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Paige Paramore Athlete Profile

#19 Paige Paramore

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



National Honors

  • 2005 NFCA West Region First Team
  • 2004 NFCA West All-Region Team


All-America

  • 2004 Easton Second Team


Conference Honors

  • 2005 MWC All-Tournament team
  • 2004 All-MWC

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


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