at Georgia Southern
at Georgia Southern
at Utah State
Lobos get off to stunning 17-2 start with hot bats, crafty pitching and solid defense
The Lobos will celebrate their many accomplishments of the 2012 season with a small banquet on Sunday
UNM looks to make its first MW series sweep May 10-11 in Fort Collins, Colo.
Lobos say goodbye to their five seniors Sunday at Lobo Field, but UNLV rallies from 6-0 hole to grab 7-6 win
UNM doles out 20 hits to the Rebels' 11 in picking up its second MW victory
SENIOR SEASON (2012) - Started all 52 games for UNM in right field...hit 15 home runs, ranking her third in program history for most long balls in a single season...her 15 homers also ranked fourth in the conference...finished with a .293 average on the season and a career average of .278...had 46 hits on the season including six doubles and two triples...tallied 39 RBIs and was third on the team in total bases with 101 (ranks tenth in UNM history)...was second on the team in stolen bases, nabbing nine in 10 attempts...scored 52 runs, which ranks second in program history for most runs scored in a single season and ranked fourth in the conference...led the team in walks, drawing 32 (ranks tied for fifth in program history)...was second on the team and fourth in the conference in plate appearances with 204... was named Mountain West Player of the Week on Feb. 21 for her performance in the 2012 Lobo Classic in which she drove in 10 runs and scored 10 more while going 9-for-18 at the plate over the five-game span (seven of those hits went for extra bases as she collected one double, one triple and five home runs in the tournament)...finished the season ranking in the top 10 for six single season record categories: runs (second, 52), home runs (third, 15), walks (tied for fifth, 32), slugging percentage (eighth, .643), runs-batted-in (eighth, 39), and total bases (10th, 101)...ranks in the top 10 for three career record categories: home runs (seventh, 19), runs (tied for eighth, 95) and slugging percentage (ninth, .484)...named to the Spring 2012 Academic All-Mountain West team...graduated from UNM in May 2012, becoming head coach Erica Beach's first player at New Mexico to receive her degree.
JUNIOR SEASON (2011)-Saw action in 40 games and started 34 in right field for the Lobos, boasting a 1.000 fielding percentage (47 putouts in 40 games)...hit .269 with 25 hits on 93 at-bats...had 15 runs scored, one stolen base, three sacrifice flies and 14 RBIs...also hit six doubles, one triple and two home runs...recipient of Mountain West Academic All-Conference Award.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2010)-Started 16 games out of 25 games played for the Lobos after getting injured...had a .213 batting average on 10 hits in 47 at-bats...had eight runs scored, seven stolen bases, and four RBIs...also hit a double, a triple, and a home run.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2009)-Started 43 out of 44 games played in the outfield for the Lobos...hit .290 in her first collegiate season, posting 38 hits in 131 at-bats...had eight doubles, one triple, and one home run, notching 16 RBI...leads all returning players with nine stolen bases in 12 attempts.
HIGH SCHOOL-Played softball and basketball at Deer Valley High School...played high school softball for Amy Tillson...named second team all-metro and first team all-league...recognized as the Athlete of the Year...led her basketball team to a NCS runner-up finish and finished second at the West Coast Jamboree...was a scholar athlete and was named most athletic at DVHS...played club ball for coach Pete Aguayo on the Sorcerers Gold team in 2008... played for coach Phil Mumma in 2009 and won an ASA National Championship on the Sorcerers Gold Squad..
PERSONAL-Born Shenise DeVon Cox on August 11, 1990 in Oakland, Calif. ...daughter of Sheryl and Michael Cox...has two brothers, Marcel and Marquis...hobbies included hanging out with friends, talking and texting on her phone and music...favorite movie is Love and Basketall...favorite athlete is Albert Pujols and her favorite food is barbeque...majoring in Broadcast Journalism and Mass Communications.