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BAILEY SCHINELLA

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BAILEY SCHINELLA

career honors

2012 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM
2013 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM
2014 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM
2015 ACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
2015 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM

Senior Season (2015)

Ended her FSU career with a solid season for the Garnet and Gold as an outfielder, designated player and pitcher…made 62 starts, including her first career start as a pitcher versus Florida on April 8…named to the ACC All-Tournament Team after batting .400 with two doubles, three RBI and two runs scored at the ACC Championships as the she helped the Seminoles earn their second-straight title…finished the year as a .257 hitter (44-for-171) with 10 doubles, two home runs, 33 RBI, 24 runs scored and 27 walks…in the circle, she posted an ERA of 2.74 with a 2-1 record, along with one save…registered 13 strikeouts in 23.0 innings and batters hit only .225 against her on the season…pitched in the second no-hitter of her career as she and Lacey Waldrop combined to shut down Georgia Southern on February 8…started the season on a six-game hitting streak…had seven multi-RBI games, which ranked fourth on the team…set a career high with three hits against No. 7 Michigan on February 14…entered to pitch against No. 20 Nebraska with one out in the sixth inning and retired all five batters she faced to earn her fifth career save…as a relief pitcher, allowed only five of the 16 runners she inherited to score…hit a two-RBI double and scored a run against Boston College on February 28 and finished the game in the circle, tossing 2.0 scoreless innings giving up just one walk and striking out two…went 2-for-3 from the plate with a double versus Colgate on March 17…hit a double and finished 2-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored in game two of the doubleheader against No. 9 Auburn on March 25…came in to pitch the final 2.2 innings of the game against Auburn and limited the Tigers to only one hit and zero runs as Auburn entered the contest averaging 9.6 hits and 9.1 runs per game…earned her first win of the season in game two of the doubleheader at Georgia Tech on April 25, tossing 1.2 innings of relief without allowing a hit or a run…posted two hits and recorded three RBI in FSU’s 4-2 win over Boston College in the ACC quarterfinal game on May 7…added two hits and scored two runs versus NC State on May 8…entered the game to pitch in the seventh inning with multiple runners on base against UCF on May 16 and tossed 1.0 shutout innings, allowing just one intentional walk to load the bases to create a force out opportunity…hit a double versus UCF in the NCAA Tallahassee Regional on May 17…ranks seventh all-time in Florida State history with five career saves.

Junior Season (2014)

Became a consistent member of the lineup as either a designated player or in right field as she earned 52 starts and played in 60 games… named ACC Player of the Week on March 24…batted .282 with eight doubles, three home runs, 22 runs scored and 29 RBIs…finished third on the team with 37 walks and a .443 on base percentage….also had four pitching appearances during her junior season…allowed zero runs, two hits and two walks and recorded two strikeouts in 3.2 innings…combined with Waldrop to pitch a no-hitter vs. North Dakota State on February 15…tied a career high with three RBI on a bases-clearing double against North Dakota State (2/15)…finished the Virginia series batting .625 (5-for-8) with two doubles, one home run, three walks, seven RBI and five runs scored…drew two walks, went 2-for-2 with a walk, RBI, and run scored in FSU’s 11-1 game one victory over North Florida on March 19 and pitched the final 0.2 innings with two strikeouts in game two…posted at least one walk, hit and RBI in five consecutive games from March 22 to March 30…went 2-for-3 with a home run in game one of a doubleheader at UNC on March 30…recorded two hits and added an RBI in game one of a doubleheader at Notre Dame on April 13…hit an RBI double and scored two runs in the ACC Semifinal against North Carolina on May 9…hit a single in game three against Michigan in the NCAA Tallahassee Super Regional to help send FSU to the Women’s College World Series for the first time since 2004…had six multiple RBI games this season.

Sophomore Season (2013)

Improved her hitting tremendously as a sophomore…batted .250 with one home run, 15 RBIs and three doubles…her lone home run of the season came at Virginia Tech in the second game of a doubleheader on April 21, hitting the team’s record-breaking 50th home run…earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic Team…drew 21 walks and struck out just 13 times in 108 plate appearances…carried a respectable .389 on-base percentage…had four multiple-hit games and four multiple-RBI games…recorded a six-game hitting streak…reached base in nine straight games…batted in the designated player spot in 36 games…batted sixth once, seventh in 18 games and eighth in 17 games…made eight appearances in the circle…had a base hit and two RBIs as a pinch hitter against Minnesota…was 5-for-6 with two doubles, two walks, two RBIs and four runs scored in the series at Maryland…posted three straight multiple-hit games from March 30 to April 3…knocked in two RBIs in game two of a doubleheader against Virginia…brought in a season-high three RBIs in game two of a doubleheader at Virginia Tech…drew a season-high two walks at Virginia Tech…had two RBIs in game one of a doubleheader at Georgia Tech…did not allow a hit in five of eight relief appearances.

Freshman Season (2012)

Tied the single-season saves record with four in just her first year…16th nationally in saves…recorded four saves for FSU just over a month into the season, picking up her fourth on March 17 against Fairfield…likely would have broken the season record but was forced to miss a long period of time following a concussion sustained in practice on March 31…also notched saves against Tennessee Tech (Feb. 11), North Dakota State (Feb. 18) and St. John’s (Feb. 24)…threw 21 innings on the season and recorded a 1.67 ERA…only was able to participate in one regular-season conference game due to her concussion, throwing a scoreless inning against N.C. State on March 11…made 13 appearances in the regular season…held opponents to a .171 batting average…against non-conference opponents, she had a 0.74 ERA in 11 appearances…allowed just one extra base hit in 19 innings pitched against non-conference opponents…had a season-high four strikeouts in three innings pitched against UC Santa Barbara on March 4, earning the victory…her three innings thrown against the Gauchos was also her longest relief appearance…made her FSU debut in the season opener against Stephen F. Austin, earning the nine-inning win after throwing 2.1 scoreless innings in relief…finished 2-1 on the year…tied with teammate Jessica Nori for second in the conference in saves…tied for third in the ACC with 12 games finished…tied for third in the conference with 13 games in relief…named to the All-ACC Academic Softball Team.

High School

One of the top pitchers in Florida while at Newsome High…all-state and all-county selection in her sophomore and senior years…also an All-Western Conference pick as a sophomore and senior…St. Petersburg Times All-Suncoast Team…won the 18U Gold National Championship in 2011 as part of Team North Florida…18U Gold Boulder Champions in the Independence Day Tournament…selected as an Adidas Futures Top 100 Elite Camp participant in 2008 and played in the Adidas Futures All-Star Game in Boulder, Colo.

Personal

Born March 22, 1993…majoring in Accounting…daughter of Beth and Jerry Schinella…favorite movie is “The Grinch”…favorite flavor of ice cream is chocolate…would love to own a restaurant on the water…cannot live without chocolate…enjoys watching movies and TV shows on Netflix…wears number 27 because her travel ball number was 7 and high school number was 21 so it’s “both squished together”…most memorable win was beating Michigan in the 2014 NCAA Super Regionals to realize her dream of reaching the WCWS.