at CSU Bakersfield vs. Rutgers
at Rutgers vs. CSU Bakersfield
at Georgia Southern
at Georgia Southern
LOBO CAREER NOTES: Transferred to UNM after a redshirt season at Houston... appeared in 130 games and made 86 starts throughout her four-year career as a Lobo...had the best season of her collegiate career in 2013 posting a career-best 3.88 ERA and averaging 3.93 strikeouts per seven innings pitched...owns the Lobos' record for batters faced with 2,323...also ranks in the top-10 in program history in several additional categories: appearances (2nd, 130); games started (2nd, 86); saves (T6th, 2); innings pitched (6th, 524.0); strikeouts (6th, 259); complete games (T6th, 40); and wins (T8th, 35)...had two wins against nationally-ranked opponents in her career -- earning the 7-6 win over then No. 11 Oregon on Feb. 10, 2012 and the 15-3 run-rule victory over then No. 16 Texas A&M on Feb. 23, 2012...admired by her teammates and coaches for her work ethic, consistency, intensity and ability to adjust and adapt as needed...a fine arts major, three times named an Academic All-Mountain West honoree and a two-time National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America Scholar Athlete.
SENIOR YEAR (2013 - RS Sr.): Led the Lobo pitching staff with 29 appearances while making 19 starts and throwing 10 complete games...had a 7-13 record and a career-best 3.88 ERA...in 121.0 innings pitched, allowed 163 hits and 87 runs, 67 of which were earned...walked just 38 batters, a team-low average of 2.19 per seven innings pitched...had one of her best series of the season at UNLV, April 12th-14th as she went 1-1 in two starts and 11 innings pitched....gave up just one earned run over two complete games for a weekend ERA of 0.64 while allowing 10 hits, walking one batter and striking out five...held the Rebels to a .256 batting average over both games and gave up just one extra-base hit...finished ranked in the Mountain West top-10 for walks allowed (6th, 38); runs allowed (8th, 87); appearances (T8th, 29); earned runs allowed (9th, 67); hits allowed (9th, 163); games started (10th, 19); innings pitched (10th, 121.0) and batters struck out (10th, 68)...named the Lobos' Pitcher of the Year.
JUNIOR YEAR (2012 - RS Jr.) - Made 22 starts and appeared in 32 contests in the circle for the Lobos...logged the most innings on the pitching staff, throwing 133.2 and threw 12 complete games...also led the pitching staff with a 13-6 record and 65 strike outs...recorded wins over two nationally-ranked opponents, getting the 7-6 over No. 11 Oregon on Feb. 10 and the 15-3 (6 innings) decision over No. 16 Texas A&M on Feb. 23 in the opening day of the Cathedral City Classic, only allowing six hits and three earned runs while striking out three...threw a complete game and got the 8-0 shutout at home against North Dakota on March 2 in the opening night of the UNM Invitational...had a season-high seven strikeouts at UTEP on May 2... named to the Spring 2012 Academic All-Mountain West team...a National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America Scholar Athlete.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011 - Rs So.)- Started 23 games out of 30 appearances in the circle for the Lobos...pitched 138.2 innings with 78 strike outs, nine wins and an ERA of 4.44...had eight at-bats...named to the Spring 2011 Academic All-Mountain West team...a National Faspitch Coaches Association All-America Scholar Athlete.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2010 - Rs Fr.)-Started in 22 games out of 39 appearances in the circle for the Lobos...pitched in 130.2 innings as a redshirt freshman with 48 strikeouts and six wins...had 10 at-bats with a double and scored one run.
HIGH SCHOOL -Played under head coach Jerry Humphreys at Walla Walla High School in Walla Walla, Wash. ...lettered all four years in high school...team was champs of the Big Nine Conference in 2007 and 2008...WIAA Scholar award 2005-08...second team all-conference pitcher in 2006...First team all-conference pitcher in 2007...state qualifier 2007...WIAA Academic State Champs in 2007...2008 WIAA Scholar-Athlete...2008 Team MVP...Tri-City Athlete of the Week in 2008.
CLUB -Member of Acers 18 Gold...MVP in 2005...team took 9th place in 16A Nationals in 2006.
PERSONAL -Born Kaela Aubree Anthony DeBroeck on July 18, 1990 in Hinsdale, Ill. ...parents are Mark and Cheryl DeBroeck...has five siblings... transferred from the University of Houston after redshirting the 2009 season as a true freshman...hobbies include drawing, painting, and outdoor activities...favorite food is Mexican and favorite movies are Step Brothers and For Love of the Game...greatest sports thrills are the challenges she faces and overcomes...major is fine arts.
CAREER SINGLE GAME HIGHS - as of May 11, 2013
Hits: 1 (vs. Colorado State 4/24/10)