Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
#21 Stacie Chambers
Position: Catcher
Height: 5'11"
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Glendale, Ariz.
High School: Cactus
Experience: 3 Letters

2010: Earned second-consecutive first team All-Pac-10, and second consecutive All-America honors, being tabbed as a second-team NFCA All-American ... Was a first-team selection to the NFCA All-Pacific-Region ... Named to the preseason USA Softball Player of the Year Watch List ... Started 58 games at catcher and eight as the designated player ... Has started all 189 games in the last three years ... One of the best power-hitting catchers in the history of the game ... Received Pac-10 Player of the Week honors (April 15-22), going 4-for-8 at the plate with seven RBI and three homers against Stanford ... Tied for first on the team in home runs with 21, tying for the tenth best mark in a season in school history ... Drove home 77 runs, third best in the country ... Drew a team-leading 62 walks, a figure that ranked ninth nationally ... Also led team in slugging percentage (.803), on base percentage (.519), triples (3) and sac flies (3) ... Hit three doubles against Minnesota on March 14, 2010 ... Has hit an average of just above 22 home runs per season through her first three and needs 19 in her senior campaign to become Arizona's all-time home run leader, and 24 to become the all-time NCAA home run queen ... Already finds herself on Arizona career top-10 lists for RBI (8th; 222), walks (4th, 126) and home runs (4th; 67) ... Had 16 multi-hit games, three of which were multi-HR games ... Had 23 games with two or more RBI ... Tucson Regional: Went three for four with four RBI and a home run through the first two games ... Was hitless in game three vs. Hofstra but walked twice (once intentionally) and scored both times ... Tucson Super Regional: Was hitless in four at bats ... tied a season-high with three bases on balls in the second game ... WCWS: Hit four homers, three of which came in the championship series against UCLA, including two-two run shots in the final game of the season ... Tallied one hit in her first twelve at bats before going 5-for-7 with eight RBI to conclude the series.

2009: Started 61 games at catcher and two as the designated player, and has now started in every Arizona game for the last two seasons ... First team All-Pac-10, and third team NFCA All-American ... First team All-NFCA West Region, and was named Pac-10 Player of the Week twice ... Was also named the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week (March 10-17) ... One of 10 finalists for the USA Softball Player of the Year Award ... Led the nation in home runs, RBI and both per game marks ... Established herself as one of the most feared hitters in the game with 31 homers and 96 RBI ... Has already eclipsed the Arizona career top 10 home run charts, with 46 to her credit in just two years of NCAA competition, and is currently the only left handed hitter on the list ... The homers were the second most in NCAA history for a single season ... Her 96 ribbies tied her for fifth on the UA RBI in a season list ... Needs 38 RBI in 2010 to crack the Arizona top 10 for career ribbies ... Lowered her strikeout numbers from 2008 and upped her numbers in almost every statistical category ... Had three weekends in which she hit 15 or more RBI, including two 17 RBI weekends ... Also had 22 multiple RBI games with a team high six 5+ RBI affairs ... Tallied seven multi-home run games ... Scored three runs on four separate occasions ... Had a career-best four hits against Utah on Feb. 21 ... Louisville, Ky. Regional: Hit the NCAA record breaking 126th home run for UA in the Regional opener against UT Martin ... Tallied a mind-boggling nine RBI, including two home runs, against Louisville on May 16, tying Jennie Finch for second-most RBI in a single game in Arizona history ... The mark was the highest in Arizona postseason history ... Had one hit in the Regional clincher against Purdue, and was plunked by a pitch ... Palo Alto, Calif. Super Regional: Singled in the second game of the series, then nabbed 14 putouts, all strikeouts, in the deciding game three ... WCWS: Was hitless in six at bats, but tallied 13 putouts behind the plate.

2008: Started 54 games as the designated player and played in every game of the campaign ... WCWS: Tallied UA's only RBI in the tournament, a single to shallow left against Alabama that scored K'Lee Arredondo ... Tucson Super Regional: Was hitless in the three games against Oklahoma, but drew a walk in each ... Hempstead, N.Y. Regional: Batted .667 (4-for-6) including two hits in game one against Canisius. She also jacked a two-run homer in game two against Hofstra coupled with a sacrifice fly for a three-RBI game, and tallied a hit and two walks in the clinching Game 3 ... Significantly lowered her strikeout numbers towards the end of the season, whiffing only four times in her last 15 games ... Her 12 multi-RBI games were second on the team to Jenae Leles ... Her 12-game hitting streak was the longest of the season by any player ... Became the first newcomer to slug more than 10 HR since Chelsie Mesa in 2006 ... Recorded at least one hit in 20 of her first 25 games ... Had two homers and five RBI against LSU on February 24 ... Hit two home runs in the Garman Classic, against Florida State and Fullerton ... Smoked what turned out to be the game-winning home run in the first conference game at Stanford, an eighth-inning three-run bomb to right center to break a 1-1 tie ... Finished tied for second on the team in homers with 15 in her first spring appearance.

2007: Was not available to play due to a head injury she suffered during UA's fall tournament.

High School: Cactus High School, Glendale, Ariz., 2006 ... Named an NFCA first-team All-American in 2005 and 2006 ... Gatorade State Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006 ... Two-time Diamond Sport High School Catcher of the Year ... Tied for second place nationally for home runs in a career with 48 ... Holds Arizona state record for home runs in a single season with 20 ... Part of the 2006 ASA Gold 18-under national championship Orange County Batbusters team ... Led Cactus to 4A Division Championships in 2003, 2004 and 2006.