24 - Erin Falkenberry
Erin Falkenberry
Year: Senior
Hometown: Pendleton, Ind.
High School: Pendleton Heights
Position: 1B
Bats/Throws: R/R

*Owns Butler's single game (3), single season (13) and career (41) records for home runs.
*Owns Butler's single game (6) and career (140) records for runs batted in.
*Owns Butler's single game (12) and career (323) records for total bases.
*Butler career record for slugging percentage (.527).
*Butler career record for bases on balls (85).
*Finished with a .285 career batting average.

2012:  Played in a school-record 56 games, including 53 as a starter...tied for the team lead in home runs with nine...finished second on the team in runs batted in with 26...had seven multi-hit games...drove in four runs with a triple and a home run in Butler's 8-3 victory over Detroit...had three RBIs with a pair of doubles against UIC...hit a solo home run in Butler's 3-0 victory over Youngstown State in the Horizon League Softball Championship...had a team best (50 chances) .993 fielding percentage and finished third on the squad with 131 putouts.

2011: Named to the 2011 Horizon League First Team...set a single season school record for home runs with 13...boosted her career home run record to 32...started in all 56 games...second on the team with a .298 batting average...had 46 hits and 10 doubles on the year...finished with a .985 fielding percentage...hit three home runs in one game against Detroit...had 9 multi-hit games...had 4 hits in one game against Cleveland State.

2010: 2010 Horizon League Second Team...saw action in 51 games, including 48 as a starter...second on the team with a .342 batting average... 146 at bats.. 24 runs, 50 hits, and 4 doubles on the season... was second on the team in homeruns with 8 and runs batted in(33)... second on the team with a .415 on base percentage...3 stolen bases on 5 attempts... finish the season out with 234 put outs.

2009: Started 53 games in initial season with the Bulldogs...set a school record with 11 home runs...tied school record for run batted in with 38 and total bases with 83...tied for the team lead in slugging percentage (.529)...first collegiate hit was a home run against Bucknell...had 11 multi-hit games...went 3 for 3 with three home runs and 6 runs batted against Yale...went 3 for 4 with two runs, 4 runs batted in and a homerun...recorded a team-high 339 put outs.

High School:All-State first baseman at Pendleton Heights High School...named high school All-American as a senior...all-conference and all-country performer...named Madison County Player of the Year...team captain and offensive MVP...set school records for career home runs (29) and career RBIs (147)...set a state record for single season RBIs (55)...earned four varsity softball letters...High School Coach: Scott Hall.