Traci Feldt

Traci Feldt

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Vancouver, Wash.

High School:
Prairie

Height:
5-6

Position:
Student Assistant

Experience:
3V

Traci Feldt will remain in the OSU dugout for the 2003 season as a student assistant coach.

OSU HIGHLIGHTS:
* Called pitches for three Oregon State no-hitters - the most of any Beaver catcher
* Had 14 two-out RBI as a senior, including the game-winning RBI in two games against Arizona State
* Her 11 sacrifices during 2001 rank fifth in the Oregon State single season record book

What Kirk Walker says about Feldt:
"Tracy was a tremendous part of our battery and team leadership the past four years. We are very excited to be able to keep her onboard for a fifth-year while she is finishing school. She has been working a lot with the catchers and pitchers, but also has been helping with defense. It’s going to be great for Shelly (Prochaska) and our pitching staff to be able to utilize her as a resource. We are going to do a lot of work with our battery as far as planning and mapping out what hitters are doing and I think Tracy has a great mind to help us with that because she was such a valuable mental person behind the plate. We are excited about her contribution and to be able to have her around the entire year."

OREGON STATE: (2001) Played in 65 games while starting 61, mostly at catcher or designated player…Earned Pacific-10 Conference Player of the Week honors for Mar. 19-Mar. 25 after batting .471 (8-for-17), scoring four runs and recording a team-high eight RBI in the New Mexico State Tournament…Earned New Mexico State All-Tournament honors…Had a .237 batting average with 38 hits in 160 at bats…Belted 23 RBI and four doubles…Recorded multiple hits in nine games…Had three RBI in OSU's 13-0 victory against Chattanooga (May 18) in the NCAA Regional Tournament…Went 2-for-4 with four RBI and career-first home run against Texas San Antonio (Mar. 23) in New Mexico State Tournament…Reeled off a six-game hitting streak, third longest on the team…Had four multiple RBI games…Led the team with 12 runners caught stealing…Had a .981 fielding percentage with 233 putouts and 21 assists.

(2000) Saw action in 35 games with 26 starts... Batted .172 with six RBI and five runs scored... Went 2-for-4 with a run scored in OSU’s 8-7 victory against Penn State on February 25... Had a pair of RBI at Saint Mary’s in the Beavers’ 10-0 shutout... Recorded 12 putouts and two assists against Arkansas in the NCAA Regional Tournament... Finished the season with 150 putouts and just two errors for a .988 fielding percentage.

(1999) Batted .381 while seeing limited action as a backup catcher... Played in 15 games with six starts... Was 8-for-21 with two doubles, three RBI and four runs... Had a pinch hit double that drove in two runs against Southern Mississippi at the NCAA Tournament... Had her other RBI against Arizona.

PRAIRIE HS: Named team's MVP as a senior... Team captain in 1998... Played summer ball with the Northwest Outlaws, and the team placed fifth at the 1997 Gold Nationals.

PERSONAL: Born in Torrance, CA... Daughter of Lori and Dale Ogden and Bill Feldt... Has one sister, Shawna, and two brothers, Cory and Kirk... Undecided major... Chose OSU for the "great softball program with a friendly atmosphere."

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