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Alisha Prystowsky
Position: Assistant Coach
City/State: Montclair, N.J.
High School: Montclair Kimberly Academy
Experience: 1st Year

2011: Team captain ... First-team All-Ivy ... Voted team's Top Offensive Player ... Started all 40 games for Penn, with 35 of those starts coming at catcher and five at designated player ... Recorded a hit in 29 games, including 11 multi-hit games ... Hit safely in 19 of her final 21 college games ... Led the team in batting average (.372), runs (33), hits (42), doubles (9), triples (4), home runs (5), RBI (31), total bases (74), slugging percentage (.655), walks (20), and on-base percentage (.503) ... Was not caught stealing in five attempts ... Went 3-4, scoring three runs and driving in three against Robert Morris (4/7) ... Reached base and scored all four times at bat against Sacred Heart (3/8) ... Went 4-7 with a home run and three runs scored against Dartmouth (4/3) ... Recorded five hits, while scoring four times and driving in six during the Princeton series (4/15 & 17) ... Had a hit in each of the four games against Columbia (4/29 & 30) ... Academic All-Ivy.

2010: Second-team All-Ivy ...Penn's only player to start and play in all 42 games ... Hit .333 and led the Quakers in a number of offensive categories, including slugging percentage (.592), on-base percentage (.481), runs scored (25), doubles (14), total bases (71), and walks (22) ... Went 3-for-3 against Butler (3/8) ... Recorded three hits, two runs batted in, and a double in Penn's 7-1 win over Saint Joseph's (3/17) ... Hit her first of five home runs of the season, going 2-for-2 in a 9-6 victory over La Salle (3/31) ... Went 2-for-2 with a home run, double, two RBI , and two runs scored in the Quakers' 9-6 win over Cornell (4/18).

2009: First-team All-Ivy ... Jewish All-America ... Penn's only player to start all 44 games ... Led the team offensively in multiple categories, including batting average (.372), slugging percentage (.636), on-base percentage(.492), runs scored (35), doubles (15), and home runs (5) ... Against Ivy opponents, held the League's highest on-base percentage (.494) ... Nearly hit for the cycle when she went 4-4 with a home run, double, and three runs scored in the Quakers' win over George Mason (2/28) ...Had 11 multi-hit games ... Led the team in putouts with 188.

2008: First-team All-Ivy ... Started all 46 games for the Quakers, primarily as the catcher ... Set Penn freshman records for hits (44), runs (29) and RBI (28) ... Singled for her first collegiate hit against Delaware (3/4) ... First extra-base hit was a triple against UT-Martin (3/9) as part of a 2-for-3 game ... Doubled as part of a 2-for-4 day against Cleveland State (3/13) in which she drove in four runs ... Went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in the Ivy League opener against Yale (3/29) ... Started a five-game hitting streak with a 2-for-4 day against La Salle (4/2) in which she drove in two ... First collegiate home run was a two-run shot against Harvard (4/7) as part of a 2-for-4 day ... Homered, walked, and scored twice as Penn handed Princeton its first Ivy League loss of the season (4/20) ... Went 3-for-4 with a home run, a double and two RBI against Columbia (4/26) to spark a season-ending four-game hitting streak.

High School: Four-year letterwinner in softball ... part of the Colonial Hills Conference champions and county runners up in 2004 and the conference champion and Parochial B State Champions in 2005 ... captained the 2006 and 2007 teams which also won the Colonial Hills Conference and the Parochial B State Championships ... named Freshman Female Student Athlete of the Year and New Jersey Freshman of the Year in 2004 ... four-time First-Team All-Colonial Hills Conference honoree ... three-time First-Team All-Essex County honoree ... also lettered in volleyball for two seasons.

Personal: Daughter of Ligaya and Berry Prystowsky ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences with a major in molecular biology.


Year avggp-gsabrh2b3bhrrbitbslg%bbhbpsogdpob%sfshsb-attpoaefld%
2008.... .328 46-46 134 29 44 9 2 3 28 66 .493 13 12 11 0 .431 1 6 3-4 245 42 5 .983
2009.... .372 44-44 121 35 45 15 1 5 23 77 .636 19 12 13 0 .494 2 1 0-1 188 37 8 .966
2010.... .333 42-42 120 25 40 14 1 5 26 71 .592 22 12 17 0 .481 0 0 2-3 74 32 9 .922
2011.... .372 40-40 113 33 42 9 4 5 31 74 .655 20 12 11 0 .503 2 0 5-5 136 28 5 .970
TOTAL... .350 172-172 488 122 171 47 8 18 108 288 .590 74 48 52 0 .476 5 7 10-13 643 139 27 .967
 
SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 4, George Mason, Feb 28, 2009
Doubles: 2, Cornell University, Apr 17, 2010 ; vs Sacred Heart, Mar 08, 2011
Triples: 1, 8 times
Home runs: 1, 18 times
Total bases: 8, Cornell University, Apr 17, 2010 ; George Mason, Feb 28, 2009
RBI: 4, Princeton, Apr 17, 2011 ; vs Cleveland State, Mar 13, 2008
Runs scored: 4, vs Sacred Heart, Mar 08, 2011
Walks: 3, at Princeton, Apr 23, 2010 ; vs Wagner College, Mar 09, 2010
Hit by pitch: 2, 6 times
Struck out: 2, 6 times
Sac flies: 1, 5 times
Sac bunts: 1, 7 times
At bats: 5, Lafayette, Mar 02, 2008 ; at Lehigh, Mar 24, 2010
Stolen bases: 2, at Dartmouth College, Apr 06, 2008
Caught stealing: 1, at Villanova, Apr 15, 2008 ; Princeton, Apr 19, 2009 ; Drexel University, Apr 21, 2010
Field chances: 13, at Temple, Apr 09, 2008 ; Rider, Mar 26, 2011
Putouts: 11, at Harvard, Apr 07, 2008 ; Drexel, Apr 23, 2008 ; George Mason, Feb 28, 2009
Assists: 4, Cornell University, Apr 18, 2010 ; Columbia, Apr 30, 2010 ; Rider, Mar 26, 2011
Runners CS: 2, at Temple, Apr 09, 2008

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