42 - Mallory Winters
Mallory Winters
Year: Senior
Hometown: Arvada, Colo.
High School: Pomona
Position: C
Bats/Throws: R/R

*Played in 162 career games, including 155 as a starter.
*Had a .216 career batting average with 12 doubles, nine home runs and 54 runs batted in.

2012:  Played in 47 games, including 43 as a starter...batted .259 with three doubles, two home runs and 17 runs batted in...led the Bulldogs with 311 putouts...had just three errors in 341 total chances...had eight multi-hit games...had three hits and drove in three runs in a 7-5 Butler win at Cleveland State...was two for two and drove in three runs in a 9-0 victory at UIC...had three hits in Butler's 10-inning win at Green Bay.

2011: Started in 44 games...led the team in put outs with 347...finished the season with a .974 fielding percentage...had 15 hits and batted in 6 runs...smacked a double in a multi-hit game against Valparaiso.

2010:  Played in 37 games, including 34 as a starter...led the team in putouts with 277 and compiled a .993 fielding percentage...tied for fourth on the team in home runs with 4 and posted a .404 slugging percentage...had 4 sacrifice bunts...batted .213 with six doubles.

2009: Named to the 2009 Horizon League All-Newcomer Team...started 42 games in initial season with the Bulldogs...had a batting average of .257 over 105 at bats...finished the year with 27 hits, ten runs, and three homeruns...posted an on base percentage of .395 and a slugging percentage of .371...recorded first career hit and scored first run against Eastern Kentucky...was second on the team in put outs with 140...had six multi-hit games.

High School: HM All-State catcher at Pomona High School...first team all-league and all-region player...named high school team's MVP...batted .431 with seven doubles, three home runs and 24 runs batted in...named Academic All-State

Personal: Born on April 13, 1990...daughter of Tony and Catherine Winters...sister of Kyle Winters, a pitcher in the Florida Marlins baseball organization...Digital Media Production major.