|| Tricia Aggabao
Coach Rittman on Tricia Aggabao:
"Tricia is a key leader in our program. She brings an outstanding glove defensively and has become a consistent threat at the plate. Tricia plays the game with a passion and you know what you're going to get from her everyday."
As a Senior in 2008: Earned All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention ... Started all 64 games in left field for Stanford ... Owned a .258 batting average with 48 hits ... Third on the team with 42 runs scored ... With 10 doubles on the year, more than doubled her career double total her senior season alone ... One of the ten best base-stealers in the Pac-10, leading the squad with 16 stolen bases on the year ... More than doubled her career stolen base total her senior season alone, posting the fifth-best single-season tally in school history (16) and moving into seventh place on the school's career chart ... Tallied 18 RBI on the year ... Third on the team with 13 multi-hit games ... Longest hitting streak was seven games between Mar. 7 and Mar. 22 ... Scored in ten consecutive games in late February ... Went 2-for-3 with an RBI and her first double of the year in the squad's home-opener against Saint Mary's (2/13) ... Posted her first of two three-hit games against Santa Clara at the Stanford Invitational (2/15), driving in a season-high three runs ... Scored the game-winning run in a 2-0 decision over Wichita State (2/17) ... Scored three times and doubled against UNLV at the Palm Springs Classic (2/23) ... Stole seven bases in eight games between Feb. 24 and Mar. 4 ... Doubled twice in a win over St. John's at the Worth Invitational in Fullerton (2/29) ... Recorded three consecutive two-hit games at the tournament ... Cracked her first career homerun against Texas Tech (3/1) ... Went 2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored against the Red Raiders for one of her most productive games of the year ... Also had multi-hit games against Boston College (3/4), College of Charleston (3/7) and Princeton (3/22) in March ... Went a season-high 3-for-3 with an RBI and two stolen bases in the team's win over East Carolina (3/23) ... Had two hits in Pac-10 games against Washington (4/6), Oregon State (4/11) and Arizona (5/10) ... Recorded a bunt single and scored the game-winning run in a 2-1 win over Oregon (4/13) ... Recorded sacrifice flies to drive in runs in back-to-back games against Massachusetts at the NCAA Regional (5/18) ... Named to the Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team.
2008 Game-By-Game Statistics
As a Junior in 2007: Earned All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention ... Named to the Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team ... Started all 57 games at second base for the Cardinal ... Concluded the regular-season with a .313 batting average, one of three players on the squad to finish with an average over .300 ... Notched 47 hits, third-best on the squad, and scored 21 runs ... Recorded 12 multiple-hit games and four multiple-RBI games ... Five stolen bases ranked second on the team ... Longest hitting streak was seven games between Apr. 22 and May 5 ... Recorded a 2-for-3 performance with a season-high three RBI and two runs against Sacramento State (2/13) in the team's home-opener ... Matched that season-high three RBI total the following game against Santa Clara (2/16) with her first of five doubles on the year ... Scored the game-winning run in the team's second win over Santa Clara (4/17) ... Went 3-for-3 in the team's win over No. 17 Oregon State (3/30) ... Also went 3-for-3 with two RBI and a double against Saint Mary's (4/11) ... Notched the game-winning hit in the team's upset of No. 4 Arizona (4/28), driving a two-RBI single down the right field line in the fifth inning ... Recorded back-to-back three hit games against Oregon (5/10) and Oregon State (5/11) ... Went 2-for-3 and notched the game-winning RBI in the team's NCAA Regional win over Fresno State (5/18).
2007 Game-By-Game Statistics
As a Sophomore in 2006: Started 44 games and appeared in 49, mostly at second base ... Hit .317 for the year, one of five players on the squad to hit above .300 ... Tallied two doubles and was third on the team with two triples ... Scored 18 runs, tallied nine RBI and ripped 33 hits ... Slugging percentage (.388) and stolen base total (4) both ranked third on the team ... Posted nine multiple-hit games and two multiple-RBI games ... Scored a season-high two runs in the season-opener against Nebraska (2/10) ... Went 2-for-2 versus Nevada at the Kajikawa Classic (2/11) with two RBI and a triple ... Scored the game-winning run in a 3-2 win over New Mexico later in the tournament ... Tripled the following week, collecting a season-high three RBI against Santa Clara (2/17) ... Best hitting performance of the year was a 3-for-4 night against San Jose State (5/2), including her first double of the season ... In conference, went 2-for-3 versus Arizona (4/21) with one run ... Scored the game-winning run and went 2-for-3 in an upset of top-ranked UCLA (5/13) ... Went 2-for-3 with a double, a run and an RBI in the NCAA Regional game against Tulsa (5/19) ... Notched hits in 10 of the final 12 games, including a season-long seven-game hitting streak between May 12 and May 21 ... Earned Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention.
2006 Game-By-Game Statistics
As a Freshman in 2005: Started all 59 games for the Cardinal ... Hit .229 for the year with 33 hits and 20 runs scored ... Tallied two doubles and two triples on the year and tied for fifth on the team in RBI (23) ... Had nine multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI games ... Opened her collegiate career with a three-RBI game versus Santa Clara (2/4) ... Went 3-for-4 twice, including a conference game at Oregon (4/16) in which she collected a season-high three runs and two RBI ... Went 3-for-4 again versus Saint Mary's (4/26) when she scored one run and two RBI ... Scored one run and had one RBI when she went 1-for-2 versus Arizona (5/14).
High School: A 2004 graduate of Bishop Amat Memorial High School in La Puente, Calif. ... A four-year letterwinner ... Captained the team as a junior and senior ... A two-time first-team All-Del Rey League selection ... Twice named the team's Best Defensive Player ... A four-time CIF Honorable Mention pick ... The 2004 Outstanding Athlete of the Year ... Four-time recipient of the Lady Lancer Award.
Club: Competed for the California Cruisers 18 Gold ... Team took second at the 2004 18 Gold ASA Nationals.
Personal: Daughter of Tony and Dolly Aggabao ... Has an older brother, Anthony (29) and an older sister Kim (25) ... Sister, Kim, played softball at UCSD and is now the Assistant Softball Coach at the University of San Diego ... Majoring in Human Biology ... Considering a career in Pediatric Oncology ... Hobbies include exploring different ethnic foods and surrounding herself in good company ... Full name is Patricia Claire Aggabao.
Aggabao's Career Batting Stats