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#16 Chelsea Anaya
Position: Infielder
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 5'2"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Pacolma, Calif.
High School: Chatsworth HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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JUNIOR YEAR (2013) - Started the first 27 games of her junior year before sustaining a broken collarbone on March 10 in the bottom of the fourth inning against Yale at the Husky Softball Classic hosted by Washington...had started every game of her career, a total of 124, prior to sustaining the season-ending injury...led the team with a .367 batting average...recorded 20 RBIs and boasted a slugging percentage of .532...hit .415 with runners on base and with runners in scoring position, hit .480...with a runner on third and less than two outs, she batted .909...named Mountain West Player of the Week on Feb. 24 for hitting 9-for-16 (.562) and driving in eight RBIs while leading UNM to a 4-1 week, including a midweek win at New Mexico State, and victories over Auburn and Kansas at the 2013 Best Western Marina Grand Islander Classic in Corpus Christi, Texas...ranks tied for seventh in Lobo history for career double plays turned with 21...named the Lobos' Offensive Player of the Year.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2012) - Started all 52 games...played second base for a majority of the season, but started at short stop for the final six games...was fourth on the team in batting average with a .327...recorded 55 hits, including seven doubles and three triples...drove in 33 RBIs...ranks fourth in UNM history for runs scored in a single season with 46...is tied for eighth in program history for single season home runs with nine...tied for fourth in the Mountain West conference for most double plays turned with 10...was named to the 2012 Mountain West All-Conference team...named to the Spring 2012 Academic All-MW Team.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2011)- Started all 45 games in her first season as a Lobo...played second base and compiled a .954 fielding percentage...hit .278 in her first collegiate season with 40 hits on 144 at-bats...had a 13-game hitting streak that spanned from Feb. 25-March 13...had seven doubles, two triples and four home runs, notching 23 RBI...named to the Spring 2011 Academic All-MW team.

HIGH SCHOOL - Played at Chatsworth High School for coach Jay Creps...named First Team All-League in 2010...earned First Team All-City...named Offensive Player of the Year of her team...was a Second Team All-League selection as a junior...two-time scholar athlete.

PERSONAL - Born December 11, 1991 in Granada Hills, Calif...daughter of Rosalba and Rogelio Anaya...hobbies are reading, hanging out with friends, shopping and watching movies...favorite foods are chicken and shrimp gumbo...favorite athlete is Andrea Duran...majoring in Psychology...has three siblings; Javier, Jovan and Cariene.

CAREER SINGLE GAME HIGHS - as of May 11, 2013

Hits: 3, 5x (last vs. Yale 3/10/13)
Doubles: 1, 19x (last vs. Seattle 3/8/13)
Triples: 1, 6x (last vs. Bradley 3/8/13)
Home runs: 1, 15x (last vs. Auburn 2/23/13)
Total bases: 6, 2x (last vs. Auburn 2/23/13)
RBI: 5, (vs. Bryant 2/17/12)
Runs scored: 3, 4x (Weber State 3/23/12)
Walks: 2 (vs. UCLA 3/3/13)
Hit by pitch: 1, 5x (las vs. Southern 2/22/13)
Stuck out: 3 (at Baylor 2/18/11)
Sac flies: 1, 3x (last vs. Northern Colorado 2/18/12)
Sac bunts: 1, 8x (last vs. UNLV 5/5/12)
At bats: 5 (at San Diego 3/1/13)
Stolen bases: 2 (vs. Southern 2/22/13)
Caught stealing: 1, 4x (last vs. Central Michigan 2/17/13)
Putouts: 5, 2x (last vs. Cal State Fullerton 2/24/12)
Assists: 6 (vs. Northern Colorado 2/26/11)

Season.avggp-gsabrh2b3bhrrbitbslg%bbhbpsogdpob%sfshsb-attpoaefld%
2011 (Fr.) .278 45-45 144 24 40 7 2 4 23 63 .438 6 1 27 0 .309 1 3 3-5 60 85 7 .954
2012 (So.) .327 52-52 168 46 55 7 3 9 33 95 .565 16 2 30 0 .388 2 3 2-3 107 103 18 .921
2013 (Jr.) .367 27-27 79 9 29 5 1 2 20 42 .532 5 2 10 0 .419 0 2 4-5 50 46 5 .950
TOTAL .317 124-124 391 79 124 19 6 15 76 200 .512 27 5 67 0 .366 3 8 9-13 217 234 30 .938
Saturday, October 11
1:00 PM - 
Softball
vs. Luna Community College
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Softball
vs. Luna Community College
Sunday, October 12
1:00 PM - 
Softball
vs. Western New Mexico
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