ... third on the team with 13 sacrifice hits ... recorded four multiple-hit games ... was 2-2 with two RBI against Illinois (3/18) ... selected to the Verizon Academic All-District 3 Softball team ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2000: Played in 54 games ... used primarily as a pinch runner ... started one game in left and one game in center ... scored 16 runs ... hit .375 in limited at-bats (3 for 8) ... stole four bases in as many attempts ... selected to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

High School: Four-time All-District performer for South Lakes High School ... captured second-team All-Region honors in 1999 and 1998 ... honorable mention 1999 All-Met pick ... two-time team captain and four-year starter ... a 1998 and 1999 National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-American Scholar Athlete ... South Lakes' 1999 Female Scholar Athlete of the Year ... holds 14 individual South Lake softball records ... two-year All-American in softball ... three-year member of the Shamrocks ASA team ... also a three-year member of the Reston Redbirds ASA team.

Personal: Born 7/29/81 in Reston, Va. ... daughter of Karen and Fred Weinberg.


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