Katie Mathis
Katie  Mathis

Grass Valley, Calif.

High School:
Bear River HS






Softball Ends Season with Loss to No. 13 Michigan

Softball ends season with loss to No. 13 Michigan Watch


Softball Shuts Out Dartmouth, 8-0, in 6 Innings

Softball shuts out Dartmouth, 8-0, in 6 innings Watch


Softball Edged by #13/13 Michigan, 8-7, in 9 Inn.

Softball edged by #13/13 Michigan, 8-7, in 9 inn. Watch


Danielle O'Toole Named MW Pitcher of the Year

Danielle O'Toole named MW Pitcher of the Year </p


Softball Downs Boise St. 1-0 for Share of MW Title

Softball downs Boise St. 1-0 for share of MW title

Versatile athlete, who can play either middle infield spot and in the outfield ... Makes good contact ... Has improved in the batter's box throughout her career ... Has good speed ... Can lay down the sacrifice bunt ... The team is 27-8 all-time when she records at least one hit.

* Three-time Mountain West Scholar-Athlete (2011-13)
* Three-time Mountain West Spring All-Academic Team (2011-13)

Single-Season Rankings (after the 2013 season): T-10th in times hit by pitch (4)

Played in a career-high 45 games with a career-high 39 starts, including 26 at second base and 13 in right field ... Batted .274 with a home run, eight RBIs, 19 runs and five doubles, while posting a .349 slugging percentage and a .403 on-base percentage ... Ended up with career highs in at-bats (106), runs (19), hits (29), doubles (5), home runs (1), RBIs (8), total bases (37), walks (19), times hit by pitch (4), sacrifice bunts (5), stolen bases (5), putouts (67) and assists (53) ... The four times hit by a pitch are tied for the 10th most in school history ... Was 2-for-8 with a walk and two sacrifice bunts at the Kajikawa Classic from Feb. 7-9 ... Singled and drew a walk vs. Creighton (2/7) ... Laid down two sacrifice bunts vs. Northwestern (2/8) ... Singled and had a sacrifice bunt vs. No. 13/14 Arizona (2/9) ... Batted .250 (3-for-12) with two runs, a double, two walks and a stolen base at the Campbell/Cartier Classic from Feb. 14-17 ... Was 3-for-4 with a run, double and a stolen base vs. Notre Dame (2/16) ... Walked a scored a run vs. UC Riverside (2/17) ... Hit .182 (2-for-11) with an RBI double, run and two walks at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic from Feb. 21-24 ... Was 2-for-3 with an RBI double and a run scored vs. Syracuse (2/22) ... Had a walk in back-to-back games against Ohio State (2/23) and No. 9/11 Oregon (2/24) ... Hit .417 (5-for-12) with three runs, four stolen bases, two walks, a double and a sacrifice bunt at the San Diego Classic I from Feb. 28-March 3 ... Was 2-for-2 with a run, two stolen bases and a walk vs. Brigham Young (2/28) ... Stole a base and scored a run vs. Long Beach State (3/1) ... Had two hits, a run, a walk and a stolen base against Utah State (3/2) ... Doubled and laid down a sac bunt vs. No. 12/10 UCLA (3/3) ... Finished 2-for-11 (.182) with two RBIs, a run and a walk at the Fresno State Classic from March 8-10 ... Had a two-run double, scored a run and was hit by two pitches vs. No. 23/rv Oregon State (3/10) ... Was 5-for-6 (.833) with four RBIs and five runs over the first two games of SDSU's seven games from March 12-16 before being sidelined with mono ... Was 4-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs vs. Iona (3/12) ... Had a single, two RBIs, two runs and a walk against Miami (3/13) ... Was 1-for-5 (.200) with a walk and a sac bunt in the three-game series with New Mexico from March 28-30 ... Singled and had a sac bunt in the second game of the series (3/29) ... Was 1-for-10 (.100) with a run, but owned a .400 on-base percentage on four walks and a hit by pitch over SDSU's four games from April 3-7 ... Was 1-for-1 with a run and three walks vs. San Diego (4/3) ... Was 0-for-3 in San Diego State's two non-conference games at Cal State Fullerton (4/10) and UC Riverside (4/13) ... Was 0-for-3 over SDSU's four games from April 16-21 ... Was 2-for-7 with a hit by pitch in the Fresno State series from April 26-28 ... Had a single and was hit by a pitch in the middle game of the series with the Bulldogs (4/27) ... Was 4-for-7 with a homer, RBI, three runs, double and two walks over SDSU's series at Colorado State from May 4-5 ... Was 2-for-2 with a walk in the opener with the Rams (5/4) ... Had her first collegiate homer, along with an RBI, two runs and walk in the opener of a doubleheader vs. CSU (5/5) ... Had a double and run in the nightcap (5/5) ... Was 0-for-5 with a run and a walk over the UNLV series from May 9-11 ... Batted 2-for-6 (.333) with two runs and two walks at the NCAA Tempe Regional from May 17-18 ... The .333 average was tied for SDSU's third-best mark at the tournament ... Was 1-for-1 with a run and a walk against rv/No. 21 Georgia (5/17) ... Singled and scored a run in the team's elimination game vs. San Jose State (5/18) ... The Aztecs were 14-6 when she got at least one hit.

