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ZOE CASAS

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ZOE CASAS

position
Outfield
year
Sophomore
hometown
Rialto, Calif.
high school
Aquinas

CAREER HONORS

FSU SOFTBALL TRIBE MEMBER

Sophomore Season (2017)

Saw action in 44 games with 30 starts – 12 in the outfield and 18 at designated player – helping the Seminoles reach the NCAA Super Regionals for the fifth season in a row…finished with a .232 batting average (19-for-82) with 12 runs scored, to doubles, two home runs, 17 RBI and 14 walks…hit a two-RBI single in the third against Lipscomb as part of a nine-run inning in the 13-1 win on Feb 10…drove in a run with a pinch-hit single against Marshall on Feb 12…walked and scored a run against Northwestern in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on February 18…hit a home run in the top of the sixth inning against No. 14 Michigan on Feb. 26…had a two-RBI double at Florida Gulf Coast on March 15 and added a walk and a run scored…batted 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored on March 24 at Virginia…drove in two runs and drew a walk at UVA (3/25)…had a single, a walk and a run scored on April 1 against Pitt…brought in a run with a sacrifice fly on April 9 at Syracuse…had one walk and one hit in each game of the doubleheader at Troy on April 18…tied the game with a two-run single in the top of the seventh at Louisville on April 23…drove in the game-winning run with an RBI single in the seventh on April 24 at Louisville…drew a pinch-hit walk against No. 25 Georgia on May 21.

Freshman Season (2016)

Played in 64 games with 63 starts, 32 in left field and 31 at designated player, in helping the Noles reach the World Series and earn their third consecutive ACC Championship…batted .276 (48-for-174) with 13 doubles, one triple, five home runs, 43 RBI and 26 runs scored…added 20 walks, two stolen bases and six sacrifice flies…the six sacrifice flies tied for the fourth-most in the NCAA on the season…recorded 13 multi-hit games and had 11 games with multiple RBIs…walked and scored in her first career game at FIU on February 12…batted 2-for-3 with a career-high four RBI in a Noles victory over LIU Brooklyn on Feb. 13…had two hits and an RBI against No. 2 Michigan on February 20…hit two doubles and drove in both runs in FSU’s 2-0 victory over No. 20 Minnesota on February 21…batted 1-for-2 with a double, two RBI, and two runs scored against UAB on Feb. 27…achieved her first career triple on her only hit against Bradley on Feb. 27…batted 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI against UC Davis (Mar. 5)…went 3-for-4 with two RBI in a win against UNC on March 25…batted 2-for-3 with one double, two RBI and one run scored against NC State (April 10)…hit 2-for-4 with one run scored in a win against Boston College (April 16)…went 2-for-3 with two RBI and a double in a win against Boston College (April 17)…had an impressive doubleheader performance at No. 3 Auburn on April 20, going 2-for-4 with an RBI in game one and hitting a two-run home run in game two, helping give the Seminoles a 4-3 win over the Tigers…batted 2-for-4 with a home run and tied a career high with four RBI and two runs scored in a 15-5 win at Pitt on May 1…hit a solo home run against No. 20 Notre Dame in the ACC Championship Game on May 14…had a base hit and a walk in the final game of the NCAA Super Regional against Utah on May 28…recorded a walk against No. 14 UCLA on June 4…had a base hit against No. 5 Auburn in the WCWS semifinal game on June 5.

High School

An outstanding athlete from Aquinas High School, setting the California Interscholastic Federation record with 247 hits in her career…batted .741 as a senior with 64 hits and 41 runs scored as she was named a MaxPreps First Team All-American…as a junior in 2014, she hit .644 with 10 doubles, four triples and 26 stolen bases as she earned CIF Player of the Year honors for Division 4…she was also named to the All-League First Team and was the Ambassador League Player of the Year…earned First Team All-America honors from MaxPreps in 2013 and was the CIF Division 5 Player of the Year in 2013 as Aquinas High School won the CIF Southern Section Division 5 Championship…she was also a member of the Corona Angels and won 12U ASA/USA State and National Championships in 2008…the Angels were finalists at the 14U (2011), 16U (2012) and 18U (2014) PGF National Championships and won three straight ASA Champions Cups from 2012 to 2014.

Personal

Born December 22, 1996…has one sister, one half-brother, two step-sisters, and two step-brothers…aspires to be a sports medicine doctor…favorite home-cooked meal is tacos, beans and sopa…cannot live without her family and friends…favorite school subject is math…looking forward to playing Notre Dame because the members of her family are huge Fighting Irish fans…says having the opportunity to play against high competition and get a great education is the best part of being an ACC student-athlete…enjoys wearing dark clothes because she loves to wear black…her uncle is Dan Caldwell, co-owner and president of Tapout.

  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   .250 
  Feb 11, 2017   MARSHALL    .200 
  Feb 12, 2017   MARSHALL    .333 
  Feb 15, 2017   FLORIDA A&M    .286 
  Feb 17, 2017   NORTHWESTERN    .286 
  Feb 18, 2017   NORTHWESTERN   .222 
  Feb 19, 2017   NEBRASKA    .200 
  Feb 23, 2017 vs Texas A&M   .167 
  Feb 23, 2017 vs Stanford   .200 
  Feb 25, 2017 vs Arizona   .176 
  Feb 26, 2017 vs UCLA    .158 
  Feb 26, 2017 vs Michigan   .182 
  Mar 03, 2017   GEORGIA TECH   .174 
  Mar 04, 2017   GEORGIA TECH    .167 
  Mar 08, 2017   NORTH FLORIDA-1   .192 
  Mar 08, 2017   NORTH FLORIDA-2   .185 
  Mar 14, 2017 at FGCU    .179 
  Mar 15, 2017 at FGCU   .194 
  Mar 17, 2017   NOTRE DAME   .206 
  Mar 19, 2017   NOTRE DAME    .206 
  Mar 22, 2017 at UCF    .250 
  Mar 24, 2017 at Virginia   .282 
  Mar 25, 2017 at Virginia   .268 
  Mar 26, 2017 at Virginia   .273 
  Mar 31, 2017   PITT   .255 
  Apr 01, 2017   PITT   .265 
  Apr 02, 2017   PITT    .255 
  Apr 08, 2017 at Syracuse   .245 
  Apr 09, 2017 at Syracuse-1   .241 
  Apr 12, 2017 at Florida   .232 
  Apr 18, 2017 at Troy-1    .237 
  Apr 18, 2017 at Troy-2   .246 
  Apr 23, 2017 at Louisville-1   .250 
  Apr 23, 2017 at Louisville-2    .258 
  Apr 24, 2017 at Louisville   .257 
  Apr 28, 2017   NORTH CAROLINA   .254 
  Apr 29, 2017   NORTH CAROLINA   .243 
  Apr 30, 2017   NORTH CAROLINA   .237 
  May 03, 2017   FLORIDA   .234 
  May 06, 2017 at Oregon-2   .228 
  May 07, 2017 at Oregon   .222 
  May 11, 2017 vs Virginia   .232 
  May 21, 2017   GEORGIA    .232 
  Totals    30 82 12 19 17 14 21  .232