2013 ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM
2013 ACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
2011 ACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Had one of the best offensive seasons in school history … batted .333 with 14 home runs, 52 RBIs, eight doubles, five triples and 58 runs scored … added a .646 slugging percentage, 27 walks and a .410 on-base percentage … her 14 home runs tie former player Yuruby Alicart for the most in school history … the 52 RBIs currently rank sixth on the school list … finished with All-ACC First Team honors … collected Co-MVP honors at the team banquet … earned ACC Player of the Week twice … led Florida State with 20 multiple-hit games … posted 14 multiple RBI games … had an eight-game hitting streak and reached base safely in 16 straight games … finished 18th nationally in triples … 45th in triples per game … 47th in runs per game … first in the ACC in runs scored and triples … second in total bases … third in base hits and RBIs … seventh in slugging percentage … moved from centerfield to third base to help with all the injuries sustained in 2013 … batted second in the order in 50 games … All-ACC Tournament Team selection … batted 2-for-3 with a double, a home run and five RBIs against nationally-ranked Hofstra … hit a triple, a home run, scored two runs and had three RBIs against LIU Brooklyn … hit a home run in five of six games from March 5 to March 12 … was a perfect 4-for-4 from the plate with four runs scored and three RBIs in game two of a doubleheader at NC State … went 2-for-2 with a double, a home run, two walks, three runs scored and three RBIs in game one of a doubleheader against FIU … scored two runs and knocked in four RBIs against North Carolina … only had one hit at Maryland on March 31, but the grand slam helped her post five RBIs and score two runs in the game … collected three RBIs in game one of a doubleheader against Boston College … recorded her final home run of the season on April 27 at Georgia Tech, tying her for the top spot in program history … had 14 assists in the North Carolina series on March 22 and 24 … struck out just 20 times in 225 plate appearances, or just once every near-12 trips to the plate.
Improved as a hitter in her second year … batted .296 with two home runs, 26 RBIs, nine doubles and two triples … nearly cut her strikeout total in half from her freshman year, fanning just 27 times … behind Tiffani Brown, Senas emerged as FSU’s next-best stolen base threat by recording 19 steals in 23 attempts … scored 28 runs … third on the team with nine multiple-hit games … fifth with five multiple RBI performances … held a seven-game hitting streak … reached base in 11 straight games … started 55 games at centerfield but also made eight starts at shortstop in place of injured Maddie O’Brien … delivered three-hit performances against Stephen F. Austin (Feb. 10), UC Santa Barbara (March 2), Georgia Tech (April 15) and North Florida (May 1) … hit for the cycle in a doubleheader sweep over North Florida, combining to go 5-for-7 with one home run, two RBIs, one double and one triple with three runs scored … finished 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBIs against Georgia Tech in game two of a doubleheader … tied her season high with two runs scored on six occasions … second on the team with four sacrifice flies … won the regular-season batting title with Tiffani Brown … finished 5-for-15 at the Citrus Classic … selected to the Bank of Hawaii Invitational All-Tournament Team … tied for eighth in the ACC with 55 base hits … tied for fourth in sacrifice flies … seventh in the conference in stolen bases.
Started 57 of the team’s 60 games in centerfield … batted .291 with five home runs, 23 RBIs, eight doubles and two triples … stole 21 bases … moved around often in the batting order, hitting first, second, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth in the lineup … recorded 14 multiple-hit games as a freshman … named to the ACC All-Tournament Team after hitting .600 with two home runs and five RBIs in FSU’s three games … had one of the most clutch hits of the year when she hit an offering from UNC pitcher Lori Spingola for a two-run home run in the sixth inning of the ACC Championship Game to give FSU a 4-0 lead … in that same championship game against the Tar Heels, Senas hit an RBI double to provide the Seminoles with a 2-0 advantage … ended the year on a strong note, batting .417 with two home runs, seven RBIs and 10 base hits in FSU’s final eight games … hit home runs against Middle Tennessee, Utah, Boston College, Virginia and UNC … her first collegiate round-tripper came in the form of a grand slam versus Middle Tennessee on Feb. 18.
Starred at Mililani High … four-time first team all-state shortstop … 2007 O’ahu Interscholastic Association West Player of the Year … three-time OIA West First Team shortstop … two-time position player of the year … 2010 Mililani High School Female Athlete of the Year … 2009 MHS softball Most Valuable Player … also played two years of basketball and ran four years of track & field in high school.
Born Jan. 31, 1992 … majoring in interdisciplinary social science … daughter of Chad and Janette Senas … has three sisters and one brother … wants to be an FBI agent or chief of police … plays the ukulele … cotton candy is her favorite ice cream flavor … played basketball, ran track and played softball in high school … wears number 8 because she is the eighth Senas in her family … prays before every game … names her hamster “PeeWee” as something she cannot live without.