Being a Husky..."Huskies travel in packs and we all stick together and work toward the same goal. We work hard in the winter to achieve success on the field."
2011: Was a student assistant coach while finishing school in 2011.
2010 (Senior): Started 43 of 52 games played ... batted .286 collecting 26 hits in 91 at bats with 18 runs, 26 total bases and two RBIs ... slugging percentage was .286 ... stole 12 bases in 15 attempts ... had a .913 fielding percentage ... fifth on team in putouts, fifth in batting avg., third in sac bunts, second in steal attempts, third in stolen bases, fifth in stolen base pct., tied for fourth in fielding double plays ... batted .310 in Pac-10 play and started 19 of 21 games collecting 13 hits in 42 at bats with seven runs, 13 total bases, and one RBI ... stole six bases in seven attempts and had a .946 fielding pct. in Pac-10 games ... had two runs in four different games (vs. UC Santa Barbara (2/19), Seattle University (3/13), Purdue (3/21), Oregon State (4/30) ... had four putouts in three different games (vs. Utah State (2/19), Stanford (5/8), Arizona State (5/13)) ... had 3 assists in game against Seattle (3/13) ... Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 Conference ... Second-Team Academic All-Pac-10.
Appeared in 48 of 63 games, making 22 starts... Collected six hits and scored 12 runs... Seven of her runs came in a pinch-running role, which ranked second on the team... Had two sac bunts... Stole three bases in five attempts... Scored a run as a pinch-runner in UW's 9-3 semifinal win over Georgia in the Women's College World Series to help the team advance to the Championship Series... Came up big in UW's 6-1, 15-inning win over UMass to clinch the Regional Championship, making a game-saving catch in right-field... Robbed a potential game-winning home run for UMass in the eighth inning by reaching over the right-field wall to bring the ball back in... Had just entered the game as a defensive substitution at the start of the inning... Got her first Pac-10 start of the season behind the plate against Arizona (4/26)... Notched a single in a pinch-hitting role against Arizona State (4/24)... Reached base three times against Stanford ace Missy Penna (3/29), drawing a walk, getting hit by pitch and reaching on an error... Had her first multi-hit game of the season against New Mexico (3/22), going 2-for-3 with a run scored... Started in centerfield against Cal-State Fullerton (3/15) and contributed a stolen base and a sac bunt, laying down a perfect suicide squeeze to plate a run... Got the starting nod in three games in the Cathedral City Classic, including a start at third base against No. 2 Florida... Scored the winning run after she was placed on second to start the ninth due to the international tiebreaker rule... Made a huge defensive play in the bottom of the inning, snagging a ground ball down the line and cutting off the tying run at home plate, allowing UW to escape... Also scored a run against Mississippi and Nebraska (2/22) and added her first stolen base of the season against the Cornhuskers...Went 1-for-2 with two runs scored against Utah State (2/13) in the Campbell Cartier Classic... Had a single in her only plate appearance against Long Beach State (2/15)... Appeared in four games over the opening weekend, making three starts... Collected one hit and scored two runs while also adding a sacrifice bunt... Started the second game of the season at catcher and went 1-for-3 with a run scored in UW's 7-3 win over BYU (2/6)... Scored a run as a pinch runner in a 9-0 win over Southern Utah (2/7).
2008 (As A Sophomore)
Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection ... honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic team pick ... hit .290, which was fourth-best on the team, while scoring 21 runs and hitting three doubles ... went 16-for-17 on stolen base attempts ... started all 56 games for the Huskies ... started at five different positions and was the only UW player to start at more than three different positions ... made 18 starts at first base, 14 at catcher, 12 at third base, nine in right field and three at shortstop ... led the Huskies, and ranked second in the conference, with eight stolen bases in Pac-10 games ... her 16 stolen bases ranked her eighth in the Pac-10, and was also second best on the team ... recorded eight multi-hit games, including five in Pac-10 play ... had a season-long six-game hitting streak from Mar. 22 - Apr. 5 ... had a four-game hitting streak on three different occasions ... on Feb. 16, went 3-for-3 with a run scored vs. Oklahoma State, and 1-for-2 with two runs scored, an RBI and a stolen base vs. Southern Utah ... on Mar. 8, went 2-for-2 with two runs scored and an RBI vs. Southern Illinois, and later doubled against Hawaii ... hit 2-for-4 with a double, three runs scored and two stolen bases against Utah State on Mar. 16 ... went 3-for-3 vs. Oregon State (Mar. 30) ... had her first multi-RBI game at California on Apr. 26 when she went 2-for-4 and drove in two runs while also stealing a base ... stole two bases and scored a run the next day against the Golden Bears ... went 2-for-3 and stole two bases at Oregon State (May 8) ... went 1-for-3, with a run scored and a stolen base at Oregon the following day ... doubled in the season finale against Houston on May 18.
2007 (As A Freshman)
Appeared in 36 games, making 12 starts, including four at first base, five in the outfield and three at catcher ... hit .130 (3-for-23) with a double, home run, three RBI and 16 runs scored ... had five walks, two stolen bases and a .972 fielding percentage ... finished with 101 putouts, which was third-best on the team ... doubled in her first collegiate game vs. Cal Poly (Feb. 9) ... scored two runs and stole a base vs. Eastern Tennesse State (Feb. 17) ... went 1-for-2 with two RBI, two runs scored and a stolen base vs. Florida A&M (Feb. 18) ... hit a pinch-hit home run vs. Portland State (April 12) ... scored the game-ending run in the 8-0, six-inning rout vs. Oregon (April 29) ... scored a run as a pinch runner vs. Arizona in the Pac-10 finale (May 12) ... scored a run as a pinch hitter vs. Creighton (May 18) to open the NCAA Tournament.
At Woodinville High School
Earned three letters at Woodinville High School... Led WHS to the state championship as a junior and league championships as a junior and senior... Two-time All-King County... A first team all-state pick as a senior and second team pick as a junior... Team captain as a senior... Also lettered in basketball... Set career record in steals and ranks second all-time in rebounds... First team All-King County as a senior... Named the Seattle Times Eastside Athlete of the Year as a senior... Played summer ball for the Absolute Blast under Eric Bolstad (2005-06) and the Reign under Jim Weir (2001-03)... Named to the 2003 "All-World" Western National Team... Also a Most Outstanding Student nominee at Woodinville High... Played on the Nor Cal Heat ASA women's team in the summer of 2008 and was named All-American after the team won the ASA Nationals.
Daughter of Maureen and David Fleischman ... has a brother, Brian, and sister, Sarah ... Brian graduate from the University of Washington ... Amanda Carey Fleischman was born in Denver, Colo.