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1 - Lauren Brummell
Lauren Brummell
Height: 5-5
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hanover, Va.
High School: Hanover
Position: 2B
B/T: L/R

2011 Notes: Will serve as team co-captain in 2011… Enters the season ranking among UMBC’s all-time leaders in doubles (8th, 35), triples (8th, 8), home runs (T-17th, 11) and extra-base hits (9th, 54).

 

2010: Batted .286  with 48 hits and a team-best 34 runs scored… Ranked second on the team with 20 RBI and was third in hits, doubles (8), home runs (6) and total bases (80)… Also led the Retrievers with three triples and seven stolen bases in 10 attempts… Posted a .476 slugging percentage and a .339 on-base average… Served as UMBC’s primary leadoff hitter and racked up a team-high 168 at-bats… Started all 48 games in which she played… Ranked third in the America East in triples and tied for fourth in at-bats… Recorded 11 multi-hit games, including three three-hit efforts… Named America East Player of the Week for the first week of the season after batting .455 (5-for-11) and slugging .818 with a double, a homer, two RBI and five runs scored in four games at the season-opening Campus Suites Spartan Classic (Feb. 19-21), where she also earned tournament MVP honors… Drove in both of UMBC’s runs in the 2-1 extra-inning victory over host USC Upstate in the championship game, leading off the game with a home run and knocking in the go-ahead run in the top of the eighth inning with a sacrifice fly… Selected to the UMBC Retriever Classic All-Tournament Team after batting .364 (4-for-11) with two triples, three RBI and four runs scored in four games (March 6-7)… Named America East Player of the Week for the second time on March 15 after batting .444 (8-for-18) and slugging 1.000 with a double, three homers, four RBI, six runs scored and two steals in four contests from March 9-11… Drove in the winning run with a 10th-inning home run in a 6-5 victory over Delaware (March 9)… Batted .457 (16-for-35) with eight RBI and 14 runs scored through the first 11 games of the season… Had two doubles, two triples and three home runs, slugging .886 during that stretch… Scored a run in nine straight games from March 7-19… Put together three five-game hit streaks and a six-gamer from April 2-10… Had two doubles in back-to-back games April 13-14… Batted .321 (9-for-28) with three RBI and four runs scored over the final seven games of the season, ending the year on a five-game hitting streak… Committed just two errors in 73 chances over the final 26 games of the season.

 

2009: Earned America East All-Conference Second-Team and ECAC All-Star honors after batting .368 with a team-high 63 hits and 34 runs scored… Set a school single-season record with 20 doubles, which led the league and ranked fifth in the NCAA…  Also led the Retrievers with 34 runs scored and three triples… Ranked second on the team with a .418 on-base percentage, a .591 slugging percentage and 101 total bases and was third with 15 walks… Her 27 extra-base hits are the sixth-most ever by a Retriever in a single season… Struck out just 13 times in a team-high 171 at-bats, ranking fourth in the conference with 0.25 strikeouts per game… Started all 53 games in which she played… Clubbed four home runs and drove in 20… Made just four errors in 149 chances… Ranked fourth in the America East in triples, fifth in hits and sixth in batting average… Batted .385 against league opponents, the seventh-best mark in the conference… Also ranked second with eight doubles and third with 25 hits against America East foes… Posted 21 multi-hit games… The Retrievers’ primary leadoff hitter… Batted .405 (15-for-37) with runners in scoring position… Put together four hitting streaks of at least six games… Batted .450 (9-for-20) and slugged .700 during a pair of six-game hitting streaks (Feb. 22-March 6, March 22-29)… Named to the UMBC Retriever Classic All-Tournament Team after batting .308 (4-for-13) with three extra-base hits, four runs scored and two stolen bases in four games (March 14-15)… Batted .480 (12-for-25) and slugged .720 with six doubles and six runs scored during a seven-game hitting streak from March 15-21… Clubbed five doubles in four games during the streak… Had five hits (three doubles) in eight at-bats during the Mount St. Mary’s doubleheader, including her second three-hit effort of the season in the nightcap (March 17)… Named to the UMBC Spring Classic All-Tournament Team after batting .316 (6-for-19) with a double and four runs scored in five games (March 20-22)… Had 10 hits, including five for extra bases, and also scored five runs during a seven-game hitting streak from April 5-11…Went 2-for-2 with a double, a triple and a season-high three runs scored in the second game of the Morgan State doubleheader (April 2)… Hit a game-tying home run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh in the first game of the Binghamton doubleheader to send the game to extra innings (April 8)… Also belted a go-ahead homer in the top of the eighth at Albany just three days later (April 11)… Tabbed to the America East All-Championship Team after going 2-for-5 with a walk and an RBI in two games (May 7-8)… Picked up her 100th career hit in UMBC’s final game of the season against Albany (May 8)… Named team co-MVP.