Started 23 games at second base and appeared in 31 overall ... Three of her 12 hits were doubles ... Had her first extra-base hit and RBI of her career with a two-run double against Portland State (2/10) ... The double ended up being the game-winning RBI ... Had two hits, including a double, vs. Oregon State (2/17) ... Drew two walks and scored a run against Iowa State (2/25) ... Was 1-for-2 with a walk, a hit by pitch and a career-high three runs ... Had two hits, including an RBI double at Pacific (3/23) ... Recorded an RBI double, a stolen base and a sacrifice bunt vs. Saint Mary's (3/24) ... Scored a pair of runs at Arizona (3/28) ... Singled and had a sacrifice fly at New Mexico (4/22) ... Had a single, RBI and walk against CSUF (4/25) ... Walked, singled and scored a run at CSUF (5/2) ... Had two hits and scored two times at UNLV (5/10) ... SDSU was 8-1 when she had at least one hit.

Started five games, three in left field and two at second base ... Saw action in 31 of the team's 44 games before an knee injury in practice on April 21 sidelined her for the season ... Was hitting .400 (8-for-20), the highest average on the team (regardless of total plate appearances), before the April 21 injury ... Was perfect in the field in 16 chances ... Was 2-for-2 with two runs and a walk in her first-ever collegiate game against Utah State (Feb. 12) ... Suffered a wrist injury at the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament during the opening weekend ... Scored the game-winning run against Sacramento State (Feb. 17) and Florida State (Feb. 26) ... Also scored against No. 25/23 Houston on March 3, Mississippi Valley State on March 13 and Harvard on March 17 ... Made her first plate appearance since Feb. 13 (wrist injury) on March 19 against Ohio and singled ... Earned her first two starts in left field on March 27 at the Stanford Invitational ... Was 1-for-2 with a run and a stolen base against Pacific and 1-for-3 with two runs at No. 13/12 Stanford ... Was 1-for-1 with a walk and two runs in the Aztec win in the nightcap at Cal State Northridge on April 5 ... Scored a run and drew a walk in the Aztecs' win at Colorado State on April 10 ... Had a pinch-hit single against Brigham Young on April 15 ... SDSU was 11-0 when she scored a run this season, 5-1 when she got a hit and 5-0 when she started this season

Played her club ball with teammage Hayley Miles at Lady Magig under coach Jim Carda.

Earned four letters for Bear River High School in Grass Valley High Scho ... A switch-hitter who can play both middle infield spots, who was a two-time first-team all-metro selection by the Sacramento Bee and a Cal Hi Sports all-state pick for underclassmen ... Was named the Union's 2009-10 Prep Athlete of the Year ... A three-time all-league selection ... Led her high school team to three Pioneer Valley League titles and four consecutive Division IV section championship banners ... The Lady Bruins went 108-15 (.878) over her career ... Over her career, hit .403 (148-for-367) with 107 runs, 89 RBIs, 17 doubles, 15 triples and five home runs ... On the basepaths, Mathis stole 72 of her 77 attempts, a 93.5 percent success rate.

Katie Mathis was born on June 2, 1992, in Grass Valley, Calif. ... Daughter of Susan and Michael Mathis ... Majoring in anthropology.

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