18 Stephanie Thompson
18 Stephanie Thompson
Year: Junior
Hometown: Chino, CA
High School: Chino Hills
Position: IF
Bats/Throws: R/R

In 2011:  Selected to the Second Team Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division I Northeast Region Team and was a Second Team All-Ivy Selection … Led the nation with a .504 batting average and ranked 12th in the country with a .558 on base percentage …  Ranked first in the Ivy League in homeruns (13), and was first on the team in nearly all offensive categories, including hits (58), runs scored (37), doubles (11), and RBI (31) … Started in all of Brown’s 37 games and helped the Bears to a 14-22-1 record with an 8-12 record in the league. 

In 2010: Made an immediate impact this season starting in all 42 games at third base for the Bears … Was second on the team in batting average (.351) to rank ninth overall in the Ivy League … Also Ranked second on the team in hits (47) and eighth in the Ivy League, was second on the team in doubles (16), RBI (24) and runs scored (27)  … Had a fielding percentage of 89 percent and had 46 putouts …  Tallied four RBI vs. Yale (4/30), and posted two doubles against both Columbia (4/3) and Bryant (4/27)….   Had her first collegiate homerun against Yale (4/30) and tallied her second one against Yale (5/1).

Before Brown: A three-year varsity softball player from Chino Hills High School ... Named the Chino Hills High School Athlete of the Year in 2009 and was a team captain ...Earned a batting average of .326 and received the 2009 Husky Silver Slugger Award (.494) ... Also received All-Sierra League First Team honors, led her team to a CIF semi-final appearance and was named a Sierra League Outstanding Player ... Received the Husky softball career achievement award, and has Chino Hills softball school records with her a season batting average of .483 and also for the highest career total batting average (.370) ... Was also a member of the softball team and volleyball team.

Personal: Is the daughter of John and Valerie Thompson ... Concentration is Undecided.