Auburn’s 2023 season ended when the Clemson Tigers beat them 5-1 in the local finals.
The Tigers made it to the NCAA Regionals for the 3rd straight season and their 43 wins were one of the most they have actually handled given that Mickey Dean took control of and they ended up third in the SEC.
Up next in our Year in Review series is sophomore shortstop Nelia Peralta. Peralta followed her freshman season that saw her struck .313 with 10 HR and 42 RBI by reaching profession highs in average, begins, strikes, triples, and strolls drawn.
YEAR IN EVALUATION:
Maia Engelkes Aspyn Godwin Carlee McCondichie Lindsey Garcia Bri Ellis Maddie Penta
Here’s an appearance back at Nelia Peralta’s strong sophomore project.
Batting average: .329
Peralta’s sophomore project ended with a career-high average of .329, which led the group. Peralta signed up with Denver Bryant, Makayla Packer, and Carlee McCondichie as Tiger batters to typical over .300 at the plate.
Games played: 62
Peralta began in all 62 of Auburn’s video games this season, and has actually just missed out on one start in her Auburn profession. Only Peralta and Bri Ellis began in all 62 video games this season for the Tigers.
Another career-high that was gotten in 2023 was the quantity of hits that Peralta produced. Peralta taped 9 more hits in her sophomore season for an overall of 54. Out of those hits, she tallied 7 doubles, 2 triples, and 9 crowning achievement. Her 54 hits were likewise the greatest overall on the group.
Home runs: 9
Peralta was one crowning achievement far from connecting her freshman overall of 10 this season. Her 9 crowning achievement were 3rd greatest in the group, behind Bri Ellis (14), and Lindsey Garcia (10).
Peralta was strong in the run producing department last season, as she represented 23 of the Tigers’ runs over the year. She followed Ellis (47) and Garcia (43) in RBI.
Fielding portion: .909
Peralta was fantastic at shortstop this season by making 71 putouts, and helping in 75 more outs while devoting just 8 mistakes. Her unbelievable season in the field enhanced her profession fielding portion to .909.
Slugging portion: .561
Peralta was 2nd in punching portion amongst those who played in 75% of Auburn’s video games this season, tracking simply Bri Ellis for the group lead. Mixing in her .625 slugging portion from 2022, and she is punching .597 for her profession.
Story initially appeared on Auburn Wire