Brynnen Guthrie

Brynnen Guthrie

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Winchester, Ore.

High School:
Roseburg

Height:
5-5

Position:
Second Base

Experience:
3V

OREGON STATE: (2002) Saw action in 64 games with 61 starts, mostly at second base…earned honorable mention All-Pacific-10 Conference honors…earned NCAA All-Regional Tournament honors after leading the tourney field with a .455 (5-for-11) batting average and .500 on base percentage…earned prestigious second team All-Pacific Region honors…the most consistent batter on the year…led the team with a .342 batting average…had a team-best 66 hits in 193 at bats…led the squad with four home runs and 25 RBI…ranks in seventh place in the OSU single-season record book with 65 hits…led the squad with a .340 batting average in Pac-10 games…opened the season with a nine-game hitting streak…had eight hits over the first four games (Southern Utah Tournament), including three home runs and eight RBI…reeled off a seven-game hitting streak leading up to the opening of Pac-10 play…became just the fifth player in OSU history to record four hits in a single game with a perfect 4-for-4 effort against No. 3 Stanford (Apr. 6)…was a perfect 3-for-3 in OSU's 1-0 victory against No. 6 Arizona State (Apr. 13)…had an RBI pinch-hit double against top-ranked UCLA (May 4)…was a perfect 2-for-2 from the plate against Wisconsin (May 16) in the NCAA Regional Tournament…finished 2-for-3 batting in OSU’s Regional Tournament victory against Notre Dame (May 17)…tied for first on the team with 17 multiple hit games…tied for second on the squad with five multiple RBI contests…was third on the squad with five stolen bases in nine attempts…contributed to eight double plays…has a .922 fielding percentage with 105 putouts and 73 assists.

(2001) Saw action in 31 games with 26 starts, mostly as the designated player…Missed the first 32 games of the season while recovering from reconstructive shoulder surgery on her throwing arm…After returning to the lineup with a hit against Texas-San Antonio (Mar. 23) in the New Mexico State Tournament, ranked fifth on the squad with a .273 batting average…Tallied 21 hits in 77 at bats…Was 3-for-4 on stolen base attempts…Reeled off a three-game hitting streak on her return to the lineup…Recorded five multiple hit games…Belted a pair of doubles and scored two runs against Chattanooga (May 18) in the NCAA Regional Tournament…Was a perfect 3-for-3 from the plate against Portland State (May 3) with an RBI and run scored…Finished with a 1.000 fielding percentage, tallying 13 putouts and one assist.

(2000) Performed extremely well in her first season at OSU... Earned honorable mention All-Pacific-10 Conference accolades... Played in 48 games while starting 41, mostly at second base... Scored three runs in back-to-back games against Tulsa and Saint Peter’s... Just missed hitting for the cycle against Tulsa with a single, double and the Beavers’ lone triple of the season... Recorded three hits for the second consecutive game in the nightcap with Saint Peter’s... Finished second on the squad with 16 multiple hit games... Had a six-game hitting streak broken in the season finale against Oklahoma at the NCAA Regional Tournament... Was second on the squad with a .352 batting average... Blasted 45 hits and scored 23 runs, while batting mostly in the number 2 spot... Had a .955 fielding percentage.

ROSEBURG HS: 1999 second team all-state selection... Was a four-time All-Southern Oregon Conference first team pick... Two-time team MVP... Also played volleyball and soccer for one season and basketball for two seasons... Served as vice president of Peers Helping Peers and was a member of the Spanish club.

PERSONAL: Born in LaGrande, OR... Daughter of Bobbie and Brody Guthrie... Has an older sister, Brooke... Her dad played baseball at Eastern Oregon and her uncle, Dave Backen, played baseball at Oregon State... Spanish major... Chose OSU because she "really liked the campus and the team on my visit."

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