Gordy Bravo Athlete Profile

#2 Gordy Bravo

Position: Outfielder Height: 5-2 Class: Senior Roster Years: 2013-2016 Hometown: Corona, CA Last School: Eleanor Roosevelt High School

Personal

  • Daughter of Robert and Michelle
  • Born in Corona, California
  • Real name is Marissa, but goes by "Gordy"
  • Has two siblings
  • Enjoys scrapbooking
  • Her sports hero is Jackie Robinson
  • Also recruited by UCLA, North Carolina and Virginia

Before BYU

  • Prepped at Roosevelt High School in Corona, California
  • First team all-league, all-area honorable mention her freshman year
  • First team all-league, all-area second team her sophomore year
  • First team all-league, all-area first team her junior and senior year
  • CIF first team Division I her senior year
  • First team ESPN All-state her senior year
  • Four-year honor roll student
  • Played club for the Worth Firecrackers and coach Tony Rico
  • 10u Corona Angels ASA National Champions
  • 12u Batbusters 9th place
  • 14u Lakewood Firecrackers ASA National Champions
  • 18u gold Firecrackers 2010 Colorado fireworks champions
  • 18u gold Firecrackers 2011 Colorado fireworks champions and Premier 2nd place


2013 | Freshman Year

  • Easton First-Team All-American
  • PCSC Freshman of the Year
  • PCSC First Team All-Conference
  • PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll
  • Named Offensive Player of the Year by the coaches
  • College Sports Madness PCSC Field Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year
  • College Sports Madness All-Conference First Team
  • Led the conference in batting average (.385) and was second in runs scored (35), hits (65) and RBI (42)
  • Hit a perfect 3 for 3 and 4 for 4 in two of the first five games of the season (vs. Seattle, Idaho St.)
  • Had two hits against No. 11 LSU, including a double to bring in two runs and the tying RBI in the bottom of the sixth
  • Had the game-winning RBI against Maine in the second game of the doubleheader
  • Had a career-high three RBI against Marist in her first game at Gail Miller Field
  • Set a career-high with two doubles against Houston
  • Hit the first home run of her career against Utah Valley
  • Went 2 for 3 against LMU (gm. 4) with an in-the-park home run to score two runs and bring in three RBI in the game
  • Went 7 for 14 in series-sweep against Santa Clara; had three RBI and three runs scored 
  • Hit 3 for 4 against Utah with one RBI
  • Went 2 for 4 in the Regional opener against No. 3 Oregon
  • Started in 56 games of 56 played and was second on the team in RBI with 43

2014 | Sophomore Year

  • College Sports Madness All-WCC Second Team
  • Returned from a hamstring injury in the Stanford Louisville Slugger Classic and hit .312.
  • Went 3-for-4 to lead a comeback win over Hawai’i
  • Hit her third career home run against Pacific to give BYU a 2-0 lead.
  • Went 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI against Saint Mary's in the title clinching victory.
  • Went 2-for-4 with a run and driving in the first run in the win against Northwestern in the Washington Regional.
  • Played and started in 43 games for the WCC champions.

2015 | Junior Year

  • WCC Player of the Year
  • All-WCC First Team
  • Earned NFCA All-Pacific Region Third Team
  • Hit .444 with four home runs, two triples, nine doubles, 76 hits and 30 RBI, notching the second best single-season average in school history
  • Batting average was ranked as high as 11th in the nation
  • Led the WCC in hits (24), runs (20) and on-base percentage (.569) and was second in batting (.490) and total bases (33)
  • Named WCC Field Player of the Year and All-WCC First Team by College Sports Madness
  • Named WCC Player of the Week two times (2/23, 5/4)
  • Led team in batting, runs (51), total bases (101), at-bats (171), hits and OBP (.510)
  • Recorded hitting streak of 13 games
  • Hit 8-for-14 in the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge
  • Tallied three hits in three different games while going 11-for-19 in the Mary Nutter Classic
  • Reached base in the first 24 games this season for a 25-game on-base streak dating back to 2014 before recording a separate streak of 26 games later in the season
  • Named to the College Sports Madness 2015 West Coast Preseason All-Conference Second Team
  • Played with the Mexico National Team over the summer in 2014
  • Started 54 of 54 games played