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#35 Brittany Rumfelt
Position: Left Hand Pitcher
Bats: L
Throws: L
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
City/State: Lakeport, Calif.
High School: Clear Lake
Club: California Haze
Experience: High School
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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
• Team's most experienced collegiate returnee among pitching staff in 2010, and its only left-hander.
• Ranked fifth in the Pac-10 as a junior in various relief pitching categories (saves, relief appearances, games finished).
• As a sophomore, ranked second on staff in several pitching categories.
• Started freshman season off strong with 4-0 record.
• Notched first win in collegiate debut in 14-4 decision vs. NCAA returnee Cal Poly, 2/9/08.

 

2010 SEASON (Junior)
The eldest pitcher on the staff, her 20 appearances gave her 20+ each of her first three seasons. At season’s end, ranked fifth in the Pac-10 in saves (2), games in relief (14) and games finished (10). Also stood 101st nationally in saves (2-tied). Made all six of her starts in the first six of the season in non-conference action. Just missed notching her first complete game of the season the opening weekend in her 6.1-inning stint vs. Western Michigan in which she notched a career-high nine strikeouts, walked none and gave up only three hits. Also retired eight of her 11 outs via K’s in victorious start vs. North Dakota. Didn't allow an earned run in her first six relief appearances of the non-conference campaign, and in three Pac-10 games and another postseason tilt. Retired all four of her outs in 1.1-inning stint at then-No. 5 UCLA via strikeouts to open May. Afterwards, didn’t allow an earned run in relief stints vs. top-10 foes in final month of season against No. 3 Arizona (1.2 innings) and No. 7 Missouri (1.1 innings, 1 strikeout). Made four appearances and won twice in March’s 10-game spring break home stand (21 strikeouts, 21 innings, 1 walk, 3 combined shutouts, 1 save). The opening weekend did not allow an earned run in nine innings in the Kajikawa Classic (11 strikeouts, 1 walk).The next weekend in the Louisville Slugger Classic in Las Vegas, posted 1.17 ERA in six innings, and struck out three in her two appearances. In the field, finished with a .882 fielding mark (1 putout, 14 assists).

2010 Season Highs
- PITCHING
Innings pitched: 6.1 vs Western Michigan (2/14/10)
Strikeouts: , 9 vs Western Michigan (2/14/10)
- HITTING
Hits: 2, vs Western Michigan (2/14/10 at Tempe)
RBIs: 2, vs Long Beach State (2/19/10 at Las Vegas, )
Doubles: 1, vs Western Michigan (2/14/10 at Tempe)
Home runs: 1, Twice (most recent at #5 UCLA (5/1/10))
Total bases: 4, Twice (most recent at #5 UCLA (5/1/10))

2009 SEASON (Sophomore)
Split time with three other pitchers on deep, young staff that featured a senior frequently sighted on Duck all-time lists and two talented freshman additions. At season's end, ranked second on team in ERA (3.85), strikeouts (74), and third in opposing batting average (.296). Staked pair of wins during season at home vs. Seattle and at Portland State to seal doubleheader sweeps of both opponents. Against Seattle, struck out six and walked only one in five-inning complete game. At the Vikings, struck out three and walked none in 3.2 innings of relief. In opening month of slate, notched career-high seven strikeouts vs. Texas Tech (7.2 innings) and at San Diego State (6 innings), and walked none in the latter tilt. Altogether on mound, made 10 starts, including five in league action, and 13 in relief (including three in league play). Saw most extensive looks at-plate her second collegiate season, with appearances in 13 games. Had season-high three at-bats in four games, and had multiple at-bats in two other contests. Stroked first collegiate hit - a two-out RBI single down the foul line vs. San Diego State (1-for-2). Also connected for hit in pinch-hit appearance on her first pitch at No. 15 California to break up no-hitter with two outs in the seventh inning. Claimed first RBI of season in second game of '09 on a ground-out vs. Wichita State in 5.2-inning start, and also walked and scored a run later in the game. In field, posted a .882 fielding mark (14 assists, 1 putout, 2 errors).

2009 Season Highs
- PITCHING
Innings: 7.2 - vs. Texas Tech (2/7/09)
Strikeouts: 7 - at San Diego State (2/27/09)
- HITTING
Hits: 1 - at San Diego State (2/27/09)
Doubles: 1 - at #15 California (4/26/09)
RBIs: 1 - Twice (most recent at SDSU (2/27/09))
Total bases: 2 - at #15 California (4/26/09)
Walks: 1 - Twice (most recent at SDSU (2/27/09))

 

2008 SEASON (Freshman)
Team’s top pitching addition and its lone left-hander, she won her first four collegiate starts before a pitching finger stress fracture sidelined her for four weeks in first half of season. After her return, she ranked second for UO in Pac-10 duty in appearances (10), innings (39.0), strikeouts (12), and batting average (.288). Her top start in that stretch was a 1-0 complete game loss at No. 8 Stanford in mid-April in which she gave up only three hits. Her four strikeouts in her 3-1 complete game loss at Oregon State was one off her season high. Pitched five or more innings in four of first six appearances, and 10 appearances overall, including complete games in all three of her Pac-10 starts vs. Arizona State, Oregon State and Stanford. In the opening month, won starts over returning NCAA qualifier Long Island (2-1, 3 strikeouts), Michigan State (3-1), Northwestern State (13-2, season high 5 strikeouts) and returning NCAA qualifier Cal Poly (14-4). Had season highs in strikeouts vs. Northwestern State (5) and had complete games vs. Long Island, Portland State and No. 22 California. Picked up first save vs. Idaho State with two-inning stint with two strikeouts and no hits. Appeared at plate in five at-bats (0-for-5) in three games in first two preseason tournaments and also at home in Cascade Clash event, and had walk and an RBI in win vs. Northwestern State. On defense, logged .969 fielding mark (6 putouts, 25 assists, 1 error).

