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Carlee Wallace
Carlee  Wallace


Alpine, Calif.

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Four Tigers Tabbed NFCA All-Southeast Region

Carlee Wallace named first team, Kaylee Carlson and Kasey Cooper earned second team, Alyssa Rivera tabbed third team


Kasey Cooper Named Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Four Tabbed All-SEC

Carlson, Cooper, Rivera, Wallace earn All-SEC honors after 2017 regular seasons


Carlee Wallace Named SEC Player of the Week

Wallace paced the Tigers last weekend with a .538 batting average through seven hits, including three for extra bases


05-20-17 Softball vs Cal Golden Bears NCAA Regional

05-20-17 Softball vs Cal Golden Bears NCAA Regional


10-2-2016 Softball Alumni and Intrasquad Scrimmage

10-2-2016 Softball Alumni and Intrasquad Scrimmage


6-5-2016 FSU vs Auburn Softball Women's College World Series

6-5-2016 FSU vs Auburn Softball Women's College World Series


6-2-2016 UCLA vs Auburn Women's College World Series Game One

6-2-2016 UCLA vs Auburn Softball Women's College World Series Game One


5-29-16 Arizona vs Auburn Softball Super Regional Game 3

5-29-16 Arizona vs Auburn Softball Super Regional Game 3


  • Academic All-SEC (2016, 2017)
  • All-SEC First Team (2017)
  • All-SEC Defensive Team (2017)
  • NFCA All-Southeast Region First Team (2017)
  • NFCA All-Southeast Region Second Team (2016)
  • Puerto Vallarta Challenge All-Tournament Team (2017)
  • SEC All-Tournament Team (2016)
  • SEC Player of the Week (April 4, 2017)
  • WCWS All-Tournament Team (2015)

  • Started all 61 games either at catcher or as the designated player
  • Hit .333 with a team-high .599 slugging percentage and a .464 on-base clip
  • Guided team with 59 hits, 20 doubles and 52 RBI
  • Only catcher and one of just six players to rank in the top 15 in the SEC in batting average, slugging percentage and on-base percentage
  • One of only three players in the SEC to amass 25-plus extra-base hits and 50-plus RBI
  • 20 doubles led the SEC, ranked third in the nation and was the most by an Auburn player since 2001
  • Touted .304/.396/.481 slash line in SEC-only games
  • Hit .333 with runners on base, including .327 with runners in scoring position
  • Paced club with 15 multi-RBI games and 14 contests with multiple hits
  • Directly involved in a team-best 14 game-winning plays by way of an RBI or run scored
  • Opened season with 15-game on-base streak
  • Belted first home run of the season against SIUE (2/16)
  • Went 2-for-3 with a roundtripper versus UMass-Lowell (2/24)
  • Had career day at the plate with a 3-for-3 showing, including one home run and two doubles, and had five RBI against Liberty (3/2)
  • Secured three hits in tilt with the College of Charleston (3/4)
  • Racked up three RBI in non-conference clashes with USF (3/17) and Ohio State (3/18)
  • Tallied seven hits, including one double, triple and home run, to go along with four RBI and four runs scored in series sweep of Georgia (3/31-4/2)
  • Produced back-to-back 2-for-3 showings against Ole Miss (4/9) and Georgia State (4/12)
  • Blasted walk-off grand slam to clinch the series versus Mississippi State (4/29)
  • Secured one hit in each contest with Alabama (5/5-5/7)
  • Combined for five RBI with two doubles in NCAA Regional showdowns with East Tennessee State (5/19) and Cal (5/21)

  • Racked up 167 putouts over 63 games played
  • Homered five times on the season and finished with a .471 slugging percentage
  • Rounded out the year with a .287 batting average, collecting 42 RBI and a .436 on-base clip
  • Went 2-for-3 against Butler (2/13) with a double and a home run, collecting two RBI and scoring three times
  • Had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI versus Fordham (2/21)
  • Went 2-for-3 in a contest with Indiana (3/4), driving in two RBI and collecting eight putouts
  • Racked up four hits, including a double and a homer, three RBI and three runs in a doubleheader against Georgia State (3/6)
  • Went 4-for-5 with a double and a roundtripper while also adding two RBI and two runs versus Florida (3/12-3/13)
  • Reached base in all three plate appearances by way of two singles and a walk, while later scoring a run against South Carolina (3/25)
  • Scored four runs, added an RBI and contributed a double at Arkansas (4/15-4/16)
  • Went 4-for-9 with four RBI and a double in a series matchup with Georgia (4/22-4/24)
  • Smashed a home run and had two RBI in a duel with Florida (5/13)
  • Plated two in the NCAA Super Regionals finale versus Arizona (5/29)
  • Drew two walks and added a single in the opening game of the Women's College World Series against UCLA (6/2)
  • Blasted a roundtripper, scored twice and chimed in three RBI versus Florida State (6/5)
  • Drew two walks, scored a run and contributed a single in the WCWS Championship Series versus Oklahoma (6/6-6/8)

  • Played in 59 games during her first season as a Tiger starting 51 at the catcher and designated player position
  • Batted .281 with 39 hits, 18 for extra bases, eight home runs and 29 RBI
  • Also scored 24 runs and slugged .525, while walking 31 times
  • Hit a team-high .462 with six hits, three for doubles and six RBI, en route to being named to the Women's College World Series All-Tournament Team
  • In the NCAA Tournament, hit .348, reaching base 19 times, 10 by way of the base on balls
  • Made first collegiate start at catcher versus Troy (2/5) during the season-opener
  • notched first collegiate hit in the third game of the year against Evansville (2/7)
  • Hit first collegiate home run versus Mercer (2/14), going 2-for-3 in the game with three RBI
  • Drilled three home runs over the next three games against Mercer (2/14), Eastern Illinois (2/14) and Winthrop (2/15)
  • Hit game-winning single in the ninth inning to give Auburn its first-ever SEC Tournament Championship in a battle with Tennessee (5/9)
  • Had a season-high four RBI against UCLA (5/30)
  • Tallied three-straight two-hit games in the Women's College World Series versus Tennessee (5/30), UCLA (5/30) and Florida (5/31)

  • Named to the 2013 All-San Diego Section Second Team and 2013 CIF Small Schools Second Team
  • Tabbed the 11th-best player in the country by
  • Led travel team, the So Cal Athletics, to their fourth-straight PGF 18U National Championship under coach Bruce Richardson

  • Daughter of Emory and Gena Wallace
  • Enrolled in the College of Education
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