KORA WADE

SENIOR (2019): All-Mountain West First Team . . . NFCA All-Pacific Region First Team . . . driven the group with a .401 batting normal, recording 71 hits on the season — the fourth-most elevated complete in a solitary season . . . posted an on-base level of .446 and a slugging level of .548 . . . scored 49 sudden spikes in demand for the season with nine copies, four triples and three homers . . . koragame

likewise a fear on the base ways, taking 25 bases . . . arrived at base in 37-back to back games during the season to tie the program record . . . drew a walk and included a taken base in the success over Boston College, while likewise going 2-for-4 with a leadoff triple against Northwestern State (Feb. 8) . . . scored a hit in three at-bats while including a taken base in a 2-1 win over Northwestern State (Feb. 10) . . . scored once while likewise recording a taken base in a success over UC Riverside (Feb. 15) . . . went 3-for-5 with two runs and a taken base in a success over Loyola Marymount, likewise driving in a run (Feb. 16) . . . significantly increased against Long Beach State in a triumph (Feb. 16) . . . multiplied and homered in a success over Michigan State, while finishing the day 3-for-4 with three runs (Feb. 23) . . . included duplicates against Yale (Feb. 23) and Grand Canyon (Feb. 24) toward the end of the week for three-straight game with an extra-fair hit . . . had a stand-apart end of the week at the San Diego Classic, finishing the week 5-for-15 with five runs and a triple (March 1-3) . . . recorded a couple of taken bases in a success over Pacific (March 8) . . . multiplied twice to bat in a couple of runs while finishing the game 3-for-4 with a taken base in a success over Sacramento State (March 9) . . . was 3-for-4 with a twofold and a taken base in the second game against UNLV (March 16) . . . scored a run against Harvard while finishing the day 3-for-4 at the plate (March 19) . . . batted in a couple of runs in the arrangement against San Diego State, including a grand slam (March 22-23) . . . significantly increased against San José State to end the arrangement 4-for-10 with three runs (March 29-31) . . . took a couple of bases against Utah State, finishing the arrangement 5-for-11 with five runs and a RBI (April 12-14) . . . took a couple of bases in the initial round of the arrangement against New Mexico (April 18) . . . multiplied in the second round of the arrangement and finished the end of the week a consolidated 6-for-13 with four runs (April 18-20) . . . batted in a couple of runs on a twofold in the second round of the a doubleheader against Idaho State, finishing the game 2-for-3 (April 23) . . . finished the arrangement against Nevada with a grand slam to bat in three runs, finishing the game 3-for-5 at the plate with three runs (April 28) . . . was 4-for-10 at the plate with a run and a taken base against Colorado State (May 3-5) . . . multiplied in the second game against Fresno State (May 10) . . . batted in a couple of runs and attracted a walk the NCAA Tournament (May 17-19).

JUNIOR (2018): Third-Team All-NFCA Pacific Region . . . Mountain West Player of the Week . . . A reliable power in the setup . . . One of two Broncos to begin in each of the 56 games, beginning in centerfield . . . Batted .380/.446/.409, scoring 52 races to lead the group . . . Hit seven duplicates . . . Took 31 bases on the year, useful for second on the Boise State single-season record book . . . Was discovered taking just multiple times . . . Opened the season by multiplying in a 3-for-5 exertion in the opener against South Dakota. Additionally batted in a run while scoring twice (Feb. 8) . . . Scored twice with a twofold while going 2-for-4 at the plate against Indiana (Feb. 9) . . . Hit the main grand slam of her vocation against Saint Mary’s, while including a twofold and scoring threefold (Feb. 10) . . . Went 2-for-3 with a run against UTEP, and went 2-for-4 soon thereafter against Iowa State (Feb. 16) . . . Gained the primary Mountain West Player of the Week praises of her profession following a prevailing end of the week at the Red Desert Classic. Consolidated for seven taken bases more than five games – remembering three for the initial game against Montana. Likewise went 4-for-5 with two RBI and two runs (March 2) . . . Multiplied against Southern Utah (March 3) and in the second game against Montana (March 4) . . . Finished the end of the week 11-for-17 at the plate with seven runs, two pairs and four RBI (March 2-4) . . . Took two bases while going 4-for-4 at the plate against Utah Valley, scoring twice (March 14) . . . Batted in the triumphant race to take the third game against San Jose State, finishing the game 2-for-4 with a run and a twofold (March 24) . . . Consolidated to go 4-for-8 with three runs and two taken bases in a doubleheader against Portland State (March 27) . . . Batted in a disagreement the initial game against Idaho State, finishing the game 3-for-5 from the plate (April 3) . . . Significantly increased against UNLV in the last round of the arrangement, batting in a run and scoring twice (April 15) . . . Indicated a solid presence at the plate in the second game against Nevada, going 2-for-5 with two runs (April 21) . . . Consolidated to got 3-for-7 at the plate in the arrangement against Fresno State, scoring once (April 27-29) . . . Had a strong end of the week against Colorado State, scoring four runs in a Boise State clear of the Ram (May 4-6) . . . Batted in two runs in a 2-for-3 exertion in the initial game against New Mexico (May 10) . . . Begun the two rounds of the NCAA Regional, scoring a run against Minnesota (May 18-19).

