19 - Brittany Therres
Brittany Therres
Height: 5-4
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Hughesville, Md.
High School: Thomas Stone
Position: RHP
Major: Business Administration

CAREER STATISTICS AND CURRENT CAREER HIGHS

2011: Returns for her junior year as one of the most dominate pitchers in the region … is a highly competitive pitcher that can throw any of her pitches for strikes … is an innings eater that has the ability to pitch a high load during the year … fields her position well and has a great will to win … is also a good hitter that contributes to the Spartan line up … has a school-record 41 career wins with a 2.32 ERA in 68 appearances … has 37 complete games and a school-record 17 shutouts … enters the season needing just 49.2 innings to take over the school record for innings pitched … owns a career .271 batting average with 17 runs scored, seven doubles, one triple, four home runs, and 22 RBI.

2010: Had a record breaking year in the circle for the Spartans as she was 27-6 with a 1.98 ERA in a school record 201.2 innings pitched … the 27 wins broke the single-season school mark by 11 wins … had 43 appearances including 35 starts … registered 17 complete games with 10 shutouts … held opponents to .245 batting average … named to the All-CAC first team while she also earned Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division III All-Atlantic Region honors as a second-team pick … she led the CAC in wins and innings pitched while she was second in strikeouts, third in ERA, and third in opponents batting average … started the season winning her first 16 decisions before suffering a loss … had at least one strikeout in 37 of her 43 appearances … had one walk or less in 30 of her 43 appearances … had a strikeout to walk ratio of 2.2-to-1 … was brilliant in a six-inning no-hitter against Gwynedd-Mercy on March 1 as she struck out a season-high seven with one walk in the Spartans’ 8-0 win … threw shutouts in four of her first six starts of the year … at the plate, she hit .270 with 17 hits in 63 at-bats with eight runs, three doubles, four home runs and 15 RBI … had a .508 slugging percentage and a .313 on-base percentage … had a .980 fielding percentage with just two errors in 100 attempts … had a pair of multi-hit games during the year as she was 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored with a home run on March 20 against Mt. Aloysius while she also had a pair of hits in the April 3 game at Salisbury.

2009: Made an immediate impact on the Spartan squad as a freshman as she went 14-9 with a 1.57 ERA in 25 appearances … earned first-team All-CAC for her outstanding season … led the nation in strikeout to walk ratio as she recorded 87 strikeouts while she only walked eight during the year … had 20 complete games with seven shutouts and one save … held opponents to a .232 batting average … began her career with back-to-back shutouts as she blanked Goldey-Beacom and Roanoke on February 27 as she allowed five hits in both games … threw a one-hit shutout on March 31 against Gallaudet as she struck out five in the big Spartan win … registered her first career save on April 26 in the second game against DeSales as she threw the final two-thirds of an inning, preserving the 4-3 Spartan win … at the plate, had her first collegiate hit in the February 27 game against Roanoke … established a career-high with two hits six different times during the year … had her first career extra base hit with her double in the April 5 contest against Wesley … in that Wesley game, she went 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored … also had two hits, two RBI and a triple in the April 16 win over Stevenson … finished the year hitting .272 with nine runs scored, four doubles, one triple, and seven RBI … posted a .346 slugging percentage, a .314 on-base percentage, and a .976 fielding percentage.

Personal: Is the daughter of Joe and Bonnie Therres … is a business administration major … lists her parents Joe and Bonnie as the people she most admires … named USA Softball pitcher Jennie Finch as her favorite professional athlete … played for the Bayside Blues during the travel season … was an All-County and All-SMAC conference selection in addition to being the Thomas Stone High School MVP as a senior.

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