|| Maureen LeCocq
As a junior in 2002: Second Team Academic All-Pac-10 member ... Appeared 59 games for the Cardinal, with 58 starts ... Played six different positions throughout the season (pitcher, second base, shortstop, third base, outfield, designated player) ... Named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week for April 1-7 ... Finished with a 16-9 record, 64 strikeouts and a 2.43 ERA in 158.2 innings pitched ... Hit .208 for the season (32-154) with six doubles, one home run and 16 RBI ... Recorded seven multiple-hit games and three multiple-RBI contests ... Allowed only four runs, three walks and struck out eight in back-to-back wins over Western Michigan, Georgia Southern and Penn State in the Speedline Invitational (3/7-3/9) ... Went 5-for-6 with a home run and 2 RBI in a doubleheader at Pacific (2/9) ... Notched a season-high six strikeouts against Sacramento State (4/24) ... Finished 3-for-5 at the plate with a double and 3 RBI against Southern Utah at the Red Desert Classic (3/2) ... Had a 2-for-3 outing against Utah and finished with a double and two RBI (3/3).
As a sophomore in 2001: Named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week (2/19) ... Made 30 appearances, including 23 starts ... Finished with a 17-7 record, 81 strikeouts and a 1.20 ERA in 140.1 innings pitched- all were second best on the pitching staff ... Notched six shutouts and an additional eight combined shutouts ... Held opposing hitters to a .174 average at the plate ... Recorded a career-high 10 K's against Florida Atlantic, pitching a complete-game two-hitter ... Pitched her first career complete perfect game against Long Beach State (2/17), going the distance while striking out seven ... Began the season pitching 27.1 scoreless innings before allowing a run ... One of only seven pitchers in the Pac-10 to throw a perfect game and one of ten to throw a no-hitter ... Threw a complete game two-hitter with six K's against Texas Tech (3/11) ... Hit .128 (10-78) with two doubles and two RBI, along with 12 total bases.
As a freshman in 2000: Contributed both at the plate and in the circle ... Made 11 starts in 27 appearances for the Cardinal ... Pitched 10 innings, striking out five and allowing one run against Santa Clara (3/19) ... Concluded the season with a .229 average (39-of-170) ... Had nine multiple hit games, including a three hit performance against UMass (2/11) ... Pitched six shutout innings vs. Oregon (4/15) with three strikeouts ... Picked up the save against Tulsa, pitching one shutout inning with a strikeout ... Had four K's in a 5-2 win over Alabama (3/5) ... Longest hitting streak of the year was five games ... Pitched a four-hit complete game win over Sacrament State (4/25).
High School: A 1999 graduate of Chaminade College Prep ... Named the Gatorade Circle of Champions National HS Player of the Year ... The award is based on both athletic and academic accomplishments ... A second-team NFCA All-American for the second straight year ... Went 23-2 with 159 strikeouts, allowing only four earned runs all year ... Led Chaminade to the Division IV Southern Section title, pitching her 14th consecutive shutout in the title game ... The Los Angeles Times and L.A. Daily News Pitcher of the Year as a junior ... Three-time league MVP ... Also MVP of the Chaminade volleyball team all four years ... Received high honors in each of her four years of high school.
Club: Played for the Southern California Stealth ... Helped the Stealth to the 1996 National Championship.
Personal: Daughter of Mariann and Ed LeCocq ... Volunteered in school tutoring programs and as an aide at a nursing home ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Enjoys playing and watching all sports, water-skiing, hiking and camping ... Major is Sociology.
Getting to know Maureen LeCocq....
Our team will be fun to watch this year because : We are headed toward a national championship.
One word that describes you : Happy
Best Thing About Being A Student-Athlete At Stanford : Being associated with the best athletes in the country at one of the best schools in the country.
Favorite Athlete : Brett Butler
Best advice I ever received : Life is short, play hard.
LeCocq's Career Stats