SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Back in November, the Santa Clara University softball program announced the signing of six prep recruits who will attend the University this fall and play for the Broncos in 2012.
One of those prized recruits is Elizabeth "Jaymi" Bautista-Geiger, a right-handed pitcher and utility player from Oak Hall High School in Gainesville, Fla. In addition to her high school success, she has also played for the Peruvian National Softball Team. She was recently featured in a Q&A by the Gainesville Sun. Also take a look at her senior season stats; she is hitting .512 and her pitching ERA is a jaw-dropping 0.50.
"Jaymi is an extremely hard working pitcher. Her experience playing on the international circuit, as well a great travel ball club (Gold Coast Hurricanes) will make for a smooth transition into NCAA Div. I softball," praised third-year Santa Clara head coach Lisa Mize of her lone out-of-state signee. "She is also a powerful hitter and will add another big bat to our lineup. Jaymi is a fierce competitor and will be fun to watch on the mound and at the plate."