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3leftturns

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LOL!!!
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At 83, Kati is tied for 6th all-time DI career home runs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NCAA_Division_I_softball_career_50_home_runs_list

There are currently 153 batters and 34 records in the 50 Home Runs Club:

Home RunsBatterSchool(s)Years
95[1]Lauren ChamberlainOklahoma Sooners2012-2015
90[2]Stacey NuvemanUCLA Bruins1997-2002
87[3]Stacie ChambersArizona Wildcats2008-2011
85[4]Leah BraatzArizona Wildcats1994-1998
85[4]Laura EspinozaArizona Wildcats1992-1995
84[5]Shelby PendleyArizona Wildcats & Oklahoma Sooners2012-2015
83[6]Danyele GomezULL Ragin’ Cajuns2003-2006
82[7]Sierra RomeroMichigan Wolverines2013-2016

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Katiyana Mauga is #4 on the all time DI career HR list, and one HR shy of tying for the #3 slot.

Kati hit 3 dingers in yesterday's DH vs NMSU in Las Cruces. That's 19 on the season and 86 in her career. 

Yesterday, one HR in Game 1 in the T6 off of Kayla Green in the circle, and two in Game 2 in the T4 and T7 off of Samaria Diaz.

Kati is one HR short of tying Stacie Chambers for the Arizona record. And 1 short of 20 on the season. No one has ever hit 20+ per year in all four years of eligibility.

Cats play the Ducks this weekend, and the Sun Devils the following weekend.

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Keep it up Kati,,,,  I'm rooting for you.
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number 20 for the season and 87 for her career...
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number 20 for the season and 87 for her career...


off of Megan Kleist to tie Stacie Chambers.

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http://www.arizonawildcats.com/news/2017/4/22/softball-recap-042217.aspx

Another dinger today off Miranda Elish. 3 for 4 today with 3 RBI.

HRs: 21 season, 88 career. Arizona career record. 3rd on NCAA all-time career HR list.

NCAA DI  record for the first player to hit 20 or more HRs in all 4 years of eligibility.

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Seems like a very humble kid. I hope she takes a day off tomorrow, then goes and gets that record
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Great hitter and fantastic accomplishment today.  Congrats.
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more from today's website from link previously posted: 



Leading off the bottom of the fourth, Mauga drilled her 88th career home run, an opposite-field shot that meant much more than the 7-5 lead it gave the Wildcats at the time. Mauga passed Stacie Chambers for first place in Arizona history in career homers and moved alone into third place in NCAA history. Mauga is now two back of the Pac-12 record and seven shy of the NCAA mark. No. 88 was No. 21 on the year for Mauga, who is second in the country this year.


The homer was one of three hits on the day for the senior, who is now 22-for-her-last-43 (.512) with 11 home runs over Arizona's last 14 games.The three hits marked a season-high for Mauga, who picked up her eighth career three-hit outing.

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more from today's website from link previously posted: 



Leading off the bottom of the fourth, Mauga drilled her 88th career home run, an opposite-field shot that meant much more than the 7-5 lead it gave the Wildcats at the time. Mauga passed Stacie Chambers for first place in Arizona history in career homers and moved alone into third place in NCAA history. Mauga is now two back of the Pac-12 record and seven shy of the NCAA mark. No. 88 was No. 21 on the year for Mauga, who is second in the country this year.


The homer was one of three hits on the day for the senior, who is now 22-for-her-last-43 (.512) with 11 home runs over Arizona's last 14 games.The three hits marked a season-high for Mauga, who picked up her eighth career three-hit outing.


Very Happy for Miss Mauga;  but she did not drill that home run.  It would have been a routine outfield pop up in a lot of venues.  Now the one she hit yesterday, she drilled.  I wonder how many of her home runs have been the high fly which just made it out of the stadium variety.  I also wonder how many dingers Stacey Nuveman or Kristen Rivera would have hit if they played as many home games in that stadium as Kati.  For that matter, I think there are more reasons than Coach Candrea's  ability to recruit home run hitters for the fact that 4 of the six top home run hitters in NCAA softball history played at Hillenbrand.



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Very Happy for Miss Mauga;  but she did not drill that home run.  It would have been a routine outfield pop up in a lot of venues.  Now the one she hit yesterday, she drilled.  I wonder how many of her home runs have been the high fly which just made it out of the stadium variety.  I also wonder how many dingers Stacey Nuveman or Kristen Rivera would have hit if they played as many home games in that stadium as Kati.  For that matter, I think there are more reasons than Coach Candrea's  ability to recruit home run hitters for the fact that 4 of the six top home run hitters in NCAA softball history played at Hillenbrand.





pretty hard-hit fly ball. sorry to piss on your oatmeal. Candrea knows good hitters when he sees them, and continues coaching them after they are at Arizona.

