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Brooke Boyce Humbert Athlete Profile

#9 Brooke Boyce Humbert

Brooke Boyce Humbert
Position: Pitcher Height: 5-9 Roster Years: 2003-2006 Hometown: Rocklin, CA



Conference Honors

  • 2005 BYU Scholar Athlete
  • 2004 All-MWC
  • 2003 Academic All-MWC

Personal

  • Parents are Kevin and Julie
  • Played at Del Campo High School
  • Married to Mark Humbert.

Before BYU

  • 2002 Pitcher of the Year
  • 2002 League Co-MVP
  • 2002 Sacramento Bee First Team All City
  • 2002 Optomist All-Star
  • CIF Woman Athlete of the Year
  • Four-time All-League selection
  • Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award
  • Four-time Principal's Honor Roll
  • ASA Team finished fourth at Nationals in 2001, 2002
  • Team Captain in Basketball


2003 | Freshman Year

  • Voted Team Defensive Player of the Year
  • Led the Cougars in wins (12), ERA (2.31), appearances (35), innings pitched (106.0), saves (2), and strikeouts (62)
  • Named Mountain West Conference Pitcher of the Week on April 8
  • Academic All-Conference
  • Cougar Club Scholar Athlete Award

2004 | Sophomore Year

  • Appeared in 31 games while starting in 22
  • Led the team with a low 1.73 ERA
  • Posted 13 wins and 61 strikeouts in 137.2 innings on the mound
  • Recorded two saves and six shutout performances
  • Earned her first All-MWC citation
  • After taking a line drive to the face, she made a remarkable recovery returning to the pitching rotation after only three games

2005 | Junior Year

  • Had a stellar junior season going 8-4 while posting a 3.57 ERA
  • Recorded the third no-hitter in BYU history pacing the Cougars to a 3-0 victory over Kansas
  • Ranks second all-time in wins (33) and innings pitched (314.1) among BYU pitchers

2006 | Senior Year

  • Appeared in 25 games, starting seven
  • Led BYU pitchers in winning percentage posting a .778 mark in nine decisions
  • Pitched a three-hit shutout against Middle Tennessee State
  • Combined with teammate Summer Tobias on two other shutouts
  • Led team in relief appearances with 18
  • Pitched complete games in four of the seven games she started
  • 2005 BYU Scholar Athlete