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  Courtney Waters

Courtney  Waters

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Eagle River, Alaska

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2008: Garnered second-team NFCA All-Great Lakes Region honors ... Named to the All-MAC First Team ... Set a new single-season record with 49 runs scored ... Finished second on the team with a .337 batting average ... Led the Bobcats in runs (49), Hits (59) and walks (25) ... Hit the second home run of her career against Marshall ... Second on the team with nine stolen bases ... Went 3-for-3 with three runs and two RBI to lead the Bobcats to victory against Virginia ... Went 5-for-8 with five runs in an Ohio doubleheader sweep of Bowling Green ... Only hitter for the `Cats in the MAC championship game ... Finishes career on Ohio's all-time runs (97 - third), walks (58 - fourth), and steals (40 - sixth) lists.

2007: Named second-team All-MAC ... Started in 56 of the 57 games she played in ... Was at bat a total of 119 times, including 32 hits for a .269 batting average on the season ... Named the MAC East Player of the Week on April 8 ... Scored 19 runs, which was fourth most on the team ... Doubled three times and tripled once ... Batted in 12 runners and stole 12 bases out of 16 attempts ... Went 2-for-3 against Rider (2/24) and had two runs ... Was 2-for-2 against Bowling Green (4/6) with two runs and three RBI ... 32 career stolen bases places is sixth all-time in Bobcat history.

2006: Went 2-for-3 with a double, two runs scored, two RBI and a stolen base versus Buffalo ... Went 2-for-4 with a double, a run scored and an RBI against Ball State ... Connected for her first career home run, a solo shot, against George Mason.

2005: Played in 38 games as a freshman, starting 37... led the Bobcats with 14 stolen bases on 17 attempts... tied for the lead in triples with two... got her first hit as a Bobcat on a single at N.C. State... went 3 for 5, with a triple, scored and drove in her first run vs. St John's... went 3 for 3, scored two runs and stole three bases against Ball State... collected two hits on three occassions (vs. Fairfield, at Miami, and vs. Kent State)

HIGH SCHOOL: A four year letter winner at Chugiak High School under Head Coach Jim Iagvlli ... was a four year all-region and all-state team member ... named team MVP her sophomore, junior and senior year ... led Chugiak to the 2003 Alaska State Championship title and were runners-up in 2004 ... batted a career high .575 her sophomore year ... stole 22 bases in 16 games in her senior campagain ... also was a four year letterwinner in basketball.

PERSONAL: Majoring in Criminology ... Born March 24, 1986 ... Daughter of Carl and Michele Waters ... Former teammate at Chugiak of classmate Amanda Sacks.