13 Marissa Marzan
13 Marissa Marzan
Height: 5-3
Year: RS Senior
Hometown: Fresno, CA
High School: Bullard HS
Previous College: University of Arizona
Position: RHP/IF
Experience: 1V


2005 (REDSHIRT JUNIOR): Appeared in 49 games, making 44 starts • hit .196 on the season after opening her collegiate career with hits in six consecutive games to open the season and in seven of her first eight to hit .391 in that stretch • earned All-Big West Conference Second Team honors as a pitcher after going 14-5 overall with a 2.34 ERA • posted a 7-1 record with a 2.24 ERA in Big West Conference games, winning her final six starts • struck out a career-high 10 in a three-hit, eight-inning shutout of UC Davis on Apr. 30 • named Big West Pitcher of the Week on Mar. 8 after earning her first career shutout in a win over Bowling Green State, allowing only three hits and striking out five •named Big West Pitcher of the Week after the three-game series with the Aggies after posting two complete-game victories and a save, holding UC Davis to a .137 average and posting a 0.88 ERA over the weekend • finished the season winning her final nine decisions.

2004 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE): Missed all of 2004 after tearing her ACL during fall practice.

2003 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Sat out the 2003 season after transferring from the University of Arizona due to academics.


2002 (FRESHMAN): Redshirted the season.


Four-year letterwinner as a pitcher and third baseman • two time first-team Louisville Slugger/NFCA high school All-American in 2000-01 • led the Knights to two mythical USA Today National Championships in 1999 and 2001 • Cal-Hi Sports "Ms. Softball" State Player of the Year and Central Valley Player of the Year in 2001 • four-time All-CIF Central Section first-team, All-North Yosemite League first-team, and All-Fresno County first-team honoree • three-time all-state selection • twice named the NYL's Player of the Year • two-time league Most Outstanding Pitcher • named team MVP three times • CIF Central Section and California High School Player of the Year (2001) • Posted a 25-1 record with a 0.07 ERA in 2000 to go with 389 strikeouts in 204 innings • tossed 22 shutouts, 12 no-hitters and seven perfect games • hit .388 with 23 RBI that season for former Cal State Fullerton assistant Erika Blanco • set Central section records for most strikeouts in a game (40), most single-season shutouts (22) and most no-hitters (12) • did not allow an earned run as a senior while setting section single-season records for no-hitters (12), shutouts (23), fewest walks (6), strikeouts per inning (2.02) and most consecutive no-hitters (4) • set and tied the national record for most perfect games in a season with seven in 2000 and again in 2001 • set national record with most career pefect games (20) • set CIF section career records for no hitters (33), consecutive perfect games (3), shutouts (72), wins (86), strikeouts (1,085), win-loss percentage (.955), lowest ERA (0.13), and fewest hits allowed per game (0.95).


Born August 3, 1983 • parents are John and Maryann • has a sister, Monica.


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