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Courtney Shea
Courtney  Shea

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Mountain Brook, Ala.

High School:
Mountain Brook

Height:
5-10

Position:
C

Experience:
2L

Bats/Throws:
L/R

05/20/2017

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

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

10/15/2016

10-15-16 Softball vs Wallace State CC-Dothan

10-15-16 Softball vs Wallace State CC-Dothan

10/02/2016

10-2-2016 Softball Alumni and Intrasquad Scrimmage

10-2-2016 Softball Alumni and Intrasquad Scrimmage

05/31/2016

5-31-16 Auburn Softball Trip to Oklahoma City and Practice

5-31-16 Auburn Softball Trip to Oklahoma City and Practice

05/22/2016

5-22-2016 Jacksonville State vs Auburn Softball NCAA Regional

5-22-2016 Jacksonville State vs Auburn Softball NCAA Regional


  HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Academic All-SEC (2015, 2016)
  • Top Tiger (2015)
  JUNIOR SEASON (2017)

  • Appeared in 59 games and started 56 as a catcher and designated player
  • Smacked 35 hits, including three doubles and five home runs, and had 33 RBI
  • Led team with seven sacrifices, including a team-high five sacrifice flies
  • Appeared in 23 SEC contests, drawing 22 starts
  • Held a perfect fielding percentage and threw out two runners
  • Hit .280 with runners on base, including .275 runners in scoring position
  • Successfully advanced runners at a .500 clip
  • Notched 10 multi-RBI games and seven multi-hit contests
  • Tallied 10 game-clinching plays by way of eight game-winning RBI and two times crossing the plate for the winning run twice
  • Made first start of the season in 2017 opener versus Oklahoma (2/9)
  • Drilled first home run of the season and added a single against SIUE (2/17)
  • Smacked roundtrippers to highlight wins over Yale (2/25) and James Madison (2/25)
  • Tallied two-hit performances in non-conference bouts with the College of Charleston (3/4) and Illinois (3/18)
  • Secured the game-clinching RBI in all three wins at Georgia (3/31-4/2)
  • Soared a home run and tallied two RBI versus Kennesaw State (4/19)
  • Boasted a two-hit game in the NCAA Regional victory over Cal (5/21)
  SOPHOMORE SEASON (2016)

  • Finished the season with a .225 batting average over 111 at-bats
  • Collected 29 RBI over the course of the seasons
  • Homered eight times, including three times in back-to-back games
  • Racked up 98 putouts in 52 games played
  • Held a .312 on-base percentage and a .495 slugging clip
  • Went 1-for-1 against Appalachian State (2/14) collecting three RBI on one swing with a 3-run home run
  • Launched a homer in back-to-back games on the same day versus James Madison (2/20) and DePaul (2/20)
  • Picked up two hits and one RBI against Boston College (2/25-2/26)
  • Had two home runs, four RBI and four runs in starts behind the plate in contests with St. John's (2/27) and Indiana State (2/28)
  • Smacked a home run and had two RBI at Kentucky (4/2)
  • Plated two in a pinch-hit role against Longwood (4/10)
  • Totaled five RBI, three runs and two homers at Arkansas (4/15-4/17)
  • Picked up two hits and scored twice in the NCAA Regional contests with USC Upstate (5/21) and Jacksonville State (5/22)
  • Drew three pinch-hit opportunities in the Women's College World Series Championship Series against Oklahoma (6/6-6/8)
  FRESHMAN SEASON (2015)

  • Made 26 starts for the Tigers, 25 as a catcher and one as designated player
  • Appeared in 12 other games as a pinch hitter
  • Hit .297 with one home run and was walked 12 times
  • Tallied 13 RBI and 19 hits throughout the year
  • First collegiate hit came against UAB (2/6) in the second game of the year, part of a 1-for-2 day with one RBI and one run scored
  • Hit first collegiate home run in a 2-for-2 performance with five RBI against Georgia State (2/12)
  • Went 2-for-2 with a run scored at home against Eastern Illinois (2/14)
  • Posted a four-game hitting streak from (2/14-2/18)
  HIGH SCHOOL

  • Played at Mountain Brook High School while also playing for the Birmingham Thunderbolts travel team
  • During junior season at Mountain Brook, was part of a 25-12 team under first-year head coach Erin Wright and batted .554 with 27 RBI, nine home runs and 16 runs scored
  • Named to the Alabama Class 6A All-State team as a catcher in the spring of 2014
  • Over last three seasons, batted .630 with 75 hits in 119 at-bats and 54 RBI and captained team to the Alabama 6A High School North Central Regional Quarterfinals
  PERSONAL

  • Daughter of Richard and Beth Shea
  • Father, Richard, played football for Auburn from 1988-91
  • Has a sister, Caroline
  • Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts
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