Victoria Kobold
Victoria  Kobold

RS Junior

Concord, Calif.

High School:
Clayton Valley HS






School-Record 69 Aztecs Earn Spring MW Academic Honors

School-record 69 Aztecs earn MW academic honors


Softball Falls at No. 8/7 UCLA in NCAA Regional

SB: SDSU falls at No. 8/7 UCLA in NCAA Regional Watch


Softball Downs Oregon State, 3-1, on Senior Day

Softball downs Oregon State, 3-1, on Senior Day


Softball's Friday Game vs. Oregon State Rained Out

Softball's Friday game vs. Oregon State rained out


Softball Welcomes OSU in Non-Conference Series

Softball welcomes OSU in non-conference series

Final bio

Victoria Kobold Career Stats Get Acrobat Reader

An excellent fielder with good range ... A good baserunner with a quick first step ... Often comes into the game as a pinch runner or as a defensive replacement in the field ... SDSU was 85-1349 over her career when she played in a game.

* Two-time Mountain West Spring All-Academic Team (2013 & 2015)

Appeared in 46 games over final season with one start ... Batted .375 (3-for-8) with 18 runs, a walk, a hit by pitch and a sacrifice bunt, while posting a perfect fielding percentage in 13 chances ... Has two multi-run games on the season and one game-winning run ... In Mountain West play, appeared in 18 of the 24 games, hitting .333 (2-for-6) with nine runs.

Played in 28 games, going 1-for-3 with nine runs, two walks and a stolen base, owning an impressive .600 on-base percentage ... Was 1-for-2 in stolen bases attempts after going 5-for-7 in 2013 ... Played in eight games in MW play, walking in her only two plate appearances to go along with two runs and a stolen base ... Scored a run in four straight games off the bench from March 17-22 ... Scored her first run vs. No. 23/25 California (2/14) ... Had a pinch-hit single in her first plate appearance of the year vs. Lehigh (3/3) ... Scored a run in back-to-back games at the Shocker Softball Classic at Wichita State (3/6) and vs. North Dakota (3/9), adding an at-bat in the ND game ... Was 0-for-1 with three runs at the San Diego Classic II and vs. Monmouth from March 14-18 ... Scored a run in back-to-back games in the final two contests of the weekend (vs. Harvard (3/17) and vs. Monmouth (3/18)) ... Scored two runs in the MW-opening series at New Mexico from March 21-23 ... The runs came in the first two games of the series, both Aztec wins (3/21 and 3/22) ... Played in all three games off the bench in the Nevada series from April 4-6, stealing a base in the opener (4/4) ... Played in two of the team's three games at Fresno State from April 11-13, drawing a walk in her only plate appearance in the series finale (4/13) ... Did not play vs. Utah State from April 17-19 ... Did not play again at UNLV from April 22-23 ... Did not play in the Colorado State series from April 25-27 ... Played in one game in the series at San Jose State from May 2-4, walking in her only plate appearance in the series opener (5/2) ... Did not play vs. Boise State from May 8-10 ... Played in all three games at the NCAA Tempe Regional from May 16-17 with a run ... Scored the run vs. Dartmouth (3/17) ... SDSU was 23-5 when she played in a game.

Played in 43 games with a team-high 34 starts in center field ... Batted .200 (16-for-80) with 16 runs, two RBIs, eight walks, five sacrifice bunts and five stolen bases ... First collegiate appearances came at the Kajikawa Classic from Feb. 7-9 against Creighton (2/7), Stephen F. Austin (2/8) and Northwestern (2/8) ... Had a putout vs. Creighton and another one against Northwestern ... Was 2-for-5 (.400) with two runs and two stolen bases at the Campbell/Cartier Classic from Feb. 14-17 ... Earned her first career start vs. Cal Poly (2/15) ... Had her first stolen base and run off the bench the following day against Notre Dame (2/16) ... Had her first two hits vs. UC Riverside (2/17), going 2-for-3 with a run and a stolen bases ... Was 2-for-13 (.154) with a run and a stolen base over five starts at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic from Feb. 21-24 ... Singled, stole a base and scored vs. Virginia (2/21) ... Hit .571 (4-for-7) with a run, walk, sacrifice bunt and a stolen base over four starts at the San Diego Classic I from Feb. 28-March 3 ... Was 1-for-1 with a run, stolen base and sac bunt against Long Beach State (3/1) ... Had two singles vs. Utah State (3/2) ... Singled and walked vs. No. 12/10 UCLA (3/3) ... Started four times at the Fresno State Classic from March 8-10, scoring three runs and three walks ... Scored two runs and drew a walk vs. Iowa State (3/8) ... Had two walks and a run vs. No. 23/rv Oregon State (3/10) ... Was 2-for-16 (.125) with an RBI, five runs and four walks over SDSU's seven games from March 12-16 ... Singled and scored a run vs. Iona (3/12) ... Walked and scored the following day vs. Miami (3/13) ... Had two runs, three walks and a stolen base vs. Bryant (3/14) ... Had an RBI single and scored a run vs. Seton Hall (3/16) ... Hit .500 (3-for-6) with a run in the New Mexico series from March 28-30 ... Best game vs. the Lobos was the finale (3/30), where she was 1-for-2 with the only run in a 1-0 Aztec win ... Was 2-for-8 (.250) with a run over SDSU's four games from April 3-7 ... Best game of the four came in the second Nevada game (4/6) where she singled and scored a run ... Was 0-for-5 in San Diego State's two non-conference games at Cal State Fullerton (4/10) and UC Riverside (4/13) ... Was 0-for-8 with two runs and an RBI over SDSU's four games from April 16-21 ... Had an RBI and a run scored at San Diego (4/16) ... Played in two games with a putout over the three-game series vs. Fresno State from April 26-28 ... Did not play over SDSU's series at Colorado State from May 4-5 ... Was 1-for-3 over the UNLV series from May 9-11, earning a start in the finale (5/11) with a single ... Appeared in one game at the NCAA Tempe Regional from May 17-18, playing in the elimination game against rv/No. 21 Georgia (5/18) as a pinch runner for Lorena Bauer ... SDSU was 29-14 when she plays this year.

Utilized her redshirt season after walking on to the Aztecs.

Played her club ball with Bears Softball under coaches Kristen Morley and Jenn Garcia.

Was a four-year letterwinner at Clayton Valley High School in Concord, Calif. ... Was a two-time all-league selection, including a first-team all-league pick as a senior ... Set a school record for the most hits ... Helped the Eagles to a league title ... Also played soccer, earning all-league status on three occasions, including first-team honors as a senior ... A scholar-athlete all four years and her class president as a junior and senior.

Victoria Junell Kobold was born Dec. 17, 1992 in Walnut Creek, Calif. ... Daughter of Florence and Michael Kobold ... Undecided on a major.

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