@fullname - Softball - University of Oregon Athletics (2024)

* Updated season/career stats are available via the link above, and to see preseason career game-by-game stats (PDF) click here.

• Returns in 2012 as one of three upperclassmen on one of nation's deepest pitching staffs that helped team to its first-ever Super Regional trips in 2010 and '11.

• As a junior made +16 appearances for the third straight season and staked another +.500 record (3-2).

• As a sophom*ore, shined against many of the nation’s top teams and led the Pac-10 in relief appearances and stood ninth in games finished.

• As a freshman, also was one of the team's most called-upon pitchers, and was utilized as both a starter and reliever.

• As a prep, was the Oregon state pitcher of the year as a junior and senior.

2011 SEASON (Junior)
Rounded out one of the nation’s deepest pitching staffs, and made 16 appearances, including one start. Finished the regular season with a 3-2 record and fanned 25 batters in 25.2 innings. Pitched four scoreless innings to win her lone start of the year in February against Boise State who later ranked second in the WAC Conference regular season standings. Claimed first win of season with four strikeouts in 3.1 innings in comeback vs. then-No. 9 Hawai’i, and handed the returning World Series advancer its first loss in its first eight games. A month later, tossed 3.1 scoreless innings in relief to pick up the win at NCAA qualifier Portland State in mid-March. Struck out a season-high four batters three times during season, including win at Cal Poly two days later. Made appearances in four different Pac-10 series and in the Super Regional vs. eventual NCAA runner-up and No. 3 Florida.

2011 Season Highs
Innings: 4.0, vs Boise State (2/20/11)
Strikeouts: 4, last at Cal Poly (3/25/11)

2010 SEASON (Sophom*ore)
Emerged as one of the West Coast's top relievers, thanks to her poise in pressure situations against many of the nation's top teams. Led Pac-10 Conference in games in relief (21) and tied for ninth in games finished (9). Paced team in fewest wild pitches (1) and fewest home runs allowed (3), and also ranked second in games finished (9), and third in strikeouts (65), appearances (23), innings (47.1), and win-loss percentage (4-2, .667). Over a third of her strikeouts (22 / 65) came looking – the highest percentage on the team. Made two starts vs. then-No. 3 Arizona (3.2 innings, 6 strikeouts, 1 earned run) and in win over San Diego (6 innings, 6 strikeouts, 1 walk). In one of the season's most critical moments in the NCAA regional final vs. No. 7 Georgia Tech, came on with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh inning and one out and struck out the Yellow Jackets’ fifth and sixth hitters. In the following inning, she struck out the first two hitters, then forced an infield out to close out the game and get the win and cement Oregon's first-ever Super Regional bid. Altogether, didn't allow an earned run in 13 of her 21 relief appearances her first sixth of the season. Struck out a season-high nine batters in her 4.1 innings vs. then-No. 1 Washington. Also added eight strikeouts in 4.2 innings in win vs. Portland State, and added five K's in three innings in win over then-No. 13 California. In 10-game spring break home stand vs. Boise State, Idaho State, North Dakota, Portland State and Seattle, pitched in four contests, logged 0.00 ERA and struck out 10 and walked two in five innings.

2010 Season Highs
Innings: 6.0, vs San Diego (2/21/10 at Las Vegas, Nev.)
Strikeouts: 9, vs #1 Washington (4/16/10)

2009 SEASON (Freshman)
Was one of two freshman pitchers that made immediate impact, particularly in non-conference action later in the first 1 1/2 months of season. At season's end, posted second-best strikeout-walk ratio on staff (2.4), and tops among freshmen. Also ranked second on staff in shutouts (1), complete games (2)and opposing batting average (.279). In early March, was 2-1 in San Diego Classic Tournamentwith wins vs. Utah (2-0) and UC Davis (3-0, 8 innings) in same-day back-to-back games to end the tourney. Against the Utes, she struck out a career-high nine batters in the seven-inning complete game (and one K off the team's season high and its best regulation game tally. Came back that same day vs. the Aggies to pitch 2 1/3 innings and struck out four. In that same tourney, she also pitched a complete game in start the day before against Colorado State and had her second-highest strikeout total (6) and only walked one. Altogether, made all six of her starts in a five-week window in midseason. Also called up on for relief work in 13 games, including all seven of her league appearances.

