9 Brittany Osmon
Osmon's Career Stats
2007 ACC Academic Honor Roll Member
Started at first base in 45 of 48 games.
Hit a career-best .303 on the year with six home runs, which was two more than her career total coming into the season.
Fourth on the team with five multi-RBI games to go along with seven multi-hit contests.
Set a school record by hitting a home run in four straight games.
Needs four more home runs to crack the FSU top ten.
Drove in the winning run on three occasions, including a solo home run in the top of the seventh at North Carolina (4/28).
Drove in the winning run against Virginia Tech (3/24) and scored the game-winner at NC State (3/3).
Scored a pair of runs and hit a triple in the ACC Tournament opener against North Carolina.
Also had an RBI single versus Maryland.
Has started all 12 NCAA Tournament games during her career at first base.
Led the Seminoles with 18 putouts against Cal and Alabama.
Started 46 of 51 games, making all 46 starts at first base.
Exceeded all of her offensive numbers from 2005 despite 23 fewer at-bats.
Ranked second on the squad in fielding percentage (.982) and putouts (248).
Raised her batting average 58 points from her first season.
Third on the team with a career-high ten doubles.
Led the team with six RBIs during the ACC Tournament while hitting .308.
Third on the team with eight multi-RBI games to go along with eight multi-hit contests.
Had a personal-best eight-game hitting streak from April 22 (Virginia Tech) to May 12 (NC State).
Hit three home runs in the month of May, including the game winner at UCF (5/2).
Went 2-for-3 in the first game of league play with Georgia Tech (5/11), hit a three-run home run in the third game (5/13).
Set a new standard with three RBIs with a three-run home run at Virginia Tech (4/22).
Equaled a career-high with three hits against Georgia State (3/11) and Florida A&M (3/29).
Had two hits, scored one run and drove in another in game one versus No. 24 Florida.
Hit .333 (4-of-12) during the Athens Regional.
Had a pair of hits against Coastal Carolina and the first game versus Georgia at NCAA Regional.
Went 2-for-4, including a double, with two RBIs and a run scored against Coastal Carolina in game one of NCAA Regional.
One of only two players on the team to start all 63 games as the Seminoles' everyday first basemen.
Top five on the team in nine offensive categories including fifth with seven multi-hit games.
Led all FSU rookies with 161 at-bats, four triples, 21 walks and three sac flies.
Produced a five-game hitting streak.
Lead the team with 342 putouts.
Ranked fourth in the ACC with four triples.
Named to Sunshine State All-Tournament team following a .444 performance with a triple and four RBIs.
2005 NCAA TOURNAMENT HIGHLIGHTS:
Started all four games at first base.
Drove in runs with singles against Auburn (5/20) and Baylor (5/21).
First hit of her collegiate career was an RBI double in the season opener at Florida A&M (2/9).
Recorded extra-base hits in three of her first four games including her triple versus Nicholls State (2/11).
Collected two hits for the first time against South Carolina (2/18) during the Sunshine State Tournament.
Next game out was her first two-RBI game with a two-run triple versus Syracuse (2/18).
Second game of the NFCA Leadoff Classic against Michigan State (2/25) saw her post a career-high three hits.
Ripped a pair of singles in a rematch with the Orange (3/19) at the Kia Klassic.
Went 2-for-3 with a double, RBI and run scored in ACC action in the second game against Maryland (4/16).
Ended the regular season with her first home run of the year, belting a solo shot at Utah (5/7).
Highlighted the first game of the ACC Tournament versus Virginia Tech (5/12) with her first stolen base.
Four year letterwinner in softball at Mount Carmel.
2003 Avocado League Honorable Mention selection.
Made the varsity team as the starting catcher her freshman year and led the Sun Devils to the 2001 Palomar League Championship.
Mt. Carmel was the Avocado League Champions in 2003 and 2004.
Recipient of the 2003 Coca-Cola Golden Glove Award and set a school record in 2003 with a .994 fielding percentage.
Named Offensive MVP as a senior while leading the team in home runs and RBIs.
Nominated for the All-North County Team during the 2003 and 2004 campaigns.
Two-year member of the National Honor Society.
Two-time ASA-USA Junior Olympic National Champion both in the 12U and 14U divisions and finished 5th place once with San Diego Thunder.
Two-time qualifier at ASA 18U Gold Nationals with San Diego Renegades.
Born January 13, 1986.
Majoring in math education.
Daughter of John and Beth Osmon.
Dedicating the 2008 season to the memory of her mother Beth.
At Bats: 5 (Virginia Tech 5/12/05)
Hits: 3 (Three Times)
Runs: 2 (Four times)
RBIs: 3 (Three Times)
Doubles: 2 (Virginia 4/22/07)
Triples: 1 (Four Times)
Home Runs: 1 (Six Times)
Steals: 1 (Virginia Tech 5/12/05)
Total Bases: 7 (Jacksonville 4/17/07)
Walks: 3 (Connecticut 3/10/06)
Strikeouts: 4 (UCF 3/28/07)
Sac Hits: 1 (Eight Times)
Sac Flies: 1 (Six Times)
Putouts: 14 (UCF 3/28/07)
Assists: 3 (Three Times)
Errors: 2 (Twice)