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Molly Bergeson
Molly  Bergeson


Cleveland, IL

Last College:
Bradley University





SB | Zapanta Excels on Day 1 of UCR Tourney

Kimiko Zapanta reached base seven times on Friday from the leadoff spot.

2007: Was named the PCSC Player of the Week for the week of March her first season as a Gael she led the team with a .362 batting average...she led the Gaels in several offensive categories including hits (62), triples (4), and on-base percentage (.421)...was second on the team in runs with 29, third on the team with 11 stolen bases and fourth on the team with eight doubles...her .362 average and 62 hits were fifth in the conference...she led the conference with four triples...was named to the SMC Invite All-Tournament Team...during the SMC Invite she had seven hits and three runs and at one point during the weekend she reached base in six straight appearances...scored the walk-off run against No. 17 Oregon

Came to Saint Mary's from Bradley University as a junior

2006 (Bradley): Was one of two players to play in all 48 of the teams games...made 47 starts...was second on the team with a .299 average...lead the team in both hits, runs and stolen bases with 43, 25 and 10, respectively...was named the teams impact player of the year.

2005 (Bradley): One of two players to start all 51 games, she led the team with 30 runs scored and five triples...drew a team-best 15 walks and was second on the team with 44 hits...her five triples were the most by a Bradley player since 2000 and tied for the sixth best season total in school history...had 10 multi-hit games...pitched in 15 games with 13 starts, going 3-8.

High School: A three-time all-state selection by the Illinois Coaches Association...helped lead Geneseo to an 89-20 (.817) record over the last three years and a total of 121 victories during her four-year career... two-time team MVP, she garnered all-conference honors three times and was also a three-time pick for the Quad Cities all-Metro a senior she posted a 22-3 record in the circle to go along with an 0.87 ERA...She also had school season records with a .527 batting average and 51 runs scored as Geneseo went 36-3 in 2004 en route to its third consecutive conference, regional and sectional titles...her final career record in the circle was an impressive 56-16 and she had a 0.88 career ERA with 418 strikeouts and 23 shutouts.

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