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Andrea Ramirez Athlete Profile

#31 Andrea Ramirez

Andrea Ramirez
Position: First Base Height: 5-9 Roster Years: 2006-2010 Hometown: Simi Valley, CA



National Honors

  • 2010 NCFA/Louisville Slugger Pacific All-Region First Team 
  • 2009 National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Region


Conference Honors

  • 2010 Mountain West All-Conference First Team
  • 2006 All-MWC

Career Summary

First baseman Andrea Ramirez was a strong contributor during her time at BYU. She capped off her career with a great senior year. In 2010, she helped push her team to BYU's first trip to the NCAA super regionals. Not only was she in the top 10 of multiple categories in the Mountain West Conference, she was also a top player in the NCAA, ranking in the top 20 in a few categories. She was an all-region player in 2009 and 2010, along with multiple all-MWC honors. Check out the season summaries tabs for more information.

Personal

  • Parents are Dan and Linda
  • Has two brothers and one sister
  • Also lettered in volleyball
  • Two-time high school scholar athlete
  • Served as a member of the Cougar Council representing all BYU student-athletes

Before BYU

  • Two-time L.A. Times All-Regional team at Royal High School
  • Two-time Ventura County Star All-County team
  • Two-time L.A. Daily News All-Area team
  • Two-time team MVP
  • L.A. Times Player of the Year as a senior
  • Ventura County Star Player of the year as a senior
  • L.A. Daily News Player of the year as a senior
  • All CIF-SS Team
  • CIF-SS MVP

Stats

YEAR  AVG  AB  R   H  2B  3B   HR  RBI  TB   SLG%  BB   OB%
2006  .367 169 38  62 15   1    7   36 100   .592  24   .446
2007  .300 150 17  45 10   1    3   33  66   .440  15   .365
2009  .416 166 39  69 16   1    6   47 105   .633  23   .489
2010  .364 187 42  68 10   0   19   66 135   .722  23   .429


2006 | Freshman Year

  • Second on the team in batting with a .367 average
  • Only BYU player named to the Mountain West Conference All-Conference and All-Tournament teams
  • Tied for fourth in RBI with 37 while hitting in the lead-off roll for much of the season
  • Played in 56 games, starting 53
  • Tied a school record in doubles (15) with teammate Ianeta Le`i
  • Was third on the team with seven home runs
  • Stole four bases
  • Earned Mountain West Conference Player of the Week honors

2007 | Sophomore Year

  • Saw reduced action due to injuries
  • Had two four-RBI games (March 31 against Idaho State and April 21 at New Mexico)
  • Recorded 45 hits, including 10 doubles and 33 RBI

2009 | Junior Year

  • Spent the 2008 season with a medical red shirt, following a knee injury during the fall season
  • Currently riding an 11-game hitting streak
  • Had three hits against Southern Utah on Feb. 5th, on Feb 14th against Southern Miss and again on March 6th against Northern Illinois
  • Is third on the team with 23 walks
  • Had 15 multiple RBI games, and 23 multiple hit games
  • Set a season-best RBI with four against Indiana with two homers
  • Named MWC player of the Week March 23-28
  • Selected to the region team by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association

2010 | Senior Year

  • Started in all 59 games
  • NCFA/Louisville Slugger Pacific All-Region First Team
  • Mountain West All-Conference First Team
  • Named Most Inspirational on the team by her teammates
  • Was 10th in the nation in RBI per game (1.12), 15th in the nation in home runs (19) and 22nd in the nation in home runs per game (0.32)
  • Led the MWC in putouts with 410
  • Finished second in the MWC in home runs (19), RBI (66), total bases (135) and slugging percentage (.722) and third in the conference in hits (68)
  • Tied for fourth in the MWC season record books in RBI and seventh in home runs
  • In the MWC career record books, finished second in doubles (51), third in RBI (182), fourth in hits (244) and fifth in total bases (406)
  • In the BYU season record books, finished fourth in RBI and sixth in home runs
  • In the BYU career record books, finishes first with 51 doubles, second in at bats, second in hits, third in RBI, third in total bases, fifth in runs, seventh in walks and eighth in home runs 
  • Hit a home run and a double against Utah, going 3-for-5 with 3 RBI and 2 runs
  • Went 2-for-3 with a home run, a double, 2 runs and an RBI against Utah Valley (5/12)
  • Brought in the Cougars' only two runs in a 2-1 win over SDSU (5/7), hitting a 2-run home run in the sixth inning
  • Hit a 2-run homer against New Mexico (4/30), finishing 2-for-4 with 3 RBI and 1 run
  • Went 3-for-4 with a double at Colorado State (4/16)
  • Hit a 3-run home run and had 2 walks against Utah (4/10)
  • Hit 2 home runs, going 3-for-3 with 5 RBI and 3 runs versus SUU (4/7)
  • Hit 2 home runs against Monmouth (3/5), going 2-for-2 with 5 RBI, 3 runs and 2 walks
  • Against Cal State Fullerton (2/22), had 4 hits including 2 doubles and a home run, racking up 5 RBI and 2 runs
  • Hit a home run with 3 RBI and 1 run against No. 9 Georgia Tech (2/19)
  • Went 3-for-5 with a home run, 2 runs and 1 RBI against San Jose State (2/11)