UC SANTA BARBARA
Played in 25 games, starting 23 in the outfield...Batted a career-high .254 with eight RBI...Posted three doubles and two runs...First of four multiple-hit games was a 2-for-4 showing with a double and a run against Utah State (Feb. 13)...Posted a pair of RBI on three occasions, the first against Santa Clara (Mar. 25), when she went 2-for-3 with a run...Went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBI in a 3-1 win over UC Riverside (Mar. 29)...Had a season-high three hits with a pair of RBI in an 11-inning loss to Cal Poly (Apr. 5).
2008 Academic All-Big West
Played and started in 37 contests and earned the starting nod in the outfield during all 21 Big West games...Batted .235 on the season...Posted 23 hits, seven runs and 10 RBI...Committed just one error in the outfield and collectd a .982 fielding percentage...Hit first career home run during Mar. 29 win over UC Riverside...Had two hits on six occassions...Longest hitting streak of the season was four games spanning from Mar. 9 thru Mar. 14...Ended the season with a three-game hitting streak, tallying at least one hit in each of the games during the Cal State Fullerton series (May 9-10).
Recorded one at-bat during her freshman campaign in a Feb. 17 game against Northern Colorado...The Gauchos defeated Northern Colorado, 8-0.
Posted a .392 batting average with two doubles, two triples, two home runs and three stolen bases at Carson High School...Was a four-time All-Marine League selection and two-time All-City pick under coaches Joe Sponsler and Cam Werner...Picked for the Press Telegram Dream Team and four-time Daily Breeze All-Area selection...Helped the Colts to two runner-up finishes in city section...Served as team captain for two years...A four-time scholar-athlete, she finished 15th in a class of 606 and was an eight-time member of the Principal's Honor Roll...Active in several student organizations, including serving as the vice president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and New Life...Was a California Scholarship Federation graduate and is a lifetime member of the National Honor Socitey.
Played outfield for the OC Batbusters for three years under coach Tyrone Davis...Helped her team to a fifth place finish at the 2005 ASA Nationals.
Priscilla Grace Perez was born on Mar. 14, 1989 in Redondo Beach, Calif...Parents are Maricella Perez and Gabriel Perez...Has a younger brother, Daniel...Is a communication major with a minor in educational studies at UCSB...Aspires to someday be involved in higher education or work in intercollegiate athletics...Member of Athletes in Action, Student-Athlete Advisory Board and is the president of Colleges Against Cancer...If she didn't play softball, volleyball would be her sports of choice...Her favorite athletic teams to follow are the Gauchos, Lakers and Dodgers...Her first collegiate start is her most memorable sports moment..."My Best Friend's Wedding" and Tyler Perry's movies are some of her favorite films...She enjoys watching "The Biggest Loser", "Criminal Minds", "House", "One Tree Hill", "Bones" and "SportsCenter"...Names The Bible as her favorite book and John Wooden as her favorite author...Favorite aspects of Santa Barbara and UCSB are participating in tourist activities and riding her bike on a beautiful campus...Her game time superstitions include having her left shin taped before her right and saying a prayer during the National Anthem.