Brooke Cadiente Athlete Profile

#3 Brooke Cadiente

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

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.

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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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.