|25 Renada Davis
2012 ACC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
As a Freshman (2012)
- Named ACC Freshman of the Year after a record-setting offensive season as the Wolfpack's starting shortstop.
- Started all 53 contests that she played.
- Set a single-season school record with a .362 batting average and a school-record .450 on-base percentage.
- Easily led the team with 55 hits on the season.
- Finished second in the ACC batting race to Maryland senior Kathy McLaughlin.
- Was sixth in the ACC in assists, eighth in hits and ninth in on-base percentage.
- Second on the team with five stolen bases.
- Tied for second on the team with Bethaney Wells with eight doubles on the year, one behind senior Landon Warren.
- Was also second on the team with 24 walks on the season.
- Had 14 multi-hit games and a career-high three hits against Boston College and in back-to-back games against Virginia.
- Had two seven-game hitting streaks, which tied with Bethaney Wells for the longest of the season.
- Drove in a career-high six runs in a 2-for-2 outing against N.C. Central, including the first home run of her collegiate career.
- Also had four RBIs in the second game of a double-header against Virginia.
- Lettered four years at Tomball High School for head coach Benita Dunlavy.
- Batted .548 with 23 doubles, eight triples, 10 home runs, all while scoring 60 runs and only fanning six times as a senior in 2011.
- Piled up honors her senior campaign, including being named MaxPreps.com first-team All-American, ESPN RISE first-team softball All-American, Texas Sportswriters Association 5A all-state first-team and Greater Houston Offensive Player of the Year.
- Notched 26 RBIs and 18 stolen bases in her junior season at Tomball.
- Named District 16-5A Newcomer of the Year as a freshman in 2008.
- Three-time District 13-5A first-team honoree.
- Garnered District 13-5A MVP honors as a junior.
- In 2010, was named Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 5A all-state first team.
- Garnered Texas Sports Writers Association all-state honorable mention honors as a junior.
- Completed an unassisted triple play to clinch a state playoff game as a sophomore.
- Competed for the Texas Peppers in travel ball.