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Courtney Ceo
Player Profile:
Courtney Ceo 715674
Position: Infielder
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Meadow Vista, Calif.
High School: Bear River HS
Club: All-American Sports Academy
Experience: 3 Letters

AS A SENIOR (2014)
First Team All-American...All-WCWS Tournament Team...NCAA All-Regional Team...First Team All-Pacific Region...First Team All-Pac-12...Top-10 Finalist for USA Softball Player of the Year...Led the NCAA with a school record .493 batting average...Set single-season records for batting average, runs scored (64) and hits (104)...Finished her career as Oregon's career leader in hits (288), runs scored (193) and batting average (.416)...Only player from Oregon named to the all-Women's College World Series team after posting six hits and drawing two walks over four games against Florida State, Florida, Oklahoma and Alabama...Drafted sixth overall by the USSSA Pride in the National Pro Fastpitch draft after the season.

AS A JUNIOR (2013)
First Team All-Pacific Region...First Team All-Pac-12...Academic All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention...NCAA Eugene Regional All-Tournament Team...Played in and started 59 games in her standout junior season...Started 56 games at shortstop plus two at third and one at DP...Hit a whopping (and career-best) .410 with 54 runs, four doubles, four home runs and 27 RBIs...posted a .497 slugging percentage and a .449 on-base percentage...went 23-of-26 on stolen bases...Posted a team-high 12 sacrifices...Hit a team-high .556 in Oregon's six postseason games, going 10-of-18 with four runs scored and two RBIs in the tournament...Second on the team with 22 multi-hit games, behind on Janie Takeda's 31...Drove in a season-high three runs on March 28 against Washington...Smacked a season-high three hits in eight different games, including three in a row against LSU, Boston College and Temple...Went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBIs in that game against Temple on March 2.

Second Team All-Pacific Region...All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention...Was the team's most versatile infielder defensively, and also hit in the top two spots in the order the first 36 games of the season before a season-ending knee injury...At season's end, ranked second on the squad in batting (.378); third in sacrifice bunts (third, 4), on-base percentage (.431), stolen bases (10); fourth in longest reached base streak (14 games), assists (77), double plays (4) and fielding percentage (.968) and fifth in multi-hit games (14-tied), longest hitting streak (7 games), chances (155) and putouts (73)...Among her 11 multi-hit games, four efforts were vs. NCAA advancers Oregon State (2-for-3), Arizona State (2-for-3, double), and at Stanford (2-for-4, 2-for-5, 2 SB)...She also had multi-hit days vs. NCAA returnee New Mexico State, and vs. New Mexico, Purdue, Butler and UConn...After the team lost its back-up catcher in the preseason, she quickly learned the position and the coaching staff was impressed with her quick aptitude and strong arm...In her first collegiate starts behind the plate, the team went 5-3, including a pair of wins over World Series returnee and then-No. 21 Oklahoma State and another against NCAA veteran New Mexico State...Defensively for the season, she logged a .968 fielding mark (73 putouts, 77 assists, 5 errors), and threw out one base runner...At season's end, her teammates voted her the Duck Spirit Award winner for her hard work and dedication.

Second-Team All-Pacific Region...All-Pac-12 Freshman Team...One of the nation’s top freshmen at the plate, ranked eighth in Pac-12 stolen bases (14), and stood top 10 in batting and hits until the last two weeks...Her team-season high four hits in 8-7 win over Arkansas tied for second-most in school history...Also stole team season-high three stolen bases in 7-1 win vs. Oregon State and tied for fourth-most in school history...Hit safely in 36 of the first 47 games of the season, and in that stretch never went more than one game without a hit...Overall on year led team in runs (41), hits (64), sacrifice bunts (5) and multi-hit games (20), and ranked second in batting (.362), stolen bases (14), total bases (81) and longest hitting streak (9 games), and third in on-base percentage (.400)...In the regular season, did not go more than a game without a hit (except for an 0-for-11 Stanford series), and had three five-game hit streaks in February, March and late April...In Pac-12 play batted .300 (21-for-70, 1 HR, 5 BB, 8 SO, 6 SB) – third-best on the squad...Showed her versatility with the glove, splitting time between shortstop and second base the first two weeks of the season, while starting at third base primarily afterwards...Overall, her 57 infield starts was tops on the team, just ahead of Kelsey Chambers (54) and Kaylan Howard (52)... Played all four infield spots, with team’s most starts at third base (42), and others at SS (7), 2B (5) and 1B (1)...Batted leadoff in all 55 starts and led all Ducks with 20 multi-hit games (eight more than the next best total by Monique Fuiava (12))

As a senior, the team MVP hit .457 and stole 31 bases, and helped team to a 26-4 record, 11-1 league mark and NorCal Classic tournament title...As a junior, the all-state pick hit .583, posted.755 slugging and .594 on-base percentages, stole 35 bases, scored 44 runs, and drove in the winning run in the section championship to help the Bruins to a 26-4 overall record...As a sophomore was honored as a 2008 Under Armour All-American after she batted .515, scored 40 runs, stole 19 bases, and helped lead her team to a 30-3 record.

In club action, her All-American Sports Academey club qualified for the 2010 National 18 Gold Tournament.

Parents are Brad and Kim, and has two older sisters, Britney and Natalie, and one younger sister Stephanie, who plays softball at Texas...A general social science major.

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