|| Alissa Haber
As a Senior in 2010: Joined Jessica Mendoza as the only four-time NFCA All-Americans in school history after earning a First Team selection in 2010 ... First Team All-Pac-10 ... NFCA All-West Region First Team ... became just the fourth player in school history to earn four all-region honors ... top-25 candidate for USA Softball National Player of the Year ... for a fourth straight season, led the team in nearly every offensive category - batting average (.446), hits (78), runs (50), triples (2), slugging percentage (.657), on-base percentage (.529) and stolen bases (23) ... also registered 15 doubles, six home runs and 35 RBI ... tallied a season-high three hits on eight different occasions and four RBI twice ... her batting average ranked second in the Pac-10 and was among the top-15 nationally ... earned Pac-10 Player of the Week honors on Apr. 5 ... ended her time on The Farm with 72 career doubles, breaking two-time Olympian Mendoza's eight-year-old record and did so against Oregon on Senior Day ... finished in the career top-10 in nearly every offensive category at Stanford ... she also ended the regular season leading the Pac-10 in hits and was the league leader in stolen bases in conference games (11) ... was 6-12 with a double, a home run and three RBI in three NCAA Tournament games ... CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Third Team Academic All-American and First Team Academic All-District VIII ... Second Team Pac-10 All-Academic ... one of 10 finalists for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award.
2010 Game-By-Game Statistics
As a Junior in 2009: A first-team NFCA All-American ... an All-Pac-10 First Team selection ... also named to the All-West Region Team ... made the cut of 25 finalists for USA Softball's National Player of the Year award ... one of 12 ESPN.com All-America selections ... started all 59 games in left field for the Cardinal ... led the team in nearly every offensive category, pacing the squad in batting average (.443), runs (61), hits (89), doubles (26), slugging percentage (.721) and on-base percentage (.507) ... posted the second-best single-season batting average in school history, falling only short of the .475 mark Jessica Mendoza recorded in 2000 ... ranked 15th nationally in batting average and led the nation with 0.44 doubles per game ... also ranked among the nation's top-50 in slugging percentage (41st), runs per game (16th, 1.03) and on-base percentage (27th) ... finished with the third-best batting average in the Pac-10 with one of the top-10 slugging percentages (5th), on-base percentages (5th), run totals (5th), triple totals (5th), stolen base totals (9th) and hit totals (3rd) ... broke Stanford's single-season doubles record with 26 on the year ... second on the team with eight home runs and fourth with 22 walks and 32 RBI ... scored more times in a season than anyone but Mendoza (2001, 2002) ... hit in 50 of 59 games with 26 multi-hit games ... drove in multiple runs seven times from the leadoff spot ... registered at least one extra-base hit in 30 games ... along with teammate Ashley Hansen, was one of four players in school history to post 80 hits in a single year (ranked second on the single-season list, five hits below Mendoza's record) ... posted the fourth-best season slugging percentage in school history and ranked fifth with 18 stolen bases ... recorded a career-long 18-game hitting streak between Feb. 7 and March 6, tallying 33 hits in the month-long span ... posted two doubles in games against Wagner (2/8) and Santa Clara (3/21) ... was 2-for-4 with a two-run home run against UC Santa Barbara (2/12) ... went 3-for-5, scored three times and ripped her first of three triples against Utah State (2/14) ... was 2-for-4 with two RBI and a double in a win over No. 24 San Diego State (2/15) ... belted a solo home run and registered two RBI against Sacramento State (2/20) ... was 4-for-4 with three runs scored, a double and a triple against Western Kentucky (2/21) ... was 2-for-3 with two RBI, two runs scored, a double and a home run later in the day against Notre Dame (2/21), finishing the double-header with six hits and a combined cycle (two singles, two doubles, a triple and a home run) ... posted her third of 12 3+ hit games against UC Riverside (2/28) ... also was 3-for-3 later in the weekend against Cal State Fullerton with three runs scored, a double and a triple ... went a combined 5-for-7 with a double and a home run in two