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  Kim Korsak

Kim Korsak

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Gresham, Ore.

High School:
Centennial

Height:
5-6

Position:
Catcher

Birthdate:
07/05/1982

Experience:
3L

Bats/Throws:
R/R

JUNIOR: Played in all 63 games and started 62...Placed second in the conference in walks (27) and runners caught stealing (18)...finished third in the conference in sacrifice bunts (12)...hit .245 with 38 hits, eight RBI and 17 runs scored in 155 at bats...walked 27 times and had 12 sacrifice bunts and 1 sacrifice fly...had 336 putouts and 41 assists...had three perfect games, going 1-1 with 2 walks against Louisiana-Monroe, 2-2 at New Mexico State on March 5, and 3-3 against UT-San Antonio March 21.

SOPHOMORE: Saw action in 33 games, starting in 24...Finished the year with a .239 batting average...had 17 hits and nine RBIs...had a .341 on-base percentage...against conference foe Utah she went 3-3 with two runs...had multiple hits in four games.

FRESHMAN: Saw action in 29 games with a .310 batting average...had a slugging percentage of .379 and an on-base percentage of .355...had her best game against New Mexico State when she went 3-4 with two runs and one stolen base...played in eight conference games.

HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Centennial High School under coach Steve Baker...was the team's most improved player in 1997...named the Team MVP in 1999 and was second team All-Conference...in 2000, was first team All-Conference and second team All-State...named Team MVP her senior year and member of the Oregon Senior All-Star Team...hit .333 her senior year and had a slugging percentage of .406...was on the honor roll all four years.

PERSONAL: Kimberly Frances Korsak was born in Portland, Ore. on July 5, 1982...is majoring in interpersonal communications...was named to the honor roll every semester in high school...favorite athlete is Florida Marlins catcher Pudge Rodriguez...said her ESPN highlight would be during summer ball when she dove for a foul ball inches from the ground behind the backstop. She made the play and ended the inning with bases loaded...said her favorite softball moment was when she was 12 years old and her team made it to the Little League World Series and they finished second.

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