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Erica Field

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Erica
Field
Catcher

Height: 5’6″   Bats: R  Throws: R

Years Pro: 2nd year

College: James Madison

Hometown: Manassas, Va.

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PROFESSIONAL: Enters her second season in the NPF with the USSSA Pride. Field was drafted in the 2016 NPF College Draft by the USSSA Pride as the 18th overall pick.

2016 Season: Erica finished her rookie season hitting .091 in 11 at-bats with 1 run, 1 hit and 1 double.

COLLEGE: Three-time CAA Defensive Player of the Year. SENIOR (2016)NFCA First Team All-Region, CAA Defensive Player of the Year, CAA All-Tournament Team, All-CAA First Team. Broke the JMU All-Time Career Hits record (233) with a solo home run at No. 21 Arizona State. Broke JMU all-time career records for at bats, hits, doubles, sac flies and putouts. JUNIOR (2015): CAA Defensive Player of the Year, All-CAA First Team, NFCA First Team All-Northeast Region, ECAC Second Team All-Star, VaSID First Team All-State, CAA Championship All-Tournament Team, Broke four JMU single-season records for batting average (.427), hits (85), doubles (21) and total bases (139), set three JMU career records for doubles, RBIs and putouts. SOPHOMORE (2014): CAA co-Defensive Player of the Year, All-CAA First Team, NFCA First Team All-Region, CAA All-Tournament Team, CAA Player of the Week, College Sports Madness Preseason First Team All-CAA, JMU Athletic Director Scholar-AthleteFRESHMAN (2013): CAA All-Rookie Team, VaSID Second Team All-State, NFCA Leadoff Classic All-Tournament Team, CAA Player of the Week, CAA Rookie of the Week, JMU Athletics Director Scholar-Athlete.

PERSONAL: Born Erica Field on August 17, 1994 to Rita and Ben Field. Has one older sister, Alicia, who played softball at Virginia Tech. Has a younger brother named Daniel. Enjoys art, basketball and movies. Currently majoring in finance at James Madison University.