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Victoria Daddis

#24

Victoria Daddis

career honors

2015 ACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
2015 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM
2015 NFCA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE

FSU SOFTBALL TRIBE MEMBER

Junior Season (2016)

Appeared in 23 games with 10 starts for the Seminoles, playing at catcher, first base and designated player…batted .160 with a double, a home run, two runs scored and four RBI…scored and drove in a run against LIU Brooklyn on February 13…recorded a walk-off double on her first hit off the season in a five inning victory over Hofstra on Feb. 26…carried the Seminole offense in a 4-3 win at Pitt on April 30, going 2-for-3 from the plate with a home run and two RBI…had a single in the ACC semifinal against North Carolina as the Seminoles went on to win their third consecutive ACC title.

Sophomore Season (2015)

Versatile player who contributed in numerous positions during the season…played in 56 games with 31 starts and saw action at second base, third base, catcher and designated player…named to the ACC All-Tournament Team after batting .400 with two walks, a home run and three RBI as she helped the Seminoles win their 13th ACC Championship in school history…earned All-ACC Academic Team honors…finished the season with a batting average of .276 (27-for-98), including 12 extra-base hits – six doubles, two triples and four home runs…drove in 26 runs, drew 13 walks and scored nine runs…had a base hit up the middle against Georgia Southern on February 8…hit a pinch-hit two-RBI triple to center against Oklahoma State on February 20…drove in an RBI on a sacrifice fly against Bethune-Cookman on March 6…had a career-high three RBI against Colgate on March 17 after a pinch-hit, bases-clearing double in the fifth inning…hit a pinch-hit RBI double to tie the game in the seventh inning at No. 25 Virginia Tech on March 21 as the Seminoles would go on to win 7-5 in eight innings…started each of the last two games at No. 25 Virginia Tech and posted four hits, three RBI, including a two-RBI double to give FSU the lead on March 22 as the Seminoles swept the Hokies on the road…hit her first career home run – a solo shot to left field – as part of a seven-run second inning against No. 9 Auburn on March 25…added a career-high two walks in game two of the doubleheader against Auburn on March 25…hit a solo home run and finished with two RBI against Pitt on March 28…set career highs in runs scored (2) and RBI (4) and tied in hits (2) after she crushed a grand slam in the bottom of the sixth to secure a 11-0 run-rule victory over Florida A&M on April 1…had a pair of two-hit performances at Louisville on April 11 and 12, adding a double in game one and a triple with two runs scored in game two – matching career highs in all categories…had a pinch-hit single at Georgia State on April 27…scored a run and drove in an RBI at North Florida on May 3…hit an RBI single and added a two-run home run versus NC State in the ACC semifinal game on May 8…tied a career high with two walks and scored the go-ahead run versus Pitt in the ACC Championship…had a hit in all three games of the NCAA Knoxville Super Regional, including RBI doubles in games one and two at No. 8 Tennessee on May 21-22.

Freshman Season (2014)

An asset for the Seminoles coming off the bench and also made six starts late in the season…hit .229 with eight hits, two doubles and two RBI…scored three runs and drew six walks in 29 game appearances…recorded her first collegiate hit against Southern Miss on February 16…had a pinch-hit RBI double against Virginia Tech on March 11…was walked in her only plate appearance against Florida Gulf Coast on March 12…had a nice “homecoming” as the St. Johns, Fla., native recorded a base hit and scored a run at North Florida on March 19…recorded a pinch-hit single in her only plate appearance as FSU defeated Florida in Gainesville for the first time since 2003 by a score of 3-2 in eight innings…was a perfect 1-for-1 in a victory vs. Maryland on April 5…made her first career start on April 26 against Georgia Tech…hit an RBI double and added a walk and a run scored in the ACC Quarterfinal versus Georgia Tech on May 8.

High School

Earned Florida Class 5A Player of the Year following senior season at Creekside High…also a Class 5A First Team player in 2012 and 2013…led her county in batting average as a sophomore, hitting .456…named Miracle Sports All-Florida High School 5A Defensive Player of the Year following her junior season…All-First Coast softball team selection as a junior…led her high school to a district and conference championship as a junior…multiple selections to the all-county team…guided her Florida Select travel club team to the USSSA/ESPNHS 18U Gold `A’ World Series title in 2012…2012 ASA 18U Gold Southern national champions.

Personal

Born on Aug. 2, 1995…majoring in Sport Management…daughter of Troy and Tammy Daddis…has one brother…an ACC venue she is looking forward to playing in is North Carolina…favorite artist is Beyonce…favorite movie is `A League of Their Own’…favorite flavor of ice cream is vanilla…something she cannot live without is her family…loves to play hacky sack with her teammates…TV shows she watches the most are `Criminal Minds’ and `SportsCenter’…favorite accessory in her wardrobe are her Air Jordans…believes confidence, a strong work ethic and selflessness are qualities that make a team leader…favorite home-cooked meal is fettuccine alfredo…favorite healthy snack includes fruit…wears No. 24 because of her best friend Colleen Darragh – she always had my back on and off the field growing up, so I’ll keep her there…sports idol as a child is Derek Jeter…named after her grandfather, Victor…proudest moment was signing to FSU.