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    Katie Fleury

    Hometown:
    San Jose, CA

    High School:
    Archbishop Mitty

    Height:
    5-5

    Position:
    Infield

    Bats/Throws:
    R/R


    AS A SENIOR (2011): Earned all-BIG EAST second team honors in senior season for the Irish ... started 56 games at shortstop, batting .277 with six doubles, two triples, six home runs, 20 RBI, 16 stolen bases and 37 runs scored in the heart of the lineup ... finished career ranked second on the all-time Notre Dame list in walks drawn (99), third in runs (163), seventh in stolen bases (46), ninth in field assists (337) and 13th in home runs (20) ... went a perfect 3-for-3 with a double, a RBI and a stolen base against Louisiana-Lafayette (March 17) ... smashed first home run of the season and chipped in three RBI against Washington (March 18) ... blasted a first inning grand slam to lead Notre Dame to a game one shutout of Providence (April 2) ... tallied a total of three hits, two doubles and a home run, and scored five runs in a BIG EAST doubleheader at Syracuse (April 10) ... ripped a double and drove in three runs against Loyola-Chicago (April 13) at Melissa Cook Stadium ... closed season with a hit in 12 of the final 14 games, raising batting average from .218 to .277 in that span ... went a combined 5-for-8 (.625) and scored five times in a weekend conference series against St. John's (April 30-May 1) ... reached base in three of four plate appearances, clubbing a home run with three RBI and three runs scored in game one of a doubleheader at Connecticut (May 7) ... capped NCAA Ann Arbor Regional play with a 3-for-4 outing at No. 2 Michigan (May 21), contributing a double and two runs to the Irish offense.

    AS A JUNIOR (2010): Capped off an incredible third season with the Irish by earning All-American honors from the NFCA, the first true-shortstop in program history to cop the honor ... first team NFCA all-region ... first team all-BIG EAST ... finished first among BIG EAST players with .460 batting average in league play, while ranking second with a .561 on-base pct. and eight doubles ... set school's single-season record with 54 runs scored ... her .571 slugging pct. ranks 21st on the all-time chart ... drew 32 walks, good for third all-time ... sixth all-time with a .472 on-base pct. ... ranked 35th nationally with .950 runs/game, and 22nd with four sacrifice flies ... posted a .945 fielding pct. with 163 chances while having a hand in four double plays ... led the Irish in the season-opener by tying career highs with three runs and three hits against Creighton (Feb. 12) ... also stole one base against the Bluejays ... had two hits and scored twice at the Southern Miss Mizuno Classic (Feb. 20-21) ... posted three consecutive two-hit games at the Cavalier Invite ... 3-for-4 with two runs, two RBI, two doubles and a home run against Virginia (Feb. 27) ... homered in back-to-back games after a 1-for-2 day against Ohio State (March 6), scoring three times and driving in two scores ... two hits against Purdue (March 14) ... two RBI and two runs at Western Michigan (March 18) ... walked three times against Eastern Michigan (March 23) and stole three bases against Toledo (March 24) ... 3-for-4 with two RBI in the series finale at Seton Hall (March 28) ... went 6-for-11 with five runs, four RBI and one double during the three games with the Pirates ... extending hitting streak to eight games with one hit in both ends of a home doubleheader with Rutgers (April 1-3) including a double, sacrifice fly and sacrifice bunt ... drew three walks in the series with USF (April 10-11) ... drove in a run with a sacrifice fly against the Bulls in the series finale, one of two sac flies for the Irish in the 2-0 win ... tripled and doubled during a three-game series at Louisville (April 17-18) ... 2-for-4 with two doubles and scored twice in the first of two games at DePaul (April 22) ... four RBI during an April 24 twinbill with Villanova ... rode an 11-game hitting streak from April 14-24 ... scored at least twice in six of 11 games from April 21-May 13 ... reached base five times at St. John's (May 9), going 3-for-3 with a double, two runs scored and two walks ... recorded her second hit and second run of the game against Providence (May 13) at the BIG EAST Tournament in the second inning to capture the Notre Dame single-season record with 53 taps on home plate.

    AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Started 57 games with 58 total appearances for the Irish ... five games with at least two RBI ... nine contests with two hits and a pair of contests with three hits ... enjoyed a six-game hitting streak from March 22-28 ... hit .240 with 41 hits ... seven doubles ... 21 RBI and 86 total bases ... slugged at a .386 rate ... had back-to-back two-hit contests at the Bama Bash to start the season ... went 2-for-3 with two RBI and a home run against East Carolina (Feb. 14) and posted two hits versus No. 1 Alabama later that day ... scored twice against Sacramento State (Feb. 20), then duplicated the feat against the Hornets two days later ... assisted on a game-ending triple play against UC Santa Barbara (March 8), the first in school history ... 2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored including a home run against Pacific (March 13), while helping the Irish overcome an early 3-0 deficit to post a 7-3 victory ... two hits and a solo home run against St. John's (March 22) ... 2-for-4 with two runs, two RBI and a home run at Georgetown (March 28) ... recorded three hits with a double and home run versus Northern Illinois (April 1) ... was one of three Irish players to homer in the fourth inning against the Huskies ... two hits and two runs scored versus Seton Hall (April 5) ... three hits with a double against Valparaiso (April 9) ... drove in a run with two hits against Rutgers (April 19) ... drove in two runs at Providence (April 30) ... notched a pair of RBI against Cleveland State (May 15) in the opening game of the NCAA Tournament ... season-high six assists came against DePaul (April 8) ... did not commit an error over a 25-game span from April 4-May 8 ... member of Notre Dame's Rosenthal Leadership Academy.

    AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Showed signs of maturity from day one in an Irish uniform ... one of two Irish freshmen - joining Brianna Jorgensborg - to earn all-BIG EAST honors, taking a spot on the third team ... tied for league-high marks with 17 runs scored and two triples ... also had a hand in six double plays at shortstop ... the first hit of her career came in the opener against Utah (Feb. 15), a fourth-inning double to center that plated a run ... went 1-for-3 against Western Kentucky (Feb. 16) and scored once ... she was also hit by a pitch against the Hilltoppers, and would eventually come around to give Notre Dame a 3-1 lead on Christine Lux's sacrifice fly ... spoiled Amanda Scarborough's no-hitter when Notre Dame faced Texas A&M (Feb. 16) with her sixth-inning single to left ... drew a walk, laid down a sacrifice, and scored the game-winning run against California (Feb. 17) in the bottom of the seventh on Katie Laing's double ... finished 2-for-3 with a run scored against Gardner-Webb (Feb. 22) to start off the Aquafina Invitational ... drove in the deciding game-winning run against North Florida (Feb. 22) when she dropped a two-out single down the leftfield line to score Ashley Ellis from second base in the top of the fifth ... scored a run and put down a sacrifice bunt against Florida (Feb. 24) ... snapped a three-game hitting skid with a sneaky bunt past a charging Pacific (March 1) infield ... she would score the first of her two runs in that game when Katie Laing drove in the speedster with a double down the rightfield line ... had one hit and one sacrifice against UC Davis (March 1) ... scored twice and registered two hits against UC Riverside (March 4) ... singled with a sacrifice versus UCLA (March 7) ... began a five-game hitting streak with a single against Virginia Tech (March 8) ... notched the game-winning RBI-single in the sixth inning against CS Fullerton (March 8) by driving a change-up into rightfield ... stroked her second double of the season against CS Northridge (March 9) ... also showed some silky leather work against the Matadors with four putouts as the Irish defense held CS Northridge scoreless over the final six innings of the game ... drew one walk, roped one hit, and scored once against Towson (March 14) ... fired in a 2-for-3 effort against Charleston Southern (March 14) that included three RBI and three runs scored ... both of those hits came in a 10-run third inning ... also swiped one base in that game ... was walked twice in a March 15 meeting with Campbell ... drove in one run with a double while adding a sacrifice against Towson (March 15) ... filled the box score with two hits in three at-bats against Charleston Southern (March 15), chipping in two RBI and one run with a stolen base ... drew one walk, stole a base, and scored during an 8-0 win over IUPUI (March 26) in the home opener ... scored once at DePaul (March 30) in Notre Dame's 2-0 win over the Blue Demons ... also chalked a hit, stole one base, and drew a walk in that game with DePaul ... went 4-for-7 with two RBI and four runs scored during a doubleheader at Seton Hall (April 5) ... plated a pair of runs on two hits against Rutgers (April 14) ... in fact, her home run in game two with the Scarlet Knights was the first of her career and the first set out of Melissa Cook Stadium by an Irish batter ... she also scored the first run in stadium history one day earlier against Villanova (April 13) ... homered against Wisconsin (April 16) and filled the stat line with two hits in two at-bats, added two runs and drove in two more ... she was also walked twice and had two assists in that game ... her two-run homer in the fourth inning against the Badgers was the third dinger in the frame to set a new school record and helped Notre Dame overcome a 5-0 deficit to post an 11-5 win ... in game two at South Florida (April 20), laced a double and scored once while adding an RBI ... had multi-hit efforts at Purdue (April 22) and against Providence (April 26) ... also stole a career-high two bags against the Boilermakers ... sparked an 12-game hitting streak versus Loyola-Chicago (April 24) that lasted into the NCAA Tournament ... had three hits and scored three runs for the Irish and fell just a double short of fulfilling the cycle in the opening contest of NCAA Regional action against Kent State (May 16) ... singled, tripled and recorded her fourth home run of the season ... she was also joined in the home run department by Christine Lux and Linda Kohan, with each of the three home runs coming in the game's third inning ... it was the second time in school history the Irish hit three home runs in the same inning - a feat last accomplished exactly one month prior against Wisconsin (April 16) by the same trio ... recorded at least four putouts on three occasions that season and assisted five times in four games ... third on team with a .295 batting average ... tied for team lead with 10 stolen bases ... led Irish with 44 runs scored ... boasted a .463 slugging percentage, .415 on-base percentage, 52 hits, 31 RBI, seven doubles, three triples and 77 total bases ... played and started in each of Notre Dame's 61 contests.

    PREP AND PERSONAL:
    Played four seasons of high school ball at Archbishop Mitty (Calif.) ... led Archbishop Mitty to the Western Catholic League (WCAL) championships in each of her four seasons, posting a combined record of 73-19 ... spent her summers playing for the Sorcerer 18U Gold squad ... banged out a .425 average with four homers, five triples, nine doubles and 40 RBI ... also a standout field hockey player ... guided high school field hockey squad to the WCAL title in 2006 and 2007 ... daughter of Dani and Tim Fleury ... graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a degree in marketing.

    Fleury's Career Statistics

    Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD
    2008 .295 61-61 176 44 52 7 3 4 26 77 .438 31 5 33 1 .415 0 9 10-10 66 109 23 .884
    2009 .240 58-57 171 28 41 7 0 6 21 66 .386 16 1 19 2 .305 2 5 7-9 78 104 14 .929
    2010 .372 57-57 156 54 58 15 2 4 29 89 .571 32 1 19 0 .472 4 10 13-17 96 58 9 .945
    2011 .277 56-56 155 37 43 6 2 6 20 71 .458 20 2 15 3 .367 0 8 16-18 83 66 10 .937
    Total .295 232-231 658 163 194 35 7 20 96 303 .460 99 9 86 3 .391 6 32 46-54 323 337 56 .922
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