McKenzie St. Clair Athlete Profile

Arianna PaulsonMcKenzie St. ClairAlexa Strid

#13 McKenzie St. Clair

Positions: Second Base, Outfielder Height: 5-5 Class: Sophomore Roster Years: 2013-2015 Hometown: Peoria, AZ Last School: Sunrise Mountain High School

Personal

  • Daughter of Scott and Darla
  • Born in Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Has two brothers and one sister
  • Loves rock climbing, reading and riding roller coasters
  • Major is psychology 
  • Sports hero is Jackie Robinson
  • Was also recruited by Oregon State, Arizona State, Nevada and Northwestern

Before BYU

  • Prepped at Lone Peak High School her freshman to junior seasons and then attended Sunrise Mountain High School her senior year
  • Graduated with honors for being in the top 10 percent of her class
  • Four-year honor roll student
  • Earned Academic All-Region honors her freshman, sophomore and senior seasons
  • Named Lone Peak offensive MVP her freshman year
  • First-team All-Region as a freshman
  • Was Region IV, 1st place as a sophomore
  • Was All-Region her senior year
  • First-team All-State and first-team All-Arizona as a senior
  • Took second in the Arizona State High School Tournament for 4A
  • Played club for the Arizona Storm, Salt Lake Flames, Arizona Hotshots, SoCal Firecrackers, Arizona Storm Beach and East Valley Pride
  • Also lettered in basketball her senior year


2013 | Medical Redshirt Year

  • PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll

2014 | Freshman Year

  • All-WCC First Team
  • Second on the team and fifth in the WCC with a .350 batting average
  • Led the team and was third in the conference with .452 on-base percentage
  • Second on the team and in the WCC in runs (37), hits (55) and RBI (34)
  • Named as the first-ever WCC Softball Player of the Week
  • Third on the team with five home runs 
  • Played second base this season for the first time in her softball career.
  • Went a perfect 3-for-3 against East Carolina with three runs and three RBI.
  • Singled to tie the game at 10 against Idaho State and finished 3-for-4 with four RBI and a run in a come from behind victory
  • Hit a two-out double in the top of the sixth and became the winning run against Pacific. Also had a two-out RBI single in the top of the seventh.
  • Finished 2-for-3 including the game winning two-RBI single to complete the sweep against conference-foe Saint Mary's
  • Started 54 games of 56 played.