2009 Season Highs
Innings: 7.0, Twice (last vs. vs Utah (3/1/09))
Runs: 7, vs Seattle (3/24/09)
Earned runs: 5, Twice (last at #11 Arizona (3/28/09)
Walks: 2, Four times (last at #15 California (4/25/09)
Strikeouts: 9, vs Utah (3/1/09)

Prep: As a senior in '08, led her team to the state championship game and picked up her second Oregonian 6A Pitcher of the Year and First-Team All-State honor. Her final prep campaign, compiled a 21-4 mark, 0.29 ERA, struck out 354 batters, walked just 34 and allowed only 87 hits in 196 innings. In a summer appearance vs. the Olympic silver medal U.S. National Team, she had the best numbers among the Portland All-Stars team’s five pitchers and allowed two hits and one unearned run in 1 1/3 innings, struck out two and walked one. Later in the summer, she also pitched for the Washington Ladyhawks in the ASA Gold Nationals tournament in Oklahoma City. As a junior, the 6A state and Gatorade Oregon Softball Player of the Year went 22-2 with a 0.26 ERA for Roseburg which advanced to the state quarterfinals. That penultimate campaign, she struck out 306 batters and walked just 20 in 162.1 innings and landed her first of two Southwest Conference Pitcher of the Year awards. Also lettered one season in volleyball at libero. High School (Coach): Roseburg (Tony Camp).

Personal: Sociology major. Parents are Bill and Michelle, and has one younger brother, Hunter.

2009 4.14 2-3 18 6 2 1-2 0 49.0 56 42 29 19 46 6 2 10 230 .279 1 3 2
2010 3.40 4-2 23 2 1 0-2 0 47.1 48 32 23 23 65 8 1 3 222 .254 1 4 2
2011 3.27 3-2 16 1 0 0-1 0 25.2 27 13 12 16 25 3 1 2 124 .265 2 5 0
TOTAL 3.67 9-7 57 9 3 1-5 0 122.0 131 87 64 58 136 17 4 15 576 .266 4 12 4


Innings: 7.0, Twice (last vs Utah (3/1/09))
Strikeouts: 9, Twice (Last vs #1 Washington (4/16/10))

Nickname(s): Mac, MacDaddy.
Favorite Color: Purple.
Favorite Stuffed Animal: Teddy Bear.
If I got a Tatoo, it Would be of: Carpe Diem in Cursive " Seize the Day."
Favorite Elite Softball Player: Jessica Mendoza.
Favorite Oregon Athlete (that doesn't play softball): Brandon Roy.
If I didn't play softball, I would play: Volleyball.
Personal Hero: My Parents and little brother.
Favorite College Class: Sociology.
Intended Career Profession: Nurse.
If I Could Have Dinner With Anybody: Phil Knight.
I'd Die Without My: Chapstick.
First Car: 2001 Honda Civic.
Favorite Place I'd Like to Travel to: Puerto Rico.
Favorite Place on Campus: Living Learning Center.
Favorite Ice Cream: Chocolate Brownie Thunder.
Favorite Snack: Chex Mix.
Favorite Pizza Toppings: Pepperoni, Sausage.
Favorite Drink: co*ke.
Type of Food: Italian & Mexican.
Favorite Movie: No Country for Old Men.
Favorite Actor: Ben Stiller.
Favorite Actress: Reese Witherspoon.
Favorite TV Comedy: Family Guy.
Favorite TV Reality Show: The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Favorite Singer/Band: Ludacris.
Favorite Book: Twilight.
Favorite Board Game: Life.
Favorite Video Game: World of Warcraft.
I Chose Oregon Because: Close to Home.
Funniest Thing any player/coach has said: Holy Guacamole.
Special Item I Have to Travel With: My Favorite Blanket.
Funniest Person on Team: Sari (-Jane Jenkins).
Most Embarrassing Athletic Moment: While delivering a pitch it went behind me instead of to the catcher.

- www.GoDucks.com -

@fullname - Softball - University of Oregon Athletics (2024)


What happened to the Oregon softball player? ›

That sort of effort, grit, determination and will to win were trademark characteristics of Delgado's Oregon career, which came to an early end on that play. Delgado broke her neck when she hit the wall, fracturing the C5 vertebra in two different places and suffering a posterior dislocation of her C6 vertebra.

