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12   Carly Brieske
Carly Brieske

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Safety Harbor, Fla.

High School:
Countryside High School

Position:
OF


2006 Season Highlights: • Team Captain • Started a personal-best 73 games, with 66 in centerfield and seven as designated player. • Collected her fourth ACC Honor Roll award. • Second on the team with a .346 average (9-of-26) during the postseason (ACC & NCAA Tournament). • Named ACC All-Tournament team after hitting .538 (7-of-13) during the five days, the second-highest total in the tournament. • Selected All-Tournament at the Early Bird and Seminole Classic Tournaments. • Exceeded her single-season highs for at-bats (193), hits (52), doubles (8) and assists (8). • Team leader with 20 walks, while rating in the top five in ten offensive categories.

2006 Game Highlights: • Best game of the ACC Tournament was a 2-for-2 performance against #22 NC State (5/12) with two runs scored a double. • Hit her first home run since her sophomore season with a solo shot against Iowa State (2/17) in the Seminole Classic. • Homer versus the Cyclones was part of her best overall game as she went 3-for-4 day with a career-high four RBIs and a run scored. • Had 12 multi-hit games and a pair of multi-RBI contests. • Collected three hits and scored two runs as FSU beat Virginia (4/9). • Opened the ACC Tournament with a pair of hits in three-straight games against Georgia Tech and NC State. • Scored the game winning run three times (Georgia Southern 2, UConn 1, and FIU 1) while driving in the game-winner twice (Nicholls State and Western Michigan).

2006 NCAA Tournament Highlights: • Had a hit in each game against Georgia on Sunday during the title games of the Athens Regional. • Set a postseason career-best with four putouts in game one against the Bulldogs on Sunday.

2005 Season Highlights: • Played in 36 games as a junior, making 15 starts with nine in right field and six more as the designated player. • Strong performance in the classroom produced her third ACC Academic Honor Roll distinction.

2005 NCAA Regional Highlights: • Played in two contests and scored a run as pinch runner against Baylor (5/22).

2005 Game Highlights: • Tied her career-high with a pair of doubles as part of 2-for-2 day against Virginia Tech (4/2). • Game against EKU saw her steal her first base of the season. • Had hits in consecutive games against BYU (5/6) and Utah (5/7). Scored a run against the Cougars while her hit against the Utes was a two-bagger.

2004 Season Highlights: • Had a breakout sophomore year that saw her start a career-high 63-of-68 games (38 in center field, 13 at designated player and 12 in right field). • Raised her batting average by more than 50 points from her freshman season while setting new career highs in every offensive category. • Tops on the team with 16 two-out RBIs...Earned her second spot on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2004 WCWS Highlights: • Started two games at center field at the WCWS and played in three. Batted three times.

2004 NCAA Regional Highlights: • Played in all five games during the regional with a trio of starts in center field.

2004 Game Highlights: • Hit her first career home run during a 2-for-4 day against Louisville in the Seminole Classic (2/7) that included two runs and two RBIs. • Set her career high with three hits against Florida A&M (2/8) in the Seminole Classic. Equaled her career-best by driving in three runs, including the game-winner. • Drove in the winning run against Southern Mississippi (2/ 15) with a three-run home run. • Twice scored the game-winning run after ripping doubles against Jacksonville (2/20) and Georgia Tech (4/3). • Raced around the bases for her first career triple vs. Florida A&M (2/22) to go along with a single, run scored and RBI. • Matched her career high with three hits against St. Joe's (3/ 13). Day included two doubles and the game-winning RBI.

2003 Season Highlights: • Led all freshmen in RBIs and sacrifice flies and was tied for first in doubles. • Behind only starter Natasha Jacob amongst freshmen in games played, at bats, runs, hits, total bases, walks, on base percent age, sacrifice hits and steals...Tied for third on the team with four game-winning RBIs. • Recorded four multi-hit games. • Was the team's top pinch hitter going 3-for-6 with two RBIs and two doubles on top of slugging .833 and posting a .500 on base percentage. • Excelled in the classroom as member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2003 Game Highlights: • Made her collegiate debut as a pinch hitter in game one versus Auburn (2/4), recording a double and a RBI. • Came back in the nightcap to set a career-high with three RBIs, including her first double, during the Seminoles' come-from-behind victory in extra innings. • Drove in the winning run as part of her 2-for-4 performance against Middle Tennessee State (2/15). • Her third game-winning hit of the season was an RBI single against No. 20 Pacific (2/21) at the NFCA Leadoff Classic. • Went 2-for-3 later that day against No. 18 Oregon State (2/ 21). • Drove in Florida State's first run against Maryland (3/25) then came back to lace a double that scored the winning run.

High School: • Member of the 2002 Florida Class 5A State Champions. • Named 1st team all-state, all-county and all-conference. • Pinellas County and Countryside High School Female Athlete of the Year. • Four-year letterwinner in softball and volleyball.

Personal: • Born November 29, 1983. • Graduated on April 29 with degrees in real estate and entrepreneurship. • Daughter of Stuart and Debbie Brieske.

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