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Better yet ... we will get NCAA to put asterisks next the names of the Arizona players will and denote their home field was Hillenbrand.
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Very Happy for Miss Mauga;  but she did not drill that home run.  It would have been a routine outfield pop up in a lot of venues.  Now the one she hit yesterday, she drilled.  I wonder how many of her home runs have been the high fly which just made it out of the stadium variety.  I also wonder how many dingers Stacey Nuveman or Kristen Rivera would have hit if they played as many home games in that stadium as Kati.  For that matter, I think there are more reasons than Coach Candrea's  ability to recruit home run hitters for the fact that 4 of the six top home run hitters in NCAA softball history played at Hillenbrand.




Bahahahahahahahahha stop it you old dawg![rolleyes][comp]
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Yeah.

So how many ASU Sun Devils are on that all time list. Phoenix is hotter and drier than Tucson.

So, yeah.

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Better yet ... we will get NCAA to put asterisks next the names of the Arizona players will and denote their home field was Hillenbrand.

Ok,  I will stipulate to Candrea's eye for hitters it you both will stipulate that Hillenbrand is a very home run friendly venue which contributes to the Home run totals sort of like Coors field and the Diamondbacks home field ( Chase Field I think). 

For example:  The ball which Danica Mercado hit for a two run dinger today,  might not have made it out of her home field in Eugene.

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Better yet ... we will get NCAA to put asterisks next the names of the Arizona players will and denote their home field was Hillenbrand.

Ok,  I will stipulate to Candrea's eye for hitters it you both will stipulate that Hillenbrand is a very home run friendly venue which contributes to the Home run totals sort of like Coors field and the Diamondbacks home field ( Chase Field I think). 

For example:  The ball which Danica Mercado hit for a two run dinger today,  might not have made it out of her home field in Eugene.




Yet the top 2 were in Oklahoma which is muggy and hot and Ucla which is muggy and hot so there is that little problemo.
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ESPN W Player of the Week: http://www.espn.com/espnw/sports/article/19246402/2017-ncaa-softball-arizona-wildcats-slugger-katiyana-mauga-named-espnw-player-week
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She just torched the Ducks in those two massive wins
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Check this out, "Candrea on Mauga" from Amanda Scarbrough's Facebook page: 

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22nd on the season tonight vs ASU off of Giselle Juarez. 89 career, 1 more to tie Stacie Nuveman for 2nd place.
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My gosh.... she actually could match or break Chamberlain's mark... what a Pac season by Mauga
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My gosh.... she actually could match or break Chamberlain's mark... what a Pac season by Mauga
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Yeah, possible

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She should get the all time record if Arizona gets a super regional in Tucson and goes to the CWS.  She probably will bypass Neuveman at UCLA next weekend.
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The fact that she will have the all-time HR record for a program like Arizona is huge. I was younger so I don't remember the level of fanfare when Stacie Chambers set the Wildcats record (though I've never been to AZ lol and I realize softball is low impact/community based, I'm sure it was huge but I wasn't there.) But Mauga is awesome and I really loved that ESPN broadcasted that clip of Candrea and Scarborough. Softball deserves it. Chamberlain got the big lights and Mauga's like yeah.. same, what's up

What a crazy season!!!! <3

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The fact that she will have the all-time HR record for a program like Arizona is huge. I was younger so I don't remember the level of fanfare when Stacie Chambers set the Wildcats record (though I've never been to AZ lol and I realize softball is low impact/community based, I'm sure it was huge but I wasn't there.) But Mauga is awesome and I really loved that ESPN broadcasted that clip of Candrea and Scarborough. Softball deserves it. Chamberlain got the big lights and Mauga's like yeah.. same, what's up What a crazy season!!!! <3



What clip is that?  I missed it.
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What clip is that?  I missed it.


see post #110 above

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see post #110 above


Oh man I didn't even look at that because I thought it was another one of her homerun clips!   Thanks!
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23 on the season v. NMSU, that's 90 career. Now tied with Nuveman for #2 all time 
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5/20/2017 Mauga homer vs. South Carolina off of Nickie Blue in B3. 

24 season, 91 career. 

Pac 12 all time leader.

NCAA #2 all time.

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