Erin Floros
Erin  Floros


San Diego, Calif.

High School:
Mt. Carmel HS





Softball’s Jenavee Peres Named a NFCA Second-Team All-American

SB: Peres a NFCA 2nd-team All-American


Four Softball Players Named all-NFCA West Region

SB: Four Aztecs named all-NFCA West Region


Miles Named to 2014 Player of the Year Watch List

SB: Miles named to Player of the Year Watch List

One of the top players on the West Coast ... An All-American candidate ... Two-year captain who leads by example ... A hard worker ... Possesses a strong arm ... A gap hitter who can also hit for power ... A scholar-athlete.

2006 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American (Third Team)
2006 Easton-Bell Sports All-American (First Team)
2006 NFCA All-West Region (First Team)
2006 Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year
2007 USA Softball Player of the Year Watch List
Two-Time All-Mountain West Conference Team (2006, 2008)
Academic All-Mountain West Conference (2008)
Two-Time MWC Player of the Week (May 8, 2006 and March 4, 2008)

SDSU Career Rankings: 2nd in fielding percentage (.991), 4th in slugging percentage (.444), 4th in on base percentage (.402), 4th in OPS (.846), 5th in putouts (672), 6th in batting average (.324), T-6th in times hit by pitch (7), T-7th in sacrifice flies (3), 8th in home runs (8), 8th in RBI (71), 9th in doubles (21)

2008 Season: SDSU Single-Season Rankings: 2nd in RBI (39), T-7th in sacrifice flies (3), T-8th in walks (22), T-8th in times hit by pitch (3), 9th in fielding percentage (.991), T-10th in games started (61)
A tri-captain ... Battled back from an ACL tear in her knee that sidelined her 27 games into the 2007 season ... Was one of only three Aztecs (Tamani Wells and Brittany Knudsen) to start every game ... Set career highs in games played (61), games started (61), at-bats (172), RBI (39), walks (22), times hit by a pitch (tied, 3), sacrifice flies (2), sacrifice bunts (10) and assists (53) ... 39 RBI was the second most in program history ... Had a .991 fielding percentage while playing three positions - catcher, first base and third base, which is the ninth-best mark in a season in school history ... Had a team-best eight game-winning RBI ... Was second on the team with nine multi-RBI games, while her 13 multi-hit games was tied with Brittany Knudsen for third on the squad ... Stepped her game up in MWC play, batting .346 with 10 RBI, a .423 slugging percentage and a .477 on-base percentage (5th in MWC) ... Batted .316 (25-for-79) with runners in scoring position with a team-best 19 RBI ... Her 14 2-out RBI was tied for the team lead (Megan McDonald) ... Had back-to-back two-hit games on Feb. 9 ... Recorded a career-high four RBI and added a homer against UC Davis on Feb. 9 ... Was 2-for-3 with two runs and a home run versus Eastern Michigan on March 1 ... Was 2-for-2 with an RBI, run and a walk against Loyola-Chicago on March 5 ... SDSU was 11-0 when she scored at least one run.

2007 Season: Had her season cut short after playing in just 26 games when she tore her ACL following a single against Fordham on March 16 ... Was named to the 2007 USA Softball Player of the Year Watch List ... Had started all 26 games she had played in until the injury ... At the time, only three others - Monica Alnes, Melissa Owens and Tamani Wells - had also not came off the bench ... SDSU was 16-11 (.593) when she went down with the injury. The Aztecs finished 16-13 (.552) while she was out of the lineup ... Despite missing the majority of the season (30 games), she still finished among the Mountain West Conference leaders in runners picked off (T-2nd, 2) and times caught stealing by (4th, 11) ... In fact, Floros threw out 52.3 percent (11-of-21) of attempted base stealers which ranked her top in the conference ... Led the squad in with a .988 fielding percentage (minimum 60 chances), committing only two errors in 165 chances ... Also was third in putouts (148) ... Was one of four Aztecs to record at least two home runs, 10 RBI and one triple ... Had she earned enough at-bats to qualify, she would have been sixth in batting average (.274) and slugging percentage (.384) ... Batted .357 (5-for-14) over her final five games before the injury ... Was a perfect 3-for-3 in SDSU's 8-5 win over Sacramento State in the Stanford Tournament on March 10 ... Posted a season-long six-game hitting streak from Feb. 16-24, where she was 6-for-17 (.353), including a solo home run and a triple ... The triple, which came against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Feb. 17, was the first of her career ... Hit a three-run homer in SDSU's 8-0, five-inning victory over 2006 NCAA Regional participant Long Beach State on Feb. 25 ... The three RBI was a season-high ... Recorded a two-hit game against Texas Tech on March 3 and drove in two runs against San Diego on March 7 ... SDSU was 5-2 when she had at least two RBI.

