Oregon Hall of Fame Coaching Staff
Hall of Fame Inductee
|Position:||Hall of Fame Inductee|
|Other Position:||2006 Inductee, Softball (1988-91)|
The 1991 first-team All-America first-baseman helped fuel the Ducks’ NCAA Regional berths in 1989 and 1990 as well as the program’s first NCAA Women’s College World Series appearance in ‘89. Completing her collegiate tenure with a career batting average of .339, Julie Cavanaugh departed Oregon owning single-season school records in runs scored (44), stolen bases (24) as well as sharing the mark in hits (74). She also possessed the school’s career standards for at bats (691), runs (115), stolen bases (58) and hits (234), with the latter record remaining 15 years later. As a senior, her totals for batting average, hits, runs and stolen bases also led the Pacific-10 Conference. Earning first-team all-conference and all-region accolades as a catcher in 1989 and as a first baseman the following two years, the former Sprague High School prep enjoyed a seven-for-nine hitting performance in a double-header sweep of Oregon State her senior season.