Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
#35 Brittany Lastrapes
Position: Outfield
Height: 5'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Laguna Niguel, Calif.
High School: Laguna Hills
Experience: 3 Letters

2010: Garnered first team All-America honors for second straight year ... Named first team All-Pac-10 for third year in a row ... Was on list of 25 players considered for USA Softball Player of the Year ... Earned first team NFCA All-Pacific Region ... Started all 66 games in left field, giving her 162 consecutive starts, all in left field ... Her combined power and speed makes her one of the most dangerous lead-off hitters in the game ... Led the team with a .413 batting average batting lead-off for all 66 games ... Top two on the team in batting average (1st), slugging percentage (2nd), on base percentage (2nd), runs scored (t-1st), hits (1st), doubles (1st), total bases (1st), walks (2nd) and at bats (2nd) ... Knocked 17 doubles, which tied her for fifth for doubles in a season in Arizona history and gave her 49 on her career, already good enough to tie for seventh for doubles in a career in Arizona history ... 34 of her 90 hits were for extra bases, including 16 home runs, causing a very admirable .720 slugging percentage ... Set the season record for home runs (3) and RBI (7) in a March 11 game with St. Johns ... Ended season on an eight game hitting streak ... Had multi-hit games in just under half of her games played (32 of 66) which was best on the team ... Had a 15 game hit streak from March 12 to April 3 ... Reached base in all but three games ... Was struck out only 20 times in 261 total plate appearances ... Stole a career-high seven bases on eight attempts ... Tucson Regional: Blasted a two-run home run in the first matchup with Hofstra ... Scored four runs and batted in three in the Wildcats' three games ... Collected her only triple of the season on a shot to right field in Arizona's Regional clinching game vs. Hofstra ... Tucson Super Regional: Scored two of Arizona's 10 runs in the second game against BYU in a 2-for-4 performance ... WCWS: Named to All-WCWS Team for her 13-for-27 effort the series... Hit safely in all seven games including two, three-hit games ... Doubled twice in Arizona's second matchup with Tennessee.

2009: Started all 63 games in left field ... Established herself as on of the best all-around hitters in the game ... Was Arizona's only first team NFCA All-American, and was on the list of 30 for USA Softball Player of the Year ... First team All-Pac-10 and All-NFCA West Region selection ... Named the Pac-10 Player of the Week for April 13-19 ... Hit a career high 17 home runs and 64 RBI ... Her 19 doubles tied her with K'Lee Arredondo's 2008 mark for third on the UA single season list ... The 104 hits she tallied led the Pac-10 and was among the nation's best ... Drew 30 walks, a career best ... Her .481 average at the plate led the team, and her 14 strikeouts were the least among regulars ... Credited with five at-bats on eight separate occasions ... Knocked in a career-high eight RBI in against Saint Joseph's on March 8, tying her for fourth on the Arizona all-time single-game list ... Hit two home runs in the same game ... Had 15 multiple RBI games, and led the squad with 37 multiple hit games including 13 3+ hit games ... Never struck out more than once in a single game ... Louisville, Ky. Regional: Tallied eight hits through three games, scoring four runs and playing five RBI against the field in Kentucky ... Drew two walks and tallied two putouts in those games ... Hit a two-bagger against UT Martin ... Palo Alto, Calif. Super Regional: Scattered seven hits in three games off of Stanford ace Missy Penna ... Dropped her 100th hit of the season in game three ... Knocked in two clutch RBI in game two, an elimination game for UA ... Plated another run with a two-hit performance in game three ... Scored five runs in the Super Regional round ... WCWS: Tallied a hit in both games, drew a walk and snagged a putout against Florida ... Finished the season on an 11-game hitting streak.

2008: Started 57 games in left field ... First team All-Pac-10, along with a second team All-Pacific Region commendation ... Filled the void left by Caitlin Lowe and solidified her spot as the leadoff hitter in the second game of the season ... WCWS: Batted 1-for-7 in two games, drawing a walk against Alabama while tallying two putouts in left ... Tucson Super Regional: Hit .300 (3-for-10) in three games, including a wind-driven insurance homer that started as a sure fly-out to left centerfield, but wrapped around the left field foul pole for the final run of Game 1, a 3-1 victory. She also doubled in her first at-bat, and later opened the scoring on a Jenae Leles RBI single ... Carried a five game hitting, and a four game RBI streak into Game 3 ... Hempstead, N.Y. Regional: Batted .833 (5-for-6) on Long Island tallying at least one hit and RBI in every game ... Scored three runs on five different occasions, including Game 2 against Hofstra ... Was the only player to have six at-bats in a single game, and did it twice ... Had four RBI against Creighton on March 7 ... Bested that mark with a five-RBI game against Oregon State on April 27 ... Had a 10-game hitting streak through the midway portion of the season, good for second on the team ... Also nabbed an eight-game streak heading into Pac-10 play ... Socked seven homers, besting her predecessor Lowe's freshman mark of four ... Finished the season at the top of the charts in batting average, at .364.

High School: Laguna Hills High School, Laguna Niguel, Calif., 2007 ... Her club team the Orange County Batbusters won the 2006 18-gold national championship ... Member of the 2006-07 gold medal-winning U.S. Junior National Team ... Was named MVP from the ISF Junior Women's World Championships ... Southern Section Division III Player of the Year ... Has been on the honor roll every year since grade school.