2009 THIRD TEAM ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA HONOREE
2009 ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT IV FIRST TEAM SELECTION
2008 ALL-SEC FRESHMAN TEAM MEMBER
2008 TWO-TIME SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK HONOREE
2008 NFCA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE TEAM
One of just four players to start all 62 games for Florida State … Posted a .259 batting average with 24 runs, 48 hits, eight doubles, two triples and four homeruns in her first year with the program after transferring from Tennessee … Led the team with 41 RBIs; a mark good enough for sixth in the conference … Finished the year with the third-highest total putouts in a single season in FSU history with 489.
Started all 59 games at Tennessee as a sophomore … Finished the year with a .286 batting average while posting 21 runs, 46 hits, eight doubles, one triple, five home runs, 28 RBI, a .441 slugging percentage and two stolen bases on two tries … Third Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Honoree … ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV First Team selection.
Chosen as a member of the All-Southeastern Conference Freshman Team after hitting .283 (49-of-173) with 11 doubles, a triple, six home runs and 43 RBIs during her freshman year … Started 63 of 64 games with Tennessee in 2008, 54 of them at first base … Twice earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors (3/3, 4/7) … Delivered 12 multi-hit and 11 multi-RBI games in 2008 … Named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Scholar-Athlete Team.
A first-team all-conference selection from 2004-07 … Hit .528 in 2007 while breaking her own single-season records with 13 doubles and 18 extra-base hits…In her career, registered 39 doubles, 11 triples and 12 home runs while never committing an error at the catching position over four seasons … Chosen as the Somerset County Player of the Year (2007) after helping Immaculata H.S. to a county championship with a 14-8 record … Tabbed first-team all-county on three occasions (2005-07) and second-team all-county in 2004 … Third-team all-public from 2005-07 and twice second-team all-area (2005, 2006) … Named as a “Player to Watch” in 2006 … Served two seasons as team captain while lettering in both softball (four times) and basketball (once) … Spanish Honor Society (2004-07) and Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD) … Honored as the 2005 New Jersey Science Fair Winner and was presented with the Mu Alpha Theta award for physics (2005).
Born Feb. 2, 1989 … majoring in sports management … daughter of Walter and Susan Lapicki … favorite movie is “League of Their Own” … enjoys the music of Brad Paisley … favorite class is Ethics in Sports … favorite flavor of ice cream is coffee … favorite professional team is New York Mets … looks most forward to playing at Virginia … believes the best part about being an ACC student-athlete is “the competitive play and getting a great education” … reality television show she would like to be on is “Road Rules” … chooses “Family” as the best word to describe the team … looks up to her parents as her role models … favorite quote is “Don’t let anyone tell you what you can’t do.”
|At-Bats||6 vs. Florida (5/3/08)|
|Hits||4 vs. Louisville (5/17/08)|
|Runs||2 (nine times)|
|RBIs||6 vs. Kentucky (4/8/09)|
|Doubles||2 vs. Oklahoma (3/7/09)|
|Triples||1 (two times)|
|Homeruns||1 (13 times)|
|Walks||2 (five times)|
|Stolen Bases||1 (four times)|
|Putouts||15 vs. Michigan State (3/6/10)|
|Assists||2 (eight times)|