No. 9/11 Florida State had two home runs in a 5-1 victory over North Carolina on March 31.
The junior shortstop now owns the marks for most career home runs (30) and most RBI in a single season (57).
Veronica Wootson returns for her second season as a graduate assistant with the Seminole softball team. The Fontana, California, native started 273 games in her Florida State career at second base and was a three-time All-American from 2004-2007, only the second softball student-athlete to do so.
Wootson currently ranks in the FSU all-time Top 10 in 10 categories and holds the current school record for 29 career home runs. In her senior season, she lead the Noles with a .349 batting average, 61 runs, 76 hits, four triples and 35 stolen bases.
In the summer of 2007, Wootson was picked up by the Akron Racers and was named the Most Valuable Player and earned the Offensive Player of the Year award in the league. That same year she also claimed a spot on the League All-Star Team.
Currently working on a master's in Health Education, Wootson became the first member of her family to graduate from college when she received her bachelor's degree in Community Health in 2007.
She is engaged to former Florida State football player Brian Ross and the couple will be wed on May 22, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.