Geronimo made an impressive impact during her freshmen campaign, leading the team at the plate (.323), as well as in runs (27), hits (52), and triples (3), ranking second in RBIs, slugging percentage, and on-base percentage, and third in doubles. She recorded a then-WAC leading 11-game hitting streak from April 12 to April 27, going 4-for-4 on April 13 vs. Utah State, recording three runs, an RBI, two doubles, and a triple, just a home run shy of the cycle. She also drove in the game-winning runs on Apr. 12 (game two) vs. Utah State and Apr. 19 at UTSA.
Morrow finished second on the team in batting average (.284) during her sophomore season, and continued her role as starting catcher for the Redhawks, starting all 53 games in 2013. She led the team in home runs (8), RBIs (29), and slugging percentage (.512), finished second in runs (21) and hits (46), and third in doubles and triples. She was also named GoSeattleU.com Featured Student Athlete of the Week on Feb. 12, 2013 as the Redhawks opened the season going 4-1 at the Red Desert Classic, with wins vs. Oklahoma State, Southern Utah, Utah, and Weber State. Over that weekend, Morrow started all five games, batting .313 overall, while recording two runs on five hits as well as a triple and two RBIs.
College Sports Madness also announced their All-WAC Teams and Brianna Guerrero (Buena Park, Calif.) represents the Redhawks on the First Team. Guerrero had a solid junior season for the Redhawks, starting all 53 games and recording 18 runs, five doubles, two triples, three home runs, 27 RBIs, and three stolen bases. Of note, she hit a grand slam in the team’s first conference win, a 13-4 victory at UT Arlington on March 23.
The Redhawks finish their first season in the Western Athletic Conference in 2013 and look forward to building upon their success as they add five incoming freshmen who have signed National Letters of Intent. For all the latest updates throughout the offseason, stay tuned to www.GoSeattleU.com, as well as Seattle U Athletics on Facebook and @su_athletics on Twitter.
First Team: Darian Blake (UTSA), Markesha Collins (San Jose State), Michelle Cox (San Jose State), Anna Cross (Louisiana Tech), Isabella Geronimo (Seattle U), Amanda Krueger (Louisiana Tech), Bubba Morrow (Seattle U), Alex Newman (New Mexico State), Amber Olive (New Mexico State), Amanda Pridmore (San Jose State), Staci Rodriguez (New Mexico State), Christine Thomsen (Utah State), Nina Villanueva (UT Arlington)
Second Team: Emma Adams (New Mexico State), Brooke Baker (Texas State), Kelli Baker (Texas State), Devin Caldwell (San Jose State), Kristi Covarrubia (New Mexico State), Hailey Froton (Utah State), Melanie Goff (Louisiana Tech), Macie Hair (Texas State), Rayn House (Texas State), Erin Kipp (Louisiana Tech), Haley Lemons (Texas State), Teri Lyles (UT Arlington), Malena Padilla (New Mexico State)
Player of the Year: Staci Rodriguez (New Mexico State)
Pitcher of the Year: Amanda Pridmore (San Jose State)
Freshman of the Year: Anna Cross (Louisiana Tech)
Coach of the Year: Peter Turner (San Jose State)