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Kelsey Bruder

RETIRED

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Kelsey
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Outfield

Height: 5’5″   Bats: L   Throws:RYears Pro: 3rd year

College: Florida

Hometown: Corona, CA

2012 SEASON: Kelsey Bruder batted .231 for the Pride in 2011, hitting a home run and batting in 13 runs in 65 At Bats.

PROFESSIONAL: Drafted with the 1st pick in the 2nd round to the Florida Pride as a result of a trade with the Diamonds. 2011: Joined the Florida for her 1st NPF Season…Had a .205 batting average in 39 at-bats…Had 3 RBI…Had a .205 slugging percentage…Had a .200 on-base percentage.

COLLEGE: Graduated from the University of Florida in 2011…Named a Honda Sports Award Recipient (2011)…Named a Ben Hill Griffin Award Winner (2011)…Named a NCAA Top VIII Award Recipient (2011)…Named to the preseason All-SEC Team (2011)…Recognized as the SEC Player of the Week 3 times…Named a Capital One Academic All-American (2011)…Named to the Lousville Slugger/NFCA Coaches Asscoiation All-Southeastern Region Team (2011)…Awarded the SEC Softball Player of the Year (2011)…Named to the 1st Team All-SEC (2011)…Named the Conference Athlete of the Year (2011)…Named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American Team (2011)… Named an ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District III 1st Team (2010)…Named an Academic All-America 3rd Team selection (2010) … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll (2010) … Named a Louisville Slugger/NFCA 2ndTeam All-America selection (2009) … Named an Easton 1st Team All-American  (2009)…Named to the NFCA All-Southeast Region Team (2009) … Named to the All-SEC 1st Team (2009)…Named to the SEC All-Defensive Team (2009)…Named to the SEC All-Tournament Team (2009) …Recognized as the USA Softball National Player of the Week 2 times…Named an ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III 2nd Team Member (2009) … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll (2009). SENIOR: Had a .387 batting average in 199 at-bats…Hit 19 homeruns…Had 71 RBI…Had a .764 slugging percentage…Had a .510 on-base percentage.  JUNIOR: Had a .367 batting average in 180 at-bats…Hit 16 homeruns…Had 49 RBI…Had a .728 slugging percentage…Had a .444 on-base percentage.  SOPHOMORE: Had a .369 batting average in 195 at-bats…Hit 16 homeruns…Had 68 RBI…Had a .713 slugging percentage…Had a .464 on-base percentage.  FRESHMAN: Had a .133 batting average in 45 at-bats…Hit 1 homerun…Had 11 RBI…Had a .244 slugging percentage…Had a .200 on-base percentage.

PERSONAL: Graduated from Santiago High School in Corona, California in 2007 … Won the Mountain View League in 2004 with her High School Team … Won the California Interscholastic Federation Division II Southern Section Championship in 2004 … Earned 1st Team All-Mountain View League and 1st Team All-Riverside County honors in 2004 and 2005 … Maintained a 4.0 GPA through high school … Played travel ball for the Anaheim OC Batbusters, coached by Tyronne Davis, and the California Raiders, coached by Raleen Bruder … Won the 2004 ASA 14-Under Class and a National Championship in 2004 with the Raiders.