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Angie Christiansen Athlete Profile

#19 Angie Christiansen

Angie Christiansen
Position: Catcher Height: 5-3 Roster Years: 2000-2001 Hometown: Layton, UT



Conference Honors

  • 2001 Academic All-MWC
  • 2000 Academic All-MWC

Summary

A two-year starter at the catcher position. One of the instrumental senior leaders on the 2001 Mountain West Conference championship team.

Personal

  • Mother is Joyce
  • Has two sisters and one brother
  • Majoring in health education.

Before BYU

  • Three-time MVP at Woods Cross High School
  • Also named to All-Region team three times
  • Three-time All-State honoree
  • Selected as prep of the week by Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune
  • Batted .536 as a senior with a .970 fielding percentage
  • Helped club team to state championship in 1997

At UVSC: (1998-99): 

  • UVSC team finished second in the SWAC
  • Was named team's Best Defensive Player of 1998. Utah Valley State College team finished first in the SWAC
  • Was awarded team's Respect for the Game Award
  • Season batting average was one of league's ten highest
  • Led team to a third-place national ranking and ninth-place defensive ranking

Stats

YEAR   AVG   AB   R   H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  TB  SLG%  BB   OB%  FLD%
2000  .175   63   3  11   1   0   1    9  15  .238   4  .235  .981
2001  .187  134  13  25   3   2   2   14  38  .284   4  .221  .986
TOTAl .183  197  16  36   4   2   3   23  53  .269   8


2000 | Junior Year

  • Academic All-Conference
  • Started in 29 games, batting .175 with 11 hits, including one double, one home run and nine RBI in 64 at-bats
  • Had a .981 fielding percentage, while only committing three errors behind the plate

2001 | Senior Year

  • Academic All-Conference
  • Cougar Club Scholar Athlete
  • Team captain
  • Hit .187 with 25 hits, including three doubles, two triples, two home runs and 14 RBI while scoring 13 runs
  • Had a .986 fielding percentage while playing in 60 games as the Cougar catcher