University of Arizona Bats:
Katiyana Mauga’s name may very well forever grace the record books at the University of Arizona. The right-handed batter broke the career home run record that had been held by Wildcat great Stacie Chambers. Her 92 home runs is also second all-time in NCAA history, behind only Lauren Chamberlain.
Drafted sixth overall in the 2017 NPF Draft by the Texas Charge, Mauga is the only player in NCAA history to hit more than 20 home runs in all four seasons of her career. In her senior campaign, Mauga led the Pac-12 in home runs with 25 and RBI with 61. For her efforts, the San Diego, Calif. native earned NCFA Second-Team All-American accolades. In addition, Mauga was named Pac-12 Co-Player of the year with Dawg teammate Hannah Flippen.
Before being traded to the Dawgs from the Charge in her rookie season, Mauga appeared in 21 games for the Charge and hit her first professional career home run against the Dawgs on June 11.
• Second-Team NFCA All-American (2017)
• First-Team All-Pac-12 (2014,2016,2017)
• Led Pac-12 in home runs (25), RBI (61) (2017)
• Second all-time in NCAA in home runs with 92
• Pac-12 Co-Player of the Year (2017)
• First all-time in home runs for the University of Arizona
• Only player in NCAA history to hit at least 20 home runs all four years of career
• First-team All-Pacific Region honors (2016)
• Second-Team All-Pac-12 (2015)
• Pac-12 Freshman of the Year (2014)
• Finalist for NFCA Freshman of the Year (2014)
• Pac-12 leading in slugging percentage (.924) (2014)