games versus Vermont in early March ... was 3-for-4 with two doubles and a home run against Santa Clara (3/21) ... was also 3-for-4 in Stanford's second meeting with the Broncos, registering a double and another home run to reach 200 career hits ... singled and scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning in a win over Cal Poly (3/23) ... also had three hits in Stanford's loss at Arizona (4/17) ... was 2-for-3 with two RBI and the game-winning hit in a win over San Jose State (4/22) ... went 3-for-4 with her 70th hit of the year against Oregon State to help Stanford complete the series sweep (4/26) ... also had three hits, including her 50th career double, in the rubber-game win over No. 7 Arizona State (5/1) ... became the fourth player in school history to record 20 doubles in a year against Arizona on May 2 ... went 2-for-3 with two stolen bases and the game-winning RBI to help Stanford edge Arizona and take the series from the Wildcats for the first time in school history (5/3) ... hit .667 (6-for-9) over the three-game Arizona sweep, registered a hit in every single game, doubled twice and slugged .889 from the leadoff spot to earn her first career Pac-10 Player of the Week award (5/5) ... was 3-for-4 with four runs and three RBI in Stanford's first postseason game against Portland State (5/15) ... was 3-for-4 with four RBI in the NCAA Regional game against Nevada (5/16) ... doubled in all three NCAA Regional games and hit .636 (7-for-11) with eight RBI over the weekend ... hit in all three NCAA Super Regional games ... one of 10 players in the Pac-10 with a perfect fielding percentage, not recording an error in 70 chances ... has three outfield assists ... an ESPN.com Preseason All-America Second Team selection ... a 2009 USA Softball National Team Camp invitee ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention.
2009 Game-By-Game Statistics
As a Sophomore in 2008: A third-team NFCA All-American ... an All-Pacific Region First Team outfielder ... also an All-Pac-10 First Team pick ... started all 64 games in center field for the Cardinal ... led the team with a .374 batting average, .465 on-base percentage, 77 hits, 49 runs scored and 16 doubles ... season batting average ranked among the top-10 in school history ... second in the Pac-10 in hits and fifth in doubles ... just the seventh player in school history to record 70 or more hits in a season ... batting average ranked third in the conference, while on-base percentage ranked fourth ... season run total stood sixth in the conference, and among the top-10 single-season tallies in school history ... walked 32 times, one of the ten best single-season totals at Stanford ... also hit six homeruns, four of which were on the team's first at bat of the game ... notched 23 RBI from the lead-off spot and was second in the team with a .558 slugging percentage ... led the Cardinal with 23 multi-hit games, including five three-hit games ... hit in 11 of the first 12 games of the year ... belted her first homerun of the year on Stanford's first at bat against Fordham (2/22) ... went 2-for-4 with another homerun against Providence ... had her first three-hit game and blasted two homeruns against St. John's at the Worth Classic in Fullerton (2/29) ... went 3-for-3 with a double later in the weekend against Purdue (3/1) ... went 2-for-4 with a season-high three RBI and a homerun against Boston College (3/4) ... scored the tying run in the bottom of the seventh in a come-from-behind win over Campbell (3/6) ... went 3-for-4 with a double and three more RBI in a win over North Dakota State (3/7) ... recorded three hits and scored twice against Princeton (3/22) ... nabbed the game-winning RBI with a third-inning double against BYU (3/22) ... recorded multiple hits in Pac-10 games against Arizona State (3/30), Washington (4/6), Oregon (4/13), California (4/19), Washington (4/25) and Oregon State (5/3) ... blasted a solo homerun on the first at bat of the game at UCLA (4/4) ... matched her season-high with three hits and her first triple of the year in the regular-season finale at Arizona (5/10) ... went 2-for-4 with a double and a triple in the team's NCAA Regional win over Lehigh (5/16) ... went 2-for-4 and scored twice in Stanford's regional championship win over Massachusetts (5/18) ... finished the NCAA Regional weekend with five hits and four runs ... named to the ESPN Preseason All-America First Team and the USA Softball Top-50 Player of the Year Watch List.
