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Alaynie Page Bio
2014 Dugout Club Interview
Page’s 2013 Game-by-Game Statistics
Page’s 2014 Game-by-Game Statistics
Page’s 2015 Game-by-Game Statistics
Page’s 2016 Game-by-Game Statistics
- 2015 NFCA First-Team All-America (At-Large/OF)
- 2015 First-Team All-SEC (OF)
- 2015 First-Team NFCA All-Southeast Region (OF)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Tied the program’s all-time home run record with 33 round-trippers … Also finished second in walks (106), third in runs per game (0.76), home runs per game (0.14) and hit-by-pitches (23), fourth in slugging percentage (.552), RBI (134) and walks per game (0.46), fifth in on-base percentage (.426), runs (176), triples (12), total bases (379), RBI per game (0.58), stolen bases (52) and stolen bases per game (0.22) … Also holds top-15 marks in batting average (11th, .321), hits (9th, 220), hits per game (11th, 0.95), doubles (T-12th, 36), triples per game (7th, 0.05), sacrifice flies (T-13th, 5) and stolen base percentage (6th, .897) … She led the team in walks three times, at bats, runs, triples, home runs, RBI and stolen bases twice as well as batting average, on-base percentage, total bases, slugging percentage, hits and toughest to strikeout once … Defensively, tallied the most putouts (349) and fifth-most assists for a Gamecock outfielder in the Southeastern Conference era (since 1997) … Also ranked second in putouts per game (1.54). 2016 (SENIOR): Started all 61 games in the outfield for the Gamecocks … Led the Gamecocks with 44 runs, nine home runs, three triples, 28 walks and 17 stolen bases … Those 17 stolen bases tied for 14th in the SEC … Hit .514 with runners on base and two outs (19-of-37) … Posted 89 putouts, fifth on the Gamecock outfielders’ single-season listing in the SEC era (since 1997) … Started the year on the USA Softball National Player of the Year watch list as well as becoming one of 30 candidates for the Senior CLASS Award … Her first hit of the season was a home run that was the difference against Illinois State (2/14) … That started a 13-game hitting streak … Reached base at a .550 clip during the first five home games, stealing four bases, posting six RBI and hitting a home run … Had two RBI in four-consecutive games (2/14-20) … Went 4-for-5 with a double, a triple, three runs and four RBI in the first Southern Utah win (2/26) … Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and a stolen base against Georgia Tech (2/28) … Walked twice in the game that ended her hitting streak … Followed that with a double and a homer in the Michigan State win (3/5) before knocking another homer as part of a 2-for-4, three-RBI day to lead the Gamecocks to the Gamecock Invitational title over Kennesaw State (3/6) … Had two hits in both halves of the doubleheader against Buffalo (3/16) … Blasted two solo home runs in a 3-for-3 day against No. 12/12 Georgia in Sunday’s win (3/20) … Walked twice, drove in the first run and scored the game-winning run while going 2-for-2 against Charleston Southern (3/23) … Went 2-for-3 with a triple, two runs and five RBI in the Charlotte victory (3//30) … Posted four RBI and homered in the UNCW triumph (4/5) … Sparked the seventh-inning rally on Saturday at Arkansas (4/9), drawing a walk and stealing second to lead the comeback efforts … Blasted a leadoff homer and doubled in the Sunday win over Mississippi (4/17) … Stole two bases as part of a 2-for-3, double and RBI day against Furman (4/26) … Collected seven hits in the series against No. 4/4 Alabama (4/29-5/1), including hitting a leadoff homer and scoring the game-winning run in Saturday’s victory … Had two hits on Sunday at No. 16/14 Missouri (5/8) before going 2-for-5 with a run and an RBI in the SEC Tournament win over the Tigers (5/11). 2015 (JUNIOR): Started all 60 games in left field and as the leadoff hitter for the Gamecocks … Earned first-team All-America honors from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (At-Large/Outfield) … Also first-team All-Southeastern Conference and first-team NFCA All-Southeast Region … Set five South Carolina single-season records: home runs (15), home runs per game (0.25), total bases (157), slugging percentage (.805) and on-base percentage (.538) … Had five more marks that stood third (batting average, .436; runs, 61; runs per game, 1.02; walks, 35; and putouts, 99) … She ranks fourth in both hits per game (1.42) and walks per game (0.58) on SC’s list … She also stood fifth in RBI (45) and hit by pitches (8) … Her 85 hits is sixth in Gamecock history, while her 0.75 RBI per game stands seventh … Her seven triples tied for 11th while her 0.12 triples per game rank 13th … Page also led the Gamecocks in doubles (13) and stolen bases (13) … Finished the year third in the SEC in batting average, on-base and slugging percentages and in the top 15 in six other categories … Reached base in 57 of the 60 games of the year … Hit .500 with seven runs and eight RBI in the Pirate Classic … Six of those RBI came in a 3-for-5 day against Delaware State (2/7), four on her grand slam … Had consecutive three-hit games on Feb. 13 against Appalachian State and Presbyterian, driving in eight runs combined … Posted one homer against the Mountaineers and two against the Blue Hose … Started the comeback in the win over College of Charleston (2/14) with an inside-the-park home run … Homered in three-straight games from March 1-5 … Hit a game-winning triple in the seventh against Western Kentucky (3/11) … Scored three times and hit two home runs in the 8-0 (6) win vs. No. 9/15 Tennessee (3/13) … Scored twice in the game-two win against the Lady Vols (3/14) … Posted her first career four-hit day in the first game of the Sunday doubleheader at No. 23/23 Texas A&M (3/22) … One of those hits was her 12th homer of the year, tying the school’s single-season record … Went 4-for-4 with a double, a triple and two RBI in the game-one win vs. North Florida (3/26) … Scored three times in the win at UNC Wilmington (3/31) … Had six hits in the Arkansas series, scoring four runs (4/10-12) … Broke the home-run mark with her game-one blast at No. 14/16 Kentucky (4/17) … Ended game three vs. the Wildcats in dramatic fashion, hitting the go-ahead home run in the 11th before making a running catch and throwing behind a runner at second for a double play to close the series win for the Gamecocks … Tallied a 4-for-4 day in the first game at Mississippi (4/24), doubling and scoring twice … Walked twice in each of the next two games vs. the Rebels … Went 4-for-4 with three runs, a triple and a home run in the first win of the series vs. Mississippi State (5/1) … Scored three times in Saturday’s game against the Bulldogs, walking twice while being hit by a pitch twice … Had hits in each of the final five games, scoring in four of them … Had a double in the first two games of the Tallahassee Regional (5/15-16). 2014 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 52 games, starting 39 in left field … Had one hit in 22 separate games … Pinch ran, stole a base and scored a run at Charlotte (2/19) before doubling in two more, all in the seventh inning … Stole two bases in the second game against Western Carolina (2/25) … In the first game against Mississippi (3/29), walked and scored twice … Scored three times, walking twice and hitting a two-run homer in the second game of the series vs. the Rebels … Scored twice, stole two bases and drove in a run with a hit against Charleston Southern (4/1). 2013 (FRESHMAN): The Gamecocks’ starting left fielder and No. 2 hitter for all 59 games … Ranked second on the team in many categories, including 46 runs, seven homers, 36 RBI and 15 stolen bases … Drew a team-high 26 walks, which ranked 13th in Gamecock single-season history … Her 46 runs tied for 15th, while the 0.78 runs per game stood 10th … Her seven homers tied for 11th in a year at South Carolina … Got hit seven times, tying for third on the single-season charts there … The 15 steals tied for 14th all-time … Went 3-for-3 with a double, two RBI and three runs scored in her debut at Stetson (2/8) … Her first homer came the next day in a 2-for-3 outing against Michigan State (2/9) … Tied the then-school record with four runs in the 14-4 win over Stetson (2/9) … Posted four-consecutive two-hit games (2/24-3/2) … Had two doubles in the win over Alabama State before adding a homer later in the day against Kennesaw State (3/2) … Scored four times, stole two bases and drove in three while adding a homer in a 2-for-3 day in the win over Massachusetts (3/8) … Hit a homer against No. 4/6 Alabama (3/16) … Tripled home the game-winning run at Campbell (3/19) … Scored two runs in the victory at No. 13/12 LSU (3/24) … Went 2-for-4 with a homer, three RBI and two runs in the Friday win at Mississippi State (4/26) … Had a two-run blast in the first game at No. 6/7 Texas (5/18). HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered five years in softball at Boiling Springs High School … Led her team to a 4A Upper State runner-up finish three-straight years … A three-time 4A all-state player as selected by the South Carolina Coaches Association for Women’s Sports … Three-time all-region player … Also a member of the High School Sports Report (HSSR) AAAA All-State team … Four-time all-area selection by the Spartanburg Herald-Journal and the paper’s Player of the Year in 2011 … Hit .394 with eight homers, seven triples and 38 runs scored as a senior … Posted a .441 average with five triples, 10 homers, 43 RBI and 37 runs scored during her junior year, earning her a spot on the MaxPreps Junior All-America Team … Stole 27 bases over her final three seasons … Named a Player of the Week by WYFF in 2010 … Also lettered in volleyball for the Bulldogs … Played with the Carolina Elite travel ball team led by Tony Genovese. PERSONAL: Alaynie Sloan Page is the daughter of Richard and Stefanie Page … Her nickname is Boo … Lists fishing as one of her hobbies and likes listening to country music … Her favorite athlete is Josh Hamilton … Wants to work for ESPN one day … Says her dad was her biggest influence in softball … Majoring in sport and entertainment management.