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14   Robyn Larson
Robyn Larson


Bothell, WA

Last College:
Florida Community College


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§ One of the players that helps a team win championships although gets little credit.
§ The defensive specialist appeared in 47 of Florida State’s 57 games this season replacing Lesley Palmer at third.
§ Considered one of FSU’s top fielder’s and made five starts at third in 2003.
§ Also a valuable pinch runner as she has scored 15 times this season despite only 41 at bats.
§ All three of her hits were singles and she also had an RBI.
§ Had nine walks, a steal and three sacs.

§ Played in every ACC game this season.
§ Had only five at bats but scored three runs and drew three walks.
§ Tied for the fifth best on base percentage.

Scored five runs in Florida State’s first five games of the season…recorded the first RBI of her FSU career against Middle Tennessee…had back-to-back hits and scored back-to-back runs versus Iowa State and then nationally ranked Pacific…scored runs in key road wins versus North Carolina and No. 25 Florida…recorded her third base knock of the year against Jacksonville…played in all three of Florida State’s ACC Tournament games including the championship game against Virginia…one of eight Seminoles to score multiple runs during the tournament…a defensive substitution in all three games and a pinch runner/defensive substitution in the Seminoles’ championship game victory over Virginia. Was perfect in the field (two putouts, 1 assist and zero errors on defense) and scored a run in her only appearance as a pinch runner…unassisted putout at third base on an infield grounder ended a Virginia threat with two Cavalier runners on base in the fourth inning of Florida State’s victory in game one Unassisted putout at third base on an infield grounder ended a Virginia threat with two Cavalier runners on base in the fourth inning of Florida State’s victory in game one…a defensive substitution in game two of the tournament against Georgia Tech and credited with one putout and one assist from her third base position. Her unassisted putout came as Georgia Tech loaded the bases with one out…a pinch runner/defensive replacement against Virginia in the championship game. Appeared as a pinch runner for Lesley Palmer in the fourth inning and scored Florida State’s second run of the inning and fifth of the game.

2002: Appeared in 21 games and made seven starts in her first season as a Seminole…in limited opportunities she recorded two doubles and scored four runs…was a key contributor in conference games hitting .333 and slugging .667 versus ACC foes…made her first career start against Maine…went 2-for-3 at the plate with a sacrifice and a run scored…collected two putouts and one assist in the game versus the Black Bears…as a pinch hitter against Florida A&M, Larson hit her first double of the season and scored a run in the 18-3 defeat of Florida A&M…got the start in game one against ACC rival North Carolina…she hit .333 (1-for-3) with a double down the line in right…for the season, Larson committed only one error in 30 chances… played a big part in FSU’s success at NCAA Regionals when Becky Brock was sidelined with an injury…the transfer started three games and appeared in all four at third base…vs. Georgia Tech she was a defensive replacement for Becky Brock at third base in the fifth inning…garnered her first NCAA postseason start vs. UTC…recorded two putouts and one assist in her first start of the season at third…was errorless in three chances…recorded her second consecutive start at third on Championship Sunday vs. Georgia Tech and chipped in with two putouts and two assists…recorded her third start of the day as the Seminoles clinched the championship of the NCAA Tallahassee Regional with another victory versus the Yellow Jackets…two official at bats with one run scored…had one putout and three assists in an errorless performance in the field.

Junior College: Transfer from Florida Community College in Jacksonville…awarded the Coach’s Award for Softball and received All-Conference honors…garnered academic All-American honors at FCC… named to the All-Tournament team for the Regional Softball Tournament…received All-Conference honorable mention.

High School: Letterwinner in three sports: softball, soccer and basketball…captain of the varsity softball team as a senior…winner of the Walsh-Platt Scholarship in 1999…selected to All-Area 1st team at shortstop her senior year…received the Scholar Athlete of the Year scholarship her junior and senior years…garnered All-Area honorable mention honors at shortstop as a junior…was a member of the NFCA National Softball Championship team in the summer of 1999.

Personal: Major is family and child sciences…member of the Dean’s List in the fall of 2002…named to the 2002 ACC Academic Honor Roll…maintained a 4.0 GPA during her fall semester at Florida Community College…born December 27, 1980.

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