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SYDNEY BRODERICK

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SYDNEY BRODERICK

position
Catcher
year
Senior
hometown
Ashburn, Va.
high school
Stone Bridge
other college
BYU

career honor

2017 NFCA SOUTHEAST ALL-REGION SECOND TEAM
2017 ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM
2017 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM
2016 ACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
2015 ALL-WCC FIRST TEAM
2015 NFCA ALL-PACIFIC REGION THIRD TEAM
2014 ALL-WCC FIRST TEAM
2014 WCC CO-FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
2014 NFCA ALL-PACIFIC REGION THIRD TEAM
FSU SOFTBALL TRIBE MEMBER

Senior Season at Florida State (2017)

Closed out her collegiate career with an impressive final season at Florida State, helping the Noles win their fourth-straight ACC Championship as well as advance to the NCAA Super Regionals for the fifth year in a row…earned NFCA Southeast All-Region Second Team honors and was selected to the All-ACC First Team…signed a free agent contract with the USSSA Pride of the National Pro Fastpitch league following the season…played in 63 games, including 59 starts and finished with a .345 batting average (58-for-168) with 13 doubles, one triple, five home runs, 36 RBI, 34 runs scored and 30 walks…was outstanding defensively, committing just one error in 324 defensive chances, had zero passed balls, picked off three base runners and retired five would-be base stealers…hit an RBI triple and scored two runs on opening day against Lipscomb on February 10…had a single, walked and scored a run against Furman (Feb. 10)…drove in a run with an RBI single against Florida A&M on February 15…hit a pinch-hit double against Nebraska on February 19…tied a career high with three walks against Stanford on February 23…went 2-for-2 from the plate with a walk against San Diego State…batted 2-for-4 with a two-RBI double against No. 14 Michigan on February 26…was 2-for-3 against Georgia Tech on March 3, driving in a pair of run in FSU’s 4-0 win…had two hits, including a double, an RBI and two runs scored against GT on March 4…set a season high and tied a career high with three hits in game one of the doubleheader against UNF on March 8, also driving in two RBI…went 2-for-3 with a home run and two runs scored at Virginia Tech on March 10…hit a double and a home run with two RBI and two runs scored on March 15 at Florida Gulf Coast…was 2-for-2 with two walks in a 6-0 win against Notre dame on March 18…posted her fifth double of the season in a 4-0 win at UCF on March 22…had two hits, including a home run, with two RBI on the road at Virginia (3/24)…was a perfect 2-for-2 at the plate with a walk and two runs scored on March 25 at UVA…had two walks and an RBI with a run scored in the series finale at Virginia (3/26)…hit a double, had two RBI, walked twice and scored two runs on March 31 against Pitt…set a career high with five RBI on April 1 versus Pitt, including a bases-clearing, two-out double to center in the fourth inning…batted 2-for-3 with a double, a home run, three RBI and two runs scored at Syracuse on April 9…walked and scored a run at Troy on April 18…drove in a run in all three games of the series at Louisville on April 23-24…went 2-for-4 from the plate against North Carolina on April 29…walked, singled and scored a run at No. 5 Oregon on May 6…batted 2-for-3 with a double, a solo home run and two runs scored against Princeton in the NCAA Tallahassee Regional on May 19…hit a pair of doubles, scored a run and drove in an RBI in FSU’s 3-1 win in game one of the NCAA Super Regional against No. 18 LSU on May 26…walked and singled against LSU on May 28.

Junior Season at Florida State (2016)

Named to the 2016 ACC All-Tournament Team during an impressive first season as a Seminole…played in 64 games with 63 starts at catcher…finished the season with a .343 batting average (59-for-172) with 10 doubles, four home runs, 47 RBI and 35 runs scored…she was second on the team with 39 walks and also added four stolen bases…as a catcher, she retired seven runners trying to steal second and only allowed 31 stolen bases on the season…went 2-for-3 with a walk and an RBI in her first career game as a Seminole on February 12 vs. St. John’s…had two walks, scored a run and drove in an RBI in FSU’s 7-1 win at FIU (2/12)…had one hit in two at bats with one run, one RBI and a walk in a win against Valparaiso on Feb. 14…batted 2-for-3 with a double, two RBIs and a run scored against Stephen F. Austin on Feb. 17…recorded two hits and an RBI on February 19 against No. 2 Michigan…walked and scored against Florida A&M on Feb 24…hit a perfect 2-for-2 with a double and a run scored in a win against Hofstra on Feb. 26…batted 2-for-2 with three RBI and scored a run against Bradley in Feb. 26…recorded two runs on two hits against UAB on Feb. 28…batted 3-for-4 with three RBI and a double in a win against Cal State Fullerton (March 8)…hit 2-for-3 with two doubles against Syracuse on March 19…went 6-for-10 with four runs, six RBI and one home run in the series sweep against NC State (April 8-10)…batted 3-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored in a 16-11 win at Pitt on April 30…matched a career high with three hits and two walks, adding two RBI and two runs scored at Pitt on May 1…drove in the game-winning runs against Louisville on May 8, hitting a two-RBI single up the middle in FSU’s 4-3 win over the Cardinals…set a career high with three runs scored and matched career numbers with three hits and three RBI in an 8-0 win over Pitt in the ACC Quarterfinals on May 12…walked three times, including an RBI bases-loaded walk, in the ACC Championship Game against Notre Dame on May 14…drove in the game-winning run in the NCAA Regional Championship against South Carolina with an RBI single to centerfield…hit a double against Utah in the NCAA Super Regional on May 28…went 2-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in FSU’s 8-4 win over No. 14 UCLA at the Women’s College World Series on June 4…had a walk and a single against No. 5 Auburn in the WCWS semifinals on June 5.

