Carlee Wallace
Carlee  Wallace


Alpine, Calif.

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Women's College World Series All-Tournament Team (2015)

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 also walking 31 times...In conference play, Wallace stayed consistent throughout the year, hitting .250 with 13 hits, seven runs scored, three home runs and nine RBI...In the field, Wallace's arm was on display multiple times throughout the year as she caught eight base runners attempting to steal throughout the year, four coming in conference play...Made her first collegiate start at catcher vs. Troy (2/5) during the season-opener...Notched her first collegiate hit in the third game of the year vs. Evansville (2/7), part of a 1-for-2 day with one run scored...Five games later, Wallace hit her first collegiate home run vs. Mercer (2/14), going 2-for-3 in the game with three RBI and one run scored...Wallace hit three home runs over the next four games vs. Mercer (2/14), Eastern Illinois (2/14) and Winthrop (2/15), becoming one of the fastest freshman in the SEC to have four home runs or more on the year...Started all four games of the 2015 Women's College World Series as the Auburn catcher...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...Overall, in the NCAA Tournament, she hit .348, reaching base 19 times, 10 by way of the base on balls...All six of her tournament RBI came in the world series...Had a season-high four RBI vs. UCLA (5/30) in Auburn's second elimination game of the world series, part of a 2-for-4 day against the Bruins that helped Auburn to an 11-10 win in 10 innings, reaching the semifinals of Women's College World Series...Multi-hit games on eight occasions throughout the seasons, including three-straight two-hit games in the world series vs. Tennessee (5/30), UCLA (5/30) and Florida (5/31)...Only went 3-for-11 in the SEC Tournament, including 1-for-5 vs. Tennessee (5/9) in the SEC Tournament Championship, but that lone hit was the game-winning single, scoring Emily Carosone in the ninth inning to give Auburn its first-ever SEC Tournament Championship.

Playing multiple positions with her primary coming at catcher and infield, Wallace was named to the 2013 All-San Diego Section Second Team and 2013 CIF Small Schools Second Team after this past season...Wallace was named the 11th-best player in the country by StudentSports.com as she goes into her senior season after leading her travel team, the So Cal Athletics, to their fourth-straight PGF 18U National Championship under coach Bruce Richardson. Over 10 games, she hit .440 with 11 RBI and proved she had a strong arm in the championship game after making multiple big plays on defense behind the plate.

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