Who is Oregon's head softball coach? ›

The regional is hosted by Oregon coach Melyssa Lombardi's former program, Oklahoma. Before becoming Oregon's head coach, Lombardi was a coach for the Sooners for 21 seasons.

Where is Oregon softball located? ›

Eugene, OR

Why did Mike White leave Oregon softball? ›

"It came down to the ability to get some financial security for my family," White said in a phone interview with The Oregonian/OregonLive. "An opportunity like this comes along once in 10, 15, 20 years. I think it's a good time, it's a good fit and I'm looking forward to the challenge ahead of me."

What is the Oregon senior softball injury? ›

A brace around Hanna Delgado's neck limits her range of motion, helping injuries to her spine heal. The Oregon softball senior's voice is still a bit thin, as wounds in her throat heal following surgery to repair that spinal damage. Still evident though, is her competitive spirit. Her sense of humor.

How did Hannah Delgado get hurt? ›

Delgado fractured her C5 in two places and dislocated her C6 after diving into the back wall to make a catch against Arizona on April 12. A slight move to her dislocation would have resulted in a spinal cord injury with loss of all function. Instead, Delgado is expected to make a full recovery.

Why did Hanna leave Jordan? ›

However, Hanna calls off her engagement with Jordan in the seventh season, when she finds herself unable to love him the way she wishes she could, hiding the breakup from her friends for a while by wearing a fake diamond ring when she returns to Rosewood.

What did Marissa's father do to her in Hanna? ›

For decades, Marissa's sad*stic and estranged father had been pulling the strings on her career without her knowledge. He was behind the Pioneer group, and he presumably gave Marissa the traumatising order to kill the Utrax baby subjects after Erik rescued the infant Hanna.

How much does Patty Gasso make per year? ›

Oklahoma softball coach Patty Gasso makes $1.775 million annually, after her latest raise was approved by OU's Board of Regents in September 2022.

Who is the new coach at Oregon? ›

Dan Lanning was officially announced as the 35th head coach in Oregon football history on December 11, 2021, as athletic director Rob Mullens brought one of college football's brightest young coaches and top defensive minds to Eugene to lead the Ducks.

What position did Laura Berg play? ›

USA Softball's only four-time Olympian, Laura Berg has made a name for herself as one of softball's greatest outfielders' to ever play the game. One of four women who hold three Olympic Gold Medals in the sport of softball, Laura is no stranger to success on both the national and international scene.

Why is Oregon softball wearing pink? ›

Oregon Softball on X: "The Ducks will wear their pink uniforms today in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

What is Oregon softball record? ›

30-21 ( 13-10 Pacific-12)
Fri, Feb 16vs4 - 1
Fri, Feb 16at4 - 0
Sat, Feb 17vs8 - 0
Sat, Feb 17at2 - 0
50 more rows

How much did the Jane Sanders stadium cost? ›

Robert C. "Bob" Sanders donated more than $16 million to build the stadium, a memorial to his late wife Jane Sanders, who had been a longtime fan of Ducks softball. Former Ducks softball coach Becky Sisley matched other donations, up to $200,000. The total cost of the stadium was $17.2 million.

What happened to softball player Morgan Wilson? ›

Softball Tragedy: 2027 Extra Elite 100 Infielder Morgan “Mo” Wilson of Alliance 12U National Champion Impact Gold Dies at Age 13. Morgan Wilson, a key member of the Alliance 12U Championship-winning Impact Gold National 2K9 team, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 23, 2022.

Where did Jen Schro play softball? ›

Jennifer Schroeder - Softball - UCLA.

Is Dan Lanning going to Oregon? ›

He directed the top defense in the nation in his three seasons as defensive coordinator, and helped lead the Bulldogs to the 2022 national championship before taking over full-time as Oregon's new head coach.

Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Aracelis Kilback

Last Updated:

Views: 5873

Rating: 4.3 / 5 (44 voted)

Reviews: 83% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Aracelis Kilback

Birthday: 1994-11-22

Address: Apt. 895 30151 Green Plain, Lake Mariela, RI 98141

Phone: +5992291857476

Job: Legal Officer

Hobby: LARPing, role-playing games, Slacklining, Reading, Inline skating, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Dance

Introduction: My name is Aracelis Kilback, I am a nice, gentle, agreeable, joyous, attractive, combative, gifted person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.