Dartmouth's "Tough As Nails" Award Winner … All-Ivy Second Team… Co-Captain…Played in 47 games with 45 starts at second base and one in center field and Designated Player…Hit .273 with 36 hits and 18 RBI…Third in runs with 25…Second in walks (15)…Leads team in sacrifice bunts (2)…Third in stolen bases with five…Four doubles… two home runs…Eight multi-hit games…Solo home run against Fairfield (March 1)…Five-game hitting streak (April 12-19)…Four hits and Three RBI against Brown (April 19)…Two-run homer against Penn (May 4)…74 defensive putouts…62 assists…. .353 on-base percentage and .356 slugging percentage.
Saw action in 36 games with 32 starts … Posted a .282 batting average (31-of-110) … Second on the team with seven doubles … Posted 20 runs and nine RBI on the year … Eight multiple-hit games … Had her best game against Iowa State (March 22) going 3-of-4 with three runs scored … Two home runs on the year … Was walked 14 times and had a team-best nine-game hitting streak during the season … One of Dartmouth’s top base runners, going 3-of-4 on stolen base attempts … Posted a .365 on-base percentage and a .418 slugging percentage … Her on-base percentage was fifth among Dartmouth players.
One of two players to start every game in 2012 ... One of the Big Green's top hitters with a .290 average with a team-bet 38 hits and 13 runs ... Tallied six doubles and one triple and one home run ... Had 14 RBI and a team-leading 49 total bases ... Posted a team-best eight game hitting streak to open the season ... Led the team in hits, total bases, plate appearances and at bats ...Went 3-of-3 in Dartmouth's season-opening win against Saint Peters ... Posted nine multiple hit games ... Scored multiple runs on two occasions ... Tallied a .326 on-base percentage and a .374 slugging percentage.
Appeared in 27 games, making 24 starts ... Hit .149 with seven hits and five runs ... Had five RBIs and 11 total bases ... Was walked six times and had one double with one home run ... Played in 12 Ivy League games with an .111 average.
Graduated from Munster High School where she lettered in softball and basketball ... Helped her team to the sectional championships in 2008 and 2010 ... In 2007, team was also the Northwest Crossroads champion as well as the Twin Lakes tournament champion ... Team also won Northwest Crossroads championship in 2008 ... Won the Pride, Hustle and Desire award as a sophomore in both basketball and softball ... Was first team all-conference three years in a row and was honorable mention all-area twice ... As a senior she was named both the basketball and softball team MVP and was Munster High School's Female Athlete of the Year.
Daughter of John and Eileen Curosh ... Has one brother ... Both her uncle and cousin played college athletics ... Member of the National Honor Society and earned high honors as a junior ... Won the President's Award for Excellence in 2009 ... Is interested in studying economics/business while at Dartmouth ... Was an Irish dancer for 10 years.
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