11 Sarah Brown
11 Sarah Brown
Birth Date: 02/21/1981
Height: 5-9
Year: Senior
Hometown: Livermore, Calif.
High School: Livermore HS
Position: Outfield
2003: Her play at the end of last season and a solid bat should give the senior some starts at various positions and as a designated player in addition to her pinch-running duties...2002: Not expected to get much playing time at the beginning of the season, she made 17 starts, 15 at first, towards the end of the season...Finished sixth on the team hitting .240, collecting 12 hits in 50 at-bats...Her .267 average against right-handers was a team fourth-best...She did her best hitting, .300, when faced with two outs...Went 2-for-4 with 1 run scored and 1 RBI in UCSB May 4th, 6-7 loss to Cal State Fullerton...Led the team posting a perfect 1.000% fielding percentage in 83 chances in conference play...Made a team-high16 appearances off the bench, scoring three runs as a sub...2001: The first one to be called off the bench, Brown entered 17 games as a substitute to pace the Gaucho reserves...She started an additional 10 in right and center fields...One of only five Gauchos to go yard on the season...Scored 6 runs in 26 at bats...Had poise with the glove fielding 1.000%...Notched four total bases in a game against Utah State (4/28)...Slugged .286 in Big West play...2000: Reserve made 11 starts in right field...Knocked one base hit and scored three times in limited action...High School: Spent prep days at Livermore HS in the EBAL...Coached by Charles Foscalina...An all league choice, Brown helped her squad to an EBAL title...Also competed in soccer and cross country...Travel ball: Played for the Lightning travel squad, helping lead them to a Western National Championship...Personal: Sarah Brown was born February 21, 1981 in Livermore, CA...A Business Economics major with a minor in Sports Management...Would like to become the first female general manager in Major League Baseball...Fan of Barry Zito...Roots for the Raiders and A's...Enjoys watching "Shrek" and "Titanic"...Her favorite book is Jack Kerowac's "On The Road"...Has a younger brother, Patrick...Daughter of Pat and Rita Brown.