Amanda Robinson belted home run numbers four and five of the season on Tuesday.
At Utah Valley ... JUNIOR ~ (2013): A unanimous first team All-PCSC selection at first base ... appeared in 54 games in 2013, starting each of them ... batted .354 for the season with 31 RBIs, a team-leading seven home runs, and 10 doubles ... slugged a team-best .531 to go along with a .415 on-base percentage ... .531 slugging percentage good for third in the PCSC ... had 17 multi-hit games on the season and eight multi-RBI outings ... strung together an 11-game hit streak from March 12 to March 23, the second longest such streak on the team ... twice named PCSC Player of the Week ... picked up the season's first honor on Feb. 13 after going a combined 8-for-16 with a home run and three RBIs at the Red Desert Classic in St. George, Utah ... she had a hit in all five games at the Classic, including a pair in three of the five ... earned weekly honors again on Apr. 2 after going 10-for-17 during a five-game span the week prior ... went 2-for-3 with a two-RBI double, helping lift UVU to a 4-1 win over Utah -- its first-ever in Salt Lake City ... combined to go 8-for-14 with eight RBIs in the CSU Bakersfield series, including a walk-off, three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh to give the Wolverines a 3-1 win ... posted a four-RBI performance on Apr. 27 against Santa Clara, going 3-for-3 at the plate with a double and a home run ... served as the leadoff hitter for much of the season, batting .429 in that spot ... named to the PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll, her second career honor.
SOPHOMORE ~ (2012): Named the Great West Conference Player of the Year and to the All-GWC First Team ... a four-time conference player of the week during the season ... played in all 60 games and started 59 of them (with the majority in the outfield but also had a couple starts at first, second and third base) ... hit .301 with a team-high 13 home runs and 40 RBIs, the 13 homers are good enough for a new single-season school record ... also had seven doubles, three triples, scored 34 runs, walked 21 times and was 1-for-2 in stolen bases ... slugged .597 and posted a .382 on base percentage ... committed just seven errors for a .942 fielding percentage ... in PCSC-only play hit .224 with five homers and 14 RBIs ... helped the Wolverines to their first GWC Tournament title by hitting .500 with two homers and four RBIs ... had a seven-game hitting streak during the year, 15 multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI contests ... on April 6 vs. Northern Colorado went 2-for-3 with two home runs (a three-run shot and a grand slam) and a career high seven RBIs to single-handily defeat the Bears, 7-5.
FRESHMAN ~ (2011): Named the PCSC Mountain Division Freshman of the Year, to the All-PCSC First Team and to the All-GWC Second Team ... was a one-time conference Player of the Week on the year as well ... started and played in all 50 games on the season ... the outfielder hit .324 with a team-high nine homers, 47 hits, 33 runs scored and 18 walks ... she also posted four doubles, 32 RBIs, slugged .538 and held an on base percentage of .401 ... in PCSC-only play she hit .351 with five homers and 19 RBIs ... the freshman recorded 12 multi-hit games and posted a solid .982 fielding percentage (second best on the team of all starters) ... against Northern Colorado on April 23 she went 4-for-4 with a homer, two RBIs and two runs scored.
Before Utah Valley ...
Prepped at Lakewood HS in Lakewood, Calif. ... a four-year varsity softball starter and her team captain for three years ... her team was Moore League Champs all four years ... named First-Team All-League three different years and was a two-time First-Team Long Beach Press Telegram Dream Team selection ... won the CIF Award (Team Academic) all four years and was voted her teams offensive MVP twice.
Born June 23, 1992 ... graduated from Lakewood High School in 2010 ... majoring in History at UVU ... wants to visit Paris, Brazil, Spain and Cancun ... favorite team is the USC Trojans ... parents are Shawn & Monica Robinson and Leilani and John McEwen.