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Brooke Cadiente Athlete Profile

#3 Brooke Cadiente

Brooke Cadiente
Position: Outfielder Height: 5-6 Roster Years: 2000-2003 Hometown: Mesa, AZ



Conference Honors

  • 2003 All-Mountain West Conference Team
  • Voted to the 2003 MWC All-Tournament Team for the third consecutive season
  • MWC Player of the Week on March 18, 2003
  • 2002 MWC All-Tournament Team
  • MWC Player of the Week on March 6, 2002
  • Named 2001 West All-Region First Team selection
  • 2001 Mountain West Conference Tournament MVP
  • MWC Player of the Week May 8, 2001

Summary

The first four-year letter winner in the history of the BYU softball program...was a freshman on the 2000 inaugural team...finished career with 36 home runs which places her in the top 50 all-time.

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Personal

  • Parents are Ronald and Pamela
  • Has two brothers, Garron and Brett, and two sisters, Maren and Paige
  • Majoring in sociology.

Before BYU

  • Was a scholar-athlete at Mountain View High School in Mesa, Ariz
  • Three-year letter winner
  • Two-time All-Valley first-team choice
  • Led team in home runs, runs and RBI

Stats

YEAR    AVG   AB   R    H   2B  3B  HR  RBI  TB   SLG%  BB  OB%
2000   .189  132  16   25   2  0    4  18    39  .295   1  .206
2001   .320  181  38   58   7  2   13  53   108  .597  26  .404
2002   .304  158  27   48  11  0   10  43    89  .563  25  
2003   .342  155  39   53  10  3    9  42    96  .619  27  .440
TOTAL  .294  626  120  184 30  5   36  156  332  .530  79


2000 | Freshman Year

  • Started in 41 games for the Cougars, batting .189 with 25 hits in 132 at bats
  • Had a team-high four home runs
  • Second on the team with 18 RBI, while also scoring 16 runs

2001 | Sophomore Year

  • Named West All-Region First Team selection
  • Mountain West Conference Tournament MVP
  • MWC Player of the Week May 8
  • Played in all 61 games
  • Hit .320 with 58 hits, seven doubles and two triples
  • Ranked 29th in the country with 13 home runs and 24th in the nation with 53 RBI
  • Scored 38 runs in 181 at bats
  • Had a .597 slugging percentage

2002 | Junior Year

  • Started all 53 games for the Cougars
  • Voted to MWC All-Tournament Team with grand slam against SDSU
  • Team captain
  • Second on the team in batting average, RBI, and home runs
  • MWC Player of the Week on March 6

2003 | Senior Year

  • All-Mountain West Conference Team
  • Voted to the MWC All-Tournament Team for the third consecutive season
  • Team captain
  • Had a .342 batting average with 53 hits, nine home runs and 42 RBI
  • MWC Player of the Week on March 18 with 7-7 performance against Utah State in home opener
  • Started in all 53 games.