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#32 Estela Piņon
Position: Pitcher
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Tucson, Ariz.
Other College: Yavapai College
Experience: 1 Letter
2013 Game-by-Game 2013 Game-by-Game
Career Stats Career Stats

2013: Led the team with a 3.53 ERA in 33 appearances … Started 16 games and appeared in 17 more in relief … Was converted to a reliever toward the end of the season and excelled in her role … In her final 22.1 innings of the season, spanning 11 relief appearances, allowed only two earned runs (0.63 ERA), both of which came in Arizona’s final game of the season against Baylor (5/18) … Over the last 22.1 innings pitched, struck out 18 batters while issuing nine walks and allowing just 11 base hits, only two of which went for extra bases … Allowed 27 home runs, but only six of those came in relief appearances … Finished the season with a 13-8 record … Struck out 102 batters in 125.0 innings pitched … Registered eight complete games, second on the team … Limited batters to a .233 batting average against … Recorded seven wild pitches, fewest on the team … Struck out a season-best nine batters in her second ever Division I game against Cal Poly (2/9) … Allowed at least one earned run in 21 of her first 23 appearances before giving up an earned run in just one of her final 10 appearances … Pitched all 11 innings of Arizona’s 6-5 extra-inning victory over Utah (3/29) … College Station Regional: Appeared in all three games out of the bullpen and allowed two runs in 8.2 innings pitched … Pitched a perfect frame against Baylor (5/17) including one strikeout … Helped Arizona mount a comeback against Penn (5/18) by pitching 4.1 innings of relief and giving up just a single hit to keep the Quakers at bay while the offense scored thrice to win in extra innings … Pitched the season’s final 3.1 innings against Baylor (5/18) and allowed two runs on five hits with a pair of strikeouts.

Prior to Arizona: Spent two years (2011-12) at Yavapai College after a successful four-year career at Sunnyside High School in Tucson ... Spent 2011 with current Arizona assistant coach and former Yavapai College head coach Stacy Iveson where the two won the 2011 NJCAA National Championship ... All-American at Yavapai ... Awarded team MVP at Yavapai in 2011 ... Named conference’s most valuable pitcher in 2011 and named conference player of the year and MVP in 2012 ... In two years with Yavapai, posted a 51-6 record with 481 strikeouts and a 1.64 ERA in 346.1 innings pitched.

Personal: Born Estela Annaie Piñon in December, 1991 to Ivan and Estela Piñon ... Has two brothers: Ivan, 16, and Erik, 3 ... In her free time, enjoys sleeping and hanging out with family ... Plans to major in criminal justice ... Decided to attend Arizona because, it’s “always been my dream since I was little.”

Career Single-Game Highs:

(Pitching)

Innings pitched: 11.0, at Utah, Mar 29, 2013

Strikeouts: 9, vs Cal Poly, Feb 09, 2013

Batters faced: 48, at Utah, Mar 29, 2013

Field chances: 2, vs Cal Poly, Feb 09, 2013 ; Washington, Mar 25, 2013

Putouts: 1, at Oregon, Apr 14, 2013 ; Portland State, Mar 02, 2013

Assists: 2, vs Cal Poly, Feb 09, 2013 ; Washington, Mar 25, 2013

Runners CS: 1, 6 times

(Hitting)

Hits: 2, UC Santa Barbara, Apr 06, 2013 ; vs Cal Poly, Feb 09, 2013 ; Boise State, Mar 09, 2013

Doubles: 1, vs Cal Poly, Feb 09, 2013

Triples: 1, at Utah, Mar 29, 2013

Home runs: 1, Portland State, Mar 02, 2013 ; Boise State, Mar 09, 2013

Total bases: 5, Boise State, Mar 09, 2013

RBI: 3, Portland State, Mar 02, 2013 ; at Utah, Mar 29, 2013

Runs scored: 2, vs Cal Poly, Feb 09, 2013 ; Boise State, Mar 09, 2013

Walks: 3, Portland State, Mar 03, 2013

At bats: 4, vs Cal Poly, Feb 09, 2013

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