2006 Season: SDSU Single-Season Rankings: 1st in slugging percentage (.558), 1st in on base percentage (.467), 1st in OPS (1.025), 2nd in batting average (.388), T-3rd in extra-base hits (17), 4th in fielding percentage (.993), T-4th in doubles (13), T-8th in home runs (4), T-8th in times hit by pitch (3), T-9th in total bases (82)
Had arguably the best season statistically in school history despite being a freshman ... Became the first All-American in program history when she was named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA Third Team ... Also earned first-team Easton-Bell Sports All-America accolades ... Named to the NFCA all-West Region first team, a first by an Aztec since 2003 (Bre DeSanta) ... MWC Freshman of the Year ... All-MWC pick ... Set school records in slugging percentage (.558), on-base percentage (.467) and OPS percentage (on-base % + slugging %), and was just one percentage point short of tying the batting average (.388) record ... Also ranked among the top 10 in doubles (tied for fourth, 13), home runs (tied for seventh, four) and in total bases (tied for eighth, 82) ... Led SDSU in batting average, hits (57), doubles, total bases, slugging percentage and on-base percentage ... Was second in games started (48), at bats (147), home runs and fielding percentage (.993) ... Her 18 multiple-hit games was tops on the team and her seven multiple-RBI games tied her with four others for the most on the squad ... Defensively, Floros picked off five runners and committed only two errors in 296 chances ... Threw out 11 of 19 base stealers (57.9 percent) ... Batted .492 (30-for-61) with 10 RBI over the final 19 games ... Had at least two hits in 11 of final 19 contests ... Batted at a .444 clip (44-for-99) over final 32 games (since March 10) ... Had a .491 batting average, .660 slugging percentage and .578 on-base percentage in MWC games ... Reached base safely in 33 of her last 36 starts and in 39 of her final 44 starts ... Named MWC Player of the Week on May 8 after going 8-for-13 (.615) over four games to help the Aztecs clinch the MWC regular season championship ... Hit a remarkable .591 (13-for-22) with 10 runs scored over the Aztecs' final six MWC contests ... Went 3-for-3 with two RBI and a career-high four runs in SDSU's 8-3 title-clinching win over Utah in the first game of a doubleheader on May 7 ... Had her first career home run in her first at bat against Cal Poly on Feb. 9 ... Had a homer and drove in a career-high three runs against Wagner on Feb. 24 ... Had another three RBI after going 3-for-4 in SDSU's 21-5, five-inning win over New Mexico on April 25 ... Had an eight-game hitting streak from March 10-31, where she batted .440 (11-for-25) over the three-week period ... Hit .462 (18-for-39) in road contests, tied with Monica Alnes for tops on the team ... Also led the Aztecs with a .338 average at home and three homers ... Batted a team-high .556 (20-for-36) with 10 runs scored in 12 night games ... Her .364 (4-for-11) batting average, two RBI and four hits at the NCAA tournament at UCLA were also team highs ... Hit over .500 against MWC opponents New Mexico (.583) and Utah (.556) ... Aztecs were 23-6 when she reached base two or more times, 18-4 when she scored a run and a perfect 13-0 when she drove in at least one run.

High School: A four-year letterwinner at Mt. Carmel High School ... Was named first team all-CIF in 2004 and 2005 ... Earned the 2004 Avocado League Player of the  Year award ... Was chosen as an all-Avocado League first team performer in 2004 and 2005 ... Named to the second team in 2002 and 2003 ... Selected to the all-CIF second team in 2003 .. .Hit .440 in 2004 and drove in 23 runs ... Batted .357 with 22 RBI as a sophomore ... Played for the San Diego Renegades club team and coach Tom Peronto from 2000-04, before joining the So Cal Breakers in 2004-05.

Personal: Erin Elizabeth Floros was born Feb. 26, 1987, in San Diego, Calif. ... Daughter of Melinda and Joel Floros ... Majoring in kinesiology with an emphasis in fitness nutrition and health.

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