UNM Lobo student-athletes get high marks in the classroom and in competition
The Lobo duo led UNM in all offensive categories en route to breaking season and career records
UNM's Anaya, Carramusa and Garcia make the list of the league's best for 2012
CSU's McCarthy held the Lobos to just nine hits on Thursday while the Rams' lineup produced 19
Lobos say goodbye to their five seniors Sunday at Lobo Field, but UNLV rallies from 6-0 hole to grab 7-6 win
JUNIOR SEASON (2012) - Started all 52 games as the Lobos' third baseman...recorded 52 put-outs and 107 assists, while committing just eight errors to compile a .952 fielding percentage... finished the regular season ranked in the top ten among all Div. I softball players for three categories: home runs (fourth, 23), home runs per game (fourth, .44) and runs per game (ninth, 1.15)...also ranked nationally in three other categories: slugging percentage (21st, .831), doubles per game (21st, .31) and runs-batted-in per game (41st, .94)...was the first Lobo to surpass UNM's single-season record for home runs, blasting her 14th homer in the top of the sixth inning against Tulsa on March 31...led the Lobos with long balls almost the entire season, going neck-and-neck with Jessica Garcia in setting a new record for UNM (Garcia hit a homer in New Mexico's last game of the season to claim the crown with 24)...her 23 homers place her second in program history for single-season dingers...set a new Mountain West single-season home run record for juniors and finished tied third in MW history for single-season homers...accomplished several other offensive feats this season as she broke both the UNM and MW junior class single-season record for runs scored with 60 (the previous UNM record was 47 set by Jackie Van Hooydonk in 1997 and previous MW junior class record was 55 set by Kristin Delahoussaye of BYU in 2010)...finished ranked in the top ten of several other UNM single-season records: hits (tied for third, 67), slugging percentage (second, .831), doubles (tied for third, 16), and runs-batted-in (fourth, 49)...recorded a hit in 40 of UNM's 52 games...named MW Player of the Week on Feb. 28 and March 27...named to the 2012 Mountain West Softball All-Conference Team...named to the NFCA All-West Region Second Team.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011)-Started all 45 games as the Lobos' shortstop, compiling a .929 fielding percentage...hit .300 with 46 hits in 140 at-bats...had eight doubles and one triple...was second on the team for home runs with 11...led the team with 38 RBI...third on the team in runs scored with 30...third on the team in slugging percentage at .349... ranks in the top-ten for UNM single-season records for runs batted in (tied for seventh-Gabriella Parra 2008) with 38 and home runs (tied for fourth-Danielle Cassara 2000) with 11 ... named Mountain West Player-of-the-Week April 19 (shared the honor with BYU's Stacie Graham)...named MW All-Conference.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2010)-Started 41 games out of 45 games played as a shortstop for the Lobos...led all freshman in hitting with a .311 batting average on 42 hits in 135 at-bats...led the team in stolen bases with 12 and tied for first on the team in RBIs with 20...was second on the team in runs scored with 25, in home runs with five, in triples with two and in doubles with eight...had a .511 slugging percentage and a.354 on-base percentage...tied for fourth in the Mountain West in stolen bases.
HIGH SCHOOL-Played high school softball under coach Mark Brunenkant at Catalina Foothills High School in Tucson, Ariz. ...named to the 4A All-Star team in 2009...First Team All-State 4A in 2009...First Team Sonoran Region in 2009...CFHS voted MVP, 2009...CFHS Offensive Player of the Year for 2009...2009 CFHS stats: Avg. .425; Slg% .821; OB% .479.
CLUB-2008 18U Gold Nationals 3rd Place.
PERSONAL-The daughter of Arleen and Bob Carramusa, Stefanie Marie was born on August 20, 1991 in Clayton, Calif. ...nickname is Moose...her hobbies include snowboarding going to the lake and outdoor activities...favorite food is pasta...says that the thrill of competition drives her in sports...has an older brother, Anthony, and a younger sister, Rachel...majoring in Criminology.