#18 - Beth Adamski
Saint John, Ind.
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)
2006: Started all 50 games she appeared in as a junior, 49 at first base ... registered career-highs in runs scored, doubles, runs batted in, walks and batting average ... successful on all four of her stolen base attempts ... recorded 324 putouts, fourth-most in a season in Valpo history ... moved into second on Valpo's all-time putouts chart with 868 ... led all Valpo regulars with a .991 fielding percentage ... tallied five multi-hit games ... drove in season-high three runs April 9 at IUPUI ... scored two runs twice ... named to Mid-Con All-Academic team.
2005: Started 50 games, including 45 at first base ... tied for team lead with two home runs ... led team with a .991 fielding percentage, making only three errors ... Academic All-Conference honoree ... went 2-for-3, including a solo home run, March 25 at Centenary in the first game of a doubleheader ... had two hits, including a double, and scored a run April 15 in Valpo's 3-2 win over eventual regular season champ Southern Utah ... went 4-for-6 with 2 RBI and a walk in a double-header against Loyola April 20 ... hit second home run of the season, a solo shot, in Valpo's season ending win at Illinois-Chicago May 5.
2004: Played in 54 games, making 52 starts ... had three multi-hit games ... smacked five doubles on the season ... posted a solid .955 fielding percentage ... season-high five game hitting streak April 30-May 4 ... registered three hits against Centenary ... drove in two runs four times ... homered at Loyola (Ill.).
Prep: Three-year letterwinner for the Indians ... led Lake Central to the 2002 IHSAA State Championship ... helped club to state runner-up finish in 2003 as a senior ... All-District selection as a senior ... member of National Honor Society.
Personal: Beth is the daughter of Paul and Maureen Adamski ... majors are psychology and pre-physical therapy ... born November 20, 1984.
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