AS A SENIOR (2005): Appeared in 32 games, making 17 starts ... hit .200 with 14 RBIs and nine runs ... opened the season with a grand slam and five RBIs vs. Jacksonville (Feb. 3), marking just her second-ever extra-base hit ... went 4-for-6 in a double header vs. Willamette (Feb. 19) with three runs, three RBIs and a double ... singled in the win over Illinois-Chicago ... went 3-for-4 with a home run against Nevada (Apr. 24) in the first game of a double header ... went two-for three with a double and home run in the nightcap.
AS A JUNIOR (2004): Played 29 games for UW, making 12 starts at first base ...hit .256 on the season with a double and seven RBIs ...drew five walks and scored six runs for the Huskies ...went 2-for-3 vs. Dayton at the Fiesta Bowl Classic with a double and two RBIs ...the double marked the first extra-base hit of her career ...had two hits in back-to-back games vs. Portland State and Stanford on April 24-25 ...notched her first hit of the season vs. UCLA ...alsohad hits against Texas Tech, Arizona and Michigan State ...had 80 putouts and five assists on the year.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2003): Played 14 games, making one start at first base ... notched her first career hit and RBI against Florida International (Feb. 15) ... scored her first collegiate run against Purdue (Mar. 2) ... singled and scored a run versus Hofstra (Mar. 6) ... drew a walk, a sacrifice hit and scored two runs in the win over Ball State (Mar. 7) ... recorded her first start of the season at first base versus Western Washington (April 22) ... singled vs. Iowa (May 18) in the Regional Championship game ... had 33 putouts on the season.
AS A FRESHMAN (2001): Appeared in nine games, while starting in three ... saw action at first base six times ... first collegiate appearance and at-bat was on February 9 versus New Mexico State ... also had one other at-bat in the game with Hofstra ... made first collegiate start against Arizona State on April 8, finishing with seven putouts and one assist ... had a season-best eight putouts versus Portland State in second career start (April 11) ... nine putouts in two games in a doubleheader at Portland State (April 24) ... one putout and one assist on May 5 against Oregon ... shared the Allison Mick Most Inspirational player award with Robyn Waddle.
HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner in softball at Skyline High School, serving as team captain the last three seasons ... a four-time KingCo all-league selection and two-time team MVP ... led Skyline to the Washington state title as a junior, earning league MVP and All-Eastside Player of the Year honors ... tabbed for team's Golden Glove award as a senior ... also lettered in volleyball as a sophomore and junior, helping the Spartans to an eighth-place finish at the 1999 state tournament ... a scholar-athlete all four years at Skyline ... tabbed for Masonic Junior of the Year honors in 1999 and received both the Principal's Award and the U.S. Marines Athlete of the Year award in 2000 ... played summer ball for the Maddness Stars under coach Kathy Johnson, leading the team in batting and finishing 25th at the 2000 American Fastpitch Association (AFA) Nationals in Texas ... finished first at the 1999 AFA nationals with Maddness under coach Jim Grant ... also played four years with the Sammamish Heat.
PERSONAL: A communications major ... daughter of Carol and Gary Bergan ... father Gary attended Washington State on a football scholarship ... has an older sister, Britta, 24 ... Callie Louise Bergan was born November 5, 1981, in Seattle, Wash.