Softball Bio - Dainelli

Angela Dainelli

Senior (’16)
Hometown – South Bend, Indiana
High School – Riley High School
Majors – Communicative Sciences and Disorders and Spanish

As a junior (2015): Made 10 starts and appeared in 17 games during the year... posted a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage with 23 putouts and nine assists at second base... drove in a pair of runs in game two against Albion... tallied a hit, drew a walk, and scored a run against Hope

As a sophomore (2014): Started in 29 games while making 30 total appearances during the season... had multi-hit performances against Wooster, Dominican, Albion, Calvin, and Adrian – all of which were wins... belted the first two home runs of her career – one against Adrian and one against Manchester – to go along with three doubles... led the team with a perfect 6-for-6 in stolen base attempts... posted a .960 fielding percentage... named NFCA Scholar-Athlete... MIAA Academic Honor Roll

As a freshman (2013): Started all 36 games on the season... went 1-for-2 against Delaware Valley... season-high of 5 putouts against Ohio Wesleyan... added four defensive assists against Pitt-Bradford... picked up a .943 fielding percentage

High School: Daughters of American Revolution Award, Career and Technical Education, Student Honors Program, Cum Laude, Captain of Softball Team, MVP Softball, Second-Team All-Conference Softball, Mental Attitude Award Softball

Saint Mary’s Activities: NSSLHA... peer advisor for Puerto Rico study abroad program... studied abroad in both Ireland and Puerto Rico... Student-Athlete Advisory Committee... intramural volleyball and basketball... member of Students Supporting Autism