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Crislyn Chewning

Player Profile


Willamina, Ore.

High School:
Willmina HS

Last College:
College of Siskiyous




2009: Solidified the center field position for Upstate after the graduation of former Spartan great Shay Slater in 2008... had a solid season for the Spartans offensively... one of three players to hit over .300 for the year... finished the season with a .308 batting average... topped the club with four home runs, three triples and 30 RBIs... ranked second in the A-Sun in triples... also ranked second in the league with a team-best three sacrifice flies... finished the year with eight stolen bases, the second-best figure on the team... tied for the team lead with 13 multi-hit games... led the Spartans with eight multi-RBI outings... tied for the team lead with two outfield assists... picked up outfield assists at Coastal Carolina (March 11) and Charlotte (March 24)... started all 45 games for Upstate... began the season strong with three hits, three runs and two RBIs in the sweep of Montreat (Feb. 8)... earned all-tournament honors in the Campus Suites Spartan Classic (Feb. 20-22) after finishing with three hits, six RBIs and two runs in three games to lead Upstate to the championship... had three hits, three runs and two RBIs in the sweep of Gardner-Webb (Feb. 25)... had a pair of hits at Ole Miss (Feb. 27)... had two hits and two RBIs in the 7-4 win over Furman (March 18)... collected four hits in the doubleheader split at Charlotte (March 24)... was 2-for-4 with two RBIs in the game two, 7-2, win over the 49ers... had five hits with five RBIs and two runs in the sweep at Western Carolina (April 1)... hit for the "doubleheader cycle" in the two games, finishing with a double and triple in the first game and a single and home run in the second... had two hits and two RBIs in the 6-2 win over Belmont to help the Spartans to the sweep (April 11)... was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, two runs and a first-inning home run in the 8-2 win at Appalachian State (April 21)... had a pair of hits in the second game... a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team.

Siskiyous: Spent the first two years of her collegiate career as an outfielder for the College of Siskiyous in Northern California.... Siskiyous was the top ranked junior college program in California and advanced to the semifinals of the winner's bracket in the state finals in May.... led the Eagles to a 49-3 record and the Golden Valley Conference championship... had a tremendous season in 2008... earned North California Player of the Year honors... finished the regular season with a .452 batting average... tallied 14 doubles, six triples and four home runs... had 30 RBIs... ranked fourth in the state with 75 hits and 60 runs... earned NFCA Junior College All-America honors... named all-state, all-conference and the MVP of the Golden Valley Conference... also named Siskiyous' Athlete of the Year in 2008... had a solid season as a freshman in 2007... hit .364 with 39 RBIs, seven doubles and two home runs... named all-conference... ranked fifth in the state with 59 runs scored, fourth with nine triples and third with 30 walks... helped lead Siskiyous to a 48-4 record, the Golden Valley Conference championship and an appearance in the state tournament as the No. 2 ranked junior college team in Northern California.

High School: A standout player on the Willamina High School team for four years... an all-state and all-conference selection as a senior... led the team to the second round of the state playoffs... hit .563 with an .862 slugging percentage and a .563 on-base percentage as a senior... collected 49 hits with nine doubles, four triples and three home runs... drove in 20 runs... stole 35 bases... highly decorated at her school... earned Willamina Athlete of the Year and Female Student of the Year honors her senior year... in addition to softball, she was a four-year letterwinner in basketball and volleyball.

Major: Business Marketing.

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