2008 Season Highs
-HITTING
RBIs: 1, vs Northwestern State (Feb 15, 2008 at Las Vegas, Nev)
Walks: 1, vs Northwestern State (Feb 15, 2008 at Las Vegas, Nev)

-PITCHING
Innings pitched: 7.0, Three times (most recent vs California (5/3/08))
Strikeouts: 5, vs Northwestern State (Feb 15, 2008 at Las Vegas, Nev)


HIGH SCHOOL
Was a first-team all-league selection and helped team to NCL-1 league title. Was tabbed the team’s most valuable player multiple times and lettered all four seasons. Also lettered four seasons in basketball at forward and two seasons in soccer as a goalkeeper. Played for the Cal Haze club team and was coached by John Heliotis. High School (Coach): Clear Lake ‘07 (Gary Pickle).

PERSONAL
Sociology major. Her aunt Chrissy Jolin played for Loyola Marymount. Parents are Rob and Kelly Rumfelt. One sister, Nikki. Her dad Rob is currently serving as a police officer in Iraq.

 

CAREER PITCHING STATS
Year  ERA   W  L App GS CG SH-CSH SV IP     H   R ER BB  SO 2B 3B HR  BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA
2008  2.88  6  4  21 10  7  0-2   1  80.1  93  43 33 21  28 13  0  4 364 .284   9  7  0   1  8
2009  3.85  2 10  23 10  2  1-0   0  72.2  96  70 40 21  74  9  0  7 357 .296  10  5  0   1  6
2010  2.65  5  0  21  6  0  0-5   2  42.1  41  23 16 14  48  8  0  6 190 .246   8  4  0   1  4
TOTAL 3.19 13 14  65 26  9  1-7   3 195.1 230 136 89 56 150 30  0 17 911 .281  27 16  0   3 18


CAREER BATTING STATS
Year  Avg  GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO  A  E  FLD%
2008  .000  3  2  5 0 0  0  0  0  1   0 .000  1  0   3  0 .167  0  0  0  0   6 25  1  .969
2009  .087 15  9 23 1 2  1  0  0  2   3 .130  2  1  11  0 .192  0  0  0  0   1 14  2  .882
2010  .313 10  4 16 3 5  1  0  2  4  12 .750  0  0   5  0 .313  0  0  0  0   1 10  0 1.000
TOTAL .159 28 15 44 4 7  2  0  2  7  15 .341  3  1  19  0 .229  0  0  0  0   8 49  3  .950

 

CAREER GAME HIGHS
- PITCHING
Innings: 7.2, vs. Texas Tech (2/7/09)
Strikeouts: 9 vs Western Michigan (2/14/10)

- HITTING
Hits: 2, vs Western Michigan (2/14/10 at Tempe, Ariz.)
Doubles: 1, Twice (most recent vs W.Mich. (2/14/10, Tempe)
RBIs: 2, vs Long Beach State (2/19/10 at Las Vegas)
Total bases: 4, vs Long Beach State (2/19/10 at Las Vegas)
Walks: 1, Three times (most recent at SDSU (2/27/09))

 

FUN FACTS
Nicknames: Bee, Rummy, Rum.
Pets: Dakota, Duke, Tucker, Laddy, Buddy, and on and on......
If I got a Tattoo, it Would be of: Heart with "GOT" written in it. Meaning got heart? Because if you don't have heart with what ever you are doing you might as well not do it if your not going to put the heart and effort into it.
Favorite Saying/Motto: "What doesn't kill you only makes you stronger, and the will to succeed only feeds the hunger."
Favorite Pro Team: Sacramento Kings.
Favorite Elite Softball Player: Cat Osterman.
If I didn't play softball, I would play: Basketball.
If I could go back in time, I'd go to: Ancient Greece.
Greatest Accomplishment: Still to come.
Something Most People Don't Know About Me: Monique (Fuiava) and I get along.
Personal Hero: My Grandpa.
When I was a Little Kid I Wanted to be an: FBI agent.
Favorite College Class: Weight Training...Professor Pick!
Intended Career: Accountant.
If I Could Have Dinner With Anybody: Willy Wonka....so I can get a lifetime supply of chocolate!
I'd Die Without My: My Family.
First Car: 2004 Chevrolet Canyon Truck.
Favorite Place I've Visited: Germany.
Favorite Place I'd Like to Travel to: Australia.
Favorite Place on Campus: Howe Field.
Favorite Place to take Visitors to Eugene: Original House of Pancakes.
Favorite Ice Cream: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough with gummy bear and hot fudge (from Prince Pucklers).
Favorite Drink: COFFEE... R.I.P. Mountain Dew!
Best Dish I Can Make: I don't know, ask Monique.
Favorite Movie: Willy Wonka, Love and Basketball, Notebook, Bad Boys, Ocean 11, Step Brothers.
Favorite TV Comedy: M*A*S*H.
Favorite TV Drama: One Tree Hill.
Favorite Cartoon Character: Scooby Doo... and Rocket Power if that counts!
Favorite Music: Country.
Favorite Karaoke Song: Don't sing karaoke...but in the car, Chicken Fried by The Zac Brown Band.
Favorite Book: Picture Book.
Favorite Board Game: Apples to Apples.
Favorite Video Game: Mario Bros., Sonic The Hedge Hog, NBA Ballers, Rockband!
Pre-game Rituals or Superstitions: I put my dad's Iraq coin in my back right pocket (superstition)...and I put dog tags on under my jersey.
Biggest Fan: My Mom and My Grandparents!

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