 

2008: Named to the America East All-Rookie Team after batting .261 with 37 hits in 142 at-bats… Played in all 54 games and made 50 starts, primarily in left field… Posted seven doubles, two triples, a home run, 17 RBI and 19 runs scored… Batted .284 in America East Conference games… Posted eight multi-hit games, including a trio of three-hit efforts… Went 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI againstNiagara (March 15)… Batted .421 (8-for-19) with five RBI during a six-game hitting streak (March 21-26)… Went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and her first career home run, a three-run shot, in the second game of the Bucknell doubleheader (March 26)… Also went 3-for-3 against Binghamton (April 9) andMaine (May 3)… Scored a career-high three runs against the Bearcats.

 

Background:  Named the 2007 Capital District, Central Region and Richmond Times-Dispatch Metro Player of the Year… A four-time All-District player at Hanover High School, including First Team in each of the last three seasons… Also a three-time All-Region selection, including First Team as a junior and senior… Earned First-Team All-State and All-Metro honors in her last two seasons… Also garnered Honorable Mention All-Metro as a sophomore… Named Richmond Times-Dispatch Player of the Week twice… Led the Hawks to a 26-2 record and the 2006 Virginia state title, pitching six one-hit innings and striking out five batters while going 2-for-4 at the plate in the 3-0 championship game victory… Also led the Hawks to the state finals in 2007… Batted .516 with 48 hits and 20 RBI while also going 19-1 with a 0.77 ERA and 166 strikeouts in 118.2 innings as a senior… Hit .400 and went 9-1 with a 0.46 ERA as a junior… Struck out more than 400 batters in her career… Selected to play in the Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star Game and went 1-for-3 with a stolen base… Also was a competitive cheerleader in high school… Earned All-Academic honors as a junior and senior… Daughter of Tom and Deena Brummell… Has an older sister, Stephanie… Born June 27, 1989… A health administration and policy major who hopes to work in health care or diagnostic medicine.

 
 

 Year

 AVG.

 GP-GS

 AB

 R

 H

 2B

 3B

 HR

 RBI

 TB

 2008

 .261

 54-50

 142

 19

 37

 7

 2

 17

 51 

 2009

 .368

  53-53 

 171

 34

 63

 20

 3

 4

 20

 101

 2010

 .286

 48-48

 168

 34

 48

 8

 3

 6

 20

 80

 TOTAL

 .308

 155-151

 481

 87

 148

 35

 8

 11

57 

 232

 
 
 

 Year

 SLG%

 BB 

 HBP 

 SO 

 GDP 

 OB% 

 SF 

 SH 

 SB-ATT 

 PO 

 FLD% 

 2008

 .359

 11

 0 

 28

0

 .314

 2

 2-3 

 56

 15 

 7

.910 

 2009

 .591

 15

 1

 13

 1

 .418

 2

 1

3-4

 102

 47

 4

 .974

 2010

 .476

 13

 1

 21

 1

 .339

 1

 0

7-10

 70

 66

 8

 .944

 TOTAL

 .482

 39 

 2

 62 

 2

 .360 

 3

 12-17

228 

 128

19 

 .949

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