Senior pitcher Teagan Gerhart earned her 100th career win
As a junior in 2003: Earned Second-Team Pacific All-Region, First-Team All-Pac-10 and Honorable Mention Academic All-Pac-10 honors ... Made 31 starts in 39 appearances in the circle for the Cardinal ... Led the team with 21 complete games and 218.1 innings pitched ... Recorded a 21-11 record overall with a team-leading 1.09 ERA ... Had five shutouts in addition to eight combined shutouts on the year ... Tallied a team-leading 332 strikeouts while holding opponents to a .140 batting average ... Notched double digits in strikeouts on 16 occasions ... Holds single-season record for most strikeouts (332) ... Tied for first in career wins with 70 ... Stanford's career leader in strikeouts with 791 ... Ranks third in career innings pitched with 638.2 ... Her 1.09 ERA ranks third on The Farm for a single season ... Her career ERA of 0.93 is a school record ... Her 21 victories in 2003 ties for fifth for a single season on The Farm while her 218.1 innings pitched ranks third ... Tallied a season-high 15 strikeouts in a complete game shutout over Georgia (3/1) ... Pitched a three-high shutout over Pacific (3/8) with 13 strikeouts.
As a junior in 2002: Redshirted the season.
As a sophomore in 2001: NFCA First Team All-American ... One of four Stanford players selected to the All-Tournament team at NCAA Regionals ... All-Pac-10 First Team selection ... NFCA National Player of the Week (4/4) and Pac-10 Player of the Week (2/26 and 4/2) ... Started three of the Cardinal's four games at the College World Series, going 2-1 with 16 K's in 17.1 innings pitched ... Leader of the pitching staff with a 27-5 overall record and a 0.64 ERA (ERA was a school record best), while allowing just 99 hits in 208.2 innings pitched ... Made 37 appearances, 34 of those starts ... Registered 18 complete games with 13 shutouts and six combined shutouts ... Her 295 strikeouts shattered the single-season record for K's, which was previously 186 ... With a 9-1 win over Pacific in the championship game of NCAA Regionals, she became the single-season record holder for victories in a season ... Her 0.64 was third in the Pac-10 and her 295 K's were second and .141 opponent batting average was fourth among conference leaders ... Notched 10 or more strikeouts in 14 games ... Was forced to miss three weeks of Pac-10 play with a sore back.
As a freshman in 2000: Stanford's winningest pitcher with a 22-9 record ... Started 34 games, completing 16 of those games ... Had a Stanford single-season and career best 1.08 ERA ... Named a second-team NSCA All-American ... Defeated California (4/22), 2-0 for her first career shutout ... Earned All-Pac-10 second team honors ... Named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week (4/24) ... Held a streak of 38 consecutive innings pitched without allowing an earned run between April 19 and May 5 ... Ranks third on the Stanford all-time wins list with 22 victories ... Lead the team in strikeouts with 164 ... Struck out 12 batters vs. Utah (2/25) ... Set a Stanford single-game record with 15 strikeouts against Central Michigan (5/18) ... Notched four games with 10 or more strikeouts.
High School: A 1999 graduate of Scripps Ranch High School ... A three-time CIF Division II Player of the Year ... Two-time league MVP as well ... Led her team to the 1998 San Diego Section Division II title ... A member of the Principal's Honor Roll at Scripps Ranch.
Club: Played for the Batbusters.
Personal: Daughter of Linda and Marc Sorensen ... Enjoys playing golf and hanging out with friends ... Majoring in both communication and sociology.
Getting to know Dana Sorensen....
Favorite Athlete : Tony Gwynn
My parents were right when they told me : To just have fun!
Favorite website: gostanford.com and ebay
My most prized possession is : My # 12 necklace.
Favorite Place To Hang Out : In my suite with my roomies.
Sorensen's Career Stats