|| Catalina Morris
As a senior in 2006: Third-Team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American ... First-Team All-Pac-10 ... First-Team All-Pacific Region ... Pac-10 Player of the Week (5/16) ... Second-Team Pac-10 All-Academic ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Second Team ... Started all 60 games in center field ...Leadoff hitter ... Led the team with a .365 average, 72 hits and 112 total bases ... Also second on the team with a .569 slugging percentage and went 12-14 in stolen bases ... Tallied 39 runs, 29 RBI, nine doubles, five triples and seven home runs for the year ... Led the team with 21 multi-hit games and has also collected nine multi-RBI games ... Opened the season with a 2-3 games versus Utah State (2/10) with two runs and three RBI ... Was 2-4 against Miami (Ohio) (3/10) with three runs and four RBI, then went 3-4 against Wisconsin (3/10) with one run and three RBI ... Followed with another 3-4 day against Middle Tennessee State (3/11) with two runs and one RBI ... In conference action, went 3-4 to lead Stanford to victory over Cal (4/15) with one RBI and a double ... Went 2-3 to help the Cardinal upset UCLA (5/12) with two runs and a double ... Went 2-4 versus Fresno State (5/21) in the NCAA regional with two runs, one double and one triple ... Was 2-5 against Alabama (5/27) in the NCAA Super Regional with one run and a double ... Boasted a .988 fielding percentage with 82 putouts and three assists ... Currently owns the single season triples record with six and the career triples record with 17 ... Ranks second all-time for career runs with 174, home runs with 34, and stolen bases with 43 ... Longest hitting streak of the season was ten games.
2006 Game-By-Game Statistics
As a junior in 2005: NFCA Second-Team All-American ... First-Team All-Pac-10 ... Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention ... Played on the 2005 USA National Elite Team ... Started in all 59 games for Stanford ... Led the team with a .351 batting average on the year with 68 hits and 46 runs scored ... Also led the team in doubles (15) and triples (4) ... Second on the team in home runs with 13 ... Co-leads the team in stolen bases, going 7-8 ... Second on the team in sacrifice hits (4) ... Led the team with 20 multiple-hit games ... Began the season with a pair of home runs versus Santa Clara (2/4), going 2-3 with three RBI ... Went 3-3 against Kentucky (2/12), collecting two runs, one RBI and hitting her third home run of the season ... Hit another pair of home runs at Fresno State (2/28), going 2-4 and notching four RBI ... Went 2-2 at Sacramento State (4/20) with three runs, four RBI and two home runs ... Went 2-3 in her fourth multiple-home run game versus Oregon State (5/8) with two RBI ... Went 3-4 and scored two runs versus Robert Morris in the NCAA Regional (5/20) ... Earned a perfect fielding percentage with 49 putouts and one assist ... Ranked 10th on the single season hits list (68) ... Moved up to third on the single season home run list (13) ... Ranks first on Stanford's career triples list (12) and fourth on the career home runs list (27) ... Tied for third for career runs (135), fifth for career RBI (99) and third for career stolen bases (31).
As a sophomore in 2004: Second-Team Pacific Region and All-Pac-10 pick ... Second-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... Played on the 2004 USA National Elite Team ... Started in all 68 games for the Cardinal ... Hit .306 on the year with 63 hits and a team-leading 51 runs scored ... Led the team with six triples and added 11 doubles and seven home runs ... Tied for second on the squad with 13 stolen bases ... Notched a .949 fielding percentage with 54 putouts and two assists ... had 17 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games ... Collected a season-high four RBI against Oklahoma State (2/27) ... Went 2-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBI versus Fresno State (3/24) ... Scored a season-best four runs at Washington 4/24 in a 2-for-3 day at the plate ... Went 3-for-4 with two runs scored against Pacific in the NCAA Regionals ... Tallied four hits in six at bats versus UCLA (5/30) at the WCWS ... Her six triples is a single season record on The Farm and her seven home runs ties for ninth ... The 51 runs scored ties for fourth for a single season at Stanford while the 13 stolen bases ties for sixth.
As a freshman in 2003: Earned NFCA Third-Team All-America, First-Team Pacific All-Region and Second-Team All-Pac-10 honors ... Played and started in 60 games ... Ranked second on the team with a .324 batting average (58-179) ... recorded 10 doubles, two triples, seven home runs and 28 RBI ... Had 16 multi-hit and four multi-RBI games ... Boasted a nine-game hitting streak ... Recorded a team-high .520 slugging percentage ... Led the squad with 38 runs scored and 11 stolen bases ... Had a two home run game with a 2-for-3 effort at the plate against Arizona (4/11) ... Tallied five other 2-for-3 efforts at the plate ... Notched one hit and one RBI while starting all three games in the post season.
High School: Graduated from Buena High School ... Two-time all-state selection ... All-region selection as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Team offensive MVP in 2000 and 2001 ... Four-year letterwinner in softball ... Captained 2002 squad ... Member of 2001 U-18 ASA "A" National Tournament Champion team ... Played high school volleyball sophomore year.
Club: Played for the Arizona Alleycats ... coached by Laura Espinoza.
Getting To Know Catalina Morris
|Born:||July 5, 1984|
|Parents:||Doug Morris and Valerie Hing|
|Athletic Family:||Father played baseball for UC Santa Barbara|
|My parents were right when they told me:||To never do anything half-hearted. If you're going to do it, do it well!|
|If I could bring anything from my hometown to Stanford, it would be:||My dog Merlin|
|Favorite midnight snack:||Homemade chocolate chip cookies|
|Favorite actor:||Vince Vaughn|
Morris' Career Batting Stats