7 - Lauren Lupinetti
Lauren Lupinetti
Height: 5-10
Year: Senior
Hometown: Long Beach, CA
High School: Lakewood HS
Previous College: St. John's University
Position: IF
Experience: 2V

CAL STATE FULLERTON

JUNIOR (2008): One of only two players (Katie Gollhardt) to start all 56 games on the season... All-Big West Conference Honorable Mention selection... appeared in both right field (eight games) and catcher (48 games)... batted .282 on the season (third on the team) while leading the team in both home runs (7) and RBI (33)... Slugged 12 doubles on the year while also scoring 25 runs... Her .497 slugging percentage and 17 walks ranked second on the team... improved on her offense in conference play, batting .299 with a pair of home runs and 12 RBI... ranked among the Big West's top 10 in slugging, RBI, doubles, home runs, and total bases (81)... had her best game offensively with a 4-for-4 day against UC Riverside (4/5)... drove in a season-high three runs to go with a pair of hits against Michigan State (2/22)... scored two runs on five different occassions... finished with eight multiple RBI games on the year to rank second on the team... had a season-best seven game hitting streak from April 5-13, batting .520 (13-for-25) with five runs scored and four RBI.

2007 (SOPHOMORE): Started all 61 games for the Titans in her first season at Cal State Fullerton... All-Big West Conference Second-Team selection as an outfielder... hit .289 on the year to rank third on the team... slugged seven home runs and drove in 29 to go with seven doubles and 21 runs scored... was hit by a pitch a Big West best 15 times on the year while also ranking fourth on the team with 20 walks... her .403 on base percentage was second on the team... the only Titan regular to be perfect defensively in the field... hit .305 in Big West play with two home runs and 10 RBI... tied for second on the team with a seven-game hitting streak from March 27 to April 6, batting .400 (10-for-25) with three runs scored and five RBI... tied for third with 12 multi-hit games on the year and third with eight multi-RBI games... led all Titans with seven game-winning RBI (including a "walk-off" three-run home run in the series finale against Cal Poly on May 6) and twice scored the game-winning run... drove in a season-high four runs in a 2-for-3 effort against Sacramento State (Feb. 18) and added three RBI in a game three times... twice had three hits in a game against DePaul (March 16) and Pacific (Apr. 21)... scored a season-high two runs against Seton Hall (Feb. 17)... was hit by a pitch twice in a game three times and was hit five times in a span of three games at the Palm Springs Classic.

ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY

2006 (FRESHMAN): Started 56 of the team's 57 games... played most of the season at catcher... earned a spot on the NFCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region Second Team... hit .404 with eight home runs and 48 RBI... ranked 37th in the NCAA in average... scored 26 runs and smacked six doubles... slugged .590 with 20 walks... led the Big East Conference in batting, tied for third in RBI... smacked a career-best three hits four times and drove in four runs twice... hit her first career home run against Memphis at the adidas-Golden Panther Invitational and earned all-tournament honors... three-time Big East Player of the Week... also earned all-tournament honors at the Florida State Invitational... holds the school's single-season record for RBI while ranking second in hits and third in average, runs, and slugging percentage.

LAKEWOOD HS

Played four seasons for the Lancers... hit .535 as a senior with seven home runs... earned first-team All-CIF honors and Moore League MVP honors as a senior... three-time selection to the Long Beach Press-Telegram all-star team, including first-team honors as a junior and senior.

PERSONAL

Born December 8, 1986, in Long Beach, Calif... parents are Alan and Renee... has an older sister, Allison, and a younger sister, Jessica... also considered Ohio State and Michigan State... played travel ball for Gordon's Panthers... communications major at Cal State Fullerton.