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9   Elisa Velasco
Elisa Velasco


Hesperia, CA

High School:
A.B. Miller HS


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Will back-up Kimmy Carter at catcher and will see a lot of action when Carter moves to the outfield…one of the team’s top freshmen at the plate, Velasco will be looked to replace the power FSU lost with the graduation of Robyn Gauger and Jennifer White-Stokes.

2001: Appeared in 32 games and had the second most starts (25) of any freshman on the 2001 squad (24)…started 17 games at catcher, five games at DP, two games in right and one game in left…owns FSU’s second longest hitting streak of the season (8)…had two multi-hit and two multiple RBI games last season…had two doubles and eight RBI’s in 2001…hit .254, scored five runs, had 17 total bases, a .288 slugging percentage, a .323 on base percentage and a fielding percentage of .982…set a season high for hits with two against Iowa State (Mar. 15) and Georgia State (Apr. 1)…also set a season high for total bases against Georgia State (3)…record 13 putouts against Florida A&M (Mar. 6)…batting average peaked at .300 Apr. 21 after a 1-for-2 day against East Carolina.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four year varsity letter winner at A.B. Miller High School…offensive player of the year junior and senior seasons…first team all-league junior and senior seasons…MVP senior season…first team all-county senior season…named scholar athlete four years…won eight academic gold medals…recipient of US Army Scholar Athlete award.

PERSONAL: Major is communications…was born April 27, 1982.

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