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33 Alyssa Palomino-Cardoza

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Name
Alyssa Palomino-Cardoza
Position
OF
B/T
L/L
Ht
5'10
Birthday
May 29, 1997

Professional:

This is Alyssa’s first year playing professionally for the USSSA Pride.

College:

University of Arizona

  • Has battled torn ACLs in each of her knees during her career, her right ACL costing her true freshman season (2016) and her left ACL costing her UA’s 2017 postseason
  • Has been a four-year starter, three seasons in center field – where she has never committed an error – (2017, 2019-20) and one season at first base (2018) while working back from her second ACL surgery
  • A first-team NFCA All-American each of the last two seasons they were awarded (2018-19), UA’s first player to earn back-to-back All-America honors since Brittany Lastrapes (2010-11)
  • Three-time all-conference player, including back-to-back first-team selections
  • Enters 2021 with 61 career homers, tied for eighth most in school history and 14th in Pac-12 history