Every Nevada sport represented on graduation list.
Wolf Pack off to 8-2 start
Weis belts two home runs
Hopkins goes 5-for-5 on Sunday as Nevada finishes weekend 4-1.
Pack falls to Idaho State
Hopkins is leading the Mountain West in several offensive categories and plays a mean second base.
2011 Softball Fall Ball
REDSHIRT SENIOR (2015)- Left as one of the best players in the history of the Wolf Pack softball program … Earned an extra season of eligibility after only playing in 11 games in 2014 due to injury … Broke multiple program records including … Re-wrote the record books when she became the program’s all-time leader in hits (281), doubles (61), runs (154) and at-bats (769) … Her .365 career batting average is the second-highest in school history … Ranks in the top-10 with a career .485 slugging percentage and a .431 on-base percentage … Also sits in the top-10 in fielding percentage (.965) and putouts (438) … Started 2015 on a six-game hitting streak … Twice matched her career-high with four hits against Seattle (2/13) and Southern Illinois (2/28) … Tied her career-best with two doubles against Utah State (3/28) … Went 3-for-4 with five RBI, a career-high, in a victory over UNLV (4/18) … Registered four games with three RBI or more … Posted 18 multi-hit games … Started in all 53 games at second base for the Pack.
SENIOR (2014) - Appeared and started in 10 games before her season was cut short due to injury ... will redshirt and return for the 2015 season ... collected 18 hits in 38 at-bats for a .474 batting average in those 11 games ... scored 14 runs, hit five doubles, one triple, one home run, and drove in six runs ... was 4-for-4 on the base paths ... legged out a triple versus Utah Valley (2/9) and sent out a long ball in the next game against UTEP (2/14) ... seven of her 10 games were multi-hit games ... recorded at least one hit in nine of the 10 contests
JUNIOR (2013) - Led all Nevada players with a .392 batting average (.412 in MW play) and was an All-Mountain West selection ... Started every game for the third consecutive season ... Scored a team high 45 runs, which set the single-season mark for any Nevada player in the history of the program ... Also drove in 34 runs for the second-best number on the team ... Doubled 16 times and homered twice for a slugging percentage of .511 ... Added 18 walks for an OBP of .455 ... Climbed in the Nevada top-10 in hits and runs scored and jumped into it in RBI ... Fielded at a clip of .972 with only six errors in 213 chance at second and short
SOPHOMORE (2012) - Was one of four players to start all 57 of Nevada's contests ... The only Nevada player to take the field at short stop in 2012 ... Led the Pack in a number of offensive categories, including batting average (.337), at bats (190), hits (64) and runs (34) ... Had 133 assists at short to only six errors and posted a .975 fielding percentage for the second best number on the squad and best all-time number at Nevada for a starting shortstop ... Added 98 put outs
FRESHMAN (2011) - Had a stellar freshman campaign, which culminated in a second-team all-region selection by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association ... Was one of only two Nevada players to start each of the team's 47 games ... Hit .353 for the second-best average on the team, while leading the Pack in a host of other offensive categories including runs scored (30), hits (60), multi-hit games (20) and doubles (16) ... Hit her first career home run and had her first career multi-homer game on the same day, against Cal State Northridge Feb. 18 ... Put together a six-game hitting streak during WAC play, from April 23-May 7
HIGH SCHOOL - A graduate of Spanish Springs High School in Sparks, Nev. ... Was a three-year letterwinner for coach Jeff Davidson ... 2009 High Desert League first-team all-infield and most improved player ... 2010 first-team all-league, first-team all-region and most valuable offensive player ... Two-time all-state academic team member ... Career .513 average with 100 runs, 138 hits, 94 RBIs ... Hit .613 as a senior with 53 runs scored and 68 hits
PERSONAL - Daughter of Scott and Sue Hopkins ... Has three siblings ... Older sister Danielle, younger brother Logan and younger sister Brooklyn ... Lists most exciting sports moment as winning the Nevada state championship at Hixson Park her senior year ... Enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, spending times with family and volunteering with the Sierra Association of Foster Families