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Debbie Dodds Athlete Profile

#20 Debbie Dodds

Debbie Dodds
Position: Outfielder Height: 5-5 Roster Years: 2002-2005 Hometown: Twin Falls, ID



National Honors

  • 2004 second-team NFCA West All-Region honors


Conference Honors

  • 2004 All-MWC
  • 2003 Cougar Club Scholar Athlete Award

Personal

  • Parents are J. Terry and Cathy
  • Has six brothers and five sisters

Before BYU

  • National Honors Society
  • Second Team All-Region 1998
  • First Team All-Region 1999, 2000
  • Region MVP 2001
  • All-State Catcher 2001
  • Second Team All-American

Stats

YEAR   AVG   AB   R   H  2B  3B   HR  RBI    TB   SLG%   BB   OB%
2002  .143   35  12   5   1   1    0   5      8  .229    3    .225
2003  .260   50  18  13   2   0    1   9     18  .360    9    .393
2004  .327  113  18  37   8   1    8  30     71  .628   16    .409
2005  .282  149  27  42   7   0   7   33     70  .470   16    .359


2002 | Freshman Year

  • Appeared in 25 games while starting 12
  • Tallied seven RBI in 35 plate appearances
  • Notched a 1.000 fielding percentage with 34 assists

2003 | Sophomore Year

  • Appeared in 42 games while starting 17
  • Tallied 18 runs and 13 hits
  • Averaged .260 at the plate along with a .393 on base percentage
  • Hit her first career home run on opening day against Southern Utah on Jan. 31
  • Notched a 1.000 fielding percentage for the second straight season
  • Cougar Club Scholar Athlete Award

2004 | Junior Year

  • Appeared in 48 games while starting in 41
  • Posted a .327 batting average with eight doubles, one triple and eight home runs
  • Tallied 37 hits, scored 18 runs and knocked in 30 RBI
  • Notched a .628 slugging percentage
  • Defensively recorded a .950 fielding percentage
  • Set a new BYU single-game record with three stolen bases in a game against New Mexico on April 30
  • Earned her first All-MWC and second-team NFCA West All-Region honors
  • Voted team Academic Player of the Year

2005 | Senior Year

  • Appeared and started in 57 games
  • Hit a .282 batting average and a .470 slugging percentage
  • Tallied seven home runs and seven doubles
  • Totaled 125 put outs and 104 assists