Krystle Chamberlain Athlete Profile

#1 Krystle Chamberlain

Krystle Chamberlain
Position: Outfielder Height: 5-4 Roster Years: 2004-2006 Hometown: Camarillo

Personal

  • Daughter of Debby and Curtis
  • Four-year letter winner at Calabasas (Fr./So) and Camarillo High School (Jr./Sr.)
  • Four-time Scholar Athlete (1999-2003)

Before BYU

  • Led the state with 48 stolen bases
  • Holds career stolen base record (153)
  • Four-time first-team all-league
  • Four-time first-team Daily News and L.A. Times
  • First-team CIFSS (2000, 2002)
  • Second-team CIFSS (2001, 2003)
  • 2003 Athlete of the Year
  • Most Valuable Offensive Player (2002, 2003)
  • Four-time first-team Ventura County
  • CIFSS Champs (1999-2000)
  • First-team 18-U ASA State.

Summary

Speedy outfielder with excellent bat control who presents a stolen-base and scoring threat each time she gets on base.



2004 | Freshman Year

  • Appeared in 46 games while starting in 39
  • Posted a .282 batting average with two doubles and two triples
  • Tallied 37 hits and scored 27 runs
  • Led the team with a team-high 11 stolen bases
  • Ranked third in the MWC in stolen bases
  • Recorded a hit in her first college game against Hawai`i
  • Defensively notched a 1.000 fielding percentage
  • Against Drake recorded a 4-for-4 hitting performance with three runs scored

2005 | Sophomore Year

  • Improved batting average and on-base percentage to become a scoring threat at the top of the batting order
  • Was second on the team in stolen bases
  • Demonstrated consistent fielding, committing only one error while posting a .968 fielding percentage
  • Stole three bases and scored three runs in 7-6 victory over New Mexico

2006 | Junior Year

  • Continued steady improvement as batting average and on-base percentage rose in junior season
  • Led the team in runs (45) and stolen bases (11)
  • Successful on 11 of 12 stolen base attempts
  • Second on the team with 27 walks
  • Posted a career-best .438 on-base percentage
  • Picked up first career triple
  • Drove in a career-best eight runs