2008 Game-By-Game Statistics
As a Freshman in 2007: A third-team NFCA All-American ... an All-Pac-10 Second Team selection, the only true freshman in the conference named to the first or second team ... named to the All-Pacific Region Second Team ... recorded marks that were then among the top 10 in school history in batting average (.365) and doubles (15) ... started all 57 games in center field for Stanford ... led the team in most offensive categories with a .365 batting average, 65 hits, 40 runs, 15 doubles, two triples, a .539 slugging percentage and a .455 on-base percentage ... also one of the top three players on the squad with four homeruns, 23 RBI and four stolen bases ... finished the regular season as one of the Pac-10's top-10 players in batting average, hits, on-base percentage and doubles ... recorded a team-leading 18 multi-hit games ... notched multiple RBI on five occasions ... went on two double-digit hitting streaks, an 11-game run between Apr. 1 and Apr. 22 and a ten-game run between Feb. 10 and Feb. 22 ... doubled in her first collegiate game against Western Michigan (2/9) ... tripled against Cal (4/6) and UC Davis (5/8) ... went 2-for-3 and blasted her first career homerun against No. 4 Northwestern (2/10) ... followed with a three-hit, two-run performance against No. 17 Texas ... scored the game-winning run in a 1-0 win over Florida International (4/22) ... went 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI against Marist (2/25) ... homered in back-to-back Pac-10 games against Arizona State (4/15) and UCLA (4/20) ... scored the game-winning run in a 3-2 win over No. 11 Washington ... went 4-for-4 in two Pac-10 games, helping the Cardinal top No. 13 Oregon (4/1) and upset No. 12 UCLA (5/6) ... notched a three-hit, two-run performance against UC Davis (5/8) ... scored a season-high three runs in wins over Oregon (4/1) and Cal (4/6) ... tallied the game-winning hit in the seventh inning to beat No. 17 Oregon State (3/30) ... went 2-for-4 with a double in the team's NCAA Regional win over Fresno State (5/18).
2007 Game-By-Game Statistics
High School: A 2006 graduate of Newark Memorial High School in Newark, Calif. ... a four-time All-Mission Valley Athletic League selection ... 2006 league MVP ... a three-time All-North Coast Section selection ... a second-team all-state selection ... led team to four consecutive league titles ... also an all-league volleyball player ... Scholar-Athlete of the Year at Newark Memorial as a senior.
Club: Played for the Strike Zone club.
National Team: A member of the United States National Team ... helped lead Team USA to the 2009 Canada Cup Championship ... started 11 of the team's 12 games in left field ... went 11-for-29 (.379) with nine RBI in her 11 appearances, highlighted by a 3-for-3 outing with two runs, three RBI and a home run against Canada ... captured the gold medal with Team USA at the KFC World Cup of Softball in Oklahoma City ... started five of the team's six games in left field ... was 9-for-14 (.643) with two home runs, seven RBI and seven runs in her five appearances ... in addition to her game-winning hit in the championship game, she provided critical home runs against Japan and Australia ... part of the USA Softball Team that captured gold at the 2009 Japan Cup in Sendai City, Japan ... hit 4-for-11 (.364) and scored five times in four games, while also registering three RBI and a home run against Australia in the opener ... competed on the USA Junior National team that captured a gold medal at the 2006 Junior Pan American Championship in Puerto Rico ... also competed with the team that won gold at the 2007 ISF Junior World Championship in Enschede, Netherlands.
Personal: Daughter of Dave and Beth Haber ... has two brothers, Samuel and Chris ... father was a national champion in the high jump for Cal State East Bay ... majoring in English ... hobbies include reading, napping and reality TV ... full name is Mary Alissa Haber.
Haber's Career Batting Stats