Paige Paramore Athlete Profile

#19 Paige Paramore

Paige Paramore
Position: Catcher Height: 5-9 Roster Years: 2004-2006 Hometown: Allen, TX



All-America

  • 2004 Easton Second Team

Personal

Parents are Glen and Trish Paramore...four-year letter winner at Allen High School...father Glen played baseball in college and in the minor leagues...brother Price plays baseball at the Air Force Academy...brother Preston plays baseball at Arizona State...sister Pierrette lives in Wisconsin.

Before BYU

First team All-District...5A MVP in region 9...Defensive Player of the Year 9-5A...three-time Allen High School MVP...World Cup (Canada)...ASA Gold 18-under and 16-under club team...Junior World Cup 16-under...four-time All-District 1999-02...All-Area Team 2000...Texas All-State Team 2002.

Played for Texas at San Antonio her freshman year in 2003.

Summary

A consistent hitter for BYU...versatile fielder who can either catch or play outfield.



2004 | Sophomore Year

Appeared in 51 games while starting in 50...led the team with a .355 batting average...scored 17 runs and knocked in 32 RBI...tallied a team-high 54 hits with 11 doubles and seven homeruns, recorded the first homerun of her BYU career against UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 19...defensively notched a .991 fielding percentage...led the MWC in runners picked off (4) at the catcher position...named to the All-MWC and the second-team NFCA West All-Region teams...voted team Co-Offensive Player of the Year...named second-team Easton All-America.

2005 | Junior Year

Named to the Mountain West Conference All-Tournament team and the NFCA West Region First Team...second on the team with a .348 batting average...led the Cougars with 178 at bats and 13 doubles...second on the team in RBI (50), hits (62) and runs (35)...belted eight homeruns and had a slugging percentage of .567.

2006 | Senior Year

Played in 63 games, starting 56...was second on the team with 171 at bats...second on the team in doubles (8)...committed only one error in 44 attempts for a .978 fielding percentage...batted .327 in Mountain West Conference play while hitting one homerun and driving in 10 runs.