SOPHOMORE (2017): One of only five Broncos to show up in every one of the 53 games, making 52 starts…finished second in the group in batting (.379) and hits (61) while driving the group in taken bases (21)…drove in a run and took a base against UAB, at that point went 2-for-3 against Sacramento State (Feb. 10)…went 1-for-3 with a RBI against Southern Utah (Feb. 20)…batted .667 (12-for-18) with seven runs scored over Boise State’s 6-0 end of the week in Charleston (Feb. 23-25), including three-hit games against Charleston Southern (Feb. 23) and Presbyterian (Feb. 24)…doubled and drove in a couple of runs in a 2-for-3 execution against Bryant (March 11)…drove in two runs, took two bases and scored threefold against Quinnipiac (March 12)…went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and two taken bases (March 12)…doubled twice, scored twice and drove in an altercation a 2-for-3 trip against Colorado State (March 17)…had two RBIs in arrangement finale against Colorado State (March 18)…went 1-for-3 with three RBIs in opener at UNLV (April 7), trailed by a 2-for-3 execution with a RBI and a run scored in the finale (April 9)…went 2-for-4 with a RBI in opener against San Jose State (April 13)…led the Broncos with six hits over the arrangement win against Nevada, going 2-for-3 with a run scored in the opener and 3-for-4 with

a RBI and two runs scored in the finale (May 5-7)…went 3-for-3 in arrangement finale at New Mexico (May 13)…scored twice and drove in a spat 3-for-4 execution at Weber State (May 16)…again went 3-for-4 with a run scored against Weber State (May 18).

Green bean (2016): Played in 44 games, making 29 starts…batted .277 with 20 runs scored and six RBI…had a RBI single in opener against Creighton (Feb. 11)…went 2-for-3 with a RBI and taken base against Bradley (Feb. 13)…scored twice against Wichita State (Feb. 21)…went 1-for-3 with a run scored and a stroll against Bradley (March 5)…hit a RBI single in her just at-bat at Seattle University (March 6)…had four hits and scored six runs over the Jeannine McHaney Memorial Classic at Texas Tech (March 18-20)…went 2-for-2 with a run scored in the finale at Nevada (March 26)…had two hits and scored an altercation finale at Colorado State (April 2)…went 1-for-3 with a RBI and two runs scored against UNLV (April 8)…went 2-for-3 with a RBI against New Mexico (April 30).

Secondary SCHOOL CAREER

Named The Press-Enterprise Girls’ Athlete of the Year for 2014-15…as a senior helped Temescal Canyon’s softball crew to its first group title since 2007, batting .541 with 24 taken bases…earned a spot on the All-CIF Southern Section Division IV Team in 2014, having batted .528 with 56 hits, 40 runs scored and 29 taken bases for the Titans…also named to the all-alliance and all-province groups just as Temescal Canyon’s Offensive Player of the Year…was a two-sport champion at Temescal Canyon, as she was an all-class determination and the main scorer for the school’s water polo crew while helping the Titans to a CIF Southern Section quarterfinal appearance in 2014…named to the All-CIF Southern Section Division II Team as a senior.

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