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#1 Ali Aguilar
Position: Infield
Height: 5'6"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Orangevale, Calif.
High School: Casa Roble
Experience: High School

Career Firsts
Hit:
February 7 vs. Baylor in Las Vegas, single
Home run:
February 8 vs. UNLV in Las Vegas, a 3-run home run

2014: Aguilar made her collegiate debut on Feb. 7 vs. Baylor as a pinch hitter…Recorded her first career hit – a single – on Feb. 8 vs. UNLV, went 3-for-4, with one run scored, her first career home run, and 3 RBI…Went 2-for-5, with one run scored, and one RBI.

High School: Attended Casa Roble High School in Orangevale, Calif. …graduated with a 3.8 GPA…lettered all four years for the softball team, including three years as captain…4-time all-league (Metro League) selection, including MVP honors her freshman and senior years…2010 Cal-Hi State Softball Freshmen of the Year (Sacramento Bee)… 2013 Cal-Hi All-State First Team (Sacramento Bee)… 2013 All-Metro Softball Player of the Year (Sacramento Bee)…was named to the 2013 USA Softball Junior Women’s National Team, the only player on the current roster to be named to the team while in high school.

Club: Played for the All-American Sports Academy 18 Gold (Tracy, Calif.), coached by Bryan Merrida, from 2010-2013.

Personal: Born in Roseville, Calif. …daughter of Mark and Kristin Aguilar…has one older brother, Tyler, and one younger sister, Sami.

Aguilar on why she chose Washington: “It’s always been a goal and a dream to play in the Pac-12, so that really drew me in. Seeing the team, their chemistry and how they took care of each other, how they were like a family. I knew the school was really good, but looking at the softball program, everything about it drew me in. I know we can compete to win a national championship.”

Aguilar on playing for Coach Tarr: “With Coach Tarr, It’s all about getting better, not just as a player, but as a person. It’s all about always working to be the best person you can be and the best player, all-around.” 

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