Sophomore Season at BYU (2015)

All-WCC First Team…earned NFCA All-Pacific Region Third Team…named College Sports Madness All-WCC First Team…garnered WCC Player of the Week three times in a row (3/23, 3/30, 4/5)…earned WCC Player of the Week by College Sports Madness (4/6)…hit .358 for third on the team with seven home runs and team highs in doubles, triples and runs batted in…led the WCC with five doubles and ranked fourth in 30 total bases…achieved a season-long 14-game hitting streak and 12-game on-base streak…notched multi-home run games against San Jose State and Saint Mary’s…hit 1-for-3 with two RBI and a triple in win over Northwestern…named to the 2015 All-WCC Preseason Softball Team…named to the College Sports Madness 2015 West Coast Preseason All-Conference First Team…batted .562 with nine hits, three home runs , nine RBI, six runs scored and a 1.312 slugging percentage for an NFCA Selected Top Performance…ended the season on a current hitting streak of eight games and reached base streak of 14…started 54 of 54 games played.

Freshman Season at BYU (2014)

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 deficit…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 against 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.

High School

Attended Stone Bridge High School…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 Virginia High School Coaches Association Softball AAA First 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.

Personal

Born on December 5, 1994…has two sisters and a brother…looking forward to playing Virginia Tech because it is close to home…states that the best part of being a student-athlete is playing top level teams and competing against the best…favorite movie is Step Brothers…enjoys listening to Luke Bryan…aspires to work for the Washington Nationals…cannot live without her dog, Emmy…owns a motorcycle…favorite home-cooked meal is her dad’s steak with fried rice and broccoli.

  date   opponent gs ab rbi 2b 3b hr bb ibb sb cs hbp sac sf gdp po    avg 
  Feb 10, 2017   LIPSCOMB   .500 
  Feb 10, 2017   FURMAN  10  .500 
  Feb 11, 2017   MARSHALL   .286 
  Feb 11, 2017   FURMAN   .200 
  Feb 12, 2017   MARSHALL   .154 
  Feb 15, 2017   FLORIDA A&M   .188 
  Feb 17, 2017   NORTHWESTERN    .176 
  Feb 18, 2017   NEBRASKA    .167 
  Feb 19, 2017   NEBRASKA    .190 
  Feb 23, 2017 vs Texas A&M   .208 
  Feb 23, 2017 vs Stanford   .192 
  Feb 24, 2017 vs San Diego State   .250 
  Feb 25, 2017 vs Arizona   .226 
  Feb 26, 2017 vs UCLA   .206 
  Feb 26, 2017 vs Michigan   .237 
  Mar 03, 2017   GEORGIA TECH  14  .268 
  Mar 04, 2017   GEORGIA TECH   .295 
  Mar 05, 2017   GEORGIA TECH   .298 
  Mar 08, 2017   NORTH FLORIDA-1   .340 
  Mar 08, 2017   NORTH FLORIDA-2  11  .333 
  Mar 10, 2017 at Virginia Tech-1   .340 
  Mar 10, 2017 at Virginia Tech-2   .357 
  Mar 11, 2017 at Virginia Tech   .333 
  Mar 14, 2017 at FGCU  12  .349 
  Mar 15, 2017 vs Canisius   .354 
  Mar 15, 2017 at FGCU   .362 
  Mar 17, 2017   NOTRE DAME   .347 
  Mar 18, 2017   NOTRE DAME   .365 
  Mar 19, 2017   NOTRE DAME   .360 
  Mar 22, 2017 at UCF   .359 
  Mar 24, 2017 at Virginia   .370 
  Mar 25, 2017 at Virginia   .386 
  Mar 26, 2017 at Virginia  11  .388 
  Mar 31, 2017   PITT   .395 
  Apr 01, 2017   PITT   .404 
  Apr 02, 2017   PITT  10  .413 
  Apr 08, 2017 at Syracuse   .417 
  Apr 09, 2017 at Syracuse-1   .424 
  Apr 09, 2017 at Syracuse-2  10  .412 
  Apr 12, 2017 at Florida   .400 
  Apr 14, 2017 at South Carolina   .393 
  Apr 15, 2017 at South Carolina   .385 
  Apr 18, 2017 at Troy-1   .375 
  Apr 18, 2017 at Troy-2   .362 
  Apr 23, 2017 at Louisville-1   .361 
  Apr 23, 2017 at Louisville-2   .355 
  Apr 24, 2017 at Louisville   .359 
  Apr 28, 2017   NORTH CAROLINA   .354 
  Apr 29, 2017   NORTH CAROLINA   .358 
  Apr 30, 2017   NORTH CAROLINA   .350 
  May 03, 2017   FLORIDA   .345 
  May 06, 2017 at Oregon-1   .343 
  May 06, 2017 at Oregon-2   .345 
  May 07, 2017 at Oregon   .347 
  May 11, 2017 vs Virginia    .352 
  May 12, 2017 vs Notre Dame   .349 
  May 13, 2017 at North Carolina   .344 
  May 19, 2017   PRINCETON   .351 
  May 20, 2017   GEORGIA   .344 
  May 21, 2017   GEORGIA   .340 
  May 26, 2017   LSU   .346 
  May 27, 2017   LSU   .345 
  May 28, 2017   LSU   .345 
  Totals    59 168 34 58 36 13 30 21 311 12  .345