Second-seeded NC State will face top-seeded Florida State on Saturday at 6 p.m. for the ACC Softball Championship. The game will be broadcast on ESPN2.
NC State's softball team won its 10th straight game and its 17th in its last 19 outings with a 7-0 win over Virginia in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship in Tallahassee, Fla. Davis now has 26 homers on the season and Weiman has 29 wins. The Pack faces Virginia Tech on Friday at 1 p.m. in the semifinals.
As a sophomore (2005): Led the team in batting average at a .320 clip ... Posted a Wolfpack record 10-game hit streak late in the season, hitting .545 (18-of-33) with 14 RBIs, three home runs and two doubles during the stretch ... Had two games of five RBIs on back-to-back Sundays at Virginia Tech and at UMass ... The five RBIs tied a school record ... Sixth in the ACC in home runs per game ... Ranked seventh in the conference and second on the team in slugging (.507) and on-base percentage (.417) ... Her .316 career batting average ranks first all time at NC State while her 101 hits is third ... Her eight RBIs in conference play ranked second on the team and seventh in the ACC ... Third on the team with 13 hits in the 14 ACC contests ... Only the second player in Wolfpack history to have two home runs in a single game (joining her sister Shaina in the elite club) when she hit two out against Virginia Tech on April 17 ... Earned her second straight ACC Honor Roll selection.
As a Freshman (2004): Started all 58 games that she played, missing only one contest ... Second in batting average (.312) and in slugging percentage (.453) for the Wolfpack ... Had a 10-game hitting streak, tied for longest on the team ... Recorded 13 multiple-hit games, second on the team ... Led the team with a .991 fielding percentage ... Tallied 53 hits, incuding six doubles and six home runs, the second most home runs on the team ... Second on the team with 25 RBIs ... Led the team with a .372 on base percentage ... Picked off five runners and caught 13 runners stealing ... Selected to the ACC Honor Roll.
High School: Lettered all four years in softball, captain the last two years ... Named co-MVP (shared with her sister) of the 4-A state tournament after helping the team to its second straight state title ... Went 12-for-21 with nine RBIs during the tournament, which included a 5-for-6 stand at the plate and seven RBIs in the last two games ... Recorded an out-of-the-park home run, just the second in school history ... Her team outscored opponents 25-0 in the tournament, a new record ... Four All-MECA 8 Conference nods ... Two-time first-team and two-time second-team All-Mecklenburg County and Player of the Year (shared with sister) in 2003 ... 2003 all-state ... Led the team in batting average as a senior with .600 with 62 hits, 48 RBI and 28 runs in 111 at bats ... Charlotte Observer Player of the Year in 2003 ... Named honorable-mention for North Carolin's 4-A Miss Softball award ... Sports Illustrated Faces in the Crowd in 2003 ... FOX 18 and Huntersville Herald Athlete of the Week ... National Honor Society ... Four-time honor-roll member.
Personal: Born July 26, 1985 ... Parents are Johnny Ervin and Cathy and Johnny Prince ... Has three brothers Chris Prince, Darren and Daniel Ervin and three sisters, Crystal, Madison and twin sister Shaina, who is on the team as a pitcher ... Majoring in communication.