13  Courtney Kacenga
Courtney Kacenga
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sierra Vista, Ariz.

High School:
Buena HS

Height:
5-4

Position:
OF

Experience:
3L

Bats/Throws:
R/R

2003 SECOND TEAM ALL-MAC SELECTION

2005: Started 35 of 51 games in the outfield for the Herd...Went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run vs. Ball State on March 19...Scored two runs against Ohio on April 17...Went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run against, this time at Kent State on May 8...Had a solo home run against Central Michigan on May 13 in the MAC Tournament.

2004: After missing the first part of the season with a broken foot, started 40 of 45 games...Went 3-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored vs. Cleveland State on March 7...Hit second career home run against St. Francis on March 21...Went 1-for-2 with a run scored vs. Toledo on April 3...Went 2-for-2 vs. Western Michigan on March 27...Compiled 21 hits, 14 runs scored, eight RBI and five stolen bases en route to a .216 batting average...Recording a .957 fielding percentage, splitting time at second base and the outfield.

2003: One of three freshmen to start all 58 games for the Herd...Finished fourth on the team in batting average (.288) and stolen bases (12)...Knocked out 40 hits during freshman campaign...Hit her first college home run against Monmouth...Had three hits against Akron.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year letterwinner for head coach Mike Tamooka at Buena HS...Was a three-time All-Region selection that helped lead Buena HS to a second place finish in the 1999 state playoffs...Selected to play in Arizona's North vs. South All-Star Game...Played summer ball with the Arizona Scramblers...Member of her school's National Honor Society...Was a Dr. Stuart Chase Scholar Athlete Award winner.

PERSONAL: Full name is Courtney Michelle Kacenga...Born on March 11, 1984...Daughter of Ken Kacenga and Glynis Borboa...Has three sisters, Tara Norris (30), Tammy Kacenga (24), Ashley Borboa (13), and two brothers, Kenny Kacenga (20) and Adam Borboa (10)...Father played football at Youngstown State...Majoring in exercise physiology.