Sydney Broderick Athlete Profile

Gordy BravoSydney BroderickMcKenna Bull

#34 Sydney Broderick

Positions: Outfielder, Catcher Height: 5-4 Class: Sophomore Roster Years: 2014-2015 Hometown: Ashburn, VA Last School: Stone Bridge High School

Personal

  • Parents Phil and Joni
  • Has two sisters and one brother

Before BYU

  • Led her team to the 2013 Virginia AAA state championship game
  • Named three times to the first team all-district and all-region teams
  • Two time Virgina High School Coaches Association Softball AAA 1st team
  • Three time Washington Post first team all-met
  • As a junior, named to the Max Preps first team All-America
  • As a senior, one of her most memorable moments was hitting a walk-off three-run home run.
  • Batted .505 with 30 RBIs, 22 stolen bases
  • In 2012, hit .571 with 53 RBIs and earned first team all-district, first team all-region and first team all-state accolades
  • Also a varsity basketball player at Stone Bridge.
  • Played travel ball for the NJ Intensity


2014 | Freshman Year

  • All-WCC First Team
  • Co-WCC Freshman of the Year
  • College Sports Madness WCC Field Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year
  • NFCA All-Pacific Region Third Team
  • No. 79 toughest to strikeout in NCAA.
  • Top 10 in the WCC in every offensive category including: batting average (3rd), slugging percentage (5th), on-base percentage (4th), runs scored (3rd), hits (1st), RBI (3rd), triples (2nd) and home runs (4th)’
  • Went a perfect 3-for-3 four times this season against Portland State, Idaho State, Weber State and Saint Mary's
  • Had the game-winning sacrifice fly in the bottom of the eighth inning against Portland State in the Stanford Louisville Slugger Classic
  • Was a double away from hitting for the cycle against Idaho State going 3-for-3 with 3 RBIs to help lead BYU back from a 10-0 defecit.
  • Caught the potential tying run stealing against Idaho State.
  • Won WCC Player of the Week for Week 8 and 9.
  • Had a walk-off bunt single agaisnt Utah State.
  • Hit the go-ahead three-run home run against San Diego to give BYU the series victory.
  • Had a 16-game hitting streak and a 25-game reached base streak going into the last week of the season, both team highs
  • Went 2-for-3 with a run and two doubles in the season's final game against Northwestern in the Washington Regional.
  • 19 multiple-hit games, 8 multiple-RBI games as BYU’s lead-off hitter
  • Batted a team-high .432 with runners in scoring position and was 10-for-11 with a runner on third and two outs.
  • Started all 57 of BYU's games