Audrey Roderfeld

Audrey Roderfeld

Player Profile


Vista, Calif.

High School:
Vista HS





Roderfeld is OSU softball's tower of power

2010 (Junior)
: Audrey Roderfeld appeared in and started all 55 games, splitting time between designated player and catcher ... Named to the All-Pac-10 Second Team ... Batted .310 with 19 runs and a team-high 45 RBI ... Recorded a .652 slugging percentage and .385 on-base percentage with 12 doubles and 14 home runs ... Tied the 10th best single season record for doubles with 12 ... Bested her sophomore home runs number by one with 14 to take the third best record all-time for a single season ... Tied for fifth all-time for most RBI in a single season with 45 ... Went 3-for-4 with two runs and four RBI with a double and home run against No. 16 Ohio State (Feb. 27) ... Posted a perfect 3-for-3 outing against Pacific (Mar. 6) at the CSUF DiMarini Invitational with a run and two RBI ... Went 2-for-3 with two runs and two RBI in victory over UIC (Mar. 21) with a home run and walk ... Earned 12 multi-hit games, 13 multi-RBI games ... Opened up the series against Oregon (Apr. 2) with a 2-for-2 appearance with two doubles and a walk ... Belted her second career grand slam in the second game of the Civil War Series (Apr. 2), finishing 1-for-3 with 4 RBI ... Walked 13 times, including two intentional, and was hit by pitch seven times ... Recorded a .991 fielding percentage with 105 putouts and seven assists.

2009 (Sophomore): Appeared in and started in all 55 games, splitting time between designated player and catcher ... Earned All-Pac-10 Second Team honors ... Hit .313 with 22 runs and a team-high 37 RBI ... Posted a .647 slugging percentage and .416 on-base percentage ... Belted a team-high 13 home runs, adding seven doubles and two triples ... Racked up 47 hits ... Hit her first home run of the season against UC Davis (Feb. 14), adding a triple, at the Louisville Slugger Invitational, going a perfect 3-for-3 ... Tied the school record for most home runs in a game with two at No. 11 Arizona (Mar. 27) for four RBI ... Drove in three runs the next night at No. 6 Arizona State (Mar. 28) on a long ball ... Blasted a home run and double at No. 4 Stanford (Apr. 25) on a 2-for-2 outing after hitting a two-run homer the night before at No. 15 California (Apr. 24) ... Nailed her last home run of the season at No. 2 UCLA on a 1-for-2 performance, scoring two runs and earning a pair of RBI ... Walked 19 times and hit by pitch eight times ... Only player on the team to be intentionally walked ... Hit a sacrifice fly and two sacrifice hits ... Stole one base on two attempts ... Posted a 1.000 fielding percentage with 56 putouts and 10 assists ... Caught five runners stealing and helped turn a pair of double plays.

2008 (Freshman): Appeared in 57 games, starting 54, splitting time at designated player and catcher ... Named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team ... Earned the only Pac-10 Player of the Week honors for the team for the week of Mar. 11-17 ... Hit .243 with 16 runs, 29 RBI and eight home runs ... Belted her first career home run against Virginia (Feb. 16), going 1-for-2 ... Hit a three-run shot for her second home run of the season against No. 18 Georgia (Feb. 22) ... Went 2-for-3 against No. 18 Ohio State (Feb. 23), adding a run and a RBI ... Nailed her first career grand slam in first game of a doubleheader against Northern Illinois (Mar. 15), going 1-for-2; went 3-for-3 in the second game with three RBI on two doubles and a home run ... At Oregon (Apr. 2), went 2-for-3 with four RBI on a double and home run ... Hit another perfect 3-for-3 at No. 22 California (Apr. 12) with three RBI and one run ... Nailed her final home run of the season against No. 8 Stanford (May 4) ... Stole two bases on two attempts ... Walked 16 times and was hit by pitch five times ... Caught three runners stealing and helped turn two double plays ... Posted a fielding percentage of .994 with 150 putouts and 11 assists.

Four-year letter winner and starter for coach Katie Ziegler & Dan Williams ... Three-time All-Avocado League honoree ... All North County ... All CIF San Diego Section ... All State team member ... Player of the Year as a junior ... Holds the school records for career homeruns, RBI and batting average.

Born in Vista, Calif. ... Daughter of Ralph and Ramona Roderfeld ... Has an older sister, Sarona, and an older brother, Patrick ... Majoring in Ethnic Studies ... Cousin, Angela Misa, currently plays basketball at Oregon State and cousin Castro Masainiai currently plays football at Oregon State ... Former prep teammates playing NCAA Division I softball include current Beavers McKenna Lowe and Taylor Schlopy of Georgia ... Biggest athletic thrill was hitting a grand slam against Oregon in 2010 and going on to win the game ... Chose Oregon State because it is family oriented and "gave me a home away from home feeling."

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