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Courtney Senas


Wahiawa, Hawaii

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FSU Opens Women's College World Series vs. Oregon

The No. 3 Seminoles face top-seeded Oregon in their first game of the 2014 WCWS on Thursday.


Florida State Forces Game Three

The No. 3 Seminoles hit four home runs en route to a 6-0 victory over Michigan.


Senas Walk-Off Sends Florida State to WCWS

The senior centerfielder hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh to defeat Michigan, 4-2.


Seminoles Drop Game One of NCAA Super Regional

No. 3 Florida State falls to No. 13 Michigan, 17-3 in six innings, to open the Tallahassee Super Regional.


Florida State Handles Fordham

The No. 3 Seminoles allowed just one base runner in the first six innings en route to a 6-1 win.


Senior Season (2014): Finished her Seminole career as one of the best players in program history...earned NFCA All-Region and All-ACC First Team honors as well as ACC All-Tournament Team accolades...was named the team's Gold Glove award winner...started and played in all 64 games and batted .338 (67-for-198) with 12 doubles, four triples, 15 home runs, 57 RBI and 65 runs scored...drew 43 walks (second on the team) against just 30 strikeouts...blasted one of the most memorable home runs in Florida State history with a walk-off two run home run in game three of the NCAA Super Regional against No. 13 Michigan to send the Seminoles to the Women's College World Series for the first time since 2004...finished second all-time in FSU history in career home runs (36), third in RBI (158), third in slugging percentage (.547) fifth in runs scored (180), seventh in walks (98), seventh in doubles (37) and T-eighth in stolen bases (69)...her 2014 campaign placed her second on the FSU single season HR (15) and RBI (57) lists, along with her .667 slugging percentage (3rd), 65 runs (T-3rd) and 43 walks (5th) landed her on the FSU all-time top 10 list for a single season...went 2-for-4 with four RBI and two runs scored in 12-3 win over St. Mary's (2/8)...went 1-for-2 with a triple, two RBI, two runs scored, and a walk in FSU's 12-0 victory over Southern Miss (2/16)...went 2-for-4 with a home run, three RBI, two runs scored, and a stolen base in FSU's win over Houston (2/28)...was a home run short of the cycle at UVa as she went 3-for-5 with three RBI and two runs scored on March 8...batted 5-for-8 with four runs scored and two RBI over both games of a doubleheader against North Carolina on March 30...hit a double, two home runs with four RBI and four runs scored in the ACC Tournament to earn All-Tournament honors and help lead FSU to its 12th ACC title...went 7-for-12 with six RBI and two home runs in the NCAA Super Regional against Michigan on May 22-23.

Junior Season (2013):
Had one of the best offensive seasons in school history ... batted .333 with 14 home runs, 52 RBIs, eight doubles, five triples and 58 runs scored ... added a .646 slugging percentage, 27 walks and a .410 on-base percentage ... her 14 home runs tie former player Yuruby Alicart for the most in school history ... the 52 RBIs currently rank sixth on the school list ... finished with All-ACC First Team honors ... collected Co-MVP honors at the team banquet ... earned ACC Player of the Week twice ... led Florida State with 20 multiple-hit games ... posted 14 multiple RBI games ... had an eight-game hitting streak and reached base safely in 16 straight games ... finished 18th nationally in triples ... 45th in triples per game ... 47th in runs per game ... first in the ACC in runs scored and triples ... second in total bases ... third in base hits and RBIs ... seventh in slugging percentage ... moved from centerfield to third base to help with all the injuries sustained in 2013 ... batted second in the order in 50 games ... All-ACC Tournament Team selection ... batted 2-for-3 with a double, a home run and five RBIs against nationally-ranked Hofstra ... hit a triple, a home run, scored two runs and had three RBIs against LIU Brooklyn ... hit a home run in five of six games from March 5 to March 12 ... was a perfect 4-for-4 from the plate with four runs scored and three RBIs in game two of a doubleheader at NC State ... went 2-for-2 with a double, a home run, two walks, three runs scored and three RBIs in game one of a doubleheader against FIU ... scored two runs and knocked in four RBIs against North Carolina ... only had one hit at Maryland on March 31, but the grand slam helped her post five RBIs and score two runs in the game ... collected three RBIs in game one of a doubleheader against Boston College ... recorded her final home run of the season on April 27 at Georgia Tech, tying her for the top spot in program history ... had 14 assists in the North Carolina series on March 22 and 24 ... struck out just 20 times in 225 plate appearances, or just once every near-12 trips to the plate.

Sophomore Season (2012):
Improved as a hitter in her second year ... batted .296 with two home runs, 26 RBIs, nine doubles and two triples ... nearly cut her strikeout total in half from her freshman year, fanning just 27 times ... behind Tiffani Brown, Senas emerged as FSU's next-best stolen base threat by recording 19 steals in 23 attempts ... scored 28 runs ... third on the team with nine multiple-hit games ... fifth with five multiple RBI performances ... held a seven-game hitting streak ... reached base in 11 straight games ... started 55 games at centerfield but also made eight starts at shortstop in place of injured Maddie O'Brien ... delivered three-hit performances against Stephen F. Austin (Feb. 10), UC Santa Barbara (March 2), Georgia Tech (April 15) and North Florida (May 1) ... hit for the cycle in a doubleheader sweep over North Florida, combining to go 5-for-7 with one home run, two RBIs, one double and one triple with three runs scored ... finished 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBIs against Georgia Tech in game two of a doubleheader ... tied her season high with two runs scored on six occasions ... second on the team with four sacrifice flies ... won the regular-season batting title with Tiffani Brown ... finished 5-for-15 at the Citrus Classic ... selected to the Bank of Hawaii Invitational All-Tournament Team ... tied for eighth in the ACC with 55 base hits ... tied for fourth in sacrifice flies ... seventh in the conference in stolen bases.

Freshman Season (2011):
Started 57 of the team's 60 games in centerfield ... batted .291 with five home runs, 23 RBIs, eight doubles and two triples ... stole 21 bases ... moved around often in the batting order, hitting first, second, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth in the lineup ... recorded 14 multiple-hit games as a freshman ... named to the ACC All-Tournament Team after hitting .600 with two home runs and five RBIs in FSU's three games ... had one of the most clutch hits of the year when she hit an offering from UNC pitcher Lori Spingola for a two-run home run in the sixth inning of the ACC Championship Game to give FSU a 4-0 lead ... in that same championship game against the Tar Heels, Senas hit an RBI double to provide the Seminoles with a 2-0 advantage ... ended the year on a strong note, batting .417 with two home runs, seven RBIs and 10 base hits in FSU's final eight games ... hit home runs against Middle Tennessee, Utah, Boston College, Virginia and UNC ... her first collegiate round-tripper came in the form of a grand slam versus Middle Tennessee on Feb. 18.

High School:
Starred at Mililani High ... four-time first team all-state shortstop ... 2007 O'ahu Interscholastic Association West Player of the Year ... three-time OIA West First Team shortstop ... two-time position player of the year ... 2010 Mililani High School Female Athlete of the Year ... 2009 MHS softball Most Valuable Player ... also played two years of basketball and ran four years of track & field in high school.

Born Jan. 31, 1992 ... majoring in interdisciplinary social science ... daughter of Chad and Janette Senas ... has three sisters and one brother ... wants to be an FBI agent or chief of police ... plays the ukulele ... cotton candy is her favorite ice cream flavor ... played basketball, ran track and played softball in high school ... wears number 8 because she is the eighth Senas in her family ... prays before every game ... names her hamster "PeeWee" as